The German government has lied to the public over the extent of the nonwhite invasion, the number of “refugees” going back, and how many are actually being registered, the head of the German police union, Rainer Wendt, has said.
Speaking in an interview with the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (FAZ), Wendt accused German Interior Minister Thomas de Maizière of talking “nonsense” and knowingly giving out completely false information to the public.
Asked about de Maizière’s recent claim that the “situation on the German border had stabilized in recent weeks,” and that “now almost all the refugees are being registered,” and that increasing numbers of “people are being rejected right at the border,” Wendt said he could “only shake his head” in disbelief.
“If the minister said that the federal police could register up to 3,500 refugees every day at the border, then I must say that that claim is utter nonsense and devoid of all reality,” Wendt said.
“The federal police are not able to register 3,500 people a day. We have neither the personnel nor the ability to do so. I really do not know how he can even get this idea.”
The astonished FAZ interviewer then asked Wendt if de Maizière was therefore telling an “untruth” when he asserted that all the “refugees were being registered at the border.”
Wendt replied “Yes, this is simply nonsense. We can only check a fraction of the incoming refugees at the border. Of the on average 2,000 people who currently enter Germany every day, only about 800 are fingerprinted.”
This means that at least 1,200 continue into Germany every day without any record of them whatsoever.
“All others are simply waved through and placed directly in the initial reception centers,” Wendt said, expressing the hope that they would be registered there.
He was then asked by the FAZ if de Maizière was also wrong in his statement that “up to 200 refugees” are rejected at the border every day.
“Even this figure is definitely not true,” Wendt said. “In January, the number of rejections varied between 80 and a maximum of 150.
“In addition, these ‘rejected’ people do not then suddenly go home. On the contrary, many are sent back to us from Austria, or cross the border at another point a few hours later and reenter the country because they have not been registered anywhere.”
Rainer Wendt, head of the German Police Union.
Asked if the relationship between de Maizière and the police was “now totally shattered,” and what the mood of the police on the ground was, Wendt said that morale among the officials was “catastrophic.”
In particular, he said, the police “feel humiliated by the [refugee] policy, and abandoned by the Federal Minister of the Interior. After almost every statement that comes from Berlin or from Mr. de Maizière, I get outraged calls from officials who are shocked and ask me what is going on. So I can say this: there has never been a situation like this before.”
Finally, the FAZ interviewer asked Wendt if the Minister of the Interior actually knew how many “refugees” there were in Germany, as he had recently claimed—and also how many were still on their way.
“No one has an exact number [of refugees], not even in Berlin,” Wendt replied. “We only have figures about the number of asylum seekers who have been registered in the initial reception centers.
“But the tens of thousands who are unregistered are not counted, and also all those who only succeed in crossing the border at the second or third attempt. This is a huge mess,” he concluded.