Third World invaders pretending to be refugees in Germany get more money in welfare and benefits than an average German working family earns.
Official figures show that the average monthly take home wage for a German family is €2,147, while an invader family gets payments and benefits to the value of €2,583 per month.
When an invader pretending to be a refugee first sets foot in Germany, they get immediate cash handouts. In the so-called “initial reception facility,” an adult single refugee receives a cash payment of €143 per month to cover personal needs—this is called “pocket money” in the unofficial parlance.
Couples get €129 each, that is, €258 euros “pocket money” per month. In addition, for every child up the age of six years, the invaders get an additional €84 “pocket money” per month.
For each additional child between the ages of 6 and 13 years, they get an additional €92 “pocket money” per month, and for each child between the ages of 14 and 17, they get an additional €85 per month.
In addition, all their accommodation and food expenses are covered, and they get immediate and free healthcare, for which Germans have to pay.
Once the invaders are no longer in the “reception facilities,” that is, they have been placed in outside accommodation, each adult single “refugee” gets €216 per month. Couples get €194 per month each, that is, €388 per month.
In addition, for every child up to the age of six years, they get an additional €133 per month. For children between the ages of six and 13 years, they get an additional €157 per month. For each child between the ages of 14 and 17, they will receive an additional €198 per month.
Once a “refugee” has been in Germany more than 15 months, they then qualify for the standard social welfare benefits known as Hartz IV, which comes out to €392 per month per person.
Working on a theoretical example of a married couple with three children, one below the age of 6, another aged 8, and a third aged 14, they will get the following payments:
In the initial “reception center,” this family unit will be paid €258 + €84 + €92 + €85—that is, a total of €519 per month. In addition, their food, shelter, clothing, health, and other necessities are provided.
Once they have been placed in outside accommodation, this family unit will be paid €388 + €157 + €198, that is, a total of €743 cash per month.
In addition, all their housing, health insurance, and utility costs will be covered.
Once they move onto the Hartz IV system, these payments remain constant, on an indefinite basis.
According to official figures, the basic cost of living in Germany for an average German family is made up of the following:
Apartment (3 bedrooms) in city center: €1,232.40 per month.
Apartment (3 bedrooms) Outside of city center €901.45 per month.
Most of the invaders are housed in city centers.
Utilities cost the average German €217.66 per month.
In addition, State Health Insurance (Gesetzliche Krankenversicherung) costs the average German €390 per month, per working adult.
This means that the basic cost of living for an average German family is €1840 per month—with only one person a family actually paying health insurance. With two people paying health insurance, this figure will rise further.
When this basic cost of living (€1840) is added to the cash handout given to an invader family, it is seen that they are “earning” €2,583 per month—more than the average German family earns (€2,147).