Muslim invaders posing as refugees are controlling Germany’s streets and squares because the country cannot control its borders, a German Home Affairs minister warned yesterday.
UK Express The fast approaching anniversary of the Cologne sex attacks prompted Christian Social Union politician Markus Söder to blame the country’s “deteriorating” security situation on mass migration that is leaving citizens, feeling “unsafe”.
Söder – whose party is aligned with Merkel’s Christian Democratic Union – said: “Our wives and daughters are increasingly afraid of sexual assaults. The state must act more decisively than in the past. “Last year we lost control of our borders. Now we are beginning to lose control of streets and squares.
“When citizens no longer feel safe to visit neighbourhoods, the state loses its authority… this is now about homeland security,” he said speaking to a German newspaper.
The minister of Bavaria expressed his “outrage” towards police officials who have only managed to issue 18 convictions from the Cologne sex attacks which rocked Germany last year. Sober expressed his “deep disappointment” in the lack of convictions, adding: “What has become of Cologne? Nothing. Few condemnations, hardly any deportations.”
With a wealth of legal barriers preventing asylum seekers from being deported easily, Sober called for a renegotiation of checks that will enable migrants to be removed “effectively.”
Almost 50 migrants are deported from Germany each day, but with hundreds of thousands of failed asylum seekers still arriving, the Conservative politician said the country “needs a bigger plan”.
Nearly 1,310 victims reported sex crimes to the police following the New Years Eve attacks in Cologne last year, but 820 incidents have not been investigated by police.
The Christian Social Union politician said Germany was developing a problem with Muslim migrants just like France and Belgium.