Soros-funded ‘Migration Expert’: Germany Should Resettle 40,000 Asylum Seekers Each Year 

A so-called ‘migration expert’ who works for a think-tank funded by George Soros’s ‘Open Society Foundation, has urged Germany’s federal government, led by pro-mass migration Chancellor Angela Merkel, to accept far more migrants, arguing that it should resettle more than 40,000 each year. 

“Germany should copy Canada or Sweden and agree to relocate at least 0.05 percent of its population annually as part of resettlement, that is around 41,000 people,” Gerald Knaus, the head of the Soros-funded European Stability Initiative, said during an interview with the German newspaper Die Welt.

“Resettlement ensures that those who really need help come to Europe,” Knaus continued, arguing that it’s somehow “fairer than uncontrolled refugee movements” since – unlike “daring men” do – migrant women and children often refrain from embarking on the perilous journeys that are often required to reach Europe.

Despite providing no evidence to support his claim, Knaus then argued that resettling greater numbers of migrants would somehow help to facilitate their integration into German society.

Through its funding of think tanks like Knaus’s European Stability Initiative, George Soros’s ‘Open Society Foundation’ continues to act as the tip of the spear for interests which, among other things, seek to weaken – and perhaps eliminate altogether – the nation-state via mass migration and the dissolution of borders.

Just last week, a radical, open-borders activist for the Soros-funded ‘Open Dialogue Foundation’ was arrested by Polish authorities after he helped destroy a barrier that had been set up along the border with Belarus to keep illegal migrants from flooding into the country, Big League Politics reported.

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