The number of nonwhite invaders posing as asylum seekers in Germany and receiving welfare has tripled from 2014, and last year €5.3 billion ($5.91 billion) in welfare handouts were paid out, new official figures have revealed.
According to a statement issued by the Federal Statistical Office (Destatis), the recipients of the handouts claimed to come from Syria, Afghanistan, Iraq, “other Asia,” Eritrea, Nigeria, Somalia, and the “rest of Africa.”
The number of “asylum seekers” jumped 169 percent from 363,000 in 2014 to 975,000 in 2015—the sixth consecutive year of increases.
In addition, the claimants were 67 percent male and 33 percent female in 2015, and almost 30 percent claimed to be minors.
Some 63 percent of the invaders came from Asia, while 22 percent came from “Europe” (that is, the southwest Balkans, namely Serbia, Albania, Macedonia, Kosovar or Montenegro), and 13 percent from Africa. Almost none of these claimants actually qualify for asylum at all.
Destatis further reported that the payments are made to “foreigners who actually reside in the Federal territory” and who have a “residence permit for subsidiary protection or toleration.”
“Toleration” is German government speak for those who in theory do not qualify for residence, but are allowed to stay on because of some other complication in their deportation procedure.
Most importantly, however, the Destatis statement continued, “foreigners who have been granted refugee status by the Federal Office for Migration and Refugees or who have been granted asylum are not entitled to benefits and are not included in these statistics.”
In other words, these statistics do not include the hundreds of thousands of invaders already granted asylum in Germany—who are already drawing “conventional” welfare payments.
The basic benefits under the Asylum Seekers Benefits Act cover food, housing, heating, clothing, health and personal care, and household goods. In addition, more cash is handed out for “the personal needs of daily life.”