It looks like Germany is again in need of some lessons from Dwight Eisenhower, this time regarding deportations.

It looks like Germany is again in need of some lessons from Dwight Eisenhower, this time regarding deportations.

It looks like Germany is again in need of some lessons from Dwight Eisenhower, this time regarding deportations.

– Germany deports Afghan migrants amid recent surge of violence.

It’s a nice headline, but also a dose of reality is needed when one grasps the details regarding just how inept or unwilling Germany has been at deporting migrants outside of Europe.

Think about it. A total of only 868 failed asylum seekers have been sent back to Afghanistan in the past three years. 868 in three years? What was the intake again in Germany over the recent years? 🤨😖

– There were protests because Germany managed to send back a mere 31 rejected asylum seekers to Afghanistan this week. Amazingly, it was only the 32nd deportation flight from Germany to Afghanistan since December 2016.

Not exactly cleaning house in Germany, especially when one considers the demographic nightmare developing in Germany.

Both the EU and Germany offer deceptive “lip service” in order to try to calm the public and to keep leaders like Matteo Salvini – who actually want to introduce meaningful measures to defend Europe – from assuming power. Brussels and Berlin are so easy to predict, which is why both are serial censors.

* It looks like Germany is again in need of some lessons from Dwight Eisenhower, this time regarding deportations.

What Merkel EU can learn from Eisenhower on deportation

https://www.infomigrants.net/en/post/22761/germany-deports-afghan-migrants-amid-recent-surge-of-violence