We’ve heard a lot of stories from Germany’s elderly. Some have to pay thousands of euros a year on healthcare, amounts they either cannot pay or amounts that lead to family struggles.
It’s a crippling shame how Germany treats the people who reconstructed the country after World War II. Here is just one of many examples of how the country treats its elderly:
In the meanwhile the country does have a large budget for migrants. Already in 2016 a budget of 93 billion euros was reserved until 2020.
As we know the country accepted more migrants afterwards, as part of family reunifications for example. It isn’t unreasonable to think the budget has reached 100 billion in the meantime.