The ticking time bomb of radical Islamic extremism has finally exploded onto the conciseness of European capitals all across the continent, spreading mayhem and carnage in places like Germany, Paris, Brussels, Nice and others to numerous to mention.

One might ask knowing the history of Europe and of the Muslim hordes of the middle ages, why would these European capitals allow this radical ideology to fester?

The latest capital to fall victim to this suicidal attempt at inclusiveness is Sweden with its reluctant acknowledgment of “NO-GO” zones.

Dubbed “no-go zones” in some media reports, there are now 55 areas in Swedish cities, where the police have significant problems in tackling crime.

Ingrid Carqvist editor-in-chief of the Swedish newspaper “Dispatch International” has lifted the cloak of secrecy to reveal the growing and shocking number of areas within Sweden where authorities cannot enter for fear of being assaulted.

Moreover a recent government report has identified currently over “55-NO-GO” zones, where police have been verbally attacked, with a number of incidents of vandalism, sexual assaults, and perhaps most troubling report recently of police being physically attacked and pelted with rocks, reminding some observers of the daily pitched battles taking place along Israel’s frontier.

Just recently in the city of Malmo a Muslim gunmen open fired on a group of people injuring at least 4-innocent people, and is still at large.

There’s little doubt that Europe is currently on the same perilous journey as their ancestor’s and will in time face the same consequences, if their reluctance to face the truth continues, ironically history is indeed repeating itself again, however the end results is any-bodies guess.

Recently Ingrid Carqvist sat down for a Q and A discussion about the growing Muslim crises in Europe, and of the Swedish Government’s refusal to acknowledge the obvious, the following is the brief exchange.

RT: All the risks are listed on a leaflet issued by Hungary. The pamphlet claims hundreds of completely lawless 'no-go zones' exist in Europe especially in Sweden. However, the Swedish embassy in Hungary has dismissed Budapest's claims - saying no such areas exist. Do you think these leaflets are an exaggeration?

Ingrid Carlqvist:

No, it’s not. This is just semantics. The Swedish authorities don’t want to call them ‘no-go zones.’ They think that ‘no -go zones’ is place where no one can enter. But that is not what normal people mean. They mean that the ambulances can’t go there without police escort. When the police come there, they will get stoned and people will try to set fire to police cars and so on. They are lawless areas – and that is what people call ‘no-go zones’. No normal person would ever go inside there.

Source: RT



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