The liberal claim that Third World immigration is needed to “boost Europe’s labor force” has been exposed once again as a lie with the news that none of the 50,000 officially recognized “asylum seekers” in the German state of North Rhine Westphalia are working, and all are living on welfare.
The Deutsche Welle (DW) news service has admitted that “there is little demand for these would-be-employees in Germany’s most populous state.”
In an article titled “Refugee Dilemma: The challenge of finding jobs for refugees in Germany,” DW reported that the official “employment agency of Germany’s most populous state is sounding the alarm over its inability to provide tens of thousands of refugees with work.”
So far, the 50,000 nonwhite invaders who have “completed the prerequisite asylum process and integration courses” in North Rhine-Westphalia (NRW) “are now at the point where they may apply for jobs, the state’s employment agency says.”
The DW goes on to repeat the classic liberal arguments used to promote Third World immigration—but then immediately, and likely inadvertently, admits that these arguments are false:
“In the face of Germany’s low birthrate and rapidly aging population, one would think that the influx of new labor would be beneficial, but in NRW, however, there is little demand for these would-be-employees in Germany’s most populous state.”
Christiane Schönefeld, the head of the NRW employment agency, in an interview with the WDR broadcaster, and quoted by DW, attempted to explain this mysterious lack of employment by claiming that employers are not interested because the invaders’ “resident permit status is still not clear or the work permit regulations are too complicated.”
This is however nonsense, because recognized “asylum seekers” have been granted residence rights, and there are no more formalities to fulfill.
The DW article then goes on to admit the truth, saying that the invaders just do not have any skills or ability:
“It seems many refugees from Syria and other war-torn countries lack the skills and qualifications German companies need, even if they have completed vocational training or a university degree in their native countries,” the DW says, despite quoting Schönefeld as saying that “this is the moment in time when integrating refugees into the labor market either succeeds or fails.”
The state has gone through great lengths to try and get the invaders into work. Months ago, the DW reports, NRW set up 47 specific “integration point” centers where invaders can find help with “integration classes,” “guidance counseling,” “recognition of foreign credentials,” or even finding a kindergarten place for their children.
However, the problem is that at least one-third of the invaders have no schooling at all, the NRW employment agency told DW, adding that “young people with little or no schooling rarely have a chance of finding a trainee position.”
Furthermore, “in general, asylum seekers to Europe are mainly young and male,” a study commissioned earlier this year by the European Parliament found. Of first-time “asylum applicants, 74 percent are male, and 82 percent are younger than 35.
The same numbers hold true in NRW, the employment agency said. Seventy percent of the invaders in the state’s October unemployment statistics are male, and poorly educated, and more than 60 percent are younger than 35.
Nationwide, the government’s “migration experts” predict that by the end of 2017, at least 460,000 invaders will be “ready to enter the German job market”—but, going by the NRW test, none of them are actually going to work either.
In July 2016, it was reported that the top 30 listed companies on the German stock exchange have only been able to employ 54 of the invaders posing as refugees in Germany.