Germany: “Refugee Integration” Failure as 75% of “Charity” Users are “Foreigners”

Despite being given welfare, housing, accommodation, food and “job training,” Third World “asylum seekers” now make up 75% of all users of an Essen, Germany, foodbank—up from one third just three years ago, an indication of the extent of the total failure of the establishment’s claims of “integration” and “economic progress.”

The foodbank in Essen which has now stopped taking in new “foreigners” as recipients It has been attacked by local reds as “Nazi”—hence the graffiti.

According to a report originally published in the New York Times, the foodbank’s owners have now been forced to ban all foreigners from its user list, because it cannot provide for all of them anymore.

At the same time, it has been revealed that Germany spent €43 billion (US$55 billion) on subsidizing the “refugee” invasion in that country last year.

Despite that massive payout—which was largely taken up with cash handouts, welfare, food and accommodation, the Third Worlders have been utterly incapable of contributing in even the most insignificant manner, and many are now using foodbanks like the one in Essen as well.

According to the New York Times report, the “decision of one food bank in the western city of Essen to stop signing up more foreigners after migrants gradually became the majority of its users has prompted a storm of reaction in Essen, a former coal town in Germany’s rust belt, and across the country.”

The move has “highlighted an uncomfortable reality: Three years after Germany welcomed more than 1 million refugees, much of the burden of integrating the newcomers has fallen on the poorest, whose neighborhoods have changed and who have to compete for subsidized apartments, school places and, in the case of the food bank, a free meal,” the report continued.

The poor Germans who normally use the foodbank all support the move by its head, Jörg Sartor, to halt handouts to the foreigners. As the report revealed:

Ask any of the Germans lined up outside the former water tower that houses the food bank one recent morning and they will call Sartor a “people’s hero.”

“He stands up for us,” said Peggy Lohse, 36, a single mother of three. Until recently, groups of young migrant men had sometimes elbowed their way to the front of the line, Lohse recalled. She went home empty-handed more than once. Some older women were so intimidated that they stopped coming altogether, she said.





“We have worked and paid taxes in this country; our parents built it up,” said Marianne Rymann, 62, also in line. “How can it be that we are turned away and those who just arrived get what they need?”

When the invaders initially arrived, they were “distributed across the country with the aim of sharing the cost and optimizing the chances of integration,” the report continued.

“But many later left their designated homes, gravitating to areas that already had a high concentration of migrants. Essen, a city of 600,000 people, has seen its Syrian community grow to nearly 11,000 from 1,300 in 2015.”

According to Karlheinz Endruschat, a local Social Democrat, who represents the northern district of Altenessen, apartments have become scarcer, schools report that 9 out of 10 of their students are non-German. Some German residents feel alienated by the number of newcomers.

“There are times when you walk down the street and you are in the minority,” Endruschat said.

Cottbus and Freiberg in the former East Germany, and Delmenhorst and Salzgitter in the former West, are among a number of cities that have taken steps to stop more refugees from settling there, saying they are at or beyond capacity.

Several food banks have sought to limit tensions by segregating immigrants and Germans by time or day. Some have banned young men from signing up — in theory not to target migrants, but in practice exactly that.

He is not the only one. Sartor proudly showed off his donation account: Over the past two weeks the food bank has received as much as it would normally raise in six months.

The reality is, of course, that the Third World invasion has merely brought with it Third World conditions—and the race-denying establishment simply refuses to see or understand this basic fact.


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  1. “Several food banks have sought to limit tensions by segregating immigrants and Germans by time or day…”
    Damn! Isn’t diversity our strength? I thought segregation was “racist”? Where will they do it next? Swimming pools? Surely not!

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