Germans: The New Minority in Major German City

July 4, 2017

Frankfurt has officially become Germany’s first “majority minority” city, as data from the city’s Office for Multicultural Affairs reveal more than half of the city’s residents now have a migrant background.

Sylvia Weber, the city’s secretary of integration, presented the new information this week, confirming 51.2 percent of Frankfurt’s population has a so-called “migration background.” A “migration background” includes people with a non-German nationality as well as Germans born abroad and minors whose parents have immigrated to Germany.

“The trend is clear,” Weber stated. “We are a city without a majority.”

Turks, who represent 13 percent of the population, are the city’s largest non-German minority. Relations between Germany and Turkey have deteriorated since last July’s failed coup in Turkey, and this week Germany rejected a request by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to address ethnic Turks in Germany next week on the sidelines of the G20 summit.

There are about 3 million Turks in Germany. The large diaspora is a legacy of Germany’s massive post-war guest-worker program of the 1960s and 1970s.

Turkey is only one of the Islamic countries that has seen many of its residents flock to Germany. Germany’s Muslim population surpassed 6 million in 2016 for the first time, fueled by the country’s open-door immigration policy and the higher birthrate of Muslim women.

In fact, because the fertility rate of native German women is well below replacement level, the German government is counting on permanent mass migration to maintain the current size of the German population through 2060, according to a government report leaked earlier this year.

WND reporter Leo Hohmann, who has reported extensively on immigration and Islam, thinks it’s only a matter of time before Germany becomes a Muslim country.

“Germany’s future is as an Islamic state,” Hohmann declared. “I believe its evolution into an Islamic state will be completed within the next 10 to 20 years.

“The only question is whether Germany’s governing elites are in favor of this transformation and are deliberately pushing toward that end, or if they are really just that naive that they believe they can continue to import Shariah-compliant migrants and remain part of the free world.”

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