#1 Germany’s Secret Night Refugee Flights: Is Merkel Lying Again? by Cincinnatus 18.08.2016 16:03


Is German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s government surreptitiously flying massive numbers of Muslim “refugees” into German airports and military airbases on secret night flights? That is the charge in a sensational story by German writer Markus Mahler last week in the German publication Kopp Verlag. Spokesmen for the German government are denying the stories, stating that they are completely false. However, Chancellor Merkel’s credibility on this issue is almost nonexistent, as she has been caught repeatedly in lies, coverups, and deception on migration and refugee matters.

“Officially,” writes Mahler, “the refugee crisis in Germany is slowing down: less and less of them are walking on the Balkan route; one sees hardly any special trains or buses. No wonder: Apparently they travel by plane. Neither seen nor known about, one charter flight after another is landing at German airports.”

“They board the chartered planes in Turkey and in Greece,” Mahler reports. “They land in Germany late at night. They are then distributed by the Federal Office for Migration and Refugees (BAMF) by buses to the reception centers. It was reported by several Kopp Online tipsters, who observed the buzz at German airports. So far, German media aren’t reporting it.”

According to the Merkel government, the German media aren’t reporting it because it’s not happening; it’s all rumor and myth invented by Mahler, officials insist.

A spokesman for the German embassy in Washington, D.C., translating from a press release of the German Ministry of Interior, told The New American: “These rumors are completely false; there is no foundation to these stories.”

Markus Mahler's story in Kopp Verlag specifically listed flights from Turkey and Greece that he said were bringing refugees/migrants to be dispersed throughout Germany. According to Mahler


"Just one look at fight schedules of August 8th shows: From half past twelve, the “rush hour for refugees” begins. Airplanes from Turkey and Greece land almost every minute.

The intensive landing continues through the night and ends only around six in the morning. Below there is just an example from the Cologne-Bonn airport: during the day there’s merely one flight arriving from the eastern Mediterranean. No wonder: tourism is downright destroyed due to the many terrorist attacks. At night, however, there are no fewer than eleven flights."


This may be but a rumor, but, as with our own government, you can't believe anything the German authorities say.

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