Will the migrants integrate? Danish Research: Syrians least likely to get a job, Muslim Refugees “most criminal”

MIGRANTS

by NICOLAI SENNELS | 10NEWS.DK

Some “experts” and pro-immigration politicians – like the UN chief of Migration (who is also chairman at Goldman-Sachs bank…) claim that the influx of Syrian refugees and migrants from the Muslim world will benefit European economy.

That is a very bold statement when you look at the statistics.

First this list of country of origin of criminals in Denmark (adjusted for age and social and economical factors):

ImmigrantCrimeIndexDenmark1

As you can read from below, Muslim refugees (in this case from Lebanon) are the most criminal group of all. Syrians, whom the European elite wants us to believe is highly educated refugees eager to work and contribuite, is the group that is most unemployed.

Important research by the Danish state (Danish Statistics) on a very debated topic – feel free to translate and spread.

Translated from Altinget:

“Male immigrants and descendants from Lebanon have the highest crime rate of all ethnic groups in Denmark. According to the latest available figures (from 2013) the Lebanese male crime rate is index 254 – even when adjusted for age and socioeconomic status. If you do not adjust for this, the figure would be even higher. Danish men’s crime rate is index 98.

Lebanese also perform poorly on the labor market. The employment rate for 30-59-year-old Lebanese immigrants is 30.4 percent, while the employment rate for ethnic Danes is 82.3 percent.

The figures for the employment rate cover both men and women. In turn, their descendants are not included in these figures, but also when you look at the group of descendants of Lebanese immigrants, there is a significant under-employment.

Refugees and immigrants from Lebanon are a special group, since many are stateless Palestinians with growing up in refugee camps. This is not the case for the Iraqi immigrants, but the crime index for Iraqis is also high.

Among the Iraqi immigrants (and refugees), only 32.8 percent of 30-59-year-olds had a job in 2013. It is only marginally better than the Lebanese.

The crime index for male Iraqi immigrants and their descendants is as high as for the Lebanese, but with an index of 166, when adjusted for age and socio-economic conditions, the crime index for Iraqi refugees and migrants is still well above average. …

Employment rate 30-59 year-olds (2013)

MenWomenCombined
Country of origin PercentagePercentagePercentage
Holland86,477,583,1
Sweden73,974,874,4
Germany76,37274,2
Lithania75,770,973,1
Finland72,472,772,6
UK75,166,272,5
Norway73,171,972,4
France76,565,372,2
Poland76,467,472,1
Hungary7667,371,4
Rumania7466,870,6
Latvia75,764,268,7
Ghana67,768,468
Thailand62,267,867,4
Canada71,862,567,1
Macedonia75,656,266,3
Italy69,558,466,1
Iceland66,664,465,5
Bulgaria68,262,465,4
Philippines73,963,464,9
Ukraine72,959,364,5
USA67,560,264,3
Vietnam6761,364
China66,960,462,9
Spanien64,958,862
Sri Lanka66,157,661,8
India69,247,460,9
Brasil59,958,959,1
Russia54,457,256,6
Turkey63,24253,1
Pakistan67,336,252,7
Jugoslavia*55,845,550,7
Iran50,947,549,6
Bosnie-H.51,146,949
Morocco59,339,149
Afghanistan49,62839,1
Iraq38,825,432,8
Lebanon39,519,430,4
Somalia31,823,127,6
Syria27,917,322,8
Denmark83,78182,3

SOURCE: 10NEWS.DK