As Germany struggles to cope with its Muslim migrant problem, the Interior Ministry has launched an ad campaign to pay migrants to go back home. This move is a retreat from the globalist utopian vision of open borders and the goal of bringing migrants into Europe as workers and taxpayers to compensate for the low birthrates in Western nations.
Back in 2017, Berlin offered compensation to rejected refugees who wouldn’t fight deportation. Every volunteer returnee normally gets some €1,200 from the German authorities but, according to German media, under the new program they could get up to €3,000.
And while reports (consistent with the globalist agenda) are circulating about public opposition to the idea of paying migrants to go home, that claim is not realistic. Germany has experienced chaos because of the migrant influx, prompting even Angela Merkel to flip-flop on her own views toward migrants. Merkel has even acknowledged the rise of Islamic anti-semitism in her country. Meantime, when a Muslim migrant beheaded a 1-year-old infant, Merkel banned media reporting. The report below minimizes the fallout from the migrant crisis in Germany, and asserts about the Interior Ministry ad campaign:
Ordinary people seemingly did not appreciate the initiative either, with many interpreting the true message behind the slogan as: “Germany is not your land and your future is not here.” Others simply called the campaign “horrible”while slamming the very idea of such initiative as “inhumane.”
Speaking for “ordinary people” is off base, considering the thousands of people in cities across Germany who marched against the migrant influx. Many of those protestors were themselves immigrants and former refugees.
All in all, the majority of Europeans oppose the Muslim migrant influx, as globalists and their media lackeys try to show otherwise.
Paying migrants to return home is a futile venture, as it risks establishing a cycle of returnees who are paid multiple times to go home. But it does indicate that even German officials are now tacitly acknowledging how dangerous open borders are to Germany and any sovereign nation.
“‘Your land, your future’! Germany offers migrants cash to go home in controversial ad campaign,” RT, November 28, 2018:
As Germany still struggles to balance its migration policy, the Interior Ministry has apparently decided to take one of the issues into its own hands and, through an ad campaign, boost the numbers of voluntary repatriations.
The ministry, led by Chancellor Angela Merkel’s Bavarian ally Horst Seehofer, decided to lure potential repatriates with a supposedly bright future awaiting them in their countries of origin – as well as a sort of a complimentary gift should they agree to go home voluntarily.
The ads, which were placed on the billboards in major German cities in mid-November, featured a cheerful slogan that read: “Your country! Your future! Now!”
The ads also offered those who grab the unique opportunity before the end of 2018 a bonus in the form of the German government paying their rental costs in their countries of origin for the next year. In return, the refugees have to take back their asylum applications and renounce further legal proceedings to remain in Germany.
The unusual move was apparently prompted by a rapid decline this year in voluntary returns among migrants and asylum seekers. In 2017, 29,000 people joined the voluntary return programs, but this year the figure drastically fell to just 14,000 by the end of October.
It remains to be seen whether the ministry struck a chord with the people it sought to reach out to, but it has already clearly sparked a backlash.
“The latest campaign of the interior ministry looks like a sort of a winter sales and that is cynical,” Konstantin von Notz, the deputy head of the Greens faction in the Bundestag, told Berliner Morgenpost daily. “It is apparently aimed at concealing [the ministry’s] own failures and improving the figures related to people, who voluntarily left the country, before the end of the year.”
Ordinary people seemingly did not appreciate the initiative either, with many interpreting the true message behind the slogan as: “Germany is not your land and your future is not here.” Others simply called the campaign “horrible” while slamming the very idea of such initiative as “inhumane.”……