The voluntary return program run by the German government, which pays invaders cash if they go home, lists 39 qualifying countries to which it is safe to return “asylum seekers”—including Syria, Iraq, and Afghanistan.
The program proves that the entire “asylum seeker” invasion is a hoax, because if any of the invaders were genuine, they would not be able to “voluntarily return.”
The program, known as the “Reintegration and Emigration Program for Asylum-Seekers in Germany (REAG), Government Assisted Repatriation Program (GARP),” is run by the United Nation’s International Organization for Migration (IOM) in conjunction with the United Nations High Commission on Refugees (UNHCR) and the German government.
Each invader gets €500 per adult and €250 per child under 12, if they agree to go back to one of the following nations: Ethiopia, Afghanistan, Eritrea, Ghana, Iraq, Iran, Nigerian or Pakistan. These are classed as “group 1” countries.
Invaders in “Group 2” countries get €300 per adult and €150 euros per child if they agree to go back to one of the following nations: Egypt, Algeria, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bangladesh, Benin, Burkina Faso, China, the Ivory Coast, Gambia, Georgia, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, India, Cameroon, Kenya, Libya, Mali, Morocco, Niger, Palestine, the Russian Federation, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Somalia, the Sudan, Syria, Turkey, Tunisia, the Ukraine, or Vietnam.
In addition, returnees get their airfares, train fares, or bus fares paid for, “travelling expenses” of €200 per adult, and €100 per child under 12 years, plus a “fuel cost” payment of €250.
A news release issued by the German Federal Office for Migrants and Refugees (Bundesamt für Migration und Flüchtlinge, BAMF) said that from January to September 20, 2016, at least 44,521 invaders had accepted cash offers to return home, an increase from 35,514 the previous year. The nationalities of those involved were listed as 4,696 Iraqis, 2,066 Iranians, and 2,969 Afghanis.
It will be noted that all the countries which the “asylum” swindlers claim are so bad that they must “flee for their lives,” feature in this list of returning countries—proving the lie that they are unsafe in the first place.
The fact that the IOM is involved in the program lends weight to the reality that there is no reason for these nationals to be “fleeing,” as that organization would most certainly cry foul if they thought the “refugees” were being returned to “unsafe countries.”