UN Now Handling “Returnees” in Germany

The full extent of the ongoing “asylum” swindle invasion being perpetrated on Europe has been definitively revealed with the news that the United Nations’ International Organization for Migration (IOM) is now funding “voluntary returnees” from Germany—including Syrians, Afghans, and Iraqis, all those supposedly originally “fleeing for their lives.”
At least 55,000 invaders—including 5,000 Iraqis and 3,200 Afghans—left Germany voluntarily during 2016, more than twice the number forcibly deported, new figures have shown.
The ongoing “voluntary return” of Iraqis, Syrians, and Afghans underlines the fact that the whole “asylum” invasion is a swindle, because no one “fleeing for their lives” would voluntarily go back.
According to data released by the German Office for Migration and Refugees (BAMF), about 15,000 of the “voluntary returnees” went back to nations in the Balkan states such as Albania.
These invaders—many of them of Gypsy origin—merely took a chance during the great 2015 invasion to join the crowds of other fake asylum seekers trekking up the Balkans route to try and parasite off Western European welfare handouts.
Their claims were so bogus that not even the pro-invasion German authorities took them seriously, and after it became apparent that their claims would not be tolerated, many are voluntarily returning rather than being deported.
The advantages of voluntary return, the Süddeutsche Zeitung reported, include cash payments from the German government and the fact that they will escape a mandatory re-entry ban.
The increasing numbers of Afghan and Iraqi returnees definitively proves that these nonwhite invaders were also chancing their luck in trying to get into Germany.
This is particularly obvious because Iraqis and Afghans stand a far greater chance of being granted “protected status” in Germany than Albanians—but are still choosing to return home, albeit in tiny numbers compared to the influx.
According to the Süddeutsche Zeitung, German authorities have also refused entry to 20,000 people at its external borders—showing that even the German government, despite its pretensions otherwise, can enforce border controls if it wants to.
In addition, a new €150m program is to be launched in the New Year to help deported invaders “reintegrate in their home countries such as Morocco, Tunisia, Nigeria, Kosovo, Serbia, and Albania,” the Süddeutsche Zeitung added.
In terms of this program, the sooner the invaders “decide to return home,” the higher the cash payment they receive.
A typical family of five can get an additional €4,200—that is, in addition to all the other basic grants—if they decide to “go home,” the Süddeutsche Zeitung reported.
These basic expenses, which are handled by the United Nations’ International Organization for Migration, include travel costs, a “travel allowance,” and an “easy jumpstart” payment of a maximum of €3000.
The number of asylum seekers from Turkey is rising significantly following the German government’s invitation to that country’s population to seek “refuge” in Germany as well.
According to BAMF figures, more than 5,000 Turks—mainly Kurds—have applied for “asylum” in Germany this year.