Only 742 - or 0.09 percent - of the more than 780,000 Syrians who officially claimed “asylum” in Germany since 2015 have taken up the German government’s offer of a subsidized return to their homeland now that the war there is formally over - and over 76 percent are still on welfare more than four years after invading Germany.
According to official figures released by the Federal government and reported in Die Welt newspaper, in 2017, only 199 Syrians applied for financial support for their “voluntary departure”.
In 2018, the federal government subsidized the return of 466 people to Syria, and in the first quarter of this year, only 77 “refugees” have applied for the cash to go home.
Most applications for the “promotion of return” came from Syrians who had lived in Lower Saxony, Bavaria or Hesse. As a rule, the applications are forwarded by the immigration authorities, in rare cases also by associations and charities.
According to official government figures, “about” 780,000 Syrians were given “refugee” status in Germany. This is not the total number of Syrian “refugees” who applied, nor is it the total number of fake refugees, who come from all over the world, including Asia and Africa.
In 2016, Chancellor Merkel insisted that “most” refugees from Syria and Iraq would go home once the conflicts there had ended.
ISIS has been crushed in both Iraq and Syria, and there is now therefore no “war” excuse which can be used by nationals of either of those nations to justify their invasion of Europe.
In fact, even at the height of the conflict in those states, most of the territory of both those nations was under stable government control, and so there was no need for anyone to actually leave those countries in the first place - never mind trek across a dozen safe countries to invade Germany.
At the time, Merkel justified giving the nonwhite invaders “asytlum” status by saying that it “was important to stress that most refugees had only been allowed to stay for a limited period.
“We need … to say to people that this is a temporary residential status and we expect that, once there is peace in Syria again, once IS has been defeated in Iraq, that you go back to your home country with the knowledge that you have gained,” she told a regional meeting of her Christian Democratic Union (CDU) in the state of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania.
Just like everything else Merkel has said, this was an obvious lie. The nonwhites clearly have no intention of leaving and much prefer to live on white taxpayer handouts in Europe.
According to Germany’s Christian Social Union party leader - and Minister President of Bavaria, Markus Söder, at least 600,000, or 76.9 percent - of the 780,000 “refugees” are on welfare - more than four years after invading Germany. This figure does not even include all the Africans, Asians, and other races parasiting off the German system.