Then why are there so many unemployed migrants living on welfare? Germany’s economy appears to be cracking – with the unemployment rate for Muslim refugees up to 65% and Germany’s projected growth rate for 2019 being cut by 44% from 1.8% to a mere 1%. Germany took in more than 1 million Muslim migrants in 2015, most of whom apparently are unemployable.
Voice of Europe In fact, Germany’s growth rate has been on a steady decline since 2017, while its inflation rate has been rising from a low of 0.39% in 2016 to a projected 1.78% in 2019.
With low fertility rates, a short supply of labor, and a welfare system stretched to max point propping up a 65% unemployment rate for Muslim refugees, Germany has failed to mediate the problem and instead blamed false factors in an attempt to conceal and censor the facts.
It becomes apparent that the failed Iran Nuclear Deal is now even more vital than ever to prop up an economy that is close to slithering into a recession.
As such, Germany, together with France and the UK, has created a backdoor, a means of evading the US sanctions on business dealings with Iran. The gamble is comprised of a clearing house system wherein money flows through a third party instrument labeled INSTEX. Testing the efficacy of this channel through trade of nonsanctionable goods, Germany is waiting to see how Trump and his administration will react and whether fines and additional trade wars will erupt further.
Instead of negotiating with the US, Merkel is now putting Germany in the crossroads wherein weakened alliances could create a plummeting downward economic spiral that would not only take out Germany but the EU as a globalist power.
Ye Angela Merkel is still putting out fluff pieces about needing so-called “skilled Muslim migrants” to save the German economy. Hard to understand why German leaders don’t look to Eastern Europe for skilled employees, rather than importing the people who would just as soon kill them.