A perennial problem caused by lax border control — we have no idea where many illegal migrants actually come from, and no way of finding out where they can be deported to. They rarely cooperate — take them to what is believed to be “their” embassy to obtain travel documents, and they will tell officials there to take a running jump. The net result is that it becomes impossible to send them back to their country of origin.
Throughout the West, the solution for years to this problem has been to do nothing. The inevitable result is an increasing number of illegal migrants, many hostile to the societies in which the live, just remain where they are. The rapists, robbers, jihadis and whatever else are allowed to wreak havoc.
Don’t worry though, politicians rarely suffer at their hands — they are the ones with security provided by the state. It’s ordinary folk like you who bear the burden.
These criminals must be removed from their unwilling host countries for the proper protection of ordinary citizens.
What is to be done?
Those who refuse to cooperate should be given a stark choice: return to your own land or you will be removed to some far flung (and far from pleasant) overseas outpost. There at least, they will no longer be a threat to anyone but their own kind.
Without a resolve to protect ourselves, the West will have no future but violence and mayhem.
Migrant suspected of 542 crimes can’t be deported from Germany as he doesn’t have PASSPORT
A MIGRANT facing hundreds of criminal investigations cannot be deported from Germany – because officials have no idea where he is from.
By Tom Parfitt, The Express, August 27, 2018:
The man, who came to Germany in 1998 without a passport, claims to be from various North African countries including Algeria and Morocco.
He has allegedly been using legal loopholes to stay in Germany despite having a staggering 542 criminal investigations against him.
The migrant has been accused of a string of crimes including assault, theft, robbery and buying drugs, local media said.
He was recently arrested by police but authorities have clue what the man’s name is nor where he comes from.
As a result, they are unable to deport him to his country of origin.
He reportedly lives on the streets of Frankfurt, a city in central Germany, according to Bild newspaper.
High commissioner Ruedigar Buchta said: “A third of the proceedings were for possession and purchase of narcotics.
“Some were for the fraudulent acquisition of services like fare dodging.
“Added to this is assault, theft and robbery, and many offences against the Residence Act.”
He spoke an unknown language and refused to cooperate with the authorities as well as being deported.
He was allegedly born in 1959 somewhere in North Africa but no country has shown any records of him.
The only information German authorities have on him are his fingerprints but database searches have yielded no matches.
Police have since had to release the man.
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