Germany’s government is preparing to spend €93.6 billion ($104 billion) on expenses related to the Angela Merkel-created nonwhite invasion within the next four years.
According to a leaked document from the Federal Finance Ministry, published by Der Spiegel magazine, the costs include accommodation, food, and “integrating” the invaders.
The figures are based on a further 600,000 nonwhites invading Germany in 2016—in addition to the estimated 1.5 million who arrived last year.
Then, the projection claims, a further 400,000 nonwhites will arrive in 2017, and 300,000 in 2018 and 2019 respectively—making up a grand total of over three million.
That figure does not include the right to “family reunification” which is likely to quadruple the figures—at the very least.
The budget projection contains the following breakdown:
Welfare “benefits” for the invaders, including subsidized rent payments, will amount to an estimated €25.7 billion.
€5.7 billion has been set aside for language courses.
€4.6 billion has been set aside for “integration assistance with regard to employment”—this is likely to be the creation of fictitious jobs so as to provide “employment” for the invaders.
The document “assumes” that 55 percent of the invaders will be working after five years—a figure which earlier studies have shown is ludicrously inaccurate.
Another fact which is apparent from the budget is that Merkel’s promises that there would be no tax increases resulting from the invasion were patently false.
The Finance Ministry document says that the sixteen German states will have to contribute at least half of the expected annual costs of around €21 billion—a figure which will rise to around €30 billion by 2020.
The tax implications per German are studied in the report, which says that in the Saarland Federal State each resident will have to pay €70 for the “refugee” costs, while in the state of Bremen, each resident will have to contribute €700.
The shock figures have already created division within the governing Christian Democratic Union (CDU) party, with state governments almost all rejecting the calculations as “impossible.”
Talks on the issue between the central government and the states are set to be renewed on May 31.
The allocation to create “jobs” for the invaders is also likely to be an Achilles Heel for the government at the next elections.
The German unemployment rate currently stands at 2.7 million people—who have all now been sent to the back of the line in favor of the newly-arrived nonwhite invaders.