The German governing coalition, especially the Greens, are determined to shoehorn as many Afghan “refugees” as possible into the country’s already overburdened asylum system.
Many thanks to Hellequin GB for translating this article from the German-language service of the Epoch Times. The translator’s comments are in square brackets:
Afghanistan: Baerbock and Faeser agree on admission program
After lengthy negotiations, the federal government has launched an admission program for “particularly endangered” Afghans. Federal Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock (Greens) and Federal Minister of the Interior Nancy Faeser (SPD) announced on Monday in Berlin that the plan is to take in around 1,000 Afghans and their family members each month. [I take it that endangered German women don’t count here? Silly me, they are after all on the globalist extermination list.]
The target group are Afghan nationals in Afghanistan who have “particularly exposed” themselves through their commitment to women’s and human rights or through their work in the areas of justice, politics, media, education, culture, sport or science and are therefore “individually at risk”. [Lucky for me I had already swallowed my beer, otherwise I’d need a new keyboard.]
Persons who “because of their gender, their sexual orientation or gender identity or their religion” experience or have experienced specific violence or persecution resulting from the “special circumstances of the individual case” and are therefore “concretely and individually endangered” are also included target group.
Also included are exposed representatives of religious groups/communities. [Will they be glad to hear the call of the muezzin in Germany now, just like at home.] Only people residing in Afghanistan are eligible for the program. “Suitable persons” must be proposed by “authorized bodies”. These are determined by the federal government. Civil society organizations can also do this.
At the beginning of the program, the focus should initially be on people about whom the participating agencies already have information, according to the ministries. The intention is to create opportunities for new enrollments “at a later stage” of the program.
In the end, the federal government makes the selection decision on the basis of the proposals submitted and the specified selection criteria. Selection decisions should be made at “regular intervals” based on the current database. However, the bodies authorized to register should be able to make suggestions on an ongoing basis.
When considering family members, a family definition is used that is “adapted to the reality of life on-site,” it said. The exact schedule for the implementation of the program was initially unclear. This should be done “quickly,” they said. In the start-up phase of the new program, the admission of already-known cases should continue according to the previously applicable criteria.
Afterword from the translator:
With an Afghan population of roughly 40 million. And now they want to take in 1,000 per month, with the family obviously soon to follow. The average Afghan family is between seven and eight people. That means that roughly 80,000 to 100,000 Afghans will be allowed to enter Germany annually, and the German government will have to build a new city every year. With Germany roughly 138,000 square miles and already 80+ Million inhabitants, and Afghanistan almost double in size… WHAT CAN GO POSSIBLY WRONG? and what about the environment and habitat that needs to be destroyed to build these cities? These Greens are really “Green”, aren’t they?