31 Tage im kulturbereicherten Deutschland

Von | 28. November 2016

October 1. Two migrants raped a 23-year-old woman in Lüneburg as she was walking in a park with her young child. The men, who remain at large, forced the child to watch while they took turns assaulting the woman.

October 2. A 19-year-old migrant raped a 90-year-old woman as she was leaving a church in downtown Düsseldorf. Police initially described the suspect as “a Southern European with North African roots.” It later emerged that the man is a Moroccan with a Spanish passport.

October 2. Finance Minister Wolfgang Schäuble called for the development of a “German Islam” to help integrate Muslims in the country. In an opinion article published by Welt am Sonntag, he wrote:

“Considering the diverse origins of Muslims in Germany, we want to promote the development of a German Islam, the development of self-assurance of Muslims living as Muslims in Germany, in a free, open, pluralistic and tolerant order, according to our laws and the religious neutrality of the state.

“There is no doubt that the growing number of Muslims in our country today is testing the tolerance of mainstream society. The origin of the vast majority of refugees means that we are increasingly dealing with people from very different cultures…. In this tense situation, we should not allow for the emergence of an atmosphere in which well-integrated people in Germany feel alien.”

October 4. Münchner Merkur reported that the 2016 Munich Oktoberfest recorded its lowest turnout since 2001. Visitors reportedly stayed away due to concerns about terrorism and migrant-related sexual assaults.
This year’s Munich Oktoberfest recorded its lowest turnout since 2001. Visitors reportedly stayed away due to concerns about terrorism and migrant-related sexual assaults. (Image source: Flickr/Sergey Zhaffsky)
October 6. Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung reported on a German intelligence study which found that almost half the German Salafists who left for Syria or Iraq were active in mosques. “The mosques continue to play a central role in the radicalization of Islamists in Germany,” a spokeswoman for the German domestic intelligence agency, the Bundesamt für Verfassungsschutz (BfV), said. The ongoing study analyzes the background and course of the radicalization of persons who left for Syria or Iraq. The study has collected data from 784 Islamists who left Germany or were actively trying to leave the country. The BfV estimates that there are 9,200 known Salafists in Germany.

October 6. More than 400 residents of the Altenessen district in Essen met local politicians in a televised “town hall meeting” to discuss spiraling violence and crime perpetrated by migrants in the area. Residents complained that police often refuse to respond to calls for help and begged city officials to restore order. One resident said: “I was born here and I do not feel safe anymore.” City officials flatly rejected the complaints. Mayor Thomas Kufen said: “Altenessen is not a no-go area, the people here are just angry.” Police Chief Frank Richter added: “I am sick and tired of hearing about no-go zones in Essen.” He insisted that Essen und Altenessen are perfectly safe.

October 7. The Sarah Nußbaum Haus, a kindergarten in Kassel, announced that it would not be celebrating Christmas this year, “because of the high proportion of Muslim children.” According to local media, there will be “no Christmas tree, no Christmas stories and no Christmas spirit.” Non-Muslim parents said that celebrating Christmas is a normal “part of the integration process to get to know the new culture.” School officials responded by saying that because of the different cultures of the children, the school was “renouncing” Christian rituals. They also said that teachers at the school are now required to ensure that the children do not exchange their sandwiches, to prevent Muslim children from eating pork.

October 8. Welt am Sonntag reported that during the first six months of 2016, more than 2,000 migrants who requested asylum were found to be carrying false passports, but German border control officers allowed them into the country anyway. Migrants with false papers could be linked to the Islamic State, security analysts warned.

October 10. Jaber al-Bakr, a 22-year-old refugee from Syria, was arrested after police found explosives in his apartment in Chemnitz. He was suspected of plotting to bomb an airport in Berlin. Two days later, he hanged himself in a jail in Leipzig.

