Unknown thousands of nonwhite invaders currently pouring into Germany are vanishing without being registered, and trains initially packed with “refugees” are arriving at their destinations empty, German government spokesman have admitted.
According to North Rhine Westphalia state Interior Minister Ralf Jäger (a Socialist Party, or SPD member), “thousands of refugees are vanishing before they can be registered in that state alone.
“Asylum seekers are fleeing from trains and buses or are leaving allocated accommodation because they move in with relatives and friends in other states or go on to Sweden and Belgium,” Jäger said, in effect admitting that the system his government had set up to “orderly control” the invasion had collapsed.
In typical leftist fashion, Jäger went on to blame the police for their inability to cope with the invasion which his own government created, saying that the vanishing invader problem was caused by the police only being able to “register 10 percent of the refugees by fingerprint.”
In reality, as the police chiefs have already said, they don’t have the manpower to cope with over 10,000 invaders a day streaming across Germany’s borders, and as a result, they have said no one “has any idea who is in the country.”
A report in Der Westen newspaper explained the problem of the “disappearing refugees” further:
The instances of refugees disappearing without a trace pile up: A train from Munich which had 800 refugees from Eritrea, the Balkans, India, and Bangladesh had less than half that number on board when it arrived at Dortmund.
Refugees disappear overnight at lodgings because they do not want to stay in their allocated cities. They vanish with completely anonymity with friends or relatives, because the authorities cannot force them to stay in the residences.
Furthermore, said Der Westen, the chairman of the Federal German Police, Andre Schulz, had estimated that at least 10 percent of the invaders were criminals and that many were young men who had no prospects at home but who would find none in Germany either.
The trend of vanishing invaders was confirmed in an article in the Focus news service, which said that their research in Brandenburg, the city of Bremen, Lower Saxony, and Bavaria, confirmed that large numbers of “refugees” were absconding from the allocated housing.
Focus said that at one center alone, the city of Bremen had housed about 400 invaders, of which at least a third had vanished before even being registered. A city spokesman said that they had no idea where the invaders had gone.
An Interior Ministry spokesman for Brandenburg confirmed that “several hundred” invaders were vanishing every week in that state, and that “the problem of individual departures from the initial reception centers plays a very significant role. They are simply at some point no longer there,” the ministry spokesman said.
In Lower Saxony, Focus reported, at least 700 invaders vanished without a trace in the first two weeks of October alone, while at least 580 vanished at the same time from a camp at Erding in Bavaria, without waiting to be registered. Later, the Münchner Merkur noted that every “second refugee arriving there just disappears.”