Danish Prime Minister warns of emergence of Muslim parallel societies, no-go zones
Sunday, September 24, 2017
Jihad Watch : It’s very late to come to this realization, but…better late than never.
“Danish Prime Minister Warns of the Emergence of Muslim Parallel Societies, No-Go Zones,” by Chris Tomlinson, Breitbart, September 22, 2017 (thanks to Blazing Cat Fur): Danish Prime Minister Lars Løkke Rasmussen has warned
that his country may be seeing a rise of Muslim “parallel societies” and
no-go zones and has promised to take steps against them.
The Danish prime minister said that the problem has become so
prevalent in Denmark that he is considering state intervention in some
areas. The move is unusual for Denmark which rarely ever sees the
government interfere in the operation of schools or set specific rules
for housing estates, Jyllands-Postenreports.
The move is doubly unusual for Europe, where the normal approach of
establishment politicians is to deny the existence of no-go zones
altogether. The comments by Løkke Rasmussen seem to suggest a radical
break from his fellow Western European leaders in that regard. “It’s a matter of being realistic about the situation,” Rasmussen said,
“and there are areas where there is already a different set of
rules. Where the gangs are in control and the police can not work. I can
not sit and passively let it happen.”
“We have tried everything possible, but we just could not solve the
problem,” Rasmussen said and called on the Danish parliament to “engage
us in a different and more robust way”. Rasmussen has called on three ministers in his cabinet to brainstorm
ideas on how to better integrate Muslim pupils in schools or solve
complex issues in housing estates to prevent the emergence of parallel
societies. The ministers would then be given special authority to
interfere in local areas once only under municipal authority.
The municipal governments admit that there is a need for some
intervention but some are cautious about the idea. Aalborg mayor Thomas
Kastrup-Larsen has reservations on the proposal saying: “A ministerial
hero who drives in and believes he can do it all will not be
successful. It can hurt local involvement and aggravate the problems.”