October 14. German President Joachim Gauck, who is stepping down for health reasons, said he believed that Germany will eventually have a Muslim president. Of the eleven German presidents so far, nine have been Protestant and two have been Catholic. Gauck’s statement caused a stir in Germany. Some said that all German citizens are eligible for the position, regardless of confession, and others said a Muslim president would further divide society. Vice President of the European Parliament Alexander Graf Lambsdorff said: “A mullah with a turban would be impossible, but a representative of modern, enlightened Islam, such as the mayor in London, of course.” The Office of the President told Bild that the oath of office would never be changed from “so help me God” to “so help me Allah.”

October 14. Green Party politician Volker Beck called on Germans to learn Arabic so that they can communicate with migrants who do not speak German. When asked on NTV how migrants can integrate if there are no German speakers in many parts of German cities, he replied: “Other countries are more relaxed about the fact that, in some areas, a different language is spoken by a migrant community. In the US, you will find your Chinatown, you will find areas where Mexicans live, or whatever community is strong in a city.” He also said it was good that German is not spoken in many German mosques. “Arab sermons are a piece of home,” he said.

October 14. Volker Kauder, a key member of Chancellor Angela Merkel’s party, threatened internet giants such as Facebook and Google with fines up to 50,000 euros ($53,000) if they fail to tackle online hate speech. The move comes amid a rise in anti-immigration sentiment in Germany.

October 15. A Syrian migrant disrupted a wedding at the Karmel Church in downtown Duisburg. He burst into the building and began fondling a statue of the Virgin Mary while shouting “Allahu Akhbar” (“Allah is the greatest.”) After undergoing a psychological evaluation, the man was released. The incident is one of a growing number in which Muslim migrants have disrupted or vandalized German churches.

October 16. A 16-year-old boy and his 15-year-old girlfriend were walking along the banks of the Alster, a lake in the heart of Hamburg, when a stranger ambushed him from behind and plunged a knife into his back. The attacker then pushed the girl into the water and walked away. The girl survived, but the boy died of his wounds. The suspect, a “southern-looking” (südländischer Erscheinung) man in his early twenties, remains at large. Police say the victims were not robbed and there is no evident motive for the crime: The suspect appears to have randomly stabbed the boy just because he felt like it. The Islamic State later claimed responsibility for the murder, but German police cast doubt on that claim.

October 17. The German Press Council reprimanded the weekly newspaper, Junge Freiheit, for revealing the nationality of three Afghan teenagers who raped a woman at a train station in Vienna, Austria, in April 2016. The press council said the nationality of the perpetrators was “not relevant” to the case, and by revealing this information the newspaper “deliberately and pejoratively represented the suspects as second-class persons.” In the interests of “fair reporting,” the council demanded that the newspaper remove the offending item from its website. The newspaper refused to comply, and said it would continue to publish the nationalities of criminal suspects.

October 17. The German branch of Open Doors, a non-governmental organization supporting persecuted Christians, reported that Muslims are attacking Christians at refugee shelters throughout Germany. The NGO documented 743 incidents between May and September 2016, but said they were only the “tip of the iceberg.” The report said:

“Many of the refugees concerned have previously been persecuted and discriminated against in their Islamic countries of origin and have therefore fled to Germany. The religious minorities in refugee accommodations are now experiencing the same oppression prevalent in their countries of origin.”

October 17. The Federal Statistics Office reported that the birthrate in Germany reached the highest level in 33 years in 2015, boosted mainly by babies born to migrant women. The rate was 1.5 births per woman in 2015, up from 1.47 births in 2014, and the highest figure since 1982 when it was 1.51. For German women, the birth rate increased only slightly from 1.42 children per woman in 2014 to 1.43 in 2015. For women of foreign nationality, the rate increased from 1.86 to 1.95 children per woman.

October 18. Sigrid Meierhofer, the mayor of Garmisch-Partenkirchen, in an urgent letter (Brandbrief) to the Bavarian government, threatened to close a shelter that houses 250 mostly male migrants from Africa if public safety and order could not be restored. The letter, which was leaked to the Münchner Merkur, stated that local police had responded to more emergency calls during the past six weeks than in all of the previous 12 months combined.

