Many thanks to Hellequin GB for translating this article from PolitikStube:
The tax money sits loose in the pockets of German municipalities: the community is looking for apartments/houses for “refugees”
In Germany, not only is the demand for living space increasing, rents are also rising exorbitantly. Although the welcome-screamers trumpet the hollow phrase “We have space” like a mantelpiece, space seems to be a scarce commodity, or the Jubel-Aufnahme-Hüpfer [cheering admission-hoppers] meant the social hammocks (free for all non-white, non-Germans).
The uncontrolled admission and immigration of “refugees” is worsening the situation on the housing market immensely, also in many communities, such as in Uetze (Lower Saxony):
More and more refugees from the crisis areas of the world are seeking refuge in Germany. At present, this mainly affects refugees from Syria and Afghanistan.
Due to the allocations that have already been made in recent months and years, the housing capacities of the municipality of Uetze are now almost completely exhausted.
For this reason, the municipality of Uetze is now looking for apartments and/or houses to rent to accommodate refugees.
For this community it’s a mere trifle; tax money is squandered away for the accommodation of “refugees” in apartments/houses, even for those who should not actually be here, but of which “those who have lived here for a long time” can only dream of.