Now we begin to see why Merkel and her allies have been so determined to enable the massive Muslim migrant influx into Germany. It’s all about money for them. They jump on the gravy train, making money off the Muslim migrants by means of bribes, as well as by steering the migrants to hotels and other facilities that they own. It is no surprise that no effective opposition has yet developed to Merkel and her policies. Yes, there is AfD, but they never had a realistic chance of denying Merkel power. And most politicians wouldn’t dare turn against her. It’s much more lucrative to abet Germany’s national suicide.
In the short run, anyway.
“Merkel Implicated in Migration Agency Scandal Where 46 Radical Islamists Were Granted Asylum,” by Chris Tomlinson, Breitbart, June 5, 2018 (thanks to Todd):
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has been implicated in the ongoing Federal Office for Migration and Refugees (BAMF) scandal with the former president of the agency claiming to have informed Merkel twice about the ongoing problems.
Former president of BAMF Frank-Jürgen Weise then alleged that after informing the German leader, Ms. Merkel did not act on his concerns, L’Express reports.
“The failure lies in the inaction (of the government) since the challenges that Germany would face with the arrival of refugees were clear,” Weise said and added: “The crisis could have been avoided.”
The scandal, which has rocked the German federal government over the past month, emerged from a BAMF office in Bremen which has been accused of corruption and taking bribes for granting 1,200 asylum claims to migrants who did not qualify between 2013 and 2016.
The Bremen office denied the allegations, insisting that the applications got through because the migrant crisis of 2015 had totally overwhelmed their staff.
Over the weekend the scandal deepened considerably after it was revealed that 46 of the 1,200 asylum seekers granted asylum were known radical Islamic extremists and that since 2000, the Bremen office had granted asylum status to at least 115 individuals considered to be persons of interest by the German intelligence services.
According to an Interior Ministry spokesman, at least one of the 46 Islamists was considered to be a potential terrorist threat.
Merkel’s coalition allies, the Social Democrats (SPD), have also been highly critical of her potential role in the scandal with Deputy Chairman Ralf Stegner saying: “The loss of control over the most important authority in refugee policy served to the detriment of those affected and local authorities, and to the benefit of right-wing populists. The Chancellor has simply failed.”…
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