As the flood of non-white invaders pretending to be refugees entering Europe continues to increase - rising to 113,977 as of July 23 - the German government has admitted that it “struggles” to deport even those who have absolutely no claim to “asylum” whatsoever.
This “admission” - actually just a sign of political weakness created by decades of race denial and liberalism - means that unless there is a dramatic political change soon, all the sub-Saharan Africans currently streaming into Europe will be there to stay.
According to the latest figures issued by the United Nations’ “International Organization for Migration,” (IOM), as of July 23, there had been a total of 113,977 registered invaders land in Europe.Stay Connected With Us
Of this number, 112,018 had landed by sea, and 1,959 had come over land.
The main nationalities of arrivals in descendant order were as follows: To Italy: Nigeria, Bangladesh, Guinea, Ivory Coast, Gambia (June 2017); To Greece: Syria, Iraq, Republic of Congo, Pakistan, Afghanistan (June, 2017); and to Bulgaria: Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iran (May 2017).
According to the most recently available European Asylum Support Office (EASO) “Latest Asylum Trends,” report, in May 2017, 8 510 Syrian applications for “asylum” were recorded—only 14 percent of all applicants for that month.
This means that over 85 percent of all “asylum” applications are not coming from that war zone, as is commonly claimed by the pro-invasion controlled media.
The racial make-up of this fake refugee invasion force is important when it is considered that deportations of “illegal” asylum seekers in Germany are stalling despite a growing number of individuals being ordered to leave the country.
According to a Funke media group report, a total of 12,545 “asylum seekers” were deported in the first half of 2017, lower than the figure for the first half of 2016 (13,743).
However, data from the Federal Office for Migration and Refugees for the same period reveal that the number of individuals who are “duty-bound” to leave the country rose by roughly 18,000 individuals to 226,257.
In particular, the number of individuals legally required to leave Germany without being officially tolerated by authorities shot up by 23 percent to 66,779.
In specific circumstances, the stay of illegal immigrants may be tolerated by German authorities despite their inability to prove their legal right to remain in the country. By contrast, those without official tolerance are duty-bound to leave Germany voluntarily or be deported as soon as possible.
CDU interior politician Markus Ulbig demanded that authorities gain the right to use passport-substituting documentation to facilitate deportations. Many of the invaders deliberately arrive without passports, birth registry extracts or other identifying documentation, making it difficult for governments to determine their nationality and residency status amongst others.
According to Ulbig, the work of authorities would be greatly helped by the issuing of so-called "Laissez-Passer" certificates which enable singular exits from Germany without temporal limitations.
The German Federal government is currently discussing such measures with several states where large numbers of nationals have fled to Germany.
Ulbig also demanded that benefit payments to individuals who were duty-bound to leave be cut. "At the end of the day we want eliminate any incentive [to stay]," Ulbig said.
According to Ulbig, those who do not have a right to remain in Germany" should also no longer have a right to benefits."
A total of 25,375 people were deported from Germany in total in 2016. The process of removing asylum seekers often stalls because many of their countries of origin refuse to take back their nationals.