Berlin Spending 1.5 Million a Day to House Refugees in Just 12 Buildings

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by Chris Black

If anyone actually cared about these Africans, the last thing they’d do is bring them over to the most expensive and overcrowded cities on earth, where every single item and service costs more than almost anywhere else, and instead try to help them where they are, or as close as possible to where they are.

You could build a proper brick and mortar house for every official refugee (real or not) on earth with just the money Germany spent on housing them in the past couple of years.

But nobody actually cares about them.

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The German capital of Berlin pays €1.5 million per day to house migrants in 12 buildings, consisting of 10 hotels and 2 migrant arrival centers, according to data released for the first time in response to a request from the Alternative for Germany (AfD) faction in the Berlin Senate.

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The overall costs for housing these migrants amount to €547 million for 2023 alone. That is over half a billion in just one German city, and it does not even capture the full costs of housing migrants in Berlin, as it only covers the 12 buildings in question. These buildings include the two migrant arrival centers at Tempelhof and Tegel airports, both of which are decommissioned airports, as well as 10 hotels that are being rented by the government to house migrants.

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The data was produced in response to AfD MP Gunnar Lindemann’s request. Tegel Airport is where most of the money is going, costing €1.172 million per day, and currently houses 3,408 Ukrainians and 1,333 asylum seekers, primarily from Muslim countries.

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