While respectable Germans pay taxes to the state budget of decent size, the migration policy of the authorities is devastating this treasury with incredible speed. So, two years ago, a center was built in Ingolstadt to receive “incompatible underage refugees.” Now the premises have been restored, as the young migrants settled there didn’t particularly care about state property. Repair, of course, cost Berlin not cheap, but the level of absurdity did not end there.
As it turned out, for each “unaccompanied minor” per year, the state allocates 50 thousand euros. Thus, each of them costs the German taxpayers more than 4,000 a month, writes journalist Igor Maltsev. All this despite the fact that under the Harz IV social assistance program, millions of Germans receive benefits of just 450 euros.
Finally, in the same Ingolstadt in 2019, 3.5 million euros will be allocated to migrants, although, according to Maltsev, the authorities try not to talk about it.