Quarter of a million Syrians allowed to bring families to Germany: Not included in official asylum figures

Slightly over a quarter million Syrian refugees have permission to bring their families from the war-torn country to Germany, a report in Bild claims.

The report published on Tuesday is based on a leaked official document looking into the effects of the refugee influx on Germany.

It states that 268,000 Syrian refugees currently have the right to bring their families to Germany.

Asylum seekers who are given full refugee status have the right to bring their families to Germany immediately. The families must not make asylum requests and are not included in official asylum figures, Die Welt reports.

Gee, good thinkin Merkel.

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  • Waffle

    The Germans are famous for their meticulous records keeping. This trait was enhanced to a high art during the 30’s and 40’s thanks to new technology from IBM (punch card readers, etc.). When you’re eliminating people is is useful and profitable to quantify and monetize the value of their various parts (like gold tooth fillings) and other possessions. However, in this case, we seem to have a reverse situation, so it’s “off the books”, so to speak. No quantification necessary.

    • I bet Merkel is pissed.

    • LairdKintyre

      The first genocide of the Jews was meticously documented. The genocide of the Europeans is happening right in front of us and no-one cares let alone Mutter Merkel.

      • dance…dancetotheradio

        And that’s why deniers are so full of it.

    • Shebel

      Maybe, when you are Eliminating your Culture , your Beliefs, your Religion, your Country and your SELF—- You don’t want to keep Records.

    • Blind Druid

      Very good point. However – (and this comment would put me in jail in Germany) – it takes about 10 – 15 kg of coal to effectively incinerate a human body in a closed convection chamber. There are zero – I repeat zero – records of the thousands of tons of coal that would have to have been shipped by train to the death camps, in order to accomplish the claimed degree of human corpse disposal. Coal would be the only practical fuel available, but not a trace of proof exists of any large shipments.

      • Waffle

        Many of the extermination camps were located near coal mines.

      • Shebel

        So the Germans learned to efficiently burn stuff to produce nothing ?
        I will try to careful here.
        I once had to burn thousands of chickens—
        Once the fire is hot—- you just toss more on.
        Nothing complicated.
        The people become the fuel.
        The chickens were the fuel.

  • Linda1000
    • just_one_Sewer Rat_guy

      So stealing!

  • k1962

    Soon, so can our 40,000 if you can sponsor people while living on welfare :/

  • just_one_Sewer Rat_guy