Germany Trying To Deport Some Asylum Seekers, But They Resist. Keep Trying, Guys!
August 21, 2016, 03:38 PM
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The Daily Caller has a brief item today about Germany abandoning some deportations when the prospective deportees make too big a fuss.  [Germany Abandons Hundreds Of Deportations Because Migrants Scream Before Flight, by Jacob Bojesson].

Of course, I hope these amount to mere delays, not actual abandonment.

In addition, "A recent eviction of three refugees back to Guinea cost $138,000, because they were considered violent and had to go on a chartered plane."  Those three were "convicted criminals," so even that tab might turn out to be a bargain, long-term, for Deutschland.

This isn't a startling, new phenomenon.  I wrote about domestic cases here and here.

If we citizens of the West ever again get governments that work on our behalf, the solution for obstreperous deportees will be obvious: Sedate 'em, and ship 'em out.  Deportations, ho!


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