Angela Merkel’s Third World refugee invasion of Germany is going to cost the German taxpayers at least €29.257 billion per year ($32.8399 billion)—and this figure is likely to increase as the “family reunification” process starts to kick in and the nonwhite numbers swell even further.
A survey undertaken by the Bild newspaper in Germany on the costs of the invasion also revealed that the government is planning on building a minimum of 75,000 new homes to permanently house the invaders.
The housing project is another indication that Merkel was lying in 2015 when she claimed that the “refugees” would be expected to “go home” once “peace had returned to their nations.”
According to the Bild, the “integration” policy is the single biggest expense, with the demand for additional teachers, educators, day-care centers, schools, language courses, and accommodation costs incurred by local authorities to reach at least €20billion—per year.
As the “family reunification” process starts, this figure is expected to grow by at least €2.6 billion per year from 2018 onward.
Another major expense—over and above the “integration” costs will be for an estimated 20,000 additional policemen at a minimum of €1.3 billion per year.
In an indication of the expected invader reproduction rate in Germany, the government is also budgeting for at least 50,000 crèche and day-care places, for which it expects to pay another €400 million every year.
In addition, the German government is planning to pay for at least 250,000 school places each year, at a cost of €1.625 billion per year.
Additional costs involved in employing at least 20,000 new teachers will run at €300 million per year.
The Government is also budgeting for 6,000 social workers at a cost of €240 million per year, and 30,000 “educators” at a minimum cost of €972 million per year.
They also expect to employ some 920 school psychologists at a cost of €40 million per year, and there is a still undetermined cost of German-language teachers.
The 75,000 new homes planned for the invaders will cost a minimum of €1.125 billion in subsidies every year.
Finally, to add insult to injury, the cost of expected deportations of failed “asylum seekers” is expected to run to at least €655 million per year—even though previous figures have shown that the vast majority of such deportation efforts end in failure.
The Bild said that it had compiled the costs from official figures provided by various government agencies.
Apart from revealing that the Merkel government fully expects the mass of invaders to stay on in Germany permanently, the cost estimates also show that tax increases will be inevitable, despite Merkel’s assurances to the contrary.