The nonwhite colonizer population of Brussels, Belgium, has plunged the “capital of the EU” into a poverty-ridden depression with a 25 percent unemployed rate and one-third living below the official poverty line.
According to a report in the Belgian VTM Nieuws, a third of the population of Brussels live “on an income below the poverty line.”
The figures come from the latest Brussels Welfare Barometer of 2015, issued by the Brussels Observatory for Health and Welfare.
The report said that the “risk of poverty in Brussels is thus clearly higher than in Wallonia and Flanders.”
The report also said that “nearly four in ten” residents of the city are at “risk of poverty or social exclusion” and that the poverty levels are “double that of the average Belgian.”
Twenty-five percent of the “children and young people” in Brussels are living in households where there is no income-generator, and a quarter of the population of working age (18–64 years) are on welfare.
More than 44,000 families—that is, people with children—are on the waiting list for social housing, the report said.
VTM Nieuws quoted the researchers as saying that the “figures in the barometer understate the reality” because “groups such as undocumented migrants and homeless are not included in the figures.”
Brussels has a large concentration of Third World colonizers, including many of Turkish and Moroccan ancestry, together with French-speaking black Africans from the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Rwanda, and Burundi.
According to official figures, at least 56.5 percent of the population in Brussels is of “foreign origin.” In 1961 it was only 7.3 percent, and most of those were other European nationals.
By 1991, the foreign-origin population had risen to 28.5 percent, in addition to another 4.5 percent who were newly naturalized as Belgian citizens.
By 2005, the number of foreign-origin immigrants in Brussels was 26.3 percent, and the total number of naturalizations as Belgian nationals had jumped to 30.2 percent—of whom the vast majority were Third World immigrants.
The extent of the nonwhite colonization process can be seen from the annual “most popular names for children” survey,
Since 2008—that is, eight years ago already—the most popular boy’s name in Brussels has been Mohammed (Source: Algemene Directie Statistiek En Economische Informatie Persbericht, November 24, 2009).
Among the next nine most popular boy’s names in 2008, no less than five were also clearly identifiable as Muslim: Rayan, Ayoub, Anas, Hamza, and Amine, while others were more typically African. Girl’s names in Brussels in 2008 showed the same trend.
The latest socioeconomic report makes the effect of this mass Third World colonization process clear. The far-left argument that mass immigration is needed to “save the economy” has been conclusively shown to be a lie.
All that happens is that the Third Worlders bring their poverty and Third World living conditions with them—and turn their areas into ghettoes where their “culture” dominates.