Voice of Europe asked Belgian politician Filip Dewinter about the country’s no-go zones, his new book and about the future of Europe.
Filip Dewinter is a politician at the national level and also chairman in the city of Antwerp for the conservative Belgian party “Vlaams Belang”. The party mainly opposes mass immigration and wants to defend Western values in the country.
Hello mister Dewinter, we heard a lot about the so called ‘no-go areas’ in Brussels (Molenbeek) and Antwerp (Borgerhout) is it really that bad?
In several Belgian cities like Brussels and Antwerp, Muslims have created territorial Islamic enclaves. In those enclaves the large majority of the population are Muslims: women wear a headscarf or a hijab, shops only sell halal and everybody speaks Arabic. In fact it concerns a hostile islamic takeover. The imam replaced the mayor and local drug gangs terrorise the police so the no-go-zones can become small Islamic Kalifats…
/In big cities the native population becomes a minority.
The 3rd of November, Dutch politician Geert Wilders and myself are going to visit the jihadi capital of Molenbeek in Brussels. The mayor of Molenbeek already prohibited our visit...
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