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Zaostritev EU zakonodaje o orožju
> Brussels Becomes a Criminal Sinkhole
Molenbeek and Anderlecht are two culturally-enriched neighborhoods in Brussels that are notorious for criminal violence and disorder. The following news report from German TV talks about how the violence in the “capital of Europe” is spreading out of those “quarters” and into the well-to-do parts of the city — to the point that the EU apparatchiks have become alarmed and are pressing for something to be done about the situation.

> Brussels is Number One in violent crime in a comparison with 16 european large cities. In property crime, Brussels is Number Two, behind Athens.
You have a foreigner quota of 40 % and a unemployment rate, coming with that, of 20 % in the districts Molenbeek, Anderlecht, Saint-Gilles and Vorst. All that districts lay in the west of Brussels, here is an interactive map.
EU-representatives are favored targets, because of their broadminded filled portemonnaies and their expensive smartphones and tabs.
Dr. Angelika Niebler, member of the European Parliament, was attacked from behind in 2009 right in the "European quarter". They pushed her to ground and kicked her, till she let loose her handbag. An ambulance came after 40 minutes, the police didn´t appear at all.
Even the European parliament was target of the criminals three times during the last two years.
Armed with pistols, criminals raided a restaurant, others a bank and others the post office.
Crime in the parliament:
EUobserver / EU parliament robbery was 'inside job,' officials say
Crime in Brussels:
Brussels Crime Wave: E.U. Capital Rattled by Violence - TIME


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RE: Zaostritev EU zakonodaje o orožju - od spe7 - 26-11-2015, 12:50
Zaostrovanje EU zakonodaje glede orožja!! - od - 04-12-2013, 10:28