You have to be an Old man, to be able to remember the times in which the first main sentence of the foreign policy of the CDU and the CSU was: Germany is not an immigration country! Was meant to be also, and above all: It should be none! However, the many into the country brought in "guest workers" had become, whether with or without a German passport, to immigrants, because they had gone back for the most part, in their countries of origin, but rather their families had to be rescheduled. Germany did not want to foreclose because of his past, to refugees hermetically sealed, as his long-time generous asylum showed right. And for the supporters of the policy of multiculturalism, there couldn't be enough foreigners in Germany.
This mixture of motives and possibilities, one of which is free movement in the EU, has led to the fact that now every fourth inhabitant of Germany has a migration background. In many large cities, the percentage is even higher. Germany has become Willy-nilly to a country of immigration, with all of the opportunities and problems that are also observed in other multi-cultural societies. The last migration wave of 2015 made it clear how big the challenge is in the word "Integration". In France, the UK and also in America, you can track, what is the permanent potential for conflict arises when, in particular, the inclusion of young men fails. Because only the host societies are not to blame.
not a failed immigration country is Germany, it needs to keep the request of the migrants, which applies as a minimum standard for the long-established German: the law to. "Rights-free zones", whether from criminal Clans, or even just a party addict built, must not be tolerated. It is not enough, word about the dwindling respect for the rule of law and its bodies to sue; where necessary, must obtain the state of this respect in the context of the opportunities available also. Otherwise you could also raise it in Germany one day, storms, the riots in Stuttgart and Frankfurt as laue look breeze.Updated Date: 28 July 2020, 14:19