Bundestag President Wolfgang Schäuble has told Germans to forget about the one million plus “refugees” who flooded into Germany over the past three years ever returning to their home countries.
“We should realize how difficult it is to deport in individual cases. That’s why we should not foster too much hope that we can send back the majority of these people,” said Schäuble.
“We should not foster too much hope” of sending them back.
He added that all efforts must be made “to integrate them into our society,” before going on to defend Angela Merkel’s open border policy as the “right” decision, despite the fact that it has largely ruined her political legacy and caused her approval rating to sink to an all time low.
Schäuble did concede one point to critics of mass immigration; That so-called “refugees” (the majority of whom are economic migrants) should seek refuge in the first safe country they reach and not be allowed to travel further north to Europe’s welfare havens.
Germany has seen protests against mass immigration in recent weeks in response to the fact that violent crime has risen over the last two years and 90% of it is due to migrants, according to the German government’s own statistics.
As we reported earlier this month, a club in Frankfurt was attacked by a gang of 10 Syrian “refugees” who attempted to stab terrified guests while shouting “Allahu Akbar”.
Germany has allowed in over 1 million migrants, predominantly from the Middle East, since 2015.
Schäuble’s insistence that refugees will not return home clashes with the view of the Dalai Lama, who recently stated, “Eventually they should return to their own land to rebuild their own countries.”
By: Paul Joseph Watson