Of the 2,429 mostly Muslim refugees who’ve been resettled in Rotterday, only four — that’s right, four — have jobs.
Such is the leftist lunacy called open borders.
Maybe they’re too busy protesting violently in the streets to get up in time for work the next morning?
This video from March illuminates:
Either way, roughly 95 percent of all Rotterdam’s refugees are on public — read: taxpayer — services.
The Voice of Europe has more:
Since 2015 the Dutch city of Rotterdam has had 2,429 refugees allocated to it. Today it can be revealed that 95 per cent of them are living on benefits and only 4 are in full-time employment.
Rotterdam’s right-wing political party Leefbaar Rotterdam says:
“Refugees would be an enrichment of the city, but now we see they receive a ticket for benefits. Rotterdam already has enough troubles.”
On average, 90 per cent of refugees are on benefits in the Netherlands overall. Only 10 per cent have a (part time) job after two years of attempted “integration”.
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