The Austrian government pays nonwhite invader families more in cash handouts than what many working-class Austrians earn after tax in that country, an attempt to reduce the payments has revealed.
The “conservative”-controlled government of the state of Upper Austria has announced a “lowering” of the monthly cash handout it pays to nonwhite invaders from €914 (US $1,030) per month to a “mere” €520 (US $581) per month.
However, a report in the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (FAZ) on the reduction also revealed that this move does not affect the payments to invader families, which are set at €1257 per couple, and an additional €150 per child. With two or three children in tow, this will easily come out to more than a working-class Austrian makes in take-home pay.
A tax professional interviewed by the FAZ, Gottfried Schell, pointed out that an ordinary working Austrian with three children needs to earn at least €2,300 gross per month in order “to achieve the same net disbursements. Many low-skilled have difficulties in achieving such market wages,” he said.
Furthermore, according to Eurostat, the European Union’s statistical bureau, net average monthly salaries in several countries bordering Austria are lower than the amount paid to the invaders.
Residents of the neighboring Hungary bring home an average of €570 per month, and salaries elsewhere in the Balkans are even lower.
In Vienna, a couple with four children can take away a net payment of at least €2,100. In addition, Vienna gives at least €112 per child. Claimants get free health insurance.
Earlier, Austrian Economics Minister Reinhold Mitterlehner (ÖVP) supported a proposal of the governments in Upper and Lower Austria, to set a limit on the amount paid to invader families to a maximum of €1,500 per month.
However, Socialist Party of Austria (SPÖ) Chancellor Christian Kern condemned the proposal as being “harmful for children.”
Upper Austria is controlled by the Austrian Peoples’ Party (ÖVP), one of the partners in the country’s ruling coalition.
Austria took in over 100,000 nonwhite invaders pretending to be refugees last year, and the resultant crime, chaos, terrorism, and violence has caused a major backlash which has propelled the anti-invasion Freedom Party of Austria (FPÖ) into becoming the single largest party.