Hundreds of thousands of Syrian refugees’ relatives expected in Germany

Every Syrian who receives asylum in Germany will eventually bring one dependent, according averages calculated by migration experts in Berlin.

Citing an expert brief from the Federal Office of Migration and Refugees (BAMF), the daily “Süddeutsche Zeitung” reported that some 500,000 spouses, children and parents of unaccompanied minors may join Syrians who have already arrived in Germany.

Last year nearly 428,000 Syrians arrived in Germany, while another 72,000 have arrived so far this year.

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  • Hard Little Machine

    Not one, more likely SEVEN. The German family reunification law is clear on what a family is.

    • Etobicoke_Gladiator

      Face it, folks, we’ve all been Merkeled up the ass.

      • B__2

        Makes you wonder if this is some form of slow suicide bombing by the former East German Merkel. Did she swear to destroy West Germany regardless of the cost all those years ago when East Germany was still communist?

        • Etobicoke_Gladiator

          I really don’t know enough about her to understand what motivates this crazy woman. Then again, I don’t really understand what motivates so many European socialists and other leaders, i.e. Swedish leaders, French leaders, etc. I find it puzzling. At the same time, in Toronto or elsewhere in Canada I cannot fathom or stomach NDP and especially Trudeau supporters. *scratching head*

          • B__2

            I’m leaning more and more to subscribing to the philosopher Stefan Molyneaux’s theory that the leaders know that their welfare states are unsustainable in the long run. That they know that at some point, a crisis will come when the state is unable to pay people who are unproductive or receive more money they they ever have (or ever will) contribute in taxes. Then there will be civil unrest if not civil war and the people will demand changes to their welfare state that are currently unthinkable and currently unimplementable. The leaders must know already that allowing unskilled mass migration is a net negative for a country’s finances for this generation at least. Maybe there are optimist leaders might be hoping that somehow, someday, these uneducated, family- and tribe-loyal will be productive and loyal to the state which is currently subsidising them.

          • k2

            I like him too (though I don’t always agree with him). He mentioned in at least one of his videos (I think that it was “The Decline and Collapse of Sweden”) that most politicians are adicted to power.

            And what do we know about adicts of any kind? They will do pretty well anything to get their “fix” and tend not to look beyond it. I think that there are clearly some politicians who are so desperate to maintain power, they are quite willing to knowingly sacrifice the welfare of their children and future generations, if it allows them to stay in power a little longer. Not all of them, of course, but true for at least some of them, I think.

          • infedel

            they will never be loyal…that is what the nwo wants…break down of nation states.

          • Exile1981

            More likely they hope the strife the muslims cause will give them the premise to can civil liberties.

  • Etobicoke_Gladiator

    Europe is looking more and more attractive as a holiday destination. *sarc* Seriously, I haven’t been to Europe in many years and am going this summer with my wife basically to say good bye to old relatives and visit some cemetaries. Since I’ll be there, I’ll be seeing the sights, too. Likely it will be my last trip there, unless things really turn around. I’m both excited and loathing this trip all at the same time; a lot of mixed emotions for sure. As for Germany, I’m not going this time around but have enjoyed a few trips there before… but would I pick a nation with this many muzzies running amok? Nope. Nein.

    • B__2

      It’s chance to see a primitive third world culture and also see the treasures of two millennia of civilization at the same time. See famous historic buildings, statues, and works of art while you still can – before the nihilistic cult of Islam destroys them as they have done in every country conquered by islam in the last 1400 years – and are still doing so this very day in Syria.

      • Etobicoke_Gladiator

        I’ve been four times before to Europe, my longest trip lasting 89 days (90 and I would’ve required a VISA), and my shortest being five weeks. This summer will be my shortest at 21 days. After this trip, I’ll stick to my favourite places in the US to visit, such as Manhattan and Brooklyn, Charleston, Nashville, New Orleans, Santa Fe, etc. Frankly, I fear that once the Muslims demographically take over Europe – almost a certainty unless radical totalitarianism takes over European governments – the great works of art and cathedrals, etc., will be threatened.

        • B__2

          So, a chance to revisit the traditional American culture before the Republic is destroyed forever by socialists, crony capitalists, and via the imported culture of people fleeing northwards from failed state countries (yes, this mean you, Mexico)?

          • Etobicoke_Gladiator

            America is still gonna last a lot longer (at least another 30 years or so, I predict) in a form resembling its current one, while Europe is drifting faster and faster towards a full blown ‘Eurabia’ with pseudo-Sharia law in place, i.e. no true ‘free speech’ laws, etc. Muslims are routinely given special treatment, and law enforcement treats them differently than other Europeans.

    • ntt1

      I am increasingly glad I made the “rounds” in the 70s each European country actually resembled its PR now its Dakar north everywhere

  • B__2

    The German law applicable is called the “Asylum Procedure Act (AsylVfG)”, and is available online in both German official English translation. Once a foreigner is granted refugee status, Section 26 guarantees spouses of refugees additional official refugee status for the spouse, and any children of the refugee. If the refugee is a minor, Section 26 guarantees refugee status for the minor’s parents (as long as that minor is unmarried) as well as any unmarried siblings of that refugee. Of course, this is just the law regarding refugees – there would be other German laws allowing family reunion, bringing in spouses who are married after the refugee status is awarded, and for sponsorship of immigrants.

    One additional refugee per refugee seems overly optimistic – unless you consider that each of these additional refugees will be expected to bring in another refugee who will then bring in another refugee….etc, etc.

  • Reader

    I am sure it will be a harmonious relationship between the Germans and the newcomers. And speaking of harmonious
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ABcNAwytrOY

    • ntt1

      God I haven’t heard these guys since my acid and mushroom glazed art studies of the 70 s…… flash backs….

  • Shebel

    You need ‘Express Permission ” —–
    -to film how lazy ,useless and violent we are.

    • B__2

      Some of this is probably a fear that this will expose how violent and useless the ‘refugees’ are, as well as a fear that, should the magnitude of the accomodation be known to the tax-paying locals, there would be civil unrest and a demand that the ‘refugees’ go someone else and be subsidised by someone else. Interviewing a Christian refugee and identifying them as Christian might lead to them being intimidated, assaulted, killed or merely ejected from the refugee housing by the muslim refugees. The state wants the ‘integration’ of muslim refugees to be as quiet as possible to presumably present their ‘integration’ as a fait accompli until it is too late to do anything about it.

      Just remember that the Republic Experiment of the USA had as core values the freedom of personal expression and the freedom of the press – rights that were not available in Europe and are still not available in Europe. It’s incidents like this that remind us all of the value of the First Amendment and how we often take these core rights too much for granted.

  • Shebel

    It their any chance that a Jew could Forgive the Germans —
    If it would stiffen their spine.
    Play the odds.

    • infedel

      Catholic Polish and gypsies were in there too; they forgave.

  • infedel

    No..none of your third world arses will ever be European…go home and fix your shit holes.

    • B__2

      Many of the European politicians have publicly expressed a desire that Europe should become more like the Middle East and Africa, and their approval that the migrants should change Europe rather than the other way around. You’ll get little sympathy from these politicians for your views.

      • infedel

        Hang them for treason.

        • ntt1

          yep…lots of lamp posts when the time comes..,.and it will.