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The German government has budgeted more than €40 million (£35 million) to pay asylum seekers to voluntarily return to their home countries.
Migrants will be offered financial incentives of up to €1,200 (£1,000) each to leave Germany and withdraw their application for protection, with a lower amount of €800 (£700) if they choose to depart after being refused asylum....
Wow, everyone from those countries will be flocking at Germany's door to get some cash. Maybe if the other countries do the same thing, they will get enough money to take a trip to Disney world or Vegas. Cruise ships will be packed with Muslims.
European leaders are calling newly elected US President Donald Trump “a threat” now. The American chief executive now joins Russia’s Vladimir Putin and jihadist terrorism as Europe’s biggest boogeymen. It’s only a matter of time before the EU levies sanctions on the people of the United States, or vice versa. The European elites are beset by enemies of global ultra-liberalism, yes indeed. journal-neo.org...
originally posted by: Misterlondon
The world has gone mad.. don't think there will be many takers except to for those that abuse this incentive..
€1200 is less than an average months wage in Germany.. not to mention the social welfare system in many eueopean countries, they would earn this in no time if they stay put.
originally posted by: digital01anarchy
Lol sweden found out refugees had been taking vacations back to the counties they fled from for their lives on swedens charity money. Talk about a F-ed up lack of respect by the refugees. I know some people will say they are just visiting their families however if people are paying for you to live in their country it might be a bad idea to take vacations with their charity.
originally posted by: jellyrev
a reply to: digital01anarchy
Is a country that bad if you can go back to it to hang out?
originally posted by: the2ofusr1
a reply to: Skywatcher2011
I think they are seeing the Trump writing on the wall...
A 12-foot high barrier - higher than the Berlin Wall - is being erected in the German city of Munich to protect locals from young refugees who are set to move into the area.
Locals campaigned for the wall, in the suburb of Neuperlach Süd, after authorities decided that some 160 young unaccompanied migrants will move into a large shelter which is less than 100 metres from a residential estate.
Critics say the wall is further proof of the alienation voters feel with Chancellor Angela Merkel's refugee policy.