Interview – Germany moves to tighten asylum rules


by Jim W. Dean, VT  Editor   … with Press TV, Tehran

Published on Jan 28, 2016
[ Note: Germany has had to react to the refugee invasion, belatedly, after the government trashed the protesters concern of destabilizing the country via what growing numbers view as a massively irresponsible program; and with some wondering if the invasion was allowed for creating chaos that some powerful entities wanted.
Germans have been cleaning out the gun stores, after hearing stories of police being told not to arrest immigrants for crimes to suppress the bad statistics from becoming public. Because of the immigrant hoodlums, many of them from North African countries have gone on a molestation rampage encouraged by what they view as Angela Merkel’s molesting immunity doctrine.
Germans should be doing six-figure attendance marches in major cities all over Germany, and their failure to do so has the government floating reform news out bit by bit. Some of the North African countries where there are no wars are being fast-tracked for quicker deportation.
But with the estimates of fraudulent refugees running at 60%, that is a logistical hurdle. Some of the African countries are refusing to cooperate accepting their people back, preferring that they remain as foreign exchange generators with the cash they send back home.
The EU should have deployed the military to the borders, but it passed the buck down to Italy and Greece, the most popular landing places, as a way of dodging responsibility while holding impoverished Greece responsible. The need for the EU border guard was finally acknowledged but the number being proposed is only 150o, a bad joke. Other moves to stem the tide involve cutting benefits to discourage enticements.
Sweden’s reputation of the rape capital of the world has come out of the closet. But I find the statistic hard to believe compared to Africa, where the average woman will be raped three times in her lifetime. Governments “deal” with that by simply ignoring the numbers.
Just today we had a report that a 17-year-old Danish girl fought off an immigrant rapist with pepper spray and is being charge with the use of an illegal weapon. This is government failure on steroids. You just can’t make this stuff up! …Jim W. Dean ]

Germany’s Economy Minister said the decision was made following a meeting between Chancellor Angela Merkel’s conservatives and their left-leaning Social Democrat coalition partners. Sigmar Gabriel noted that the new rules allow the government to reduce financial support for asylum seekers and speed up the deportation process of failed applicants.

The measures also include a two-year ban on family reunions for the refugees who have been granted limited refugee protection. Sigmar Gabriel further added that the government is planning to place Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia on a list of “safe countries” to facilitate the deportation of asylum requests from their citizens. Around one-point-one million refugees entered Germany in 20-15.



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