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"No-go ethnicities", perhaps?

Reader comment on item: Muslim "No-go Zones" in Europe?

Submitted by ET (United States), Dec 3, 2015 at 07:27

My mother (living in a "go-zone") has been robbed 3 times in the last ten years. Last time was a home invasion and I kept on top of the police. Neverthelss, the police quickly closed the investigation, without fingerprinting, which checking the phone records (one of the invaders caled back) but will plenty of holidays taken.

I used to walk around Goteborg at night without fear (in the "go-zones"). Nowadays there is no police to be seen and robbers are waiting for people to leave parties to attack them.

Recently, outside my mother's window two hooded men knifed a girl. Then left and removed their hoods.

I believe most of this crime come from non-ethnic Swedes. Instead of "no-go" zones, perhaps it is "no-go" ethnicities?


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