Question in the newspaper Bild: “Can the state protect me?”.
While the answer is “no”, the question is beside the point because protecting Germans is no longer the primary task of the multicultural German state.
Germany has lost track of 30,000 rejected asylum seekers, Bild daily reported on Thursday, piling pressure on Chancellor Angela Merkel to agree a migrant policy with potential coalition partners that ensures no repeat of a migration crisis in 2015.
The paper said migrants were on a December 2016 list of people due to leave the country and quoted an interior ministry spokesman as saying they could not rule out that some “had already left or disappeared without the relevant authorities knowing”.
One commentator at Bild, which has run a campaign to speed up deportations of failed asylum seekers, wrote: “No wonder many people are worried and unsettled. They ask: ‘Can the state protect me?’ Politicians must take this insecurity seriously.”
From CIW NEWS Contributor
Germany crime immigration
Germany (DE) is estimated to have a population of 82.2 million with a growth rate during 2010-2015 of 0.1% pa.
At the same rate of change, in five years' time its population will increase by 0.4 million.
However, the rate has been much higher since 2015 when two million immigrants entered Germany (1.14 million net).