Who said “We can do it?”: Big problems with integration in the migrant paradise of Germany.
Integration courses: One in six participants illiterate. Most people of concern are ‘refugees’.
– Hans-Eckhard Sommer, head of the German Federal Office for Migration and Refugees (BAMF) said the BAMF was “always aware of the fact that there are only few skilled workers among those who arrive as refugees in our country.”
To fill Germany’s shortage of skilled workers, Sommer recommended looking elsewhere in Europe rather than attempting to attract skilled labor from developing countries. He said the recruitment of nationals from other EU countries for the labor market was easier in terms of integration as well as for legal reasons. Between EU countries, there are no major legal hurdles to overcome (The V4 Report would also add that robots can also provide alternatives in some areas).
* Regardless, this may not matter to the multicult purists. The government of Germany, the UN and others in the West EU bloc seem to have another agenda that trumps efficiency or integration…it’s called population replacement.