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Millions in Welfare Fraud Discovered Among Asylum Seekers in Germany

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 Cinnamon    16,444

A city in Germany has discovered that Sudanese refugees have been scamming taxpayers out of millions of dollars through welfare fraud.

The city of Braunscheig discovered over 300 cases of welfare fraud, most of which involved Sudanese refugees, German press reported Sunday. The cost is estimated to be around 3 to 5 million Euros, or between $3.2-5.3 million.

Scamming welfare officials was not difficult for the asylum seekers, as they grew beards, wore glasses, and changed hairstyles to trick them.

German officials estimate that on average, the fraud per person reached thousands of Euros. One asylum seeker used around 12 different identities in his scams.

http://dailycaller.com/2017/01/02/millions-in-welfare-fraud-discovered-among-asylum-seekers-in-germany/#ixzz4Uez0renz

It's not bad enough... without this? Rolls eyes. I wonder how any country stays afloat without completely crumbling under all the socialism. And the scams. Scams to the left of me Scams to the right:

 

 

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I think this guy sums up the sentiment of the average "refugee".

 

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 Lucy Barnable    3,023

Is anyone surprised by this?
It's been clear for some time that they're not real refugees.
They are parasites infesting the host country and sucking it dry.
Now what will the government do? Cut them off, demand they repay it?

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