Sputnik News 11. Jan. 2017: Since 2015, about one and a half million refugees have come to Germany. The costs are immense. But what about the long-term costs of pensions and health insurance for the predominantly under-qualified immigrants? Prof. Bernd Raffelhüschen, Professor of Public Finance from the University of Freiburg in the Sputnik interview.
Mr. Raffelhüschen, can you roughly quantify the costs for the state as a result of the wave of immigration since 2015?
Raffelhüschen: “We still do not know how many really came in 2016 and 2017. But if you imagine that these were not particularly highly qualified people, some of whom were not that young anymore, then you have to see clearly that these people in the life cycle are far from paying what they think the welfare state in Germanyis to perform for them. And the gap between them is somewhere between 350,000 and 450,000 euros per refugee throughout his life”.
350,000 to 450,000 per refugee or immigrant, but what is the magnitude of the total cost to the state? How would you estimate that?
Raffelhüschen: “The order of magnitude is cash value almost a trillion euros. But it spreads over many, many years, to the point where the last immigrant then dies as a hundred-year care case, if one puts it crassly. That comes to about 20 billion euros per year”.
And what do the Germans (and Europeans) get for that much money – the German government even brainwashing the Germans through public media to accept this? Abolition of their identity, a new religion and a new Middle East Medieval culture on the orders of the Fuehrer ruled by the London City once again. Watch this devastating video.
But to this come the family reunifications. And what about the many Muslims who immigrated before 2015?
Die Tagesschau (News) 30. Nov. 2017 and the Deutschlandfunk 6. Jan. 2017: 4.4 to 4.7 million Muslims in the Federal Republic. This information is based on an estimate by the Federal Office for Migration and Refugees at the end of 2015.
Die Welt 30. Nov.2018: The share of Muslims is likely to almost double to 11% by 2050, if migration to Germany in should continue at a medium pace.
I suppose these numbers are underestimated What these Muslims cost the German labour slaves for life exceeds my arithmetics.
However, In Denmark and Sweden immigration cost 30% of the state budgets in 2001. In Norway,in 2013, every non-western immigrant was calculated cost4.1 mio. NKr during his lifetime. In Denmark the costs of immigration is above 100 bn DKr annually.
If we multiply the 4.1 Nkr with 1.5 million migrants since 2015, we arrive at 6.15 trillion Nkr – which equals 636.971.355.802 EUR. Since then prices have probably risen
With mathematical certainty, however, depending on the percentage of Muslims in the population, one can expect increasing violence from the population – because there is proof of proportionality, and on top of that for German money!
Barbara Lerner Spectre – Jews behind immigration into Europe
EU Commission Sets up a Committee to Define Thought Crime/”Fake News”
The following means the end of the freedom of expression in the EU.
The EU Commission has established a committee to define thought crime as described in Orwell´s 1984.
What the consequences of this dictatorial enterprise will bee, remains to be seen.
The link to the following monstrocity is: https://ec.europa.eu/digital-single-market/en/news/experts-appointed-high-level-group-fake-news-and-online-disinformation
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Experts appointed to the High-Level Group on Fake News and online disinformation
Following an open selection process, the Commission has appointed 39 experts to a new High Level Group (HLEG) on fake news and online disinformation. It comprises representatives of the civil society, social media platforms, news media organisations, journalists and academia. Professor dr. Madeleine de Cock Buning is nominated to chair the Group.
The High Level group will advise the Commission on scoping the phenomenon of fake news, defining the roles and responsibilities of relevant stakeholders, grasping the international dimension, taking stock of the positions at stake, and formulating recommendations.
Professor dr. Madeleine de Cock Buning from Utrecht University specialised in Intellectual Property, Copyright and Media and Communication Law is nominated to chair the Group.
|Bechmann, Anja||Digital Footprints / Digital society|
|Nielsen, Rasmus||Reuters Institute for Journalism Oxford|
|Raag, Ilmar||Media executive|
|Jimenez Cruz, Clara||Maldita.es / El Objetivo de Ana Pastor|
|Frau-Meigs, Divina||Sorbonne Nouvelle University|
|Pollicino, Oreste||Bocconi University|
|Rozukalne, Anda||Riga Stradings University|
|Bargaoanu, Alina||University of Bucharest|
|Turk, Ziga||University of Ljubljana|
|Schwetje, Sonja||RTL Group|
|Stjarne, Hanna||Sveriges Television|
|Whitehead, Sarah||Sky News|
|Steenfadt, Olaf||Reporters sans frontières|
|Sundermann, Marc||Bertelsmann & Co|
|Von Reppert-Bismarck, Juliane||Lie Detectors|
|Mantzarlis, Alexios||IFCN Poynter|
|Dzsinich, Gergely||ICT law|
|Niklewicz, Konrad||Civic Institute|
|Wardle, Claire||First draft|
|MacDonald, Raegan||Mozilla Firefox|
|Gutierrez, Ricardo||European Federation for Journalists|
|Rae, Stephen||Independent News and Media|
|van Wijk, Wout||News Media Europe|
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