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Con Job: “Destitute” Migrant Claims 24 Children, Gets $24,000 a Month in Tax Money

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Failure FigureBy Selwyn Duke

He calls himself on social media “Mr. Cash Money.” And he can do this because the German government, with its suicidal migrant policy, could be called Mr. Schmuck on Wheels.

How else would you characterize a state that lets a Nigerian scammer con his way to citizenship and get benefits based on claiming paternity for 24 children (with different women) while, apparently, not even residing in Germany?

The kicker: Family “reunification” imperatives give 94 of the scammer’s relatives the right to reside in Germany — and also receive taxpayer-funded benefits.

And, of course, the scammer is just one of many. As Remix’s John Cody reports:

The investigative report on the explosion in “fake fathers” comes from the publicly funded RBB and ARD, which profiles Jonathan A., a flamboyant Nigerian known for posing with his luxury fleet of German cars in Nigeria…. The migrant is making so much off of German taxpayers that he has labeled himself “Mr. Cash Money.”

…German taxpayers are paying for his 24 children from various women, who are mainly from African countries. Jonathan A., who was born in Nigeria, has since obtained German citizenship. As a result, any child he has, regardless of where they are born, automatically receives citizenship, and through family reunification, the mothers, the children, and their relatives automatically receive the right to reside in Germany. In Jonathan A.’s case, this total currently equals 94 people.

He earns approximately €22,000 [$23,840 — monthly] in welfare payments for his various children and has an additional two paternity applications in the pipeline. Nevertheless, the office responsible for disbursing payments to the man labels him as “destitute” since he earns no income from any job.

Now, it may seem as if Jonathan is a busy little rooster, but it’s possible that none of the 24 children are even his. According to reports, women pay Jonathan (and others) to lie about paternity so they can obtain citizenship status and handouts. So, then, why not just investigate and lock the scammers up?

Because, informs Cody — get ready for it — “lying about paternity in Germany is not a criminal offense.”

Authorities have supposedly been trying to eliminate this loophole but, in typical government style, common-sense-oriented changes occur at a glacial pace. What’s more, people such as Jonathan may still cash in even if the law is altered. As German site Tagesschau tells us, “Once a child has been recognized by a German father, it [paternity] can no longer be revoked.”

Perhaps the saving grace is that at least Jonathan isn’t in Europe committing violent offenses, unlike this illiterate Moroccan illegal alien who raped one woman and beat another, an 86-year-old, brutally. (Oh, he’s living off European taxpayers, too — though less lavishly in a French prison.)

So what is this scam costing German taxpayers? “In 2017, the Federal Ministry of the Interior put ‘the number of cases of abuse at a mid-four-digit number’…,” Tagesschau also writes. “The association of authorities estimates the ‘annual nationwide burden on the taxpayer’ at over 150 million euros.”

“With regard to the individual case of Jonathan A., … this man alone causes costs for the social security funds of significantly more than 1.5 million euros per year,’” the site continues.

Frankly, €150 million seems like a low-end figure. This wouldn’t be surprising since governments typically fudge numbers so as to underestimate costs and overestimate benefits.

Of course, none of this would even be an issue if Western governments behaved responsibly and kept migrants out of their lands. After all and contrary to the narrative, writes commentator Olivia Murray, Third World nations are “not sending their best now, are they?”

“The migrants of Africa now pouring into the West are overwhelmingly third-world scammers and exploiters, full of materialism and greed, with nothing to offer, and their presence is increasingly deleterious to a functioning society,” she continues.

It’s not just Africa, either. A report issued just yesterday informs that notoriously dangerous Venezuela is now getting safer. Why?

Because a large number of criminals, single men, and gang members have left for other countries — such as the United States (You can send a “Thank you” card to ol’ Joe.)

Unsaid, however, is that while there are multiple reasons for why this is happening, going largely unrecognized is a major one: immigrationism.

This is the belief that immigration is always good, always necessary, must never be questioned, and must be the one constant in an ever-changing universe of policy. Akin to a dark religious dogma, it today imbues patrician and peon alike, and it distorts thinking.

It’s partially why, for example, we’re so accepting of “refugee” and “asylum” claims from south-of-the-border scammers. What is the justification? Is there a major war raging in South America that has eluded our news bureaus? Is a Pol Pot bent on exterminating a third of his nation’s population reigning down there?

Some may say that things “aren’t so good” in Venezuela currently. The world has always been a tough place, however, and much tougher years ago than now. (Even left-wing Think Progress has reported that the worldwide standard of living is higher than ever.) But only now is a relative lack of opportunity and wealth used as a rationale for inundating Western countries with waves of unassimilable aliens.

As for Germany, contemplating its policies could make one think its national anthem should be changed to Stupidity Über Alles. But, sadly, most Western countries could now claim that sentiment as their own.

                  This article was originally published at The New American.” target=”_blank”Selwyn Duke is a writer, columnist and public speaker whose work has been published widely online and in print, on both the local and national levels. He has been featured on the Rush Limbaugh Show and has been a featured guest more than 50 times on the award-winning Michael Savage Show. His work has appeared in Pat Buchanan’s magazine The American Conservative, at and he writes regularly for The New American



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