The widely-propagated liberal delusion that the fake refugee invasion of Europe would “boost the workforce and save the pensions” has been again rudely shattered with new official figures which show over 95 percent of the nonwhite invaders granted “asylum” since 2015 are still on welfare—and that the state’s much-vaunted “refugee reserve” fund of €32.5 billion will be “wiped out” within the next two years.
According to the January 2019 edition of the German Federal Ministry for Labor and Social Affairs’ “Migration Monitor: Persons in the Context of Refugee Migration,” the total number of “job-seekers” who are recognized asylum seekers in Germany as of that month stood at 454,527.
However, in a deceptive bureaucratic doublespeak—so typical of the liberal establishment—the official report then goes on to admit that there are a further 374,619 “underemployed” asylum seekers, and at least 38,299 undergoing state-sponsored “training” (and thus not included in the “unemployed” figures).
All this makes a grand total of around 867,445 unemployed or “underemployed” asylum seekers in Germany.
At the same time, the latest figures issued by the German Federal Office for Migration and Refugees (Bundesamt für Migration und Flüchtlinge, BAMF), show that since 2015 at least 558,549 “asylum seekers” have been granted refugee status so far, while a further 278,536 have been granted “subsidiary protection,” and another 75,363 have been allowed to stay because their deportation allegedly poses a risk to their lives. This gives a total of 912,448 “asylum seekers” living legally in Germany.
Expressed as a percentage of this figure, the “unemployed” asylum seeker figure (867,445) therefore represents 95.07 percent of all “refugees” currently legally living in Germany.
These figures also mean that the “refugee” population makes up nearly ten percent of all Germany’s unemployment rate.
As the Ministry for Labor and Social Affairs itself has noted, those “refugees” who do have jobs are generally speaking in “cleaning” and “kitchen helper” jobs—ones which contribute almost nothing to state coffers.
According to a report in the Wochenblick newspaper, the German federal government has admitted that it will have a deficit of almost €25 billion by the year 2023 “as a result of high spending increases.”
These spending increases include the “complete exhaustion of the so-called ‘refugee reserve,’ a €32.5billion set aside which is being used to pay for invader accommodation, meals, language and integration courses, and general welfare.
Finally, to add insult to injury, the Ministry for Labor and Social Affairs statistics show that there were 598,685 “refugee” principal welfare claimants registered as of October 2018.
Given that on average there are at least four dependents for each claimant—and often more—the full financial impact of “family reunification” rules are also rapidly depleting German largesse.
The belief therefore that the nonwhite invasion was therefore going to “save the pensions,” “boost the economy,” and provide “a new workforce for German industry” has proven to be yet another establishment and controlled media lie.