October 18. Süddeutsche Zeitung reported that during the first eight months of 2016, more than 17,000 migrants sued the Federal Office for Migration and Refugees (BAMF) for not giving them full refugee status. Most Syrian refugees in Germany receive only partial asylum status, known as subsidiary protection, which delays family repatriations by at least two years. According to Süddeutsche, 90% of the refugees who challenged the subsidiary protection status in court won their case and were granted full rights under the Geneva Convention. Refugees with full status are allowed immediately to submit applications to bring spouses and children to Germany. If all of the 17,000 migrants win their cases, hundreds of thousands of additional migrants would be allowed to come to Germany.

October 19. Bild reported that a 49-year-old Syrian refugee in Rhineland-Palatinate is seeking social welfare benefits in Germany for his four wives and 23 children. The man, identified as Ghazia A., told Bild that “according to our religion, I have the duty to visit and be with each family equally, and not show any preferential treatment.” Local officials told the newspaper that the family is integrating well and all of the children are going to school.

October 19. A 29-year-old migrant from Syria appeared in court on charges of sexually molesting ten children in Freiburg and Müllheim. The father of one of the victims took a photograph of the suspect, but police waited ten days before acting on the lead.

October 19. A 16-year-old German-Moroccan girl appeared in court on terrorism charges. In February 2016, when she was 15, she stabbed a police officer with a kitchen knife at the central train station in Hanover. Prosecutors say she was conducting a “martyrdom operation” for the Islamic State.

October 20. Pupils at a grade school in Garmisch-Partenkirchen were required to memorize and recite the shahada, the Muslim profession of faith (“There is no god but Allah, and Mohammed is his messenger.”), in both German and Arabic, for an interfaith chapel service.

October 21. In an interview with Welt am Sonntag, Islam expert and Green Party member Kurt Edler said that Syrian migrants should be allowed to set up their own city in Germany as a way to prevent radicalization. He said: “Why do not we set up a New Aleppo in Pomerania? Then we can show that what the British and Irish emigrants have done in the North East of the USA is also possible with us.”

October 24. A group of Serbian teenagers in Hamburg were handed suspended sentences for gang-raping a 14-year-old girl and leaving her for dead in sub-zero temperatures. The judge said that although “the penalties may seem mild to the public,” the teens had all made confessions, appeared remorseful and longer posed a danger to society. The ruling, which effectively allowed the rapists to walk free, provoked a rare moment of public outrage over the problem of migrant sex crimes in Germany.

October 24. A YouGov poll found that 68% of Germans believe that security in Germany has deteriorated over the past several years. Also, 68% of respondents said they fear for their lives and property in German train stations and subways, while 63% feel unsafe at large public events.

October 25. Seven migrant boys, some as young as seven years old, sexually assaulted three girls (ages 9, 11 and 14) at a public swimming pool in Berlin.

October 25. The German edition of the Huffington Post published an article by a Syrian migrant named Aras Bacho in which he demanded that all signs and products in Germany be translated into in Arabic to make life easier for migrants. He wrote:

“As a refugee I believe that in Europe the street signs should be translated into Arabic. Likewise, food packaging should be in Arabic. It should also be possible to take exams in Arabic…. Most refugees have been driving in Syria. It would be helpful if the road signs were in Arabic. We should help these people more, no matter what it costs.”

October 25. Police in five German states raided a dozen apartments and a refugee shelter as part of a counter-terrorism investigation. Fourteen Chechens, all asylum seekers who arrived in Germany in 2013, are at the center of a probe into “terrorist financing.” No one was arrested.

October 25. A group of Muslim children shouting “Allahu Akbar” threw stones at a visiting Ethiopian priest who was walking to a chapel in Raunheim. Police said the priest was targeted because he was wearing a cross.

