Posted by Ann Corcoran on May 4, 2018
This is when you know you have too many!
When police officers arrived at a center housing migrants in order to remove an African man who had been rejected for asylum, the officers were driven out and forced to release the deportee.
But they came back with reinforcements….
The Irish Times, which sounds surprisingly sympathetic to the notion that there is a limit to the number of migrants a country can handle, has the story (I hope they get the message in Ireland!):
Germany’s interior minister has vowed to speed up the deporting of failed asylum seekers after a group of migrants violently forced the police to release a young African man about to be deported.
Horst Seehofer described the incident this week as “scandalous” and “a slap in the face of the law-abiding population”. He said the perpetrators would meet the full force of the law. The attack made front-page news on Thursday, adding fuel to an already highly contentious debate over how to deal with refugees whose asylum requests have been turned down.
Berlin faces mounting public pressure to toughen its approach towards deportation, especially of young criminals and refugees accused of harbouring extremist views.
In a bid to speed up the often drawn-out process, the government of Angela Merkel is planning to set up so-called anchor refugee centres that will house new arrivals. If their asylum bid fails, they would be deported directly from the anchor centre.
“Anchor centres will help us enormously when it comes to bundling and speeding up asylum procedures,” Mr Seehofer told a press conference in Berlin on Thursday. The new system, he added, was also “more humane” because it would provide legal clarity to asylum seekers as soon as possible.
Mr Seehofer, a member of the conservative Christian Social Union from Bavaria, also promised other measures to reduce refugee flows into Germany. He said the surge in asylum seekers during the 2015-2016 Syrian refugee crisis should not be repeated.
“Integration can only work if we limit migration,” he said.
More than 1.3 million migrants – mainly from Syria, Afghanistan and sub-Saharan Africa – have arrived in Germany since 2015, sparking significant social and political upheaval.
The latest controversy surrounding refugee policy was triggered by events in the southern city of Ellwangen on Monday night. Police apprehended a 23-year-old man from Togo who was set to be sent back to Italy, his point of arrival in the EU. They were forced to retreat after coming under attack from 150-200 African migrants who eventually managed to free the deportee.
Police returned to the Ellwangen centre with hundreds of officers on Thursday and managed to apprehend the 23-year-old.
More here at the Irish Times.
See my complete and lengthy archive on the ‘Invasion of Europe.‘
https://refugeeresettlementwatch.wordpr ... ks-police/
Illegal Aliens Overwhelm French Authorities, Require Special Forces
It isn’t just in Germany that local authorities find themselves physically overwhelmed by ragtag armies of conquering “refugees.” France has not amounted to much militarily since WWI, preferring to let the USA and Britain do its fighting while it wallows in moonbattery. But it does have special forces. An event yesterday indicates that they are needed to contain the mobs from Africa that have been pouring across the Mediterranean to climb aboard the welfare gravy train:
Two officers of the French police special forces (Compagnie républicaine de sécurité, CRS) were slightly injured in Calais as a result of an attack by about 50 migrants armed with clubs and stones, BFMTV reported.
Earlier in the day, police special forces officers carried out an operation to demolish two illegal migrant camps in the area.
Already the situation has deteriorated to the point that special forces are required to clear out encampments of derelicts from Africa.
Facing aggression, law enforcement officers working on the spot were forced to call for reinforcements.
None of the invaders was detained, much less sent home.
Calais is heavily infested with welfare colonists because it is a launching pad for the first successful invasion of England since 1066, which has been inspired by the still more generous welfare programs across the channel.