The first two airplanes with fake refugees, flown directly into Germany from Turkey in terms of the European Union “asylum deal,” arrived this morning in Hannover.
The two airplanes, paid for by EU taxpayers, unloaded at least 35 invaders directly onto European soil—and are the first of many to come.
The airplanes—all commercial airliners (in this morning’s case, two Turkish airlines flights)—mean that the EU taxpayers are paying conventionally priced air tickets to directly import the completely bogus refugees directly into the heart of Europe.
As pointed out earlier, the “deal” with Turkey proves that there is no genuine need for these “refugees” to come to Europe in the first place.
This is because the “deal” states all “refugees” currently in Greece are to be sent back to Turkey for “processing.”
If Turkey were not a “safe” country to begin with, they would never be sent back there—showing that none of them, even the ones who do come from Syria, are actually fleeing an “unsafe” country.
All international conventions on asylum state that refugees have the right to flee a country in which their lives are in danger.
Clearly, their lives are not in danger in Turkey, and the entire “asylum in Europe” program is a hoax with only one purpose: to import as many nonwhites as possible into Europe.
The first flight in contained sixteen “Syrians” who were then unloaded onto a bus which transported them to the Erstaufnahmelager Friedland near Göttingen. From there, they will be “distributed” out to various municipalities across Germany.
In terms of the “deal,” Germany has volunteered to take in one fifth of all the Syrians—and the other EU member states are expected to take in the rest, divided up proportionally according to a set formula. Several dozen other invaders are expected to arrive in France, Finland and Portugal, according to German government sources.
Poland and some of the other members of the Visegrad group of nations have already refused to take in any of the nonwhite invaders following the repeated refugee-terrorist attacks in Paris and Brussels.
Political fallout following from that refusal is expected later this year at EU headquarters, and will probably consist of EU sanctions against those nations.
The “deal” with Turkey says that all the invaders who have crossed over to Greece since March 20 will be forcibly returned to Turkey, and for each “Syrian” deported in this manner, a “Syrian” in a refugee camp in Turkey can be flown into Europe for “asylum.”