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Germania. Bancarotta per chi si dichiarò garante degli immigrati.

Giuseppe Sandro Mela.

2017-04-13.

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Questa storia evidenzia come Kafka si vissuto e morto invano.

Cerchiamo di raccontarla con ordine, tenendo conto che ci si avvarrà anche di documentazione non riportata per limitazione di spazio.

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Quando iniziò ad aumentare in modo consistente il numero dei migranti che vi arrivavano da ogni parte richiamati a gran voce dal governo allora in carica, vi fu un proliferare di associazioni che nominalmente avrebbero dovuto aiutare i migranti, e che per far ciò ricevevano sovvenzioni da parte dello stato federale e di quello locale.

Era la “società civile” che dimostrava il suo benvenuto: una propalazione della socialdemocrazia tedesca, con qualche presenza dei cristiano-democratici. Quattro gatti spelacchiati spacciati per tutta la nazione.

La pappa era servita in tavola e la gente era pronta con il tovagliolo al collo, forchetta nella sinistra e coltello nella destra: una grande abbuffata.

Poi, come sempre accade negli ambienti ideologizzati, ci fu chi volle essere più papista del papa.

Dio ci scampi dagli zelanti” soleva dire il grande Disraeli.

 Dapprima si fece una lacrimevole campagna stampa e mediatica.

I poveri immigrati che vivevano senza la tenera vicinanza dell’adorata mogliettina ed il calore dei figli, strappati agli affetti familiari dalla crudele società occidentale, decadente e colonialista. Capitalista, codina ed omofoba.

Il volume della campagna crebbe giorno per giorno: anche i tedeschi hanno un cuore mite e generoso.

Alla fine il governo mollò, tutto felice di farlo: caspiterina, ma che i familiari si ricongiungano!

Ed in questa maniera si quadruplicò il numero dei migranti assistiti, e con essi i contributi governativi.

Il business era andato a buon fine, non certo per il Contribuente, ma per quanti potevano immergere il mestolo nel minestrone. E che razza di mestolo!!

La legge che permetteva i ricongiungimenti, in cauda veneno, aveva però un minuscolo comma, di quelli in cui eccellono i burocrati. I migranti che richiamavano i familiari avrebbero dovuto dimostrare di guadagnare quel tanto che sarebbe bastato a mantenerli.

Già.

Ma se guadagnavano non sarebbero stati assistiti: di miserabili c’è sempre un grande bisogno, ed in carenza, li si genera senza andar tanto a guardare per il sottile. Le leggi le consultano quelli che proprio non sanno come fare a regolarsi.

Ma se miserabili, come avrebbero potuto dimostrare di guadagnare quel tanto che sarebbe bastato a mantenere “their loved ones“?

L’idea fu un vero lampo di ingegno.

I tedeschi delle associazioni “benefiche” e “caritative” avrebbero dato una garanzia. Poi, a morire ed a pagare c’è sempre tempo.

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Ma tutti sanno che il diavolo si cela nei particolari. Correggiamoci: questo lo sanno solo i credenti. Per gli altri non esiste o, meglio, se esistesse sarebbe sicuramente Mr Trump oppure Frau Frauke Petry.

«But what was supposed to be a generous one-time gesture to help reunite families is turning into a financial nightmare for guarantors»

Il solito burocrate iperscrupoloso, il burocrate teutone, iniziò a chiedersi quando sarebbe stato il termine della garanzia. Era un burocrate segretamente militante di Pegida. Altri dicono che fosse una spia al soldo di Mr Putin, di cui non si pensa mai male a sufficienza.

Ne nacque una bega da lavandaie ai trogoli fino a tanto che il tutto finì di fronte ad una Corte di Giustizia.

Alcuni dicevano che l’obbligazione era dovuta fino all’ottenimento del diritto di asilo, altri invece a tempo indefinito: più tutte le possibili varianti del caso. Di sicuro, non era una una tantum.

Anche la cifra era all’epoca molto mal definita.

«Germany’s Federal Administrative Court decided in summer 2016»

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«the judges stated that guarantors who signed for refugees before the clarification was in place are accountable for three years after the family’s arrival; everyone who becomes a guarantor after is accountable for five years, no matter the refugees’ asylum status»

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Infine, la mazzata: il disturbo era solo 14,000 euro a semestre, 28,000 euro all’anno. I signori sono pregati di accomodarsi in cassa; talini a versare tre anni, 84,000 euro cash, altri cinque anni, 140,000 euro cash.

Adesso, lasciamo ai signori Lettori l’onere di moltiplicare quelle cifre unitarie per gli oltre 800,000 migranti assistiti con garanzia. Una gran bella cifretta.

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«Flüchtlingshilfe Mittelhessen» «Pro Asyl» etc.

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«Germans wanting to aid refugees now at risk of bankruptcy»

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«In 2013, the state government established a program that would allow Syrians who had been in Germany for a while to bring their families to the country as well – under the condition that they had proof of sufficient income to provide accommodation and food for their loved ones»

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«Since not all refugees who wanted to bring their families had this, Grothe, who is a psychiatrist in the city of Giessen, and roughly 30 other volunteers jumped in.»

