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    Muslims upset over French women entering cafe. IN FRANCE!!!

    Seriously, wtf. This is the problem with muslim immigration.
    "This is the suburbs, here we do things like we do in our own countries"
    Maybe the Italians have the right idea. They're seeing too much o0f this in their OWN country and have just decided to say NO MORE. Turn them away.
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    The French authorities should be on it like a voiture bonnet.

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    Disgusting.

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    Almost 10% of the population is Muslim. The Paris district of Chapelle-Pajol is almost totally Muslim, and a 'no-go' zone for non-Muslims. As Muslim birth rates continue to soar, expect this to get far worse.

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    Far from being an Islamophobe, I still find this disturbing and would urge non-Muslim women to push the envelope on this issue.

    Having said that, how many gentlemen's clubs are there in London and Paris? Are they any different in essence, ie men wanting to be able to discuss "man stuff" without worrying about delicate female ears listening?

    And having said that...there are pubs I've been to where I'd advise nice and even not so nice women not to go. I guess it's largely in the way you say it. I think the French cafe owner wasn't too blatant. Nobody went, "Oi, you, woman, get the hell outa here!" and to a large degree the clip was on the women's interpretation and slant. I didn't actually hear the women get banned or kicked out. A little bit of feminism going on here. Just a tad.

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    Both sides stirring up hatred. Happening all over Europe now

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    Why would non-Muslim French women go out of their way to enter a cafe in the center of Paris' 'no-go' zone for non-Muslims, full of North African Muslim males? In search of a headline, perhaps?

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    anti-islam TD poster IN THAILAND upset over cafe. IN FRANCE!!!



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    Quote Originally Posted by Davis Knowlton View Post
    Why would non-Muslim French women go out of their way to enter a cafe in the center of Paris' 'no-go' zone for non-Muslims, full of North African Muslim males? In search of a headline, perhaps?
    Yep. I can't decide if it's from an anti-Muslim slant or from a feminism slant. Perhaps a bit of both.

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    The OP video clip is 18 months old - Published on Dec 20, 2016. I wonder what happened after that.

    Quote Originally Posted by Maanaam View Post
    Yep. I can't decide if it's from an anti-Muslim slant or from a feminism slant. Perhaps a bit of both.
    Perhaps a feminist slant (not that it makes a difference to the issue).

    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/201...snt-paris-men/

    From the Telegraph

    18 DECEMBER 2016

    A quiet Paris bar where men play cards and bet on horses has become the unlikely focus of a national row over alleged no-go zones for women in predominantly Muslim areas.

    A secretly-filmed French TV news report this week showed two women’s rights campaigners, Nadia Remadna and Aziza Sayah, being told not to enter the bar.
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    ^And there it is...................

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    it was for their own security FFS,

    two women entering a bar full of sexually frustrated muslim men == NOT GOOD

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    DJPat identified these two women perfectly as "Professional Offense Takers".

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    That may be so, but the episode has served to highlight a situation which many people like us are only partly aware of, which was their intent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly View Post
    it was for their own security FFS,

    two women entering a bar full of sexually frustrated muslim men == NOT GOOD
    What's NOT GOOD is there's bars full of sexually frustrated men in a WESTERN COUNTRY. The stone aged backward cvnts can't control themselves in their own shithole countries either, but that's both expected and perfectly acceptable.

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    I've always put the right of free association first anyway. I have no problem with men or women only venues, as long as they specify themselves as such.
    It wasn't that long ago that the aussie public or front bar was men only, the lounge bar a mixed meeting place. Many women seemed to prefer it that way.
    Australia & the UK still have men only and women only clubs, diminishing in number. And what of religious or workplace clubs? Oh but private 'clubs', right?
    It can all get a bit ridiculous. Interesting that good old Islam seems to have reignited the debate.
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    ^^ The place in question doesn't seem like that at all- in fact it was a drinking and horse gambling joint, so the owner might face righteous wrath from some hard line islamists! It also has to be noted that the women were treated respectfully, not harassed or physically assaulted.

    But no doubt, still illegal under French (and Australian) law. Maybe we should look at these laws a bit closer, to be more all encompassing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Davis Knowlton View Post
    The Paris district of Chapelle-Pajol is almost totally Muslim, and a 'no-go' zone for non-Muslims.
    What does 'no-go zone' mean to you Davis?
    I'd take it be somewhere that non-muslims cannot enter.


    Right now that's looking like a sign that dotage is a 'free to enter' zone for us all, and you may have just checked in but can never leave.

    Say it aint so, dk.

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    A 'no-go' zone is an area in which certain groups would be well advised not to wander. For example, certain US housing projects are no-go zones for police unless entering in force. Parts of US inner cities are no-go zones for white folk, especially after dark. The French press calls the Chapelle-Pajol area a "No-go" area for non-Muslims. Didn't think it was that hard to comprehend.

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    They need to up those numbers to compete with the Swedish No-Go Zones.


    The woman reporter and film crew are attacked, for those not interested in watching vids.

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    Daniel Pipes (who can hardly be considered a Muslim apologist) visited some Parisian "NoGo zones" in 2013:-

    I had an opportunity today to travel at length to several banlieues (suburbs) around Paris, including Sarcelles, Val d’Oise, and Seine Saint Denis. This comes on the heels of having visited over the years the predominantly immigrant (and Muslim) areas of Brussels, Copenhagen, Malmö, Berlin, and Athens.A couple of observations:


    For a visiting American, these areas are very mild, even dull. We who know the Bronx and Detroit expect urban hell in Europe too, but there things look fine. The immigrant areas are hardly beautiful, but buildings are intact, greenery abounds, and order prevails.


    These are not full-fledged no-go zones but, as the French nomenclature accurately indicates, “sensitive urban zones.” In normal times, they are unthreatening, routine places. But they do unpredictably erupt, with car burnings, attacks on representatives of the state (including police), and riots.


    Having this first-hand experience, I regret having called these areas no-go zones.
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    It's just right wing histrionics. I was amused to find my birth place of Birmingham described as a no go zone on Fox, by some American 'security expert', especially when the Balti triangle is my favorite place there to grab good, cheap grub. Similarly, Brick Lane in London is described that way- utter nonsense. I go there for a balti and a pint whenever I'm in London.

    Muzzies notwithstanding, European cities are still far safer than many American ghetto areas. Oh, and the largest muzzie area in America, Dearborn, is also one of the safer areas in metro Detroit.
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    Round em up and send em back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Latindancer View Post
    Round em up and send em back.
    To Marseilles? Lyon? Other suburbs of Paris? Other French locations where they were born?

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    ^I imagine he was suggested to the former French colonies from whence their parents came in the mid-20th century; bit late for that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverna View Post
    To Marseilles? Lyon? Other suburbs of Paris? Other French locations where they were born?
    Indeed, as some refuse to recognize this reality.

    An Englander born and bred of Nigerian heritage.
    An American born and bred of Chinese heritage.
    An Australian born and bred of Lebanese heritage.

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