MIGRANT INVASION: “Large influx” of Gaza refugees coming Germany as Israel bombs them out of Gaza
As if there were not already enough refugees within its borders, Germany is poised to welcome potentially millions more from the war-torn Palestinian enclave of Gaza, which Israel is attempting to take over by killing and expelling all current residents.
According to Bild, a top German media outlet, the Germany embassy in Cairo has set up a large makeshift processing center on its grounds, as well as recruited crisis support teams to assist with applications, that are expected to be used to funnel the residents of Gaza into Germany.
On Monday, the foreign office in Berlin announced that it is successfully repatriating hundreds of German citizens who have been stuck in Gaza since the October 7 Hamas attack that triggered a full-scale war by Israel against the Palestinian territory.
“We have so far been able to ensure that around 320 Germans, including their family members, have been able to leave Gaza safely,” said Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock, refusing to answer Bild‘s questions about precisely how many residents of Gaza will be welcomed into Germany.
(Related: Since at least the start of the Wuhan coronavirus [COVID-19], Germany’s leaders have upheld a policy welcoming migrants while excluding native Europeans.)
Security officials worry Hamas will terrorize Germany after resettlement
Photos from the garden of the German embassy in Cairo show a rather large operation taking shape, the suggestion being that a lot of Palestinians are about to be relocated to the European powerhouse.
“The construction of processing stations under a tent roof in the embassy garden suggests that Minister Annalena Baerbock’s department may be preparing for a larger influx of Gaza refugees,” Bild reported.
According to the same report, there is now “great concern” among security officials that Germany’s plan, as loose as it is, will allow for Hamas militants to be flown into Germany where they will then potentially terrorize the nation.
Germany’s family reunification rules make it entirely possible for Hamas militants to get lumped in with innocent civilians, rendering Germany the newest hotbed of Palestinian “freedom fighting.”
Opposition politicians are raising serious concerns about all this while urging Germany’s majority government to think wisely about this and take extra precautions.
“The federal government must ensure that it does not bring Hamas supporters or even terrorist murderers into the country,” commented Andrea Lindholz, a CSU security spokeswoman and vice president of its parliamentary party in the Bundestag.
“To achieve this, thorough police work by German and Israeli authorities is essential before departure from Cairo.”
As you may recall from a few years back, a similar scenario unfolded when Germany welcomed in all those refugees from Syria. This allowed the Islamic “death cult” known as ISIS to infiltrate Europe while falsely claiming to be “asylum seekers.”
It was recently confirmed that the migrant crisis that consumed swaths of Europe in 2015 resulted in terrorists also entering Europe and slaughtering dozens of people in Paris, as one example.
In at least one instance, a person holding a Syrian passport was found feigning to be an asylum seeker. It turns out the guy was a terrorist using and abusing Europe’s humanitarian efforts for evil.
“These individuals took advantage of the refugee crisis … of the chaos, perhaps, for some of them to slip in,” said French Prime Minister Manuel Valls at the time.
Meanwhile, activists throughout Germany are calling on their government to stop supporting Israel in its destruction and displacement of Gaza in the first place, calling it a “genocidal war.”
“German people know they have been misled … by allowing 1.5 million Muslim migrants into the EU, prompting Brexit,” a reader commented about the matter.
Predominantly white nations are increasingly under attack by a government-forced influx of non-white “refugees” and “asylum seekers.” Learn more at Migrants.news.
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