German lawmakers are debating regulations over migrants’ rights to bring close relatives to the country…As it stands, close relatives can’t join migrants with a status below full asylum but the rule expires in mid-March. The proposed compromise would allow for 1,000 per month…. starting in August.
Some compromise! Germany has not learned its lesson; nor will it, as long as Merkel’s irresponsible government continues to be voted in.
A group of women in Germany has just “launched a campaign called #120db to lend a voice to women who have been physically or sexually attacked as a result of mass migration policies.” 120 refers to the sound intensity (decibels) of rape alarms. The campaign includes a video that blames mass migration, and the words ring out: “They could be me and I could be them…The offenders are everywhere. While jogging in the park, when we come home after work, while we wait for the bus, we are not secure because you are not securing us.”
Meanwhile, Germany’s socialist Minister of Family Affairs says that Muslim migrant sex attacks can be prevented by importing more migrants! She stated falsely that migrant men are easier to handle when their mothers and sisters are with them. She also blamed accommodations and macho culture for their rape attacks and criminality, rather than their Islamic belief system, which allows them to rape infidel women and view unbelievers as inferiors.
Despite the troubles in Germany, a leaked report from the German government indicated a goal of taking in 300,000 migrants per year, to reach a goal of 12 million migrants over the coming four decades, in order “to keep Germany’s population size stable.” The leak came on the heels of another announcement that the migrant crisis was already costing German taxpayers 37 billion pounds in 2017.
The world can say goodbye to law and order in Germany — already barely hanging on by a string — and hello to a country with more jihad attacks, more mass rapes, and rapidly approaching economic demise, along with a proliferation of no-go zones and sharia patrols, as in Sweden.
“German Parliament Debates Increasing Chain Migration,” Associated Press, February 1, 2018:
BERLIN (AP) – German lawmakers are debating regulations over migrants’ rights to bring close relatives to the country, a topic which has been a major issue of coalition talks between Chancellor Angela Merkel’s conservative Union bloc and the centre-left Social Democrats.
The two parties reached a consensus on the issue earlier this week, one which Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere urged parliament Thursday to accept as a fair compromise.
As it stands, close relatives can’t join migrants with a status below full asylum but the rule expires in mid-March. The proposed compromise would allow for 1,000 per month in that category to be allowed in, starting in August, plus people considered hardship cases under existing rules….