New official figures from the Austrian Public Employment Service (Arbeitsmarktservice, AMS) show that none of the 90,000 Third Worlders pretending to be refugees in that country are employed, and that all are still parasiting off the welfare system nearly three years after they invaded that country.
According to a report by the Freedom Party of Austria (FPÖ)’s news service, a new report from the AMS said that as of the end of October 2018, about 29,872 “recognized refugees and their beneficiaries” were registered as unemployed.
But, as the report pointed out, a further 3,000 “refugees” do not appear in the AMS’s unemployment statistics “due to insufficient German language skills” and tens of thousands of others are “missing” from the statistics.
Quoting AMS board member Johannes Kopf, the report also revealed that the new figures do not include “refugees” taking basic German courses in the regions of Salzburg, Tyrol, Vienna, and Vorarlberg—where most are congregated—because they are still busy with “basic German language courses.”
Invaders doing these courses are not registered as “seeking work,” at least until they are finished the course.
“Therefore, in these four federal states, those refugees are usually only recorded in the AMS statistics about three months later,” Kopf was quoted as saying.
The article went on to point that that “there is a stark discrepancy with the Ministry of the Interior’s asylum statistics and those registered at the Public Employment Service.”
According to the Ministry’s figures, in the period January 2016 to September 2017, there were 49,775 “positive” asylum application outcomes.
“As a result, around 20,000 recognized asylum seekers are missing in the unemployment statistics or in the German AMS courses,” the article pointed out.
Contradictory figures about the number of invaders who have “disappeared” during the asylum procedure are also evident.
The report says that according to the Federal Office for Aliens and Asylum, “only” 11,477 asylum seekers have disappeared since the beginning of January 2016—but as the employment figures indicate, this figure is in excess of 20,000.
The figures mean that when the number of officially-registered unemployed fake refugees is added to those “still being processed,” those on government-sponsored language courses, and those who have “disappeared,” almost none of the 90,000 invaders who claimed “asylum” in Austria, are working.