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1 in 7 (14.7%) Germans 32 & Younger Are Muslim—3 Times What Angela Merkel’s Government Claims


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1 in 7 (14.7%) Germans 32 & Younger Are Muslim—3 Times What Angela Merkel’s Government Claims

February 19, 2017
Spencer P Morrison
NationalEconomicsEditorial.com

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Germany’s population is declining, and this will cause economic problems—but increased immigration and accepting refugees (migrants) won’t fix it.

In fact, by some estimates refugees have already cost Germany $1,241,050,000,000—this number will only grow, especially since Germany is now paying refugees to leave.

This article looks at the logic behind Chancellor Merkel’s “immigration grows the economy” argument, and nails down the facts.

I find that there are 7.89 million Muslims in Germany, all immigrants (1st, 2nd, or rarely 3rd) or refugees—14.7% of Germany’s population ages 32 and under is Muslim.

This exacerbates the problems faced by Germany and its aging population, since the majority of these people do not contribute to Germany’s lavish welfare system.  This has led to a number of economic problems.

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5 thoughts on “1 in 7 (14.7%) Germans 32 & Younger Are Muslim—3 Times What Angela Merkel’s Government Claims

  1. Well over the ‘critical mass’ that Islamist planners aim for. They reckon that Muslim emigres should aim for a critical mass of 8-10% which gives them a solid base to start preparing their host societies for establishing Sharia. The increased birth rate among Muslims means that they will take over as a majority within a couple of decades. There’s a dreadful civil war looming once the truth catches on among liberal democracies. It’s probably already too late to change the realities of history.

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