23% of People in Germany are Immigrants or Children of Immigrants

In Germany, roughly 18.9 million people, or 23% of its population, have immigrated to the country since 1950 or are the children of migrants, per figures released by Germany’s Federal Statistics Office on March 2, 2023. 

According to the Associated Press, this is the first time the statistics office has studied the country’s population using migration figures and not only citizenship. The report noted that the citizenship way of analyzing these figures “is a more vague concept since many immigrants — and especially the children of immigrants — have taken on German citizenship in recent years.”

German news outlet DPA reported that as far as the 17.3% who are first-generation immigrants, Germany is well above the European Union average of 10.6%. 

On top of that, an additional 3.7 million, or 4.5% of the German population, have one immigrant parent and one ethnic German parent.

Germany, like many other countries in the Collective West, has been subjected to the Great Replacement. As a result, native Germans have been gradually displaced by migrants from alien cultures in North Africa and the Middle East. Contrary to popular belief, it’s not just France and the UK who are being assaulted by the Great Replacement.

These migrants landing in Germany may be hard-working, but they will simply not assimilate to German culture. In all honesty, they should not receive the ire of German citizens because this entire development is the product of a treasonous political class that ultimately wants to elect a new people. 

If Germans want to preserve their national character, they must overthrow their current ruling class and replace it with a national populist elite who will restrict immigration and preserve the historic German nation.

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