German Court System On The Verge Of ‘Collapse’ Due To Mass Immigration

The German court system has been brought “to the limits” due to the massive number of asylum cases waiting to be challenged, the Association of German Administrative Law Judges warned Thursday.

Robert Seegmüller, the organization’s chair, said the courts have piled up a huge backlog, with 250,000 asylum decisions waiting to be challenged in court.

“No” would save a lot of time, money, and lives.

Share
  • Ottawa Eyes

    It’s the same here in Canada with illegal aliens getting free legal aid lawyers and repeatedly appealing losing cases at public expense.

  • Shebel

    ALL is good.
    This is what it is going to take.

  • BillyHW

    3rd world immigrants are a cancer upon humanity.

  • Millie_Woods

    They came seeking asylum. Looks like they found one.

  • seaoh

    Wow. He almost makes Obama look manly ….. Michael Obama that is

  • Reader

    It’s time for a musical interlude.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F0BOo83JHoY

  • Editor

    The German court system could do with one of your “Wir schaffen das,” pep talks about now Mutti Merkel.

  • Mike

    Just hold all appellants in custody pending their appeal. A free ticket home awaits those who want to give up their appeal. A free ticket home awaits those who lose their appeal – straight from detention.

    I suspect that the backlog will go down almost immediately, and that those willing to spend 1-2 years in detention will almost invariably be the (small) percentage of real refugees among the bunch.

  • Norman_In_New_York