There are at least one hundred neighborhoods like Molenbeek in France, that country’s Minister for Cities, Patrick Kanner, has announced—another indication of how legal nonwhite immigration is overrunning Europe.
Speaking on French radio, Kanner said that previous riots in the nonwhite dominated regions had already created radical enclaves of Salafism in France.
Asked about the Brussels suburb—now infamous as the headquarters of Islamic terrorists after being ethnically cleansed of whites by legal and illegal nonwhite immigration, Kanner described Molenbeek as a “huge concentration of poverty and unemployment.”
It is, he said, a region run by a “mafia system with an underground economy, where public services have disappeared or almost disappeared, and where elected officials have given up.”
“There are right now, you know, a hundred neighborhoods in France which have the potential similarities with what happened in Molenbeek,” he added.
“The 2005 riots have clearly allowed Salafism to develop [in these suburbs] and an exposure of the youth to [radicals] moving into the neighborhoods,” Kanner continued.
It is not only in France where fears have been raised of Molenbeek-style nonwhite ghettos forming. According to an article in the German Die Welt newspaper, the ruling Christian Democratic Union (CDU) party’s Bundestag parliamentary caucus has also raised the possibility of “Molenbeeks” appearing in that country.
Seeming to forget that it was their own policies which have allowed the nonwhites to flood into Germany, the CDU Bundestag group made the warning about “ghetto formations” in German cities after the terrorist attacks in Brussels.
In such ghettos, interior affairs group spokesman told Die Welt, “radicalization is taking place through personal contacts. The current events in the Brussels district of Molenbeek show this danger very clearly.”
The CDU’s concerns were dismissed by their Socialist Party of Germany (SPD) allies, in the form of Minister of Justice, Heiko Maas, who said that it was “not possible for neighborhoods such as Molenbeek to arise” in Germany.
He was, of course, lying, as there are already several suburbs in many German cities which are nonwhite—and Muslim—ghettos, with the largest being in Berlin where an estimated quarter of a million Turks already live, most of whom have arrived there through legal immigration.
Die Welt went on to point out that Berlin and Hamburg are the two cities in Germany which “have a problem with potential Islamist terrorists.”
According to that paper, the police are currently monitoring 447 Islamists in both those cities. The police described these Islamists as “dangerous fanatics capable of a significant attack.”
A particular danger is posed, the police said, by Muslims who have German nationality, and who have returned from service with ISIS in Syria or in Iraq.