October 27. A ten-year-old girl was raped while she was riding her bicycle to school in Leipzig. Police published a facial composite of the migrant suspect with the politically correct warning: “This image is to be published only in print media products in the Leipzig region. Publishing it on the internet, including on social media such as Facebook, is not covered by the court order and is therefore not allowed.”

October 27. Officials in Monheim donated 845,000 euros ($890,000) of taxpayer money to two Islamic associations, to build mosques in the town. The money will be used to purchase land for the mosques, the construction of which will be paid for by the Turkish government. Mayor Daniel Zimmermann said he hopes the mosques will promote Muslim integration. “I hope the mosques will be city-shaping and also architectural monuments,” he said. The grant is subject to only one condition: the minarets must not be more than 25 meters (80 feet) high.

October 27. Deutsche Welle reported that the parents of a German teenager face prosecution for refusing to allow their son to enter a mosque during a school field trip. The parents were fined 300 euros ($315) for their son’s truancy. The prosecutor’s office in Itzehoe is now reviewing whether or not the parents should appear in court because they did not pay the fine. The school’s principal, Renate Fritzsche, said that there are no exceptions to Germany’s mandatory school law. The goal of education, Fritzsche emphasized, is to teach children about other cultures so they will be able to interact and tolerate them.

October 27. Berliner Zeitung reported that a 19-year-old Syrian migrant, identified only as Shaas Al-M., scouted out potential terror targets in Berlin for the Islamic State. He was allegedly actively recruiting assassins in Germany and was preparing to attack when he was arrested in March 2016. The man, who received religious and military training with the Islamic State in Syria, arrived in Germany in the summer of 2015 posing as a Syrian refugee.

October 28. Reuters reported that many Arab mosques in Germany are more conservative than those in Syria. The report states: “A dozen Syrians in six places of worship in three cities told Reuters they were uncomfortable with very conservative messages in Arabic-speaking mosques. People have criticized the way the newcomers dress and practice their religion, they said. Some insisted the Koran be interpreted word-for-word.”

October 28. A mob of 17 Muslim migrants sexually assaulted two women in front of a church in Freiburg. Police arrested three of the men, all from Gambia, who arrived in Germany as refugees in 2015 and had previously been detained for other crimes.

October 28. Der Spiegel reported that Justice Minister Heiko Maas wants to make it easier for German courts to void child marriages. There currently are 1,475 married adolescents in Germany; 361 of them are younger than 14 years, 120 are 14 or 15 years old. According to German law, young people above the age of 16 may marry, but only if the other spouse is 18 and a family court gives a so-called exemption. Maas wants to tighten the criteria for this. The exemption is to be granted only “if the intended marriage does not affect the welfare of the applicant.” Günter Krings (CDU), parliamentary secretary of state, said the measure does not go far enough. “For the sake of clarity of our legal system, we should consistently ensure that no marriages with minors can be concluded in our country, even in exceptional cases,” he said.

October 31. A 53-year-old woman attacked two police officers after they entered her apartment in Mülheim. The officers were checking in on her after she had allegedly thrown furniture out the window. When she refused to open the door, the officers broke it down. Once inside the apartment, the veiled woman attacked them with a box-cutter while shouting “Allahu Akbar” (“Allah is the greatest.”) Police said the woman was a Muslim convert and was already familiar to police after a series of earlier incidents linked with Islamic extremism. (Hier)

21 Gedanken zu „31 Tage im kulturbereicherten Deutschland

  1. Kristian

    Man ist nur fassungslos – wählt richtig, lasst Euch nicht von denen , die sich alles richten können, einlullen.
    Und zeigt kräftig Zivilcourage ……

  2. Lisa

    @Kristian: Crime and violence ist immer ein scoop. Statt seiner Befindlichkeit, Empörung, Betroffenheit und Wut Ausdruck zu verleihen, wäre es aber doch ergiebiger, konkrete Vorschläge zu skizzieren. Die Lösung eines Problems den Parteien zu überlassen ist einfach nur eine kindische Sehnsucht, dass Papa es schon richten wird. Was würden Sie denn vorschlagen, welche Massnahmen unter Beachtung der Fakten (nationale und internationle Gesetze, Personalbedarf, Raum, direkte Einflussmöglichkeiten der Einheimischen, vorhandene Finanzlage etc) denn überhaupt möglich sind?

