After Triggering Mass Migration Crisis Germany Is Now Bribing Refugees To Leave
Though Hausfrau — Volksfuhrer Merkel only clings to power by her fingernails as the fragile coalition she leads staggers from crisis to crisis, the damaging effects of her ‘open doors’ immigration policy, which triggered the European Union’s mass migration crisis continue to damage Germany. It may be amusing for supporters of national sovereignty to observe her antics as, with one face the pledges support for a United Nations initiative to open all national borders to anybody wishing to cross, while with the other she tries to persuade German voters she has listened to public opinion and understands her mass immigration policy is abhorred by a majority of voters, but it is harming Germany.
The migrant crisis and its effect in destroying the Globalist and Eurocrat dream of merging the EU’s member states into a single federal superstate, a policy of which Merkel has been a leading supporter, is probably the main, if not the only, thing behind the resurgence of nationalism, and is also credited with revealing to voters just how far out of touch with ordinary people political leaders, media commentators and showbiz luvvies are.
In one of it’s most bizarrre misreadings of the public mood yet, the German government has now mounted an aggressive campaign to encourage illegal migrants to leave germany by bribing them with free rent for a year in their home countries if they return.
“Your country. Your future. Now!” read billboards in seven languages, plastered in nearly 2,500 locations across 80 German cities, reports the National Post.
A series of flags corresponding with the top-destinations — Egypt, Turkey, Afghanistan, Eritrea and Russia — shapes a zigzagging road to a fictional horizon.
The “ReturningfromGermany” ad campaign is the latest tactic by the German government to boost departures and deter migration, in a reversal of Angela Merkel’s controversial welcoming policy of 2015 at the height of the Syrian refugee crisis. The campaign is the brainchild of interior minister Horst Seehofer, Merkel’s rebellious right-wing rival, who forced a coalition crisis over Germany’s asylum policy last summer. –National Post
New arrivals of undocumented, unskilled and in many cases illiterate people have arrived trying to claim asylum seeker or refugee status, (they are neither, being purely economic migrants,) have normalized since a flood of 700,000 migrants three years ago, a backlog of rejected claims has built up due to the lengthy legal process involved in deporting these people. The billboard campaign is aimed at the estimated 235,000 people who are still required to leave the country according to the interior ministry.
Most asylum seekers whose claims have been rejected can’t return to their country of origin due for several reason; danger, lack of documentation or they suffer from an illness. The German government has dubbed these people “duldung,” which means “tolerated.”
Denied asylum seekers who don’t fit either of those categories typically don’t show up for their deportation. Of more than 20,000 scheduled airport repatriations in 2018, just half of them appeared to take flights back home.
Horst Seehofer, the German interior minister, aims to encourage migrants to leave with the cash-giveaway billboard campaign — offering 1,000–1,200 euros for a single person and 3,000 for families to provide for basic needs.
Not everyone is a fan of the new “stepping stone system,” in which “you get more money if you choose to leave earlier on,” according to Meiki Riebau — a lawyer and migration expert at Save the Children Germany. Riebau’s organisation is still supporting Merkel’s discredited “All migrants, refugees and asylum seekers welcome” approach to immigration control. This is going down like the proverbial lead Zeppelin with the families of women, girls and some boys who have been victims of violent sexual assaults by sexually incontinent Muslim males.
Perhaps Germany’s cash incentive will turn out to be more successful than Britain’s approach when Prime Minister Theresa May had vans drive through neighborhoods with billboards reading “Go home or face arrest.” Her initiative resulted in just 11 voluntary departures.Obviously life in a British prison is preferable to life in a third world country. British voters understandably take the view that these people are not our problem.
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