Pubblicato in: Devoluzione socialismo, Unione Europea

Germania. Mappa della miseria. 22.7% a Brema, 21.1% nella Ruhr.

Giuseppe Sandro Mela.

2020-01-09.

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«The Ruhr region in the western state of North Rhine-Westphalia was considered “problem region number one,” upending the narrative of an east-west divide»

«Although the poverty rate has fallen across Germany, at least a quarter of 95 regions surveyed have witnessed an increase of 20% over the past decade»

«Despite the good news that the national poverty rate has dropped to 15.5%, the gap between affluent regions on the one hand and poverty-stricken regions on the other is growing steadily and clearly»

«Bavaria had the lowest poverty rate with 11.7%, while Bremen had the highest with 22.7%.»

«The Ruhr region in North Rhine-Westphalia — the most populous German state — was considered “problem region number one,” according to the report»

«It had a poverty rate of 21.1% with a population of about 5.8 million»

«Currently, whoever has less than 60% of the average income in a region at their disposal, is considered to be at risk of poverty»

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Nel giorno in cui la Ursula von der Leyen lancia il New Green Deal, investimenti dell’Unione Europea assimilabili al progetto di sbarco sulla luna, ove tutto è sacrificato al mito di una Europa ecologicamente linda è pubblicato il Paritätische Wohlfahrtsverband poverty report.

A Brema il 22.7% della popolazione vive nello stato di miseria.

Ma ciò non soddisfa ancora le brame della Große Koalition.

«The Ruhr region in North Rhine-Westphalia — the most populous German state — was considered “problem region number one,” according to the report. It had a poverty rate of 21.1% with a population of about 5.8 million»

Nei pessimi tempi in cui si stava peggio, la Ruhr era il cuore industriale della Germania, ricca e prospera.

Poi, con una scotennata furia distruttrice, tutto il comparto produttivo fu conculcato con leggi, norme e regolamenti che hanno esitato in velocissime delocalizzazioni ed in chiusure.

Il prezzo è stato rilevato: il 21.1% della popolazione

giace nella fascia della miseria.

I miseri non inquinano, nemmeno volendo.

Resta solo il problema di come smaltire le carcasse dei morti di fame.

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Germany: Poverty gap widens between rich and poor regions

The Ruhr region in the western state of North Rhine-Westphalia was considered “problem region number one,” upending the narrative of an east-west divide. A new study urged the government to do more to eradicate poverty.

Although the poverty rate has fallen across Germany, at least a quarter of 95 regions surveyed have witnessed an increase of 20% over the past decade, according to the Paritätische Wohlfahrtsverband poