Germany: 2% of Invaders “Work”

Only 2 percent of the 1.3 million registered nonwhite invaders posing as asylum seekers in Germany have found work—and the vast majority of those are in temporary, menial government-created and subsidized “one-Euro-a-day” jobs, it has been revealed.

According to the head of the Federal Office for Migration and Refugees (BAMF), only some 30,000 “refugees” have been employed—out of the 1,303,000 invaders officially registered in Germany.


Speaking in an interview with the Rheinische Post newspaper, BAMF head Frank-Jürgen Weise admitted that he was “not satisfied, because we have failed to make any great achievements” in getting the invaders into the German economy.

When the invasion was at its height in 2015, the head of the Daimler organization—known as a foremost supporter of the “refugees welcome” movement—said that the influx of nonwhites was going to cause a second “economic miracle” (wirtschaftswunder).

The first wirtschaftswunder occurred when Germany recovered from the devastation of the Second World War. Somehow, Zetsche—and other “refugee welcome” supporters—believed that the importation of over a million and a half low-IQ Third Worlders would spark a renewal in the German economy.

Instead, as the new figures now show, the invaders are contributing absolutely nothing to the German economy, and instead are acting as a massive drain on the German taxpayers, who have to subsidize them and their families.

At least 7,500 of the invaders who were counted amongst the 30,000 “employed refugees” were working on temporary contracts, while most of the others had “menial jobs as janitors or as security guards,” the Deutsche Welle news service reported.

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