GERMANY being sued by more than 7,000 Muslim freeloaders for being too slow to process their asylum papers

germany-653891The numbers of illegal alien Muslim invaders suing the German Government over their slack administration has more than doubled since the end of March. In the second quarter of this year, from April to June, there were 7,014 “failure-to-act” lawsuits pending against the Federal Office for Migration and Refugees.

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Express  At the end of March, courts had recorded 3,271 such suits, according to a Freedom of Information request by Germany’s Funke media group.

300,000 more Muslim invaders are predicted to arrive in Germany by the end of this year, which is in addition to the more than 1.1 million that came in last year. Only a handful of the invaders have found work or are even looking for work.

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Germany’s integration commissioner, Sevim Dagdelen, has called for a grandfather clause which would cut down on asylum procedures to relieve pressure on administration office. She said: “The motto of Chancellor Merkel – ‘We can do it ‘- is against the background of extreme and growing failure simply a mockery.

“It’s poison for the integration of refugees that they have to wait months or even years before they can submit an application at all or until it is decided.” (What’s the hurry? They will never be integrated into Germany because they don’t want to be. They just want all the free stuff they can get)

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In June, Express.co.uk revealed the true scale of the migrant crisis in Germany is largely unknown to authorities because a shocking 80 per cent of asylum seekers are arriving without passports. 

It seems criminals and terrorists have managed to slip through the net as since the first four months of 2016, more than 4,000 people who have entered the country are now on Germany’s most wanted list.

There is speculation many of the migrants are forced to use fake documents after destroying their papers before trying to enter Germany since they reveal information on travel routes within Europe.

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