2015: 2M Immigrants in Germany

More than two million “immigrants” came to Germany last year, while “only” 860,000 left again, created a “net” immigration increase of 1.14 million, official statistics have revealed.

A government statement said that this was “the highest net immigration of foreigners ever recorded” in Germany’s history—but media pointed out that these figures do not yet even include all of last year’s “refugees.”

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A statement from the Statistisches Bundesamt (the Federal Statistical Office) website said that the “year 2015 was characterized by unusually high immigration of foreigners to Germany.”

“Based on provisional results of a flash estimation of migration statistics, the Federal Statistical Office reports that the arrival of just under two million foreign people was registered by the end of 2015.

“At the same time, roughly 860,000 foreigners departed from Germany. Consequently, net migration of foreign people amounted to 1.14 million. This is the highest net immigration of foreigners ever recorded in the history of the Federal Republic of Germany,” the office noted.

The figure of 1.14 million “net” foreigners was determined by looking at “verified figures that had been available for the months of January to August 2015 and on estimated data on the migration of foreigners (arrivals and departures) for the months of September to December 2015.”

For this period, only the raw data has been counted, the statement continued, adding that the “differences between these counts and the verified monthly results have been modeled on the basis of previous months and, using this model, have been transferred to the months of September to December 2015.”





In other words, even this figure is an estimate.

The Focus news service pointed out to its readers not to let the “records fool you,” because, it said, “the real numbers are even higher.”

Focus said that the statisticians had assumed that “not all asylum seekers could be promptly detected by the registration authorities,” and that the figures were therefore “still rising.”

In 2014, some 1.343 million foreigners entered Germany, but some 766,000 left once again, meaning that the residential population in that year alone jumped by 577,000 foreigners.

Combined with the new influx, this means that the foreigner population of Germany has increased by at least 1.7 million in two years.

The Frankfurter Rundschau reported that there are now 9.11 million registered foreigners in Germany, a figure which has increased by almost 12 percent compared to 2014.

* The Statistical Office also reported that as of 2014—that is, before the current influx of nonwhite invaders posing as refugees, some 20 percent of Germany’s population was made up of people with a “migrant background.”


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  1. and those 860,000 that left,didnt actually leave they just fell off the radar and most went to holland/france etc…don,t forget those in the jungle at calais must have passed through germany…the merkel crew just haven,t got the faintest idea of who is there and where and when….not a clue…and what are the UK details for those porky has brought in???? whats the figures porky?

    1. Those 860,000 be all of the Afghans, Algerians, Moroccans, Bangladeshi, Pakistani, Palestinians, Libyans, Nigerians, Congolese, Sudanese, Turks, Kosovans, Iraqis etc, etc, etc.

      Merkel has spread them all around Europe just like she planned all along !

  2. You can forget government statistics. Just take a look around you. Streets, Shopping Centres, Busy roads…The invasion by stealth over the years has never been truly opposed, and now they’re going for broke.

  3. The number of foreigners left doesn’t necesserily mean that all those people were physically left the country. Those who were given german citizenship, they have been deleted from the database and are not considered to be foreigners anymore. There were 111 thousand of them last year.

  4. The Frankfurter Rundschau reported that there are now 9.11 million registered foreigners in Germany, a figure which has increased by almost 12 percent compared to 2014.

    * The Statistical Office also reported that as of 2014—that is, before the current influx of nonwhite invaders posing as refugees, some 20 percent of Germany’s population was made up of people with a “migrant background.”

    This is, of course, not true. In 2014, before the Great Invasion started, there were already approximately 20% foreigners, or Non-Germans, in Germany. To arrive at the lower numbers, the FRG-regime only counts the foreigners without a FRG-“passport” as foreigners. Additionally, in 2000 the FRG-regime replaced the Ius Sanguinis with the Ius Soli, which means that any Negro, Arab, Jew etc. that is born in Germany is considered to be a German, which he actually is not. To make things worse, most of the invaders are young men, while the remaining Germans are both male and female and most are much older.

  5. Even the birds have their nests. The plight of the humans is below the standards of the wildlife. Who planned all of this chaos? Nothing is more tiring than drifting from place to place without a home. Human beings are being bullied by the architects of the NWO.

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