Leading German Economist Spells out Islamic Immigration Disaster Facing EuropeOne of Germany’s leading economists, German Federal Bank executive and Berlin Finance Minister, Dr Thilo Sarrazin, has spelled out details of the Islamic disaster facing Germany and all of Europe as a result of mass immigration.
Dr Sarrazin has stirred up the liberal hornet’s nest with a series of articles in the Germany publication Bild in which he revealed the truth about the Islamification of Germany.
“In all countries concerned — whether England, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium, Denmark or Norway — one makes comparable observations about Muslim immigrants,” Dr Sarrazin wrote.
He then listed the factors common to all Muslim immigrant groups as follows:
- Below average integration into the job market.
- Above average dependence on social welfare.
- Below average education participation.
- Above average fertility.
- Spatial segregation with the tendency for the formation of parallel society.
- Above average religiousness with increasing tendency to fundamentalism.
- Above average crime, ranging from ‘simple’ violent crime right up to terrorism.
Dr Sarrazin went on to describe the effects of Islamic immigration on Germany this way:
“Only 33.9 percent of immigrants from a Muslim background draw their main living costs from gainful employment and unemployment is four times higher with the Muslim population than Germans.”
He pointed out that immigrants from non-Muslim countries do not display these massive unemployment and social dependency tendencies.
“I would like that my great-grandchildren can in 100 years still live in Germany,” he wrote.
"I don't want the country of my grandchildren and great-grandchildren to become, in large part, Muslim, that over wide areas Turkish and Arabic are spoken, where the women wear headscarves and the daily rhythms of life are dictated by the call of the Muezzin," he wrote.
"Demographically, the enormous fertility of the Muslim migrants poses a threat for the cultural and civilization equilibrium in aging Europe.
“I do not want us to become strangers in our own country.”
Dr Sarrazin’s latest article in Bild magazine can be found by clicking here (German language).