OH GREAT: Germany Says it Has Lost Track Of 130,000 REFUGEES

German Refugees

It only took a handful of terrorists to carry out the attacks of September 11th but Germany, which has been flooded with refugees, many of whom could be enemy combatants, has lost track of over 100,000 people.

Business Insider reported:

Germany says it lost 130,000 refugees

The German government does not know the whereabouts of around 13 percent of the refugees who entered the country last year.

Following a demand from the German Left Party, authorities released a parliamentary document on Friday that said 130,000 people who registered for asylum last year are missing, the AFP reports.

“About 13 percent did not turn up at the reception centres to which they had been directed,” the document stated, while explaining that some might have returned to their home countries, moved on to other European countries, and some could have also registered more than once.

The government announced plans to help address the problem, which include issuing identity documents as soon as a migrant arrives to Germany thus avoiding repeated registration.

In 2015, Germany accepted over one million asylum seekers, shouldering most of the refugee crisis hitting Europe. The large numbers of migrants coming into the country have caused Angela Merkel’s popularity to drop dramatically as people have started to resent her “open-door” policy.

What could go wrong?


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