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The linked Politico Belgium article also applies to America's Urban Violence

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Submitted by Mike Conlon (United States), Dec 17, 2015 at 18:37

Mr. Pipes' praise of the link'd article (http://www.politico.eu/article/molenbeek-broke-my-heart-radicalization-suburb-brussels-gentrification/) prompted me to read it, and save it to my personal "Eurostan" file of articles. This comes from that article: "

The debate is paralyzed by a paternalistic discourse in which radical Muslim youths are seen, above all, as victims of social and economic exclusion. They in turn internalize this frame of reference, of course, because it arouses sympathy and frees them from taking responsibility for their actions."

That quote from the linked article describes how the dishonest denial in Belgium helps encourage and enable Islamic youth violence. I believe it also describes how liberal elite denial and excuses for black urban violence encourages and enables that violence just as described in that quote.

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