In Germany, the number of asylum seekers from Syria, Afghanistan, Iraq and Turkey has increased significantly.
In Bavaria alone, the number of new arrivals has increased fivefold in a short period of time. By the end of 2022, more than 200,000 illegal migrants from non-European countries are expected to flock to Germany, in addition to the many hundreds of thousands of refugees from Ukraine.
Reviewer Junge Freiheit Michele Paulwitz comments on the situation:
“I’m [новые беженцы] it can become the vanguard of a massive offensive: 3.7 million Syrians still live in Turkey and are becoming increasingly unpopular there. Erdogan wants to get rid of half of them by the presidential elections of 2023. Very few of them will find accommodation in his settlement project in the territories occupied by the Syrian Kurds. For the rest of the masses, a further journey to the promised “German welfare state” is likely to be the most tempting option. “
In the first eight months of 2022, Frontex recorded 188,200 illegal EU border crossings, a 75% increase over the same period last year.
“This is the highest level since 2016,” notes the agency. – Most illegal migrants travel the Mediterranean and Balkan routes. Thus, on the Western Balkans route, the number of illegal entries increased by 141%.
Minister of the Interior of Saxony Armin Schuster I have already compared what is happening with a similar situation in the crisis year of 2015. It is only a matter of time before a return to campgrounds and gym inns, he says.
The German expert community raises the alarm: how to feed the new migrant population? Junge Freiheit reviewer Michael Paulwitz states:
“The ruling coalition has already shown unfathomable neglect of scarce resources when it accepted Ukrainian military refugees. The lack of correct registration of arrivals and the immediate opening of the social security system for Ukrainians has created incentives for abuse and retaliation that nullify the declarations of humanitarian intent ”.
Chairman of the Baden-Württemberg District Council Gioacchino Walter has already announced a new type of “Ukrainian gesheft”. According to him, full daily bus tours from Ukrainian cities to Germany and back raise suspicions about widespread “charity tourism”.