The German government has formally declared Armenia and Georgia “safe” countries of origin, adding to the already existing list of Morocco, Tunisia, Algeria—allowing for invaders from those nations to be more quickly deported—and will strip all Jihadis of their German nationality.
According to an interview with the Parliamentary Secretary of State in the Interior Ministry, Stephan Mayer (CSU) conducted by the Der Western newspaper, the Interior Ministry intends to deprive jihadists of German citizenship—but only if they have another citizenship.
This is an “urgent goal” and a bill in this regard can be expected within the year, Mayer said.
In addition, Mayer said that Interior Minister Horst Seehofer plans to declare Armenia and Georgia as “safe countries of origin,” in addition to Morocco, Tunisia and Algeria, “so that asylum applications can be dealt with more quickly.”
As reported by the Federal Office for Migration and Refugees, 3,462 Georgians and 3,857 Armenians applied for “asylum” in Germany last year. In January 2018, a further 745 Georgians applied for “asylum” in Germany, and in February another 596 applied—more than in any other month in the previous year.
Mayer attributed the increase to the visa-free agreement that has existed between Germany and Georgia since March 2017.
“I think it is very permissible to declare Georgia as a safe country of origin, especially since the Georgian government expressly supports this,” said Mayer.
In recent years, the crypt-communist Green party has used its seats in the Federal Council to prevent any further additions to the “safe country” list, but Mayer said he expects them to reverse their opposition.
“I already had the impression in the Jamaican negotiations [the failed talks to form a government with Angela Merkel’s CSU] that the Greens are certainly more open to this issue. My impression was that the exploratory talks had not failed on the issue of safe countries of origin,” Mayer said.
The situation with North African invaders in particular is reaching a crisis point, and the German government is only reacting because the nonwhite criminality has reached such dramatic proportions that they fear further growth for the anti-invasion Alternative für Deutschland (AfD) party.
For example, in December 2017, the FOCUS news service reported that so-called “unaccompanied minors” from Morocco in particular were “terrorizing” the city of Mannheim, prompting the town’s may rot appeal to the state government for help.
“There is no willingness to cooperate or interest in integration. Instead there is only street crime, property damage, and physical attacks,” the Socialist Party of Germany (SPD) mayor Peter Kurz complained. “The population perceives it as a failure on the part of the state,” he warned.
Immigration law expert Markus Niedworok told FOCUS that “Unaccompanied minor refugees (UMF) are a particularly protected group,” and that not a single UMF was deported in 2016, because European Union law says that before a minor can be deported, the authorities must ensure that he or she is “handed over to a member of his family, to a caring person or to a suitable reception facility in the country of return.”
Of course, none of these conditions can be met, as most of the invaders are lying anyway about their origins.
“It is often very difficult for public authorities to obtain the necessary identity documents without which deportation is not possible. Sometimes, despite bi- or multilateral agreements, there are also problems with the countries of origin,” Niedworok said.
In 2016, nearly 36,000 unaccompanied minors applied for “asylum” in Germany. The majority claim to be 16 or 17 years old (about 82 percent) and male (about 86 percent). The overall protection rate was around 80 percent, which means that most will get to stay in Germany for ever.
* A recent report in a UK newspaper revealed that two-thirds of all nonwhite invaders claiming to be “unaccompanied minors” were in fact adults.