HottJoe saidSo, anyway, now that Fox has been lambasted, is there such a thing as "no go" zones? I find in incredibly bizarre that I can't get a yes or no answer on that.
Once and for all : No. Haha. This is complete nonsense and ridiculous.
About the 751 "French no-go zones", he actually talked about what the government calls ZUS (Zones Urbaines Sensibles or Sensitive Urban Zones) ; those are zones that are priorities for urban and social policies in France, because they are, indeed, the places where the people are the poorest, and where unemployment is the highest. In some of those zones, there is maybe a higher percentage of Muslim people than in the rest of France (no study shows it as it's forbidden to study ethnical or religious groups here), but in many of those zones, there is actually no Muslims (many of those zones are in overseas departements where there has never been any Muslim communities)
It may not be true to say the police cannot go in those zones, but it does seem you are soft-pedaling or minimizing the control the Muslims have there. This is just one of many sources easily found with google:
Believe me. I am not misinformed. I go everyday in those "no go zones". All the people I know living there are NOT muslim. They are very nice and peaceful paris neighborhoods. I cannot even believe that some people wOuld think it's true! It's a bit as if European medias would depict southern california as a war zone because of the many mexican-americans living there. " san diego reminds me of bagdad". It's as big as that!! The misinformed ones are Americans who are taught to be affraid of Muslims.
Lol, Fox News does
depict SoCal as a hotbed of gang violence and lawlessness. Hell, they think the police need to be militarized in Ohio.
The US is largely segregated. It's enormous and has many densely populated cities, but they are all racially and economically divided. The most valuable real estate is in upper class predominantly white Christian neighborhoods, and the poorest real estate is in predominately black Christian neighborhoods, which are veritable no go zones for "white" people, according to the perceptions of the populace. Christianity isn't enough to unite them, because it's just a superstitious religion. Meanwhile, the equally preposterous Mormon religion basically runs it's own state. Muslims immigrating to the US who adhere to strict Islam are incompatible with those who adhere to strict Christianity. These two religious cults were designed with intolerance for non believers, as they command followers to be faithful to their superstitious laws and turn other faiths into their enemies.
I think liberals who believe in freedom and individuality are misguided for supporting religious cults, because religious cults are inherently against freedom and against diversity. They need to be exposed as lies.