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«They signed an agreement stating they’d guarantee the state wouldn’t have to pay for the refugee families coming to live in Germany»

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«In other cases, the guarantors helped out with five hundred or five thousand Euros»

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«But what was supposed to be a generous one-time gesture to help reunite families is turning into a financial nightmare for the Giessen guarantors»

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«there was an ongoing discussion about whether obligations ended once the refugees that the guarantor cosigned for were granted asylum»

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«That’s what Hessen’s interior ministry promised Klaus-Dieter Grothe and the other guarantors. But that’s not how Germany’s Federal Administrative Court decided in summer 2016»

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«the judges stated that guarantors who signed for refugees before the clarification was in place are accountable for three years after the family’s arrival; everyone who becomes a guarantor after is accountable for five years, no matter the refugees’ asylum status»

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«Guarantors are now supposed to pay back the benefits refugees they have co-signed for are receiving»

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«For a Syrian family of four, the costs they are supposedly obliged to meet can reach up to 14,000 Euros every six months»

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È da anni che lo ripetiamo agli amici tedeschi.

Prendetevi qualche napoletano verace e piazzatelo nel migliore hotel disponibile con tutte le comodità del caso. Trattatelo come un cristallo di Murano. Una volta all’anno, senza tediarlo, chiedetegli un consiglio ed eseguitelo pari pari.

È un gran brutto segno di decadenza se non sanno nemmeno più far schierare un giudice dalla loro parte.


Deutsche Welle. 2017-04-12. Germans wanting to aid refugees now at risk of bankruptcy

Volunteers who wanted to help Syrian refugees bring their families to Germany now face huge payments – because a law was changed after they signed their guarantor obligations.

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Klaus-Dieter Grothe and other volunteers helping out with the “Flüchtlingshilfe Mittelhessen,” an aid organization helping refugees in the German state of Hessen, are what many local politicians would consider dream citizens. They are not only welcoming toward refugees, they are willing to take responsibility. This openness is now coming back to haunt them.

In 2013, the state government established a program that would allow Syrians who had been in Germany for a while to bring their families to the country as well – under the condition that they had proof of sufficient income to provide accommodation and food for their loved ones.

Since not all refugees who wanted to bring their families had this, Grothe, who is a psychiatrist in the city of Giessen, and roughly 30 other volunteers jumped in. They signed an agreement stating they’d guarantee the state wouldn’t have to pay for the refugee families coming to live in Germany.

“In some cases, the guarantors didn’t actually pay for anything,” Grothe told DW. “The Syrian families only needed the opportunity to bring their loved ones and ended up sleeping in a room with five people instead of two or made food for eight people instead of five. In other cases, the guarantors helped out with five hundred or five thousand Euros.”

But what was supposed to be a generous one-time gesture to help reunite families is turning into a financial nightmare for the Giessen guarantors.

Until recently, there was an ongoing discussion about whether obligations ended once the refugees that the guarantor cosigned for were granted asylum. That’s what Hessen’s interior ministry promised Klaus-Dieter Grothe and the other guarantors. But that’s not how Germany’s Federal Administrative Court decided in summer 2016.

Instead, the judges stated that guarantors who signed for refugees before the clarification was in place are accountable for three years after the family’s arrival; everyone who becomes a guarantor after is accountable for five years, no matter the refugees’ asylum status.

Job centers in the Giessen area that have been paying benefits to refugees are making use of the updated ruling. Guarantors are now supposed to pay back the benefits refugees they have co-signed for are receiving.

Guarantors made to pay thousands of euros

“Our interior ministry promised us that our responsibility would 100 percent end after the refugees were granted asylum here,” Grothe said. “Now the job centers are saying ‘Your obligation is still in place and we want the money back that we paid for your refugees!'”

Grothe sounds angry when he’s talking about the issue because some of his fellow guarantors are getting desperate. For a Syrian family of four, the costs they are supposedly obliged to meet can reach up to 14,000 Euros every six months.

Since that is not what they signed up for, the Giessen guarantors are now suing. Until the lawsuit at the Giessen administrative court is settled, they don’t have to pay. But what they really want is for the state to acknowledge the original promise and take over the payments for them.

A spokesperson for Hessen’s interior ministry pointed out, however, that there is nothing they can do, as it’s actually the Federal Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs that has authority over the job centers making the demands.

“Hessen has implored the federal authorities in charge several times to not demand payments from the guarantors,” the ministry stated in an email to DW. “The state regrets that the job centers… are so far not willing to give in.”

The Federal Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs did not reply to DW’s request for comment on the day of reporting.

‘A big obligation’ to take on

Bernd Mesovic, head of the legal department of refugee rights organization Pro Asyl, believes the Giessen guarantors have good chances of winning their legal battle and getting out of the payments, since they entered the obligation under false impressions in the first place.

He also stresses, however, that the step of becoming a guarantor for a refugee so that his or her family can come to Germany is very risky.

“It’s a big obligation these people are taking on,” Mesovic told DW. “I tell everyone considering it to think about it really, really hard. You have to be extremely careful in your consideration of what you can afford and what would happen if you lost your job, for example. The obligation won’t go away then – you’ll still be a guarantor. People have had to file for personal bankruptcy.”

Grothe, and the 30 other guarantors in Hessen, hope that it won’t come to that in their case.

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