Official figures released by the German government have revealed that there are 3.12 million “asylum seekers” currently living in Germany - substantially more than the “one million” often claimed by the controlled media and other crooked establishment figures.
The new population figures, released by the German Government’s census bureau, Destatis, revealed that the population of Germany as of end December 2018 stood at 83 million, of which at least 25 percent had a “migration background.”
Because the German figures do not differentiate on the basis of race, not all of this “migration background” population are of nonwhite or Third World origin. Of those who came for family or employment reasons, 72% and 85% respectively came from European countries led by Poland, Romania and Italy.
A person of “migrant background,” is officially defined as a person who is a migrant or has at least one parent not born as a German citizen.
The population of “migrant background” increased by half a million, or 2.5 percent, from 2017.
The figures said that 15 percent of migrants, half of whom are from the Middle East, came as “refugees seeking asylum.” This translates to 3.12 million individuals, currently living in Germany as “refugees” - and also therefore living off the German taxpayer.
In 2018, around 52 percent of the “population with a migration background” were Germans and almost 48 percent were foreigners.
About half of the 10.9 million “Germans with a migration background” have had German citizenship since birth (5.5 million). They have a migration background because at least one parent is foreign, naturalized, German by adoption or (late) resettlers or resettlers.
Of the 20.8 million people living in Germany with a “migrant background,” around 13.5 million people were not born in Germany, but have immigrated in the course of their lives.
Immigrants named family reasons (48 percent) as the most important migration motive, while a further 19 percent said that they were seeking or seeking employment in Germany.
“Refuge and asylum” were the main motive for 15 percent of the “immigrants,” while 5 percent stated that they had come to Germany for study or rather for a training or further education.
Immigrants claiming to have traveled to Germany for family reasons came mainly from Europe (72 percent), as well as those who came to Germany because of being accepted or seeking employment (85 percent).
On the other hand, “immigrants,” who gave refuge and asylum as the main motive for migration, came mainly from the Middle East (47 percent). Those who came to Germany for study or education and training came to 40 percent from Europe and 38 percent from Asia.
The deliberate confusion created by Destatis and the German establishment makes it hard to pin down a final figure of Germany’s Third World population, but given the admission that there are at least 3.1 million “refugees” inside that country, added to the over three million Turks already in Germany, and undetermined numbers of Africans, Asians and Indians, it is likely that the nonwhite population is now over 15 percent of the total population.