“The number of asylum seekers and refugees in Germany has more than doubled in two years.”
By the end of 2016, the numbers were up to 1.6 million, and German authorities were uncertain whether an additional 392,000 people were migrants or not.
Germany is descending into chaos, with escalating crime, jihad attacks, and mass sex attacks (prompting signage at swimming pools telling men not to touch women inappropriately). Women were sexually assaulted yet again by “North African, Arab migrants” in Cologne on Halloween.
Now, 30,000 asylum seekers are completely unaccounted for. This is déjà vu: in February 2016, Germany admitted that it lost track of 130,000 asylum seekers.
According to Forbes, 5,600 jihadists are believed to have returned to their home countries, out of the 40,000 foreign fighters of the Islamic State; but the number is likely to be much higher than 5,600, since the UK alone confessed that 23,000 jihadists are roaming free there, substantially higher than previous estimates of 3,000.
Although Germany and other European nations have little to no knowledge of the whereabouts and identities of these jihadists, they must know what the jihadist mission and vision is, and that the jihadists will shed more blood in their pursuit of a caliphate. Despite the risk to innocent civilians, leaders continue to be more nervous about appearing “Islamophobic” than in addressing the imminent dangers.
“Number of Asylum Seekers Doubles in Two Years, As Germany Admits it has Lost Track of 30,000 Illegals”, by Oliver JJ Lane, Breitbart, November 2, 2017:
The number of asylum seekers and refugees in Germany has more than doubled in two years according to the latest figures from the Federal Statistics Office, but the nation is struggling to keep track of all the new arrivals.
At the end of 2016 the number of people seeking asylum had hit 1.6 million, a rise of 113 per cent compared to the end of 2014. The figure is likely to have risen even further since.
German newspaper Handelsblatt reports the breakdown of the 1.6 million figure, with 872,000 holding a “humanitarian residence permit”, and 158,000 in the country despite having had their asylum applications rejected. Of those, 75 per cent were given a “tolerance” — suspending the requirement for them to leave the country.
In addition to those who had decisions made on their asylum status, there were another 573,000 whose applications for asylum hadn’t been ruled upon at all.
Yet the 1.6 million figure could be even higher as the agency had excluded some 392,000 individuals for whom it was not clear whether they were asylum seekers or not.
Of those arrivals who came in 2016, nearly two-thirds are men, while the largest foreign groups came from Syria, Afghanistan, and Iraq.
The figures are further complicated by the admission of the Federal Ministry for the Interior, as reported by Welt, that many of the migrants who have their asylum applications rejected and are supposed to be deported instead disappear. While there is no clear figure of how many people may have vanished this way — a legacy of Germany’s chaotic handling of the migrant crisis — German press state is could be as high as 30,000……