  3. cmh


    1. Rückbesinnung auf die christlich-abendländischen Wurzeln
    2. Die Gutmenschen in den Regierungen zu kräftigen Steuererhöhungen und Kürzungen der Sozialleistungen zwingen.
    3. Den Medien ständig widersprechen. Alternativen aufbauen.
    4. Die Behörden mit sinnlosen Eingaben zum Wahnsinn treiben.
    5. Nach den nächsten Wahlen die Gutmenschen aus den Regierungen zur persönlichen Verantwortung bringen.
    6. Warm anziehen.
    7. Das Land und den Staat wieder aufbauen.

    Das Lustige an den Vorschlägen liegt daran, dass diese keine Vorschläge sind, sondern eine mMn plausible Fortschreibung der jetzigen Zustände. Einzig der Punkt 1) ist bewusst anzustreben. Alle anderen werden von alleine passieren. Die Vehemenz, mit der Punkt 1) angestrebt wird entscheidet darüber, wer den Punkt 7) durchführt und wie der das dann tut.

    Bevor man sich denjenigen, die noch nicht so lange hier sind zuwenden kann, muss man sich selbstverständlich denjenigen zuwenden, die zwar schon länger hier sind, darüber aber vergessen haben, dass der bisher herrschende Zustand ein Wert ist, den es zu verteidigen gilt. Werte, die nicht verteidigt werden sind genauso wenig Werte wie die, für deren Kosten man andere aufkommen lässt.

  4. Gerald Steinbach

    Zuerst sollte man sich die Herkunft der Täter anschauen, wenn diese ermittelt sind , sollte man sich die Gründe anschauen , warum dies so ist, beide Fragen kann man getrost wahrheitsgetreu beantworten
    Und das sich politisch in Deutschland bzw Austria nichts ändern wird, kann man nur gegen die Auswirkungen Maßnahmen setzen, wie Pfefferspray, nicht alleine unterwegs zu später Stunde, als Frau keine kurzen Röcke,…usw
    Normalerweise ist es immer dumm, die Auswirkungen zu bekämpfen und nicht die Ursache, aber mir fällt zur Ursachenbekämpfung geeignete Maßnahmen zu finden nichts ein, abgesehen die von der Politik nicht gewünscht sind und unter Menschenverachtend eingestuft werden

  5. sokrates9

    Solche Auswirkungen kann man entweder akzeptieren oder radikal – von radix der Wurzel- bekämpfen!
    Wer ist Kriegsflüchtling / wer Wirtschaftsflüchtling/ Asyl auf Zeit /wenn Rückname verweigert wird – ernstes Wort mit diesen Staaten – Alternative: Lager in Ägypten wo alle Afrikaner zurückgebracht werden / Familienzusammenführung – absolutes NO GO / Richter müssen für Fehlurteile zur Verantwortung gezogen werden dürfen / Richter haben Gesetze zu exekutieren und nicht romantische Linkspolitik zu machen!

