The German government finds itself unable to control its borders when mobs of culture-enrichers from the Third World want to get in. But when the danger of the Wuhan Coronavirus is an issue with neighboring European countries, suddenly the borders become watertight.
Many thanks to Hellequin GB for translating this article from PolitikStube:
In no time! 116 migrants flew into Germany last week, 122 yesterday and 155 today
It happens in no time; the aid operation must under no circumstances be endangered by the “dangerous” virus; the relocation to the German pandemic area is proceeding according to plan. Last week 116 people looking for supplies arrived in Hanover, 122 were flown in yesterday and 155 today.
As announced by the Federal Ministry of the Interior in Berlin, 25 families with 53 adults and 69 minors arrived in Hanover on February 24th, 2021. Today another 33 families with 70 adults and 85 minors, whose entitlement to protection has already been determined by the Greek government. The families are being taken in by the federal states of Berlin, Brandenburg, Hamburg, Hesse, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Lower Saxony, North Rhine-Westphalia, Saxony and Thuringia. Since April of 2020, Germany has taken in a total of 1,954 people from Greece.
As usual, the Federal Ministry of the Interior is keeping a low profile on the nationalities of those seeking care, while the Greek press published the origin of the 122 migrants: Afghanistan, Iran and Iraq. With the 155 migrants who arrived today, the nationalities are likely to be almost identical.
As a counterpoint, consider the following video (in English) from Red Pill Germany, which discusses the fact that the German government has no problem shutting the border with Czechia when the Corona crisis requires it.
Germans Just Showed Once Again That They Can Control the Borders If They Want To