Jewish emigration in Germany.
Why are some scolding the country that accepted the settlers, and others can not rejoice.
In a memorable for all of us, former residents of the USSR in 1991, Chancellor Helmut Kohl’s government made a historic decision to admit Jews from the former USSR to Germany, based on the “Law on Contingent Refugees” (HumHAG). This decision was taken by the German Bundestag to reconstruct the number of the general Jewish community in the same approximately quantity in which it was before the memorable and tragic 1938 (580 thousand people), before the Kristallnacht, initiated by the Nazis on Hitler’s personal instructions.
And although this figure has not yet been reached, the process is under way. Germany became for the Jews from the post-Soviet republics a country of civilized living.
But who won this – Germany or contingent refugees?
Today we can safely say that, of course, both in personal and in mass scoring, contingent refugees have won. And it does not matter that a good half of them are not considered Jews by Halacha. To put on record in the synagogue at the place of residence, an all-encompassing role plays, of course, one thing: a mother must necessarily be a Jew.
To put it on record with the prospect of obtaining permission to continue to enter Germany, it is quite appropriate for German immigration services that the pope is Jewish and the mother is not.
But in any case, the Jewish communities in Germany, restoring money from the federal budget in almost all places where they were destroyed and destroyed by the Nazi regime, are acting today.
All immigrants can be conditionally divided into three groups. Those who received higher education in their former homeland and are distinguished by a noticeable level of culture, with a high sense of gratitude, refer to Germany. And, taking advantage of her fabulous gifts (paying for the apartment, still receiving free medical care and a small monthly but quite sufficient to live a normal social allowance) do not curse or scold aloud their true benefactors. In fact, Germany saved the lives of several tens of thousands of contingent refugees, who at the expense of Germany were made expensive operations, which they could not have dreamed of in the former USSR. In recalculation for money, it amounted to millions of euros.
The second, again, purely conventional group, includes all those who willingly use the gifts of social policy of Germany, and swear this country of residence, which provided a normal life. And they think that they are personally deprived of the social authorities of Germany, some special attention and some special care. This is usually people with low intellectual level, largely uneducated, but with very great conceit and claims to all of humanity. Let us give an example. Dora. T. came with her mother and son’s son from Kiev, where she worked at the post office. All of them before: she and her mother, and her son’s family, lived in the same apartment. In Germany, the son’s family lives separately. For an apartment (65 square meters) in Germany, in which Dora now resides with a sick mother, pays sotsilamt (an institution where social benefits are added to all those who need it – ed.).
And this, at least, is almost 600 euros a month. One must assume that Dora could hardly afford such an apartment in her native Kiev.
Mom received a stroke five years ago and is paralyzed. What do they live on and what do the incomes of the dissatisfied Dora in Germany look like? According to the conclusion of the medical examination, Dora is recognized as disabled (has diabetes and a number of other illnesses) and has received a free pass from the Socialist Party for free travel throughout Germany. Dora receives monthly social benefits – this is a total of 400 euros a month. Her mother also receives a social benefit of 400 euros and, like a disabled person bedridden, 600 euros from a health insurance company (so-called, ore). Total, two women out of the month 1400 euros plus a free ticket for travel, the price of which: is 630 euros per year.
Dora lives modestly and postpones monthly in a penny of one thousand euros. For several years of such “hard labor” in Germany, from which she constantly dreams of leaving for her native Kiev, she, she said, has already accumulated over 50 thousand euros. And while mom is alive, the accumulation of resources continues. She also does not swell with hunger, and does not fall into a hungry faint in the street. She has the most modern furniture. So, who has benefited from this resettlement? Germany, which took upon itself, directly maternal care for those Jews, mostly elderly and helpless, who in Ukraine or in Russia would have had a road to the cemetery? Or contingent refugees?
The second example. The family of Tsipkinyh consists of four people. Tsipkina is 67 years old. He has a higher education – in the past a doctor. In Germany, his diploma was not confirmed. Both age and knowledge of the German language played, of course, their role in hiring. Tsipkin is also an invalid, he also has diabetes. He receives a social allowance of 400 euros, along with a legitimate 50 euros for food.
His wife Sveta receives from Arbaytzamt (the All-German Bureau of Labor and Employment – ed.).
unemployment benefit, and works on two-year work (Work estimated at two euros per hour, taking into account the receipt of social benefits or unemployment benefits for all those who are temporarily unemployed or being an expatriate, integrated into the life of Germany).
She gets about 500 euros. For them an Arbaytzamt pays them. Tsipkin settled on his car to deliver once a month a newspaper – this is another 100 euros earnings. And he carries pizza to customers. On pizza it has another 200 euros.
In addition, they go to Tafel four times a month. For products. This is a warehouse where, for one euro, they release expired, but still edible products. The real savings per month is 50 euros on this. And on top of that, Madame Tsipkina still “blacks” (she removes the apartment secretly from Arbaytzamt from rich Germans, and gets 400 euros a month) And now calculate their monthly income. Do you think that having remained a citizen of a sovereign Ukraine, would a pensioner Tsipkin be able to live like this, ride a modern car? And afford, and his wife – a vacation in Spain and travel around Europe? The Tsipkin family worship Germany. Other education, different culture. Son and wife of the son are both working, they live separately from their parents and built a house for themselves worth � 230,000. And they, too, do not remember their former Motherland with a dream or spirit, and sometimes call it a nightmare.
Who does not live on social programs.
This is the third group of contingent refugees, completely different in terms of thinking and personal qualities. As a rule, they achieve everything with their talent and hard work. And they achieve their own, sometimes modest, but all exactly convincing recognition. These are all those Jewish children who, with great effort of will and diligence, overcame the frontier of knowledge in mastering the German language and, having finished brilliantly in the gymnasium, entered various universities and higher schools in Germany. These are all those who found themselves in small and medium businesses, opened their own magazine, or an intermediary firm. All those who, after going through a discerning commission for determining professional suitability, got a job as programmers in German firms. Or after the end of German universities were in demand as a result of their convincing utility in a number of solid Nemeci firms and even some indigenous Germans crossed the road. When there are more such people, and they feel proud and responsible as full members of society, then it can be stated with full certainty that Germany has convincingly won from this absolutely unprecedented search, which has no analogues in the world yet, for the construction of an international society.
There is another very interesting category of Jewish refugees who first brought their families to Germany, joined social accounting, received a permanent residence permit and then left for social security, went to Ukraine, or to Russia, where they successfully work in business. About their second life outside Germany, they try not to inform any German officials. And now they use Germany as their safety trampoline. They actively invest in buying property in Germany or in Europe, realizing that living conditions here and compliance with laws and regulations are more stable than where they earn money. And the level of criminality, and the level of corruption in the.
Europe is still incomparably lower than in the countries of wild capitalism, crushed by the laws of the criminal world, which penetrated all the pores of the state and the spiritual life of society. And it does not matter where they live. Once they chose this, their way. It is important that they occupy strong positions in life, are busy with business, and can give their children a full-fledged education.
Jewish emigration in Germany.