The Green-communists in the German parliament have prevented an amendment being passed which would declare countries in North Africa “safe”—and thereby stop nonwhite invaders from that region claiming “asylum.”
The move to block nationals from Algeria, Morocco, and Tunisia comes after it was shown that they are the perpetrators of the majority of sex attacks and street crime in Germany.
The nonwhite sex attack plague and street crime caused such a public uproar that even the pro-invasion German government decided to change the existing asylum legislation to declare the North African states—known as the Maghreb—as “safe countries of origin.”
However, when the amendment came before Germany’s upper house of parliament last Friday, the Green-communists voted against the legislation, effectively denying the government of the majority it needs to change the law.
A declaration that the Maghreb was “safe countries of origin” means that nationals from those states would have little chance of winning asylum in Germany.
The amendment has been going back and forth for several weeks, each time being sent back due to objections from Die Linke (“The Left”) party and the Greens. Die Linke are the direct descendants of the former East German communist party.
The latest attempt to push the amendment through the upper house failed after the Greens rejected the measure, saying that the “human rights situation in the three countries was poor,” and that homosexuals were discriminated against and journalists “faced censorship.”
Without the support of the Greens, the measure could not win approval in the upper house.
“We will try to hold new discussions on the subject in the coming days,” said Reiner Haseloff, member of Chancellor Angela Merkel’s Christian Democratic Union.
At least 30,000 nonwhite invaders from the Maghreb arrived in Germany last year, and only a very small number have been given asylum—mostly by falsely claiming to be homosexuals.
However, even those who have been denied asylum generally just remain in Germany because few carry identification documents and the Maghreb countries simply refuse to take them back.