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Ever wondered about those nearly 900,000 “refugees” that Germany admitted last year?  You know, how they’re making ends meet? Well, we don’t have to wonder any more, courtesy of Fox News. Short version:  a sh!tload of them are receiving Germany’s equivalent of “welfare”.  Here’s the money quote from the above article. The Federal Employment Agency […]
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