  6. Falke

    Sie sagen es: Wenn nationale und internationale Gesetze sowie EU-Verträge und -Richtlinien buchstabengetreu (von Anfang an!) beachtet worden wären, hätten wir all die im Artikel nur beispielsweise aufgezählten Probleme nicht. Langsam (und vor allem wegen des rasanten Aufschwungs der sogenannten “Rechtspopulisten”) erinnert sich die Politik an diese Gesetze und versucht sie – zumindest scheinbar und in öffentlichen Erklärungen – durchzusetzen. Da dies allerdings jetzt äußerst mühsam und aufwändig ist, sind die Ergebnisse dieser Bemühungen praktisch Null. Dazu scheint – zumindest in Deutschland – die Bevölkerung mehrheitlich bereit zu sein, diejenigen Politiker, die ihr das eingebrockt haben, immer wieder zu wählen. Möglicherweise sind den Menschen dort die Konsequenzen (noch) nicht voll bewusst. Daher ist eine Verbesserung der Lage nicht zu erwarten, ganz im Gegenteil.

  7. Lisa

    @Gerald Steinbach: vielleicht müsste man sich das “menschenverachtend” mal genau ansehen…
    Dass jeder Mensch mit gleichen Rechten geboren wird, sei unbestritten. Kaum auf der Welt, schlagen ihm aber die Fakten ins neugeborene Gesicht: WAs nützt ihm eine internationales, vorn “Politikern” mit einem Kritzel unterschreibenes Recht, wenn die Tatsachen nicht geändert werden können oder wollen oder dürfen?
    Was nützt das Recht auf ein behütetesAufwachsen, wenn das Baby im Krieg geboren wird? von einer Drogensüchtigen aufgezogen? von einem pädophilen Stiefvater? in Kulturen, wo es schlicht normal ist, Mädchen nach der Geburt zu töten, wenn man das Geld für eine pränatale Geschlchtsbestimmun nicht hat? All die Gebärenden und Aufziehenden haben den Fetzen nämlich nicht unterschrieben. Ebensowenig die Folterer und Gewalttäter an Erwachsenen später irgendwo, wenn ihre Auffassung von Gut und Böse anders lautet als anderswo. Also, bevor Rechte und Würde in den Mund – oder aufs Papier – genommen werden, müsste eine klare Definition von Gut und Böse stattfinden. Da dies jedoch in jeder Generation, unter jedem neuen System wieder aufgeweicht, verändert, mithin überhaupt nicht übermenschlich festgelegt ist, geht der Macht- und Meinungskampf endlos weiter. Spannend…

  8. Lisa

    @cmh: wie sollte denn so eine “Rückbesinnung” aussehen? Sie vergessen, dass unser Jugend international beeinflusst und anders vernetzt ist als die Jugend im 19. Jh. am Dorf, wo der Pfarrer, der Arzt und der Lehrer noch was galten… Die Neonazis berufen sich ja auch auf eine abendländische, wenn auch nicht christliche, Vergangenheit. Die jungen Menschen können wegen der wisenschaftlichen Indoktrination in den Schulen der religiösen nichts abgewinnen: die Welt in 7 Tagen? Sie lernen Silur und K-ambrium und wowas wieUrknall. Adam und Eva? Was ist mir Lucy und dem Neandertaler? Jesus? Angesichts der Faktenlage und den nachfolgenden Legenden höchst zweifelhaft. Luther? Daist die Faktenlage etwas konkreter: in manchen Dingen ein Psyschopath. Aber dass ein Wertediskussion stattfinden muss, ist schon klar, wenn nicht einfach hedonistisch in den Tag hinein gelebt werden soll. (erster Diskussionsbeitrag: Warum eigentlich nicht?)

  9. Gerald Steinbach

    Perfekt aufgearbeitet und ihr letzter Satz lässt vermuten das ohne einen gravierenden Politikwechsel dies so weiter läuft bis zum Sankt Nimmerleinstag
    Ich fürchte, wie von Herrn Friedrich Orter im ORF vor ca 4 Wochen von ihm beschrieben, dass in ca 25 Jahren der Gesellschaftliche Wechsel so weit fortgeschritten ist und sich danach entscheiden wird ob sich der “gemäßigte Islam” oder vielleicht doch der radikale Islam durchsetzen wird in westlichen Europa und sich erst dann die Menschen bewusst werden, welch Katastrophe sich hier anbahnt, natürlich ist es dann viel zu spät!

