Foreigners receiving unemployment benefits reaches 2 million in Germany

Poor Ange.  It’s all going pear shaped.   And nobody could have predicted it.  Except everyone else did.

Remember the Progressive claim that ‘refugees’ swarming into Europe will boost the continent’s workforce? “What the refugees bring us is more valuable than gold,” Germany Social Democratic leader politician Martin Schulz assured his countrymen witnessing the migrant stampede.

Chancellor Angela Merkel, too, assured the anxious Germans that a labor market boom was just around the corner.

“Angela Merkel says Germany needs ‘viable solutions’ to integrate refugees into the workforce,” reported the Germany broadcaster Deutsche Welle last year. “Many [refugees] are in integration courses or waiting to get into them,” Merkel said. “I think we will need to show some patience, but must be ready at any time to develop viable solutions.”

More than two years after Merkel fateful decision to open the country’s border to hundreds of thousands of illegal immigrants, Germany still has an aging workforce, but migrants lining up to ease the country’s workforce demands are nowhere to be seen. The migrants, mostly Arab and Muslim man of fighting age, instead heeding the call of the Teutonic workforce, have taken refuge in the fatherland’s generous welfare system.

“More and more foreigners are dependent on the state. In past year, the number of foreigners seeking benefits has gone up by 25 percent,” reported the leading German newspaper Bild Zeitung.

If the latest statistics released by the Germany’s Federal Labor Office are to be trusted, immigrants receiving unemployment benefits have hit record levels. For the first time this number reached almost the 2-million-mark. The figure turns even more staggering if one considers the fact that the total unemployment figure in Germany is currently below 2.5 million

That Nazi Germany guilt must be something else.   To import 400% more unemployed in addition to your domestic unemployment figure is just absolutely staggering.

What did Merkel think would happen by giving away free homes and free money to anyone who turned up?   Did she think they would all find a job?

I think we don’t have to tell her she’s dreamin’.  2.5 million unemployed is probably about the size of the adult work force in New Zealand.   That’s a lot of taxes going to people who left the Middle East so they now have cable TV, fast Internet, free homes and free money to go buy food.

What is it with Germany anyway?   Last century they dicked up Europe with two world wars, and now they are rotting it from within by taking on a festering and ever-growing sore of non-productive foreigners that will remain a burden on the state.   And guess what?  They’ll be making children too.  And they will be German children.


– TR

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