Not just by foot: 14,000 illegals crossed the German border by bus and train, most from Austria.
Most of the migrants were from Afghanistan, Nigeria, Iraq, Syria and Turkey.
However, in the future, the German police may be handcuffed from apprehending these illegal migrants. The activist ‘judges’ at the European Court of Justice (ECJ) ruled that Germany’s membership of the Schengen area prohibits bus companies from checking passenger identity papers. (Imagine some globalist court giving mandates to company owners on how to operate their business.)
Even the ECJ seems infiltrated with Soros moles…or witless baboons without an ounce of common sense. It would not be too difficult to know whose passports to check. It’s called profiling and it works.
* The V4 Report found two aspects of this story puzzling and concerning.
1. Some 6,000 illegals entered on buses and trains from Austria, while the next highest number of illegal crossings took place on the border with France and Switzerland.
Yet, federal police only refused entry to illegal migrants who crossed the Austrian-German border. Why is Germany granting entry to illegals from France and Switzerland?
This does not make sense, but it could have something to do with Germany’s relationship with France. One could also assume that the migrants from France most likely would be from Africa, while the migrants from Austria would either originate from the Balkans or Middle East. We are not sure what to make of Germany’s inconsistencies or the reason behind this policy.
2. Most troubling is the ruling by the European Court of Justice (ECJ), which seems to be doing its best to help destabilize Europe. Passport checks on buses are set to become more difficult after the European Court of Justice ruled that Germany’s membership of the Schengen area prohibits bus companies from checking passenger identity papers.
Talk about disarming. Schengen was not designed to assist with illegal migration and neither was the ECJ. Whatever one thinks of Schengen, it cannot function with an external border that is not secure or without a system to deport the illegals outside of Europe.
We would advise Germany to ignore and defy the insane ruling of the ECJ. National security comes first before Schengen.
Eventually, those pro-Schengen advocates of open-borders may end up shooting their own eyes out. One cannot have both.