The head of Germany’s Federal Office for Migration and Refugees, Hans-Eckhard Sommer, is in hot water now.
He claims that the amount of asylum seekers still being allowed to enter Germany is “too high” (162,000 last year) and compares this to “a large city coming to us every year.”
Worse still, he makes the ridiculous allegation that “the state can only handle so much” and then has the cheek to critisize the fact that over half of those seeking asylum (54 percent) still don’t have the decency to carry any identification papers with them.
What a monster or something. He should be relieved of his job immediately.
„EINE GROSSSTADT, DIE JÄHRLICH ZU UNS KOMMT”