by Jim Hoft, The Gateway Pundit:
Ninety percent of asylum seekers in Austria are living on welfare.
In Germany only one-in-five of Merkel’s immigrants are working.
At least one million immigrants have invaded Germany in the last three years.
Fria Tider reported:
Of a million asylum seekers who have come to Germany in recent years, only a fifth has acquired some kind of employment, writes SVT Nyheter. Now, a large majority of Germans consider that immigration policy needs to change. In the elections of Sunday, immigration has become the most important choice.
As many as seven out of ten Germans, the so-called integration after asylum to Germany is far too bad.
Among the newly arrived immigrants, there are very few who have so far brought something to the country.
Of the one million asylum seekers who have come to Germany in recent years, only fifth, or 200,000, have gained employment.
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