The European Union has been in flux for the better part of two years, as nations look to abandon the archaic structuring of the organization in exchange for true sovereignty.
First was Great Britain, who bravely chose freedom from the embattled EU in the historic Brexit vote of 2016. Britons had grown tired of succumbing to the will of the European Union and their globalist ideals, and, pending any major shifts in political reality, will soon be free from the tyrannical organization.
Next on the chopping block could be Poland, Hungary, and Slovakia; all nations that have rightly opposed the EU’s unfathomable migrant intake quotas instituted in the wake of the Syrian refugee crisis. What these nations fear is already occurring in portions of Sweden, France, and Germany, as displaced migrants attempt to convert their resettled areas into “no-go” zones, where modern law is unenforceable, and the clash of cultures has produced waves of despicable crime.
Berlin, Germany is just such a locale, and new evidence suggests that heinous sexual crimes are nearly double in these “no-go” zones than they are outside of them.
“The number of sex attacks in the no-go zone of Alexanderplatz, Berlin, has almost doubled over the past year.
“Berlin police are becoming ever more concerned about the rising level of crime in the area around the Alexanderplatz metro station. Over the past year, almost all crime has gone up in the area including sex attacks which have gone from a total of 20 in 2016 to 36 in the first 10 months of 2017, Die Welt reports.
“The largest rise has been the number of drug-related offences which has gone from only 165 in 2016 to 425 cases so far this year. The Berlin drug scene has seen dramatic growth, as a large number of asylum seekers, working with Arab criminal gangs, take to the streets to peddle drugs.
“Some of the migrant dealers sell traditional drugs like marijuana, but authorities have warned of the growth in distribution of new synthetic drugs called ‘Bonzai’ and ‘Spice’.”
While the EU believes that integrating enormous populations of wayward middle eastern migrants is the humane thing to do, the nonexistent examination of the cultural repercussions has been wildly detrimental to the native Europeans.
Furthermore, beyond the clash of societal norms, the speed at which the EU pushed the intake of these refugees has allowed for radical Islamic terror groups such as ISIS to piggyback off the of the migration. Now, Europe is a terror hotspot thanks to caliphate fighters traipsing about the continent, willy-nilly, disguised as Syrian war refugees.