Nonwhite invaders pretending to be asylum seekers have started suing the German state for “delays” in processing their applications—while another 55,259 have arrived in Germany in the first five months of 2016.
According to a report in the Thüringer Allgemeine newspaper, more and more “asylum seekers” are suing the German Federal Office for Migration and Refugees for “inactivity” in dealing with their demands to be given residency in Germany.
Some 3,271 invaders have started legal proceedings this year, aided by leftist support organizations. This is an increase of more than 40 percent on the figure for all of 2015, when some 2,299 complaints were handed in.
The failure to process the applications in a “reasonable time” has nothing to do with any desire on the part of the German state to deny the invaders anything, as the court papers claim, but rather to do with the fact the nonwhite flood has simply overwhelmed the state’s infrastructure.
The decision to start legal proceedings against the Interior Ministry—the agency responsible for the processing of the applications—is somewhat ironic given that 15% of Federal Administration staff “have a migration background.”
According to a press release issued by the Turkish-origin Aydan Özoguz, who is the Federal Government Commissioner for Migration, this is however still too few.
Meanwhile, the nonwhite invasion continues unabated. There have been at least 55,259 “asylum” applications in Germany from January to May 2016, with 16,000 new arrivals in May alone.
In May 2015, some 15,491 nonwhites invaded Germany demanding that the taxpayers house and feed them.
The end May figure of 55,259 represents an increase of 113 percent compared to the period January to May 2015.