This is what “no-go-zones” actually mean. That Muslims take over an area and act so aggressively towards the host state that services cannot be delivered to the area, effectively ending national soverighnty there. This is no joke. Across the formerly-free world there are now thousands of zones where to varying degrees the state has given up on one aspect of state services or another and, as far as I am aware, all of them are Muslim and this is in keeping with the Al-Queda handbook of instructions which I will post again later.
From The Local:
Malmö dwellers forced to deliver their own mail
Published: 13 Jan 12 17:20 CET | Double click on a word to get a translation
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”You do what you have to do, we have to solve it somehow. And we have no idea how it will work before we have tried, that’s how I look at it,” Swedish Postal Service (Posten) district manager Rolf Weiffert to local paper Skånska Dagbladet.
For months, Seved has been plagued by continuing problems.
Threatened postal workers in the area were forced to carry panic alarms and many residents say they don’t dare go out at night.
From February 1st, two residents in the area will help authorities deliver mail to some 500 households in the area.
The Posten and Malmö city will be co-operating on the project, which will begin as a 6 month trial project and focus on getting young people engaged in postal delivery, according to the newspaper.
“I’m satisfied,” Anders Malmquist, district manager with the city of Malmö, said.
“Young adults get an insight and an understanding of how it is to work in the postal service.”
The two young people who will deliver the letters are currently being recruited.
They will be employed for 12 months by Jobb Malmö, a community project, and get introductory education by the postal system, followed by an internship and, the plan is, eventual employment as a postal worker.
The municipality sees the venture mostly as a workforce project to steer the unemployed youth into work life, even if the idea itself stems from criminality and the lack of safety that has come to characterize the area.