A german youth would never be able to lie about his age.
Because there is usually a birth certificate that proves his age without any reasonable doubt. The problem is, that there are often no birth certificates available for refugees, this is a technical issue, not a legal one.
to throw Merkel's legacy into the bin and take back it's righteous place, right of the middle.
That would be the biggest possible mistake. The CDU is already in the middle, and is attractive to the group of voters that is likely to gain in size and influence in the future. Why would anyone sacrifice this just to try and get back voters who do not really care about conservative values, and instead vote for xenophobic reasons. The only thing that the CDU should remember is its' identity as a Christian party. Merkel was in 2015 after all obe of the few politicians, who lived up to those values.
No law is written into stone when enough people are sick of it... :)
Sure, but principles like burden of proof are, no mattet what the mob on the street says. ;)
Is that why 25 billion is spend on migrants, more than on education?
As I pointed out to you once, this number is misleading. This is simply the federal budget for education, which is only a fraction of the total expenditure on education. 90% of the money is spend by the regional governments, which is in total between 150-200bn.
Some people say the GDR could exist even today if she had all those unhappy citizens just leave.
Very unlikely. The GDR build the wall because it could not afford to lose more and more, often highly qualified people to the West. The GDR eventually collapsed because of economic reasons (everything about the fate of the GDR was down to economies. The GDR was de facto bankrupt since 1988, and the SED knew this. Reunification only happened the way it did because the SU was broke too and the FRG was the only entity with enough money to spare) and not building the wall would have seen her bleed out sooner.
As for the rest of your rant, this is as usual nonsense. You can only sentence someone in Germany (which is probably the same in the USA) if you can prove his guilt beyond a reasonable doubt. Most of the culprits in Cologne went free because there was no substantial evidence against them, often the victims themselves did not recognize them, which is not surprising considering it was night and all. The guy in Kendel claimed to be 17 years old, and the prosecution could not prove him wrong. In dubio pro reo.
Most of the deportations fail because their home countries refuse to take them back, or only process their applications very slowly. There is very little we can do about this.