German No-Go Zones – coming to a neighborhood near you?

By Faye Higbee

A document leaked by Der Speigel reported that parts of Germany are rapidly becoming “no-go zones” for police. In the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia, which is the largest state AND the most heavily populated with Muslims, officials are worried that they can no longer keep order. Will that happen here?

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Berlin protesters – Germany is battling direct opposition to authority- photo via UrbanInfidel

German no-go zones

The German newspaper Der Spiegel reported (translated),

The North Rhine-Westphalian Police fear the emergence of lawless spaces in urban areas. As is clear from a confidential paper the Duisburg Bureau, the state power threatens the control of problem areas of the city to be slipping away. The duty of the police to maintain public order is, “long-term non-secured” in some areas and “acute danger”, says to SPIEGEL information in the analysis…

Experts have warned for some time that problem neighborhoods could become no-go areas. The president of the German Police Union, Rainer Wendt, told Spiegel Online years ago: ‘In Berlin or in the north of Duisburg there are neighborhoods where colleagues hardly dare to stop a car — because they know that they’ll be surrounded by 40 or 50 men.’ These attacks amount to a ‘deliberate challenge to the authority of the state — attacks in which the perpetrators are expressing their contempt for our society.’”

Lawless spaces

Mobs of immigrants have attacked police as they try to make arrests in several areas across Germany, even in Berlin. The vast majority of perpetrators of the violence against police are Muslim immigrants. Immigrants from the Balkans like Romania, Bulgaria, and even Roma Gypsy populations have created ethnic feuding in the areas as well.

“They make their own rules; here the police have nothing more to say…It happens time and time again, we are called to an incident that at first does not seem so bad. But then we need nine, ten, or eleven police cars to restore order.”

Mobs attacking police who respond to calls have increased in many areas, not just North Rhine-Westphalia.  In one case, a police officer was attacked from behind and strangled until he was unconscious by a 15 year old boy.

Even in Berlin, problems in certain neighborhoods are creating serious dangers. According to BIN,

Also in Berlin, dozens of police officers were deployed to break up a brawl between 50 members of two rival immigrant families at a public playground in Neukölln on June 4. The melee began when two young boys got into a fight, which quickly spiraled out of control after adult family members got involved on behalf of each of the boys.

One day earlier, more than 90 police officers were deployed to break up a fight between 70 members of rival immigrant clans at a public playground in Moabit, an inner city neighborhood in Berlin. The fight began when two women got into an argument over a man, and turned violent after more and more family members got involved. Two police officers were injured.

Floundering under a wave of multiculturalism

In an interview with the newspaper Der Westen, German Police Commissioner Bernhard Witthaut stated,

“Every police commissioner and interior minister will deny it. But of course we know where we can go with the police car and where, even initially, only with the personnel carrier. The reason is that our colleagues can no longer feel safe there in twos, and have to fear becoming the victim of a crime themselves. We know that these areas exist. Even worse: in these areas, crimes no longer result in charges. They are left to themselves. Only in the worst cases do we in the police learn anything about it. The power of the state is completely out of the picture.”

Angela Merkel, German Chancellor, has admitted that the multicultural approach Germany took has become a disaster. There are “liberal” oppositions who refuse to see the problem and claim that there are no such things as “no go zones” in Germany or elsewhere in Europe. Even Sean Hannity was forced to retract the statement that he made regarding “no-go zones” in Europe.

But this document was from German Police. It is not a figment of the imagination, it is real. It is too bad that American can’t learn from these disasters abroad.