The Angela Merkel regime will start flying 1,000 nonwhite invaders every month into Germany as of November via specially chartered flights from Italy and Greece, it has been revealed.
The invaders are part of the European Union “deal” to redistribute the invaders who landed in the southern European nations out among EU member states.
According to a statement issued by Merkel’s Interior Minister, Thomas de Maizière, the initial plans were to “collect” 500 invaders from Greece and Italy each month and place them in a “transit camp” in Erding, near Munich.
De Maizière said that the invaders had all already applied for “asylum” in Italy and Greece, and all of them will “have a very good chance of recognition as refugees in Germany.” He said that these selected “refugees” all claim to be Eritrean, Syrian, Iraqi, Iranian, and Somalian nationals.
With all the plans now in place, he said, the Federal Government will start flying in 1,000 invaders every month from November onward.
The invaders will be “picked up and will travel by charter flights to Germany, and accommodated centrally in Erding for up to 72 hours,” De Maizière said, adding that in this way the Federal Government intends to bring at least 40,000 more “asylum seekers” to Germany.
The invaders will go through an “accelerated and success-promising asylum procedure” once they land, he added.
The move follows the EU decision to move 160,000 invaders pretending to be asylum seekers on from Greece and Italy into other EU member states.
This plan has however encountered opposition from the Eastern European member states of Hungary, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, and Poland, who have all refused to accept these quotas.