France and its 'fundamental transformation': indications of a country lost.

Multiculturalism.  If you are against it, you must be a dolt, a non-intellect, a heathen stuck in some prior jingoistic era.  Embrace the concept.  Think of all the new restaurants, clothing, interesting people.

But what of the newcomers who, rather than embracing their new nation and melding with the society to which they were allegedly drawn, choose to establish a toe hold for their form of life?  What if there is no "melting pot," but rather a "salad bowl" of sects that prefer to be separate and demand that their own laws to be implemented?  What happens when the host countries' authorities are in such fear of interfering with these communities that they choose not to enforce their own laws, and instead allow a metastasis of the intrusion to continue? 

The answer is that you are well on your way to losing your country.  France is well on its way.  Within France are areas known as Sensitive Urban Zones, (zones de sécurité prioritaires, or ZSP).  At last count, there were over 700 such zones.  These zones are considered "No Go" zones – i.e., too dangerous to enter for authorities or, in most cases, non-Muslims.

"The French government has announced (2012) a plan to boost policing in 15 of the most crime-ridden parts of France in an effort to reassert state control over the country's so-called 'no-go' zones: Muslim-dominated neighborhoods that are largely off limits to non-Muslims." 

"Islamic immigrants consider it their territory and whites enter at their own risk. The French call them 'sensitive urban zones' – no-go zones where the police don't enter or don't enforce the law….Some call them little Muslim caliphates inside the borders of France. "

Angela Merkel was necessarily blunt when she said, "Attempts to build a multicultural society in Germany have 'utterly failed' … the so-called 'multikulti' concept - where people would 'live side-by-side' happily – did not work, and immigrants needed to do more to integrate – including learning German."  "A recent survey suggested more than 30% of people believed the country was 'overrun by foreigners.'"

The events of the past week might just bring the French to harbor such thoughts.

The steps to losing a country are clear.  Wholesale immigration is allowed under the guise of multiculturalism.  Pseudo-intellects promote melting the borders and embracing diversity.  Areas spring up in which communities exist not as if they are part of the host country, but are transplanted societies.  Police become fearful to enter such areas, and are often attacked.  Natives of the host country, those with multi-generational roots, are attacked by the newcomers.  Those are the indications of a country lost.