It’s unbelievable how this country treats senior citizens: After 23 years, the city of Wurzburg is kicking a 77-year-old woman out of her home and leaving her with a “refugee family.” Are they also in favor of initiatives taken by public broadcasters? A so-called cabaret artist on 3SAT recently suggested murdering over 70 Germans instead of deporting them to save costs.
One pensioner experienced a particularly unpleasant surprise on his 77th birthday. Two city employees stood in front of her door, telling her that she had to vacate her apartment, as “Mainpost” reported, behind the salary barrier. He did not receive any written information.
Accordingly, the apartment is too large for one person and is needed to accommodate a refugee family instead. The senior citizen has been living in an apartment of approximately 44 square meters for 23 years.
Although the purpose of an apartment is actually to provide housing for homeless people and is only an emergency solution, the city routinely gave the elderly woman a six-month extension of her rental contract for 23 years. “Maybe I got too used to it, maybe I was too naive to imagine the expulsion now,” he told “Mainpost.”
The senior citizen lives on a small pension of only 690.52 euros per month, so she cannot buy an apartment on the open market. She was always able to pay the low “usage fee” of 253 euros for her available apartment herself.
The city of Wurzburg justified the eviction by saying that the apartment was suitable for several people or a family to live in. Since the city is currently unable to accommodate large families, the 77-year-old man’s apartment would have been considered. Settlement apartments are also for use as temporary housing in emergency situations or during times of crisis.
According to “Mainpost”, the pensioner will in the future be in a “Senior Cuisine WG” be adjusted. She doesn’t know where her new house is, even though she has to move out at the end of the month. But at least the incredibly generous city provided him with six moving boxes.
According to the latest information from NRW Prime Minister Wüst, the costs of a migrant for housing and “integration work” exceed the average pension in Germany: Taxpayers must therefore pay 20,000 euros per person per year – about 1,670 euros per month. According to Pension Atlas, the average gross pension in Germany is 1,550 euros, although women generally received less (they mostly did the work of raising offspring, who at the time did not have to be deported to care facilities immediately after birth). . Recipients worked for decades for their pensions – on the other hand, the illegal immigrants Germany supports have never paid a cent into the social system and, in many cases, never will.
Still, in Germany’s best ever, elderly people must now always make room for these “new citizens” – even if they themselves are in need. This fits with the public broadcasters’ programme, in which the murder of all German citizens over the age of 70, rather than deportation, is being discussed: