German Paper Admits Most ‘Boat Migrants’ Are Not Real Refugees.

German Paper Admits Most ‘Boat Migrants’ Are Not Real Refugees.

German Paper Admits Most ‘Boat Migrants’ Are Not Real Refugees.

It took the political editor this long to solve the mystery? 🤓

– German newspaper Die Welt admitted that most of the migrants coming in boats across the Mediterranean are not genuine refugees.

The paper’s political editor Marcel Leubecher noted: “Contrary to popular belief, the majority of those arriving in Italy are not refugees. The main countries of origin for boat migrants in January were Algeria, Ivory Coast, and Bangladesh.”

He went on to note that 95 per cent of the asylum applications from the aforementioned countries were rejected and that Libyans made up hardly any of the asylum seekers who arrived in Europe despite their country being in the middle of civil conflict.

The biggest problem that will need to be resolved…despite the inability to claim refugee status, a high number remain in Europe, despite orders to deport them.

In 2018, the German Federal Office for Migration and Refugees (BAMF) admitted that only a small fraction of failed African asylum seekers have actually been deported from the country and most have a high possibility of never being deported at all.

Even when migrants have been deported, many of them simply return to Europe. A total of 28,283 migrants are known to have returned to Germany since 2012 after being deported, 5,000 of which have done so on multiple occasions.

Other countries like the UK have not fared better when it comes to deporting illegal failed asylum seekers. According to a report released last month, just 15 per cent of migrants coming into Britain illegally are actually sent back to their country of origin.

* The problem is quite clear: roaming illegal migrants. The leaders of Europe are simply failing to deport those who do not belong, and both the smugglers and NGOs are taking advantage of this weakness.

Attitudes will have to change, or Europeans will eventually be forced to adjust to a new “way of life”.