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Finland plans to expel 20,000 Merkel Muslims who arrived in 2015


 

Finland follows Sweden’s lead and announces it will expel 20,000 of the 32,000 migrants who arrived in 2015 

  • Finnish government to deport 65 percent of 32,000 migrants arrived in 2015
  • Finland made it more difficult for Iraqis, Afghans and Somalis to get asylum
  • Around 20,000 of Finland’s asylum-seekers are from Iraq
  • Migrants will be placed in transit centres and from there repatriated
  • Charter flights will gradually deport them to their home countries

 

Finland has joined Sweden in announcing plans to repatriate tens of thousands of migrants whose asylum requests will likely be rejected.

The two Nordic countries are both struggling to cope with with an unprecedented influx of refugees and migrants fleeing war and misery in the Middle East and elsewhere, and they receive among the highest number of arrivals per capita in the EU.

The Finnish government said it expect to deport around 20,000 of the 32,000 asylum-seekers it received in 2015.

Sweden and Finland received among the highest number of arrivals per capita in the EU

The Finnish government said it expect to deport around 20,000 of the 32,000 asylum-seekers it received in 2015. Pictured: a Syrian refugee with her children in Sweden 

The Finnish government said it expect to deport around 20,000 of the 32,000 asylum-seekers it received in 2015. Pictured: a Syrian refugee with her children in Sweden

More than 20,000 of Finland's asylum-seekers are from Iraq. Pictured: Crew members of the Italian navy ship Aliseo take part n a rescue operation in which 290 migrants were save from three dinghies off the Libyan coast on 27 January 

More than 20,000 of Finland’s asylum-seekers are from Iraq. Pictured: Crew members of the Italian navy ship Aliseo take part n a rescue operation in which 290 migrants were save from three dinghies off the Libyan coast on 27 January.

‘In principle we speak of about two-thirds, meaning approximately 65 percent of the 32,000 will get a negative decision (to their asylum application),’ Paivi Nerg, the ministry’s administrative director told AFP.

Last year, Finland made it more difficult from migrants from Iraq, Afghanistan and Somalia to get asylum, stating that the security situation had improved in certain areas of those countries.

More than 20,000 of Finland’s asylum-seekers are from Iraq.

‘In previous years around 60 percent (of applicants) received a negative decision but now we have somewhat tightened our criteria for Iraqis, Afghans and Somalis,’ Nerg explained.

She said that the ministry is planning to set up separate transit centres for those to be deported from those wanting to leave the country on a voluntary basis.

The deportations will take place gradually as immigration authorities process applications.

Two charter flights to deport Iraqis were already scheduled within the following months and about 4,000 asylum-seekers had already withdrawn their applications.

Finland is also in diplomatic negotiations with neighbouring Russia to stop migrants from entering Finland via the Arctic region.

After Norway barred migrants from entering the country on its own Arctic border crossing with Russia in December, the flow of migrants turned towards Finland.

It comes as neighbouring Sweden was planning over several years to deport up to 80,000 people whose asylum applications are likely to be rejected.

Finland is planning to set up transit centres for for those to be deported from those wanting to leave the country on a voluntary basis. Pictured: A migrant boy covered with blanket as he waits to cross the Greek-Macedonian border near the village of Idomeni, Greece 

Finland is planning to set up transit centres for for those to be deported from those wanting to leave the country on a voluntary basis. Pictured: A migrant boy covered with blanket as he waits to cross the Greek-Macedonian border near the village of Idomeni, Greece

The deportations will take place gradually as immigration authorities process applications. Pictured: Refugees walk towards the border with Serbia from the transit center for refugees near northern Macedonian village of Tabanovce

The deportations will take place gradually as immigration authorities process applications. Pictured: Refugees walk towards the border with Serbia from the transit center for refugees near northern Macedonian village of Tabanovce

Sweden is also planning to deport up to 80,000 people in the following years

Sweden is also planning to deport up to 80,000 people in the following years

Swedish migration minister Morgan Johansson said authorities faced a difficult task in deporting such large numbers

Swedish migration minister Morgan Johansson said authorities faced a difficult task in deporting such large numbers.

‘We are talking about 60,000 people but the number could climb to 80,000,’ interior minister Anders Ygeman told Swedish media.

Just like in Finland, the operation would require the use of specially chartered aircraft.

Anders estimated that Sweden would reject around half of the 163,000 asylum requests received in 2015.

Swedish migration minister Morgan Johansson said authorities faced a difficult task in deporting such large numbers, but insisted failed asylum seekers had to return home.

‘Otherwise we would basically have free immigration and we can’t manage that,’ he told news agency TT.

The fresh clampdown came as at least 31 migrants died trying to reach Europe.

The bodies of 25 people, including 10 children, were found off the Aegean island of Samos.

The Italian navy said it had recovered six bodies from a sinking rubber boat off Libya.

In Bulgaria, the frozen bodies of two men, believed to be asylum-seekers, were found near the border with Serbia.

Nearly 4,000 people died trying to reach Europe by sea last year, according to the International Organization for Migration (IOM).

 

5 thoughts on “Finland plans to expel 20,000 Merkel Muslims who arrived in 2015

  1.  Why is it the responsibility of any European country to give these “refugees”(most are economic refugees) a better life? Europe has nothing to gain by letting or bringing these people in. Europe, your first and last obligation is to your people. What do the “refugees” have to offer? They bring nothing to the table. Europeans first in Europe, not last.

    Why don’t muslim “asylum seekers” go to Qatar, Kuwait, United Arab Emirates , Oman, Saudi Arabia or any of the other rich muslim countries? These are Islamic countries therefore more suitable for them.

    Has there ever been a European country that benefited by opening it’s borders to non-Europeans? If so, name it. Do they make Europe a safer place to live? Have they made Europe great? Are they good for tourism? Do they bring anything positive to Europe? Do they respect the citizens of Europe and the customs? Do they support themselves without burdening the tax payers? Do they burden the judicial system due to high crime rates? Do they want to replace your children with theirs? Do they love Europe or what they can get from her?

    Do they victimize the European people in large proportions to their small numbers? Wouldn’t crimes against the European people foreshadow their true intentions? Do they trash up the areas they inhabit in Europe? If they victimize the host country’s people and trash up their land after they have been given a new start at life, wouldn’t that be like a direct “screw you”? Do they demand you to change your ways and customs so they can tolerate you? Do they respect the peoples government? Your family? Your people? Your culture?

    If they are guilty of three of these questions then It would be safe to say they should not be in Europe. There is more harm than good for Europe and her people.

    If a country don’t let the non Europeans flood their land they are called “far right” “racist” “Nazis” and “xenophobic”.  If they let them in, their country, their culture, their lives, their descendants lives will be torn apart. Which one is easier to live with? Which one does the most damage? Which choice is beneficial to the country and it’s people? Hint: Name calling will not destroy a country and it’s people. Europe, wake up and take a stand before it’s too late and you lose everything.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=44vzMNG2fZc

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  2. “WTF is this?” screams the purple-necked infiltrator. “Allah has given us your land, your treasury and your women. So you’ll fork them right the fuck over, if you know what’s good for you!”

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  3. What we really need to do is to organize into regimental combat teams to remove the so-called elected officials who are really “traitors” who have caused this. I can imagine the walls of their homes will be their last stop. As for the deportations of the savages, make this fast and furious. Islam has no place in modern society.

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    • So true! They can not intergrate into any country, that is not muslim. Let the muslim countries take them in…plenty of room there, and they’ll have a common religion with them.

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