Germany Has Deported only 40,000 Fake “Asylum Seekers”

As of the end of 2016, exactly 1,603,000 nonwhite invaders had officially claimed “asylum” in Germany—and only 40,000 have been deported after their claims were rejected. In addition, a further 392,000 were “disregarded” from the official figures because it “currently not possible to determine unequivocally whether or not they are seeking protection,” and another least 30,000 have vanished without trace.

Most of the claimants with rejected applications came from Serbia (17,000) and Albania (15,000).

A statement issued by the German government’s Federal Statistical Office (Destatis) said that the 1.6 million nonwhites accounted for 16 percent of the country’s foreign population.

Of the 872,000 who have been granted residence permits, the German government claims that 600,000 are “temporary” and that “only” 272,000 have been granted permanent residence. This is, of course, nonsense, as even the Welt newspaper has reported that almost all “refugees” in Germany “become immigrants” regardless of their status.

So far, the government says, it has rejected only 158,000 “asylum” applications. These people were supposed to leave the country, but, the official statement says, in 75 percent of these cases (that is, 118,000 individuals), these people have also been given “tolerated status”—that is, temporary residence.

Less than half of the nonwhites claiming “asylum” come from countries in which there is a war: Syria (455,000), Afghanistan (191,000) and Iraq (156,000). However, as many observers have pointed out, even in those countries there are vast regions under government control and entirely peaceful—meaning that in reality, no-one has to actually leave their country of origin “in fear of their lives”—and therefore, that they are all bogus.

According to the statement, 64 percent of all “asylum seekers” are males, and have an average age of 29.4 years.

The Bild newspaper has in the interim reported that at least 30,000 “rejected asylum seekers” have vanished without trace.

The newspaper, quoting the government’s Central Register of Foreign Nationals (AZR) counted around 54,000 people at the end of 2016 who were obligated to leave the country, but only around 23,000 were claiming state benefits in accordance with the law governing asylum applicants, according to numbers from the Federal Statistical Office.

Also this week, the Nürnberger Nachrichten reported that an internal memo from Germany’s central immigration authority, the BAMF, said that the organization was failing to keep up with the flood of invaders demanding the right to stay in Germany.

The BAMF document dated mid-October, said that the processing rate of applications had declined from 50,000 per month at the beginning of the year to 18,000 a month in October.

The document said BAMF was aiming to process another 15,000 asylum applications a month by the end of the year, but as of the end of 2016, some 430,000 applications had remained untouched.

The BAMF is currently failing to meet its “integration course” targets, the memo added. By September, it had only managed to bring 28,000 “asylum seekers” onto integration language courses, well below its target of 56,000.

While 3,000 invaders finished the course successfully in September, some 3,000 did not, and a further 9,000 were categorized as “inactive,” having not attended class for nine months.

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1 Comment

  1. How exactly were these people supposedly deported back to countries that have publicly refused to take their people back? At the same time, how do tens of thousands of invaders just “vanish without a trace” in a country that’s only the size of Nevada? It’s clear the German government has no intention of actually removing anyone from the country and doesn’t want to find those who “vanished”. All this alleged deportation business is just political theater from the German government.

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