Mohammedan migrants are unable to contribute in any meaningful way

In other words, Mohammedans are useless in a civilised society.

Immigration into Germany: Myths vs. Facts

The following video begins with a typical German propaganda clip in which the virtues of mass immigration are extolled — all those doctors and engineers (and their wives, children, uncles, and cousins) who will enrich Germany.

An economics professor then takes a look at the facts of immigration. He doesn’t discuss the social and law-enforcement disadvantages of migrants, but concentrates solely on the financial downside — and that’s bad enough.

Here’s some background on the professor and his data:

Hans-Werner Sinn, a professor of economics at the IFO Institute (Leibniz Institute for Economic Research) at the University of Munich.

He mentions a study by Ludger Wößmann, who is a professor of economics at the University of Munich and Director of the IFO Center for the Economics of Education. His main research interests are the determinants of long-run prosperity, and of student achievement. He uses micro-econometric methods to answer applied policy-relevant questions on the empirical economics of education, often using international student achievement tests. His special focuses is to address the importance of education for economic prosperity — individual and societal, historical and modern — and the importance of educational institutions for efficiency and equity. Further research topics cover aspects of economic history, the economics of religion, and the Internet.

Many thanks to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:

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Video transcript:

00:00 I come from Syria —I come from Syria. —All of them are highly motivated.
00:04 They want to take advantage of the chance
00:07 that life has given them. —I want to be a banker. —And you? —Engineer.
00:15 I want to be a journalist or a scientist. I like that.
00:19 We recognise that many of the refugees that come to Germany
00:24 are exceptionally highly qualified, academically as well as
00:29 professionally trained. They are urgently needed. Aside from that,
00:35 many of them want better living conditions and
00:41 to work as soon as possible. Germany will profit greatly from that.
00:45 Germany is heading towards a shortage of skilled labor.
00:50 Experts forecast that the lack of skilled labor will reach 2.4 million by 2030
00:54 with lower immigration. However, if net immigration
00:58 were to increase to 400,000 per year, then the shortage could be reduced by half.
01:02 The Facts. Economics Professor Hans-Werner Sinn. —Allow me to come to the facts.
01:06 What is the real picture regarding the qualifications of the migrants coming to Germany?
01:10 Thanks to a study done by Ludger Wößmann from the IFO Institute, we have
01:15 clear information concerning the education level in Syria.
01:19 Two-thirds of Syrian graduates qualify below
01:23 the Pisa 1 standard. This is normally the threshold of literacy, the ability to read and write.
01:33 For the study, evaluations were done in mathematics.
01:36 Scoring below the PISA 1 standard means those tested
01:39 could not multiply, divide and the like. This is despite being educated.
01:43 Those tested were 15-year-olds who quit
01:46 secondary school and weren’t able to this math. Two-thirds.
01:54 Those who make it to Germany are in a better range.
02:00 First they usually go through Turkey and stay in refugee camps there.
02:08 Studies were conducted there by Felbermayr and Battisti, who are also from
02:13 the IFO Institute. Then an overview article was published.
02:19 The results were that 46% of Syrians in Turkish refugee camps tested below the PISA 1 standard.
02:27 An additional damning assessment comes from
02:31 the Chamber of Industry and Commerce Munich and Upper Bavaria.
02:36 70% of the immigrants coming from crisis-stricken countries
02:40 who began vocational training in Bavaria two years ago
02:45 have already abandoned their studies. The average drop-out rate of native residents including
02:52 those with migration background is 25%. This shows the nature of the problem.
02:57 This is the fundamental problem of migration, if we are discussing
03:01 the economic advantages vs. disadvantages.
03:05 Are the right people coming to us? Are those people who come to us
03:08 the ones that our complex industrialized society needs?
03:11 Or do those people who come to us need considerable
03:15 training and education? Which is very expensive,
03:18 even if it leads to a successful outcome. What are the chances
03:21 of success in real terms, when you take
03:24 a 25- or 30-year old and try to teach him basic Latin that would normally be taught at school age?
03:34 Former migrants, those who came before the newest arrivals
03:40 within the last two years ago, have better qualifications.
03:46 Older figures show that 8% of them began work after 1 year’s residence, 50% after 5 years’ residence,
03:50 and 70% after 15 years. So what did Bernd Raffelhueschen say? He said that one million refugees
04:00 would cost €450,000 (€450,000 per person) per generation. In his calculations, it was assumed
04:10 that the present refugees will be just as integrated
04:15 after six years as were the former migrants on average.
04:20 The amount is so high, because the former migrants
04:24 continue to create costs in addition to the new migrants.
04:28 He also made an alternative calculation, in which refugees were
04:35 as well-educated and as young as they say they are, which
04:43 would be positive. He came to a net fiscal sum amounting to +€300 billion
04:47 This show in all clarity how important it is
04:50 which qualifications refugees possess. It also shows that Germany needs
04:55 the immigration of well-qualified people.
05:01 Keyword: Canadian scoring system. For economic reasons.
05:06 It costs money when immigrants who aren’t well-qualified
05:12 are accepted. This doesn’t mean we shouldn’t take them in,
05:15 and I would like to emphasise that once again. We can
05:18 certainly accept people for humanitarian reasons, but the claim
05:23 that this will create an income boost for Germany cannot
05:28 be alleged. This cannot be the case especially when
05:32 you consider that Germany is a social welfare nation.
05:36 What does a social welfare nation do? It takes resources from above-average earners and gives them
05:39 to the below-average earners. How does that work?
05:42 We have a tax system where we pay taxes proportionally
05:45 as well as progressively. For that, everyone receives
05:49 the same public services. If I am an above-average earner,
05:53 I pay more to the government than I receive through public services.
05:57 This obviously excludes welfare benefits. If I’m
06:00 a below-average earner, that makes me a net receiver of state resources.
06:04 That’s how it is supposed to work. In that respect,
06:07 it is absolutely impossible to say that immigration gives Germany
06:11 an income boost when most of the migrants have below-average
06:15 qualifications. There is still the “pension effect”
06:20 if they are young enough, but this is the overall net result.
06:25 We shouldn’t tweak the figures cosmetically, but just accept them as they are.
06:30 The social welfare system is already very burdened
06:36 by previous generations of migrants. By looking at who receives social benefits
06:40 from the German government, this is clearly shown.
06:43 Those foreigners without a German passport and
06:51 who were not born in Germany make up 7.3% of the total population.
07:04 From the total amount of welfare recipients, 25.2% are non-German citizens. Remember they are only
07:14 7.3% of the total population. This means it is many times higher than the population as a whole.
07:22 Of the Hartz 4 receivers [low-income support], 18% of all Hartz 4 receivers
07:28 are foreigners. Once again, the total number of
07:34 foreigners is 7.3%. Those foreigners receiving unemployment benefits
07:40 make up 12% versus the 7.3% of the total population.
07:46 This shows the exact problem. Even if they were all working,
07:51 the problem still wouldn’t be solved, because they wouldn’t
07:57 have above-average incomes. For that reason,
08:00 they are unable to contribute to financing the state budget.
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