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Submitted by SAKOVKT (United States), Dec 4, 2015 at 22:08

These No Go Zones remind me of Denmark.

Denmark is a sovereign nation. It has a border. It relaxed drug and postitution laws to exceed those of its neighbors.

Its neighbors could not change Denmark's laws, so they became more fastitdious about their own borders and their own laws.

Could this become an "option" for the No Go Zones?

It would be the easy way out that Socialists would understand a la the old Anarchy Idea.

The No Go Zones have a border and a border policy similar to Denmark's that allows "commerce", which is criminal to their host nation "neighbor" but allowed within.

However, the No Go Zone expels the "intrusion" of the host or "neighboring" nation's government and police.

The No Go Zone enforces its sovereignty and has an independent economy to sustain it.

In time, contentions with its "neighbors" would result in consolidation by war into a new Europe which wouldn't resemble the old Europe, at all.

Possible?

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