After coming under increasing internal pressure, the German government has been forced to admit that the hundreds of thousands of Afghans who have flooded into Europe are not refugees at all and should be deported back home.
The astonishing U-turn was announced yesterday by representatives of Angela Merkel’s government in Berlin, in an article published in the Frankfurter Allgemeine newspaper ahead of an EU summit today.
According to that paper, the German government now says that there must be a “policy change” with regard to a “delicate question;” namely that the European Commission must now negotiate a repatriation program with the Afghanistan government for “rejected asylum seekers.”
In addition, a “deterrent campaign” in Afghanistan, designed to warn against the invaders even trying to come to Europe, should be planned, the newspaper continued.
According to the paper, the “federal government is worried because after Syrians, Afghans are the largest and fastest growing group of asylum seekers.”
In reality, as earlier admitted by the German government itself, Syrians are the absolute minority of the current storm of nonwhite invaders, and at least 30 percent of those claiming to be Syrians are in fact not, and many are using fake papers to justify their claims.
According to the Frankfurter Allgemeine, “deportations should take place after a comprehensive individual assessment and will relate to offenders, the dangerous and single young men”—an admission of the reality of the criminality which the nonwhite invasion has imported into Germany.
According to sources quoted in the German Interior Ministry, Afghanistan is not like Syria and people can be returned to live in “stable tribal areas.”
According to the UN refugee agency UNHCR, a quarter of all the current crop of nonwhite invaders storming up the Balkans to Germany comes from Afghanistan. At least 30,000 Afghanis have lodged asylum applications in August 2015 alone, bringing the total for that year to 124,000.
* The Afghani government has for some time refused to let some deported asylum seekers from Britain and Scandinavia back in to the country. Realizing that this flood is a way to extort even more money from the Europeans, the Afghan “Minister of Refugees” (they even have a government department devoted to the topic) has demanded $500 million to promote the “integration of returnees” and for “measures to prevent a mass exodus.”
It remains to be seen if the Merkel government—which is largely responsible for the invasion in the first place—will actually implement these measures even if the EU accepts the proposals.
It should be remembered that it was Merkel who abrogated the EU’s Dublin Treaty (which said that “asylum seekers” had to stay in the first EU country of landing) by inviting the nonwhites directly to Germany—and so there is no guarantee that she will stick to any other agreements either.