Following the chaos that occurred before the Champions League final in Paris, Spain’s Vox party has warned about the danger of “multicultural hotspots” spreading to other areas of Europe.
As we previously highlighted, the final had to be delayed after people described as “local youths” stormed stadium security, vaulting fences and entering the ground without tickets as well as carrying out countless robberies and assaults on tourists visiting for the game who they saw as easy prey.
Most of the criminals were comprised of local migrant-background men who live in the ethnic suburb of Saint-Denis, where the Stade de France is located, which is home to a whopping 400,000 illegal immigrants, most of whom are from North Africa and the Middle East.
A poll of French people taken earlier this week found that 76 per cent of respondents didn’t believe the official explanation behind the riots, which were falsely blamed on Liverpool supporters traveling without tickets.
Now Spain’s right-wing Vox party is warning that unchecked migration and failed integration policies could easily see such scenes become commonplace on other European cities.
“We still have time to prevent [the Spanish cities of] Usera, El Puche or Salt from becoming Saint-Denis,” said Santiago Abascal, the leader of the Vox party, referring to areas that also have high numbers of immigrant residents.
“We need to protect the borders, end the pull effect [for migrants], increase the police presence, end the free social benefits buffet, and stop bowing our heads to progressive inquisitors,” he added.
Abascal is calling on MEPs to take action to ensure “multicultural hotspots,” or no go zones, don’t boil over into rampant criminality, and Vox will take the issue to the plenary session of the European Parliament next week.
As we highlighted last year, an Islamic terrorist with ISIS links who planned to carry out a deadly Kalashnikov attack arrived in Spain as an illegal boat migrant.
Videos routinely emerge of boat migrants landing in Spain and then disappearing into the nearest town or village.
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