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German interior minister plans massive migrant influx

German security authorities have warned against the migration plans of the Federal Minister of the Interior, Nancy Faeser. The minister's announcement that she wants to forge a "coalition of the willing" among the EU states to take in more regular migrants, worries the security establishment.

Published: February 9, 2022, 10:38 am

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    According to an internal paper obtained by the German daily Bild newspaper, the security officials shared their assessments with the Chancellor’s Office warning against Faeser’s migration plans.

    • Her plans would have a noticeable impact on the flow of asylum seekers
    • Besides political developments in Turkey, Greece, Afghanistan and other states, German policy would be decisive for the pressure on refugee and smuggling routes
    • Faeser’s “coalition of receptive member states” would directly influence illegal migration. The experts warned against this, citing the “Joint Analysis and Strategy Centre on Illegal Migration”

    In addition, the pressure to migrate would increase further if support were announced for the groups that pick up migrants in the Mediterranean Sea according to German magazine Focus Online.

    But perhaps the security authorities should not only warn against the minister’s migration plans, but also against the person Faeser, who is obviously a miscast as interior minister and poses a danger to Germany’s security due to her ultra-left attitude.

    Antifa magazine’s online archives contain a guest contribution by Faeser, which she wrote last year when she was still the SPD leader in Hesse. Antifa is also the name of the association VVN-BdA for short.

    Under the heading “NSU 2.0 enlightened?” Faeser  explained that the “fight against fascism and right-wing extremism, against racism and ethnic ideologies” was part of the “political DNA of my party”. One must stand up “against right-wing ideas, right-wing threats and right-wing violence,” she demanded.

    Faeser’s declarations contain the usual anti-right-wing rhetoric from the left fringe of the SPD, but her contribution has a certain explosive nature, since the Bavarian Office for the Protection of the Constitution (the domestic intelligence service) described the VVN-BdA in its current annual report as “the nation’s largest organization influenced by left-wing extremists in the area of anti-fascism”. In addition, they are “openly left-wing extremist forces”. The VVN-BdA regards parliamentary democracy as “fascist” and has vowed to end it.

    Similarly, the Office for the Protection of the Constitution in Baden-Württemberg has repeatedly pointed out in the past that “the political course of the VVN-BdA is decisively shaped by functionaries” who are “left-wing extremists or members of left-wing extremist organizations”.

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