More Asylum Seekers Going Back To Native Countries for ‘Holidays’

Despite claiming to be persecuted in their home countries, more asylum seekers living in Germany are travelling back to their homelands for “holidays.”

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  • Ottawa Eyes

    This certainly has been going on for decades with Somali “refugees” to Canada many of whom go back to Somalia months (the place they claimed to flee out of fear for their lives) and yet continue to get their Canadian tax payer funded government benefit checks and continue to live in public housing, though I believe the rule for housing is that if you aren’t living in it for 35 days (other than for being in hospitalized) you lose that housing unit.

    But then there is one set of rules for Canadians and another for “refugees”.

    • Editor

      Yep, I doubt any Ontario public housing official would have the nerve to call out a somali family on their eligibility for public housing unless they have a career death wish. Somali warlord Mohamed Farrah Aidid’s wife was on welfare in Toronto while her husband was fighting for control of Mogadishu in the early 90s.

      • Ottawa Eyes

        And she was flying around the world, while on Ontario/Canada government benefits, trying to get financial support for her warlord husband.

      • Waffle

        Which wife was that — #1, #2, #3 or #4?

    • lolwut? (Deplorable Hoser)

      They all do it., not just Somalis.

    • tom_billesley

      They’d just sub-let to some illegal Somalis.

  • PaulW

    So they can have their cake and eat it too. Boy, is the West being taken for a ride by these “refugees” (and the final destination? An Islamic, sharia compliant state).

    • Norman_In_New_York

      The asylum granters are not stupid, but are political hacks who don’t give a shit.

      • Tooth&Claw

        I disagree. They are stupid and willfully blind to the long term consequences of their actions.

  • Barrington Minge

    Why doesn’t she dump the garbage bag off the back?

  • Cancel their passports and leave them there.

  • Frances

    I remember, back in the day, when the Hungarian refugees arrived. Boy did they ever work hard to become employable. And they did NOT go back on holidays – couldn’t. I knew one man – who got out before the revolution of 1956 on step ahead of the police – who openly said he would never be able to return to see his old home. He totally identified with the song “Scottish Soldier”. And yes, he had a good job here in Canada and supported his family.