1 In 5 “Germans” Has Immigrant Background

Immigrant

Shocking new data suggests that as many as 1 in 5 (22.5%) of people resident in Germany are either immigrants themselves or come from an immigrant background.

In a report issued this week by the the German Federal Statistics Office (Destatis), the number of people living in Germany of an immigrant background was reported as being 18.6 million as of 2016, an increase of 8.5% from 2015.

Destatis attributed the large increase since 2005 – when these figures were first recorded – on the massive immigration figures the country has witnessed in recent years. Patricularly shocking was the revelation that 2.14 million immigrants settled in Germany between 2014 and 2015, with a large proportion of these the so-called ‘refugees’ that the Merkel regime made welcome.

This fact can be seen from other aspects of the data recorded by Destatis. For instance, the figures for 2016 show that there are 2.3 million people with middle-eastern heritage living in Germany, an increase of 51% from 2011.

The number of people who claim African heritage has also increased some 46% since 2011, with this particular immigrant group now numbering almost a million.

These are the “new Germans”, displacing the natives of the country in a state-sponsored display of social engineering at its most sinister. Native Germans are now a minority in their fifth largest city – Frankfurt – thanks to the immigration policies of the Merkel regime.

The data recorded also highlights the growing disparity in educational standards between immigrant and native groups in Germany. For example, 9% of those with an immigrant background have no high school qualifications, compared to 2% of the general populous.

A further 32% have no vocational training, compared to 9% of the population as a whole. These discrepancies in the level of qualification between immigrant and native groups ensure that the former continue to place a higher burden on the taxpayer as they are less prepared for the labour market.

One worrying statistic for Germany’s immediate neighbours is the amount of immigrants who have obtained German citizenship (52%). The present European Union rules allow for passport-free travel between EU member states for all European citizens – also known as the Schengen Agreement.

Many of Merkel’s migrants will now be able to move freely across Europe, with the potential outcome being a Cologne-type incident on a continent-wide scale.

It must also be noted that many a terrorist or would-be terrorist has taken advantage of the Schengen Zone to transport weapons between EU member states and coordinate attacks, as the Paris Bataclan attackers did so effectively.

 

 

William is a writer based in England, Great Britain.