  10. Gerald Steinbach

    Nachtrag Orter
    “”Unsere Gesellschaft wird sich damit abfinden müssen, dass diese Gefahr bei uns zum Normalzustand werden wird, so pessimistisch das auch klingt””

  11. Gerald Steinbach

    Der ORF dürfte die beiden Fälle vergessen haben, immerhin steht die Kandidatur des Herrn VdB auf den Spiel und das Wasser auf den Mühlen der Populisten soll natürlich nicht fließen

  12. sokrates9

    Gerald Steinbach@ Letzte Woche ist email von Richter in Graz aufgetaucht mit dem Inhalt dass die Amokfahrt natürlich religiös motiviert war, doch man will ja VdB nicht schaden..

  13. cmh

    Klar ist jedenfalls, dass es mit aktuellen Nervenkostume der heutigen, konfliktarm und anspruchsreich erzogenen Jugendlich geht.

    Welches man dann nimmt, ist egal. Ich fürchte nur, dass nicht nur die ohne eigene Schuld wohlstandstraumatisierten Jugendlichen kein Wertegerüst mehr vermittelt bekommen haben, sondern auch dass es an geeigneten Pädagogen mangelt, dieses zu vermitteln.

  14. mariuslupus

    In Österreich und Deutschland wird die Identität der Täter verschwiegen, um den Eindruck zu erwecken “Jedermann” hätte der Täter sein können.
    Der Unterschied, in den USA, an der Ohio State, ist es heute zum gewalttätigen Überfall gekommen. Die Medien haben den vollen Namen und die Herkunft des Täters, Somali, genannt. Warum ist eine offene Berischterstattung in den USA möglich, und in Europa nicht. Im Namen der politischen Korrektheit werden die Täter zuerst durch die Staatsmacht gedeckt, um anschliessend zu Opfern umdefiniert zu werden.

  15. Lisa

    @Gerald Steinbach: gut gemeint, Ihre Idee, die Identität der Migranten festzustellen. Wie soll das gehen, wenn die Grenzen offen sind? die soziale Kontrolle praktisch inexistent ist, sodass es Illegalen leicht fällt “unterzutauchen”? Und wie wollen Sie die zurückschicken, wenn das Heimatland sie schlicht nicht mehr will? Manchmal, weil sie eh zu den Verlierern und Armen und Faulpelzen gehören, zum andern, weil das LAnd auf die Zahlungen in die Heimat angewiesen ist (die Philippinen leben zu einem beträchtlichen Teil von ihren Auswanderern). Da in Sozialstaaaten auch Arme und Verliererund Faulpelze eine Mindestsicherung erhalten, fällt immer noch was für die Heimat ab. Sri Lanka behandelt Rückgeführte jeweils so, dass die Menschenrechte nicht respektiert werden – und schon darf der Ausgewiesene wieder zurück. Sehr schlau. Alles hängt also an “Kontrollen” jeglicher Art (Grenzkontrollen, Registrierung, Pflichten)- und das ist in liberalen Gesellschaften ein rotes Tuch: Freiheit, Freiheit über alles! Dass die eben von den “andern” auch beansprucht wird, vergessen sie in ihrer Freiheitsbegeisterung.

  16. mariuslupus

    Wieso kann man diese illegalen nicht zurückschicken ? Bitte, nicht Ammenmaärchen der Schlepper in den Regierungen glauben.
    Beispiel Philipinen, falsch, es handelt sich um arbeitende Bevölkerung. Es sind Arbeiter die in den USA, den Emiraten, oder ähnlich, arbeiten, und ihr Geld nach Hause schicken, um ihre Familien zu ernähren. Triffr auch auf Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Südindien zu. Es sind keine Sozialschmarotzer von Staates Gnaden wie die meisten die sich in Europa als “Flüchtlinge” ausgeben.

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