Wednesday, September 07, 2016

Finally: Germany Considers Sending Migrants Back

Berlin is mooting the idea of sending migrants back to Greece for the first time in five years.

Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere says that Germany has done its bit to help refugees, but needed help from the rest of the bloc to take in migrants.

De Maiziere is adamant that the EU needs to adopt a common policy towards refugees and that Berlin is unable to handle the burden on its own. Under the Dublin regulations, migrants should be processed in the first member state they entered, which for many was Greece.

“We have done a lot in Europe in order to improve the refugee situation in Greece,” de Maiziere told the Welt am Sonntag newspaper, as cited by Deutsche Welle. “This must have consequences that will enable refugees to be sent back to Greece according to the Dublin regulations.”



Stu Stinchfield said...

Too late, there are going to be major riots, mass murders terrorism like they have never seen before. It will happen and I'll be glad to see it because maybe it will wake up some of the stupid politicians in our country.

Anonymous said...

There are those in Germany who saw this coming over 15 years ago. But no one listened.

Anonymous said...

Not hardly, at this point. Greece is dead broke and can't afford another million hostile freeloaders

They need to be "sent back" to Sand Land, the Islamic utopia.