- Germans are soon a minority in their own country

 
- Germans are soon a minority in their own country
The massive immigration from the Third World leads to that the Germans soon will become a minority in Germany, says former Bundesbank-top, Thilo Sarrazin.

Sarrazin, who previously worked in the German Bundesbank's management team, caused a stir in 2010 when he released the book "Germany abolishes itself", which is about the average level of intelligence in Germany dropping as a result of immigration from low-IQ Third World countries.

Now he warns that the Germans are becoming a minority in their own country.

- We have an immigration that is culturally alien. We give birth to few children, while these groups are on average more likely to marry and provide many more children, says Thilo Sarrazin in a television interview, according to Junge Freiheit.

He also explains that in the last five decades, immigration to Germany has hurt the German economy. Arabs and Turks are "very far behind" both in the labor market and in terms of education, while they are "very far ahead" when it comes to unemployment and exploitation of social benefits, he states.

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