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Monday, December 04, 2017

Is the German Government’s Newest Scheme Madness on Top of Madness, or Evil on Top of Evil?

 

 

By Jerry PDX
Sunday, December 3, 2017 at 9:16:00 P.M. EST

[Of related interest:

“Nicholas Stix: Is the Final Solution to the German Question at Hand?”; and

“Germany: Angela’s Army? Rapefugees Wage Nationwide War on Police, German Law; Police Chiefs Seek to Make Friends with Kool-Aid; Terrified Judges Submit to Moslem Terrorists.”]


I could barely wrap my mind around this one but it appears to be true:

Yes, Germany is bribing rejected asylum seekers to go home with a one-time payment of 3,000 Euros (3,527 US).

That's like a fortune to Third-Worlders. If they weren't motivated to get to Germany before, now they're going to be rabid. Damn, all you have to do is get there, get rejected, then get paid off.

How about just loading them up in trucks, boats whatever and dumping them back wherever they came from? All those fraudulent males at least. Too simple, I guess, and impractical because there are too many Western bleeding hearts protecting them, no matter how many rapes or other crimes they commit.

At Fox News.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

I guess consider that amount of money an investment. If they do not go the cost of welfare in the decades to come much higher.

And bad press if you use force. Easier and cheaper to bribe them.

Anonymous said...

Are Americans eligible for this? Maybe I could wrangle a free vacation to Europe out of this program. I'll cry discrimination if they don't.