posted on Oct, 3 2015 @ 11:46 AM
a reply to: PhyllidaDavenport
Now now. There is indeed something more vicious behind this. And we are starting to get a picture of it little by little.
First of all, not all of these backpackers are refugess, but mere immigrants. The latter should grant them no prioritised status in EU, but they would
be subject to ordinary immigration and work permit application procedures as usual.
That said, Finland is already planning to send some 8,000 of these "refugees" back to where they came from - i.e. Irak and Afganistan. See, no
refugees bothered to venture so north in dark and cold, but genuine fortune seekers and general humbug only. Question is how all that logistics will
be handled - at the end, there are tens of thousands more to be boomeranged back.
So, if Hamburg is applying a law to forfeit private properties for these "refugees", I assume, the German state has still intention to check which of
them are refugees from Syria, and which are wanna-be immigrants - and subject of deportation.
That said, I wonder, what the same law says about returning confiscated property back to its lawful owners?
edit on 3-10-2015 by deckdel
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