June 30, 2017
We had one of these in America, and the makers of it were attacked as racists. I think Apple maybe banned it.
Presumably, the same thing will happen in France.
I can’t see any reason why it wouldn’t.
It’s not like you have areas with “white gangs” randomly attacking people on the street.
I think the only country that has that in the whole world is the Ukraine. I’ve been to every Eastern European country, and I think I can say that. Maybe nights can get a little bit sketchy in certain parts of Sofia, but probably not.
White street violence simply is not a thing, and hasn’t been since like, the industrial revolution. That’s made talking about violence, or avoiding violence, very difficult.
Parisians worried about safety in the French capital can download an app which allows them to report, locate and avoid “hazardous locations.” It comes as France remains at the highest possible terrorism alert.
The ‘No-Go Zone’ app allows users to share instances of “aggression, theft, harassment, or incivility” in the city, and mark the location of those events on a map.
Yeah so basically you’re going to be marking Arab neighborhoods.
And yes, of course when the leftists call attention to this, they are tacitly admitting that nonwhites are violent. But they don’t really care that they’re making that admission, because they already have an established list of alleged reasons why nonwhites are violent.
Along with that, they already have an established list of reasons why whites shouldn’t be allowed to avoid nonwhite violence, which effectively amount to “well, you deserve it because of things your ancestors allegedly did that were evil.”
That’s what happened with the American app, and you’re going to see it in France too.
Others can view the entries, allowing them to be informed about what is happening around them.
“Whether you are staying in an unknown location, looking for a safe place to live, on your way to a specific location, or for whatever reason, No-Go Zone allows you to reduce any risk of aggression, theft, harassment or incivility,” the app’s description states.
Reviews for the app, which now has an installation count of 1,000-5,000, are mostly positive, with many users calling it “essential” and an “excellent idea.”
In what appeared to be a reference to France’s immigrant population, one user called the app an “indispensable application for anyone who thinks that the cultural ‘enrichment’ of non-natives is not compatible with our way of life.”
One other report, however, branded the app a “false alert” and wondered if it’s liable to prosecution for potentially fake information.
Yeah, who knows. Maybe France is far enough behind in social technologies that they’ll go with the “it’s not true! they’re lying! these Moslem neighborhoods are a 100% safe place for white kids to buy drugs!” angle.
I don’t really understand the French, but I understand that their refusal to learn English is a form of cultural protectionism and this has left their social technologies much less developed. Of course, they still have all the “racist” stuff hardcore, but maybe they haven’t developed the foundations for “if you don’t want to be attacked you’re a racist because you deserve to be attacked.
Burning cars don’t exist.
I wrote a piece a few days ago about how these “no-go zones” are actually just colonies, and should be referred to as such. You should read it if you didn’t. It was very good.