In the clearest sign yet of her detachment from reality, German Chancellor Angela Merkel has claimed that the vast majority of nonwhite invaders who have poured into Germany at her request will “go home” all by themselves.
Speaking before a Christian Democratic Party meeting in Baden-Württemberg, just prior to state elections there this coming weekend, Merkel claimed that “3,000 Iraqis were already going back [from Germany] every month as their towns were liberated from IS [the Islamic State].”
The claim that 3,000 Iraqis are going back every month is, of course, highly dubious, as there is currently only one flight per week from Berlin to Baghdad, transporting one hundred and fifty “returning refugees” each time. This means that the “returnees” are at most six hundred per month—presuming that none are actually walking back.
Even if, however, Merkel’s claim of 3,000 per month is correct, this is still no more than a drop in the bucket of the invasion, which last year had reached up to 10,000 per day coming into Germany.
Furthermore, according to the German government’s own statistics, in the month of February 2016, a total of 67,797 “asylum applications” were lodged with the Federal Office for Migration and Refugees (BAMF). This dwarfs Merkel’s vaunted “3,000 per month” returnees.
In addition, the BAMF “reviewed” the applications of 51,528 persons during February 2016, and granted “asylum” to 33,516 of them—some 65 percent of all applicants. In addition, 270 persons received “subsidiary protection” and 287 persons “protection from deportation.”
Finally, the BAMF’s own figures show that a total of 314,000 Iraqis made “asylum applications” in Germany during 2015.
Merkel’s delusional claims echo her comments made at the end of January this year at a Neubrandberg meeting of her Christian Democratic Union (CDU) party, where she admitted that “only a small number” of the invaders were “entitled to asylum in the classical definition,” and that she expected the majority “currently residing in Germany to return to their home countries.”
She said at that meeting that “most refugees” were being given “temporary protection” which was “initially limited to three years.”
“We expect that, if again there is peace in Syria and if the IS in Iraq is defeated, that they will return back to their homeland with the knowledge [education] that they have acquired from us [to rebuild their countries].”
Merkel referred to a project launched by the Interior and Foreign Ministries to “train Syrians in disaster relief organization.”
This knowledge, she said, would “help them rebuild their country.”
“Not every refugee is here to stay,” Merkel continued. “Many want to live in their homes with their families again.”
Merkel’s delusion—apparently shared by her party—is therefore that the “asylum seekers” are all bona fide “refugees” from the war in Syria—even though their own figures show that those claiming to be Syrians are an absolute minority of those coming into Germany.
The Greek government, for its part, is on record as saying that more than 90 percent of the invaders are bogus refugees.
In fact, as pointed out and known by all sane observers, there are in fact no genuine asylum seekers at all in Europe, because each and every one of them has left a safe third country to reach Europe.
It is therefore safe to assert that every single “asylum seeker” who has come to Europe is bogus—and have acted in bad faith from the very beginning.
Merkel’s claim that the hordes of nonwhite invaders, who have lied their way into Europe, are going to all peacefully “go home” once the Russian air force and the Syrian government has crushed IS, is an indication that she is either impossibly stupid, or very evil.