The taxpayers of Berlin are to be presented with a €600 million bill—payable to an “Israeli-owned hotel group”—to house nonwhite “refugee”-invaders in luxury hotels in the city, the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (FAZ) newspaper has revealed.
According to the FAZ, which has obtained copies of the secret documents used to discuss the deal, the arrangement will mean that each invader will cost the German taxpayer some €18,000 every year in accommodation costs alone.
In terms of the “deal,” the Berlin Senate aims to hire no less than twenty-two hotels for €600 million to house the flood of nonwhites who have poured into the city, all falsely claiming to be refugees.
The city government has resorted to this measure because last year, around 80,000 invaders presented themselves in Berlin, demanding to be fed, housed, and taken care of, as per Chancellor Angela Merkel’s open doors invitation.
A similar number are expected to arrive this year as well, the FAZ continued, and as a result the Berlin government has estimated that it will need tens of thousands of additional accommodation units to house the invasion.
The nonwhites have already exhausted the resources of the Berlin Office for Health and Social Services (LaGeSo), which has already confiscated about 50 gymnasium halls in the city for use as accommodation.
In addition, former office buildings have been taken over, and even the hangers of the recently-closed Tempelhof Airport are being used to house at least 7,000 invaders.
The Grand City Hotels (GCH) group has stepped in to be the beneficiary of this flood, and the deal is to rent hotel rooms in the city for €50 per night—or €1500 per month—for each invader.
The GCH Group, the documents in FAZ’s possession note, consists of “a group of Israeli entrepreneurs,” and includes hotels using the Holiday Inn and Wyndham brand.
The “deal” is a boon to the hotel owners as they are now guaranteed an occupancy rate of 100 percent (as opposed to the hotel industry’s standard 60 or 65 percent).
However, for the taxpayers, the “deal” makes less sense. As the FAZ pointed out, the rental agreement works out at a cost of €18.50 per square meter—compared to the going current market rate of comparable buildings in the city which charge between €9 and €10 per square meter.
The plan has however run into some hurdles. The decision to rent the hotels in secret to the “Israelis” without putting the issue out to tender, is now due to be debated at an upcoming Senate meeting, the FAZ reported.