In the minds of many Europeans, the fear of a demographic development in favor of immigrant foreign cultures / religions plays an important role. Therefore, the German Federal Statistical Office of Statistics is important.

In its introduction to the 2011 immigration statistics, The German Federal Statistical Office writes: “The phenomenon of migration through the concept of  “People with a Migration Background ” is concretized. It expresses that migration is not limited to the consideration of the immigrants themselves - it should reflect, but also must include certain of their descendants born in Germany. However, the different sources do not agree whether all immigrants and all progeny are to be included, or if not, what criteria should be included in the exclusion. In the majority of cases, the sources leave the term completely undefined.”
In Microcensus, the immigrant background can only be synthetic,  anyway, i.e. “is to be determined as a derived variable, since for obvious reasons it was not possible to ask the question “Do you have an immigrant background, and if so, what is its characteristic form?” The people from immigrant backgrounds are all immigrants after 1949 to the present territory of the Federal Republic of Germany, as well as all foreigners born in Germany and  all born in Germany with at least one immigrant or foreign-born parent. The investigation could usually comprise the third Immigrant generation. This 3rd Generation is integration-politically particularly difficult.”

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The German Statistical Statistisches Bundesamt :  “Federal Population with an Immigrant Background” - Results of the micro-census 2011 Pages 7-8:
– Results of the Microcensus 2011” pages 7-8:
In 2011, the number of individuals with a migrant background in the narrow sense in Germany constituted 16 million - 216 000 more than in 2010. During the same period, the population increased by a total of 39 000 persons (from 81.715 to 81.754 million).

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The proportion of the population with a migration background in a narrower sense consequently increased slightly from 19.3% to 19.5%.
Of these,  foreigners make up 7.2 million or 8.8% of the population - less than half of all people with an immigrant background, the Germans (of German origin) constituting 8.8 million or 10.7% of the population, more than half.

“People born in Germany without experience of migration” have - just like last year - changed still further in their composition. Foreigners represent 1.5 million, 1.9% of the population, the number of here born Germans with a migrant background has increased as compared to 2010 by 171,000 to 3.8 million or 4.6% of the population. Thus, this group is the main responsible for the increase in the number of people with a migration background in Germany.

Europe is quantitatively particularly significant for Germany´s immigration: it represents 69.3% of the 10.7 million foreign or naturalized immigrants, 32.5% of them being from the 27 member states of the European Union (including immigrants from outside primarily migrated to another member state).

Most people with an immigrant background are from Turkey (18.5%), followed by Poland (9.2%), Russia (7.7%) and Italy (4.9%). Kazakhstan with 5.8% is the only major non-European country of origin. With 1.4 million most (late) emigrants are coming from the countries of the former Soviet Union - mainly from the Russian Federation (612,000) and Kazakhstan (575,000); next Poland (579 000) and Romania (213,000) are the main countries of origin.Alterspyramide_1-a

Persons with an immigrant background are significantly younger than those without migration background (35.2 compared to 46.1 years), far more often single (45.8 as compared with 38.8%), and the proportion of men among them is higher (50.3% vs. 48.8%). 15.4 million of them live in West Germany and Berlin (96.3 as compared with 81.4%), 598 000 in East Germany without Berlin (3.7 as compared with 18.6%). In the group of under 5 year old persons, people with an immigrant background now make up 34.9% of the population.

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Deutschebevölkerung_2011Most structural information has not changed from the previous year, or hardly at all. The 10.7 million immigrants have stayed on average for 21.8 years in Germany, foreigners 19.7 years, immigrant Germans 24.3 years.

People with a migration background live in slightly larger households than people without (household size: 2.4 versus 2.0). They rarely live alone (12.7% versus 21.3%), the traditional family with parents and children is more common with them (57.5% versus 37.2%). Married couples without children, single parents, or alternative lifestyles are, however much rarer  with them.

Persons with an immigrant background also differ markedly in terms of further education as compared with those without a migration background; 14.1% have no general school education and 40.6% no qualifying education. People with a migration background, aged 25 to 65 years are about twice as often unemployed as those without (9.3% vs. 4.9% of the total labor force) or have only a minor job , e.g. a mini job (12.7% compared to 8.6% of total employment).

Employed persons with a migration background are almost twice as likely as workers than non-migrants (38.8% vs. 21.2% of the total work force). Employees and officials are rarely among them. Employed migrants have their activities primarily in the manufacturing, the retail and hospitality sectors. This is where  62.4% of all people with, but only 51.5% of people without a migration background work.

IndvandrerkvinderComment
Disturbing is the Big proportion of immigrant children under the age of 5 years as compared to the total population under 5 years. That in connection with the constantly ongoing immigration from Muslim countries does not bode well for the survival of our culture and  relligion.
Unfortunately, the definition of integration in e.g. Denmark is very loose, immigrants having to be able to provide for themselves and master the Danish language  moderately or better and knowing a little about Danish culture. In Denmark naturalized immigrants and their descendants are not considered immigrants/foreigners – no matter what their culture.
Moreover, a big unregistered population of illegal immigrants is present – nobody knows how many.
Thus, the above figures as for non-western immigrants may bring a false reassurance.

As for the significance of the above statistics, maybe the following report in the big Norwegian newspaper, the Aftenposten (Norwegen) 27 Sept. 2012, is relevant:
Immigrants could be in the majority in 2055. In the year 2100, the Norwegian Statistic Central Bureau shows 13.3 million inhabitants (in Norway). Ethnic Norwegians will constitute only 4.3 million of them. The NSCB expects immigrants from non-western countries to make up about 63 % of the immigrant population in 2100.
According to Norway´s Statistics, the proportion immigrants make up in Oslo will grow from the current 28% to 56% in 2040. Norway’s Statistics shows that the population growth in Oslo is solely due to immigration from abroad, and that since 2007 there has been a reduction in the number of ethnic Norwegians in Oslo. This is what in English is called white flight. As Oslo is facing enormous costs for infrastructure and school construction, the city tax revenues are sinking.

In 1970 Oslo had the country’s lowest unemployment rates, while unemployment in 2010 was the highest in the country. This puts the integration debate in a strange light, because costly integration efforts seem to drown in a flood of new immigrants of all age groups.
Many perceive the reported population trends as dramatical. Politicians know. Politicians who want to tighten meet international commitments and requirements of humanity.  Should anything be done to slacken the rapid population growth, it must be implemented with effect, which will, however, be unpopular to some.”
With love from The New World Order to brainwashed, spineless indigenous peoples.