Mobile ‘My Chaperone’ app helps protect travelers from violent attacks and Muslim no-go zones

This is what Europe has descended to because of its indiscriminate welcome of anyone and everyone, in pursuit of “diversity”:

Parisian public transport company RATP has partnered with a tech firm on a mobile app which allows travellers to match up with others making similar journeys so they can avoid being targeted by criminals on public transit.

The situation is so dire that Paris metro drivers have refused to stop at some stations because of safety concerns, including one station that is being used as a Muslim migrant camp.

Random violent attacks were reported to be up to a staggering 777 per day in France.

“No Go Zones: Chaperone-Matching App Helps Protect Travellers from Assaults in Paris,” by Chris Tomlinson, Breitbart, March 2, 2018:

Parisian public transport company RATP has partnered with a tech firm on a mobile app which allows travellers to match up with others making similar journeys so they can avoid being targeted by criminals on public transit.

The app, called ‘Mon Chaperon’, or My Chaperone, has been available since December 2016 and allows users to meet up with others travelling along the same route.

Fabien Boyaval, the creator of the app, said: “I had this idea after one of my friends was assaulted in the street in Montpellier.”

The partnership comes among rising concern across Europe about the prevalence of No Go Zones, areas of lawlessness where outsiders are afraid to enter.

While Breitbart London’s Raheem Kassam documented their existence and the characteristics of these neighbourhoods across Europe and America in his 2017 book No Go Zones: How Sharia Law Is Coming to a Neighborhood Near You, others have since come to discover this new facet of life in Europe.

Breitbart London reported this week on German Chancellor Angela Merkel, who has belatedly admitted that No Go Zones do actually exist.

The app has so far only around 6,500 users, but the new partnership signed in mid-February with RATP could vastly increase its userbase, Gazette de Montpellier reports.

The app’s website describes the how the system works by matching up users based on their departure and destination points. The app also uses a rating system to ensure a user is matched up with a trustworthy fellow traveller…..

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EDITORS NOTE: This column originally appeared on Jihad Watch.

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