Germany: Migrants Scam Welfare System Using 'Up to 12' Fake ID'sChris Menahan
Jan. 03, 2017
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Last week we learned the Tunisian "refugee" terrorist behind the Berlin truck massacre was collecting welfare under multiple IDs, this week we learn tons of others are doing the same.
A special commission in the northern German city of Braunschweig will investigate over 300 cases of fraud committed by asylum applicants, who gamed the welfare system by using multiple IDs to claim benefits -- and that may just be the tip of the iceberg.I find it hard to believe Sudanese migrants actually dreamed up this scam.
Someone taught them how to do this and probably held their hand every step of the way.
I have a sneaking suspicion Soros' Open Society or another similar NGO may have helped organize this scheme.
The scammers allegedly took advantage of the extreme workload the civil servants who were registering the applications were under in the summer of 2015, at the peak of the European migrant crisis.
The system was also susceptible to rigging because the civil servants did not have time to sift through all of the applications processed at other municipalities in Lower Saxony, so the same asylum seeker could collect money from different places.I guarantee this is just the tip of the iceberg.
We've seen the way these Soros connected NGOs operate in other countries.
There's a clear agenda here to bring down European nations by any means possible.
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