Skip to comments.Germany's police chief says country struggles to deport foreigners
Posted on 12/25/2019 7:14:12 AM PST by Olog-hai
Germany is struggling to deport rejected asylum seekers, the countrys top police chief said on Wednesday.
Federal police chief Dieter Romann blamed a lack of pre-deportation facilities for deportations not being carried out. Speaking to Germanys Funke media group, he said, there are far too few detention centers in the country.
For the 248,000 foreigners required to be deported, there are just 577 deportation centers for them to be held and processed before leaving the country, Romann told Funke.
However, 119,000 of those have been granted a stay of deportation as local authorities see a reason why they cannot currently be removed from the country.
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Be more unpleasant, and they will leave.
Not your grandfather’s German Police. Like here, get the filthy politicians out of the way and business will be taken care of.
The Germans used to be much more organized about such things.
Why import foreigners in the first place you dummy?
Because the U.N. demands you ruin your country.
Simply declare war on the U.N.
Germany is setting up for another Hitler.
German police chiefs sure have changed since Heydrich.
OR you father’s German Police either. = When I was stationed in “K-Town” in the early 1970s, we apprehended a pair of Non-German prowlers on post, notified the local PD & the prowlers, who were illegal aliens, were OUT of the FRG within about 4 hours.
(Photographed, fingerprinted, declared to be “undesirables” & ordered to NOT ever return to Germany “on pain of imprisonment”.)
In those days the German police “didn’t play around with” crooks, criminals & creeps.
That was precisely why it was decided to flood Germany with immigrants after the war. The thought being that it would never be possible for another Hitler to rise to power. Jews in pre-war Germany were a relatively small portion of the German population.
Those certainly werent the Keystone Kops who bungled Munich in 1972.
In the 1970's the Germans started importing Gastarbeiter (guest workers), mostly from Turkey. Turks were the butt of jokes, sort of like Pollack jokes in the United States. They were seen as sort of hapless, and they were not considered permanent residents, merely guests, who were expected to return to their home countries. Eventually, they brought their families along, their kids went to school in Germany and felt that they were Germans.
All you have to do is look at the current version of die Mannschaft, the German national soccer team.
Having been stationed in West Berlin 1966-1969, I know whereof you speak. One simply didn’t mess with the polizei. They were welcome at the Berlin Brigade gym and swimming pool and I observed some very, very rough men. Most were WW2 vets and many had nasty battle scars. Not to be trifled with. They were carrying P 38’s then. I was also very impressed with their police dogs.
Daran hättet ihr vor langer Zeit nachdenken sollen!
Because plain and simple.....European men are wussies.
The Germans also used to use box cars as public transportation for their undesirable residents. I guess they dont do that anymore.
If you wait long enough, there won’t be any native Germans left, because the muzzies will have killed you all.
Freeper pepsionice has a blog titled "Schnitzel Republic". wherein he describes life in Germany from an American's point of view.
He destroyed some stereotype of mine, mostly about German efficiency, i.e. trains running late, four cars out of six have non-working toilets, A/C on the Fritz (pun not intended) more times than not (95 deg F in cars in summer), Berlin airport construction running YEARS and money over budget, immigration mishandling, etc., etc.
Then he gets into the crack-brained (my term) Climate Change tactics they have embraced to save the world. Quite a letdown for this first-generation Kraut.
Two world wars took their toll on German manhood.
What did they expect??
One generation in and they’re native-born Germans. No deportation then, and that was precisely the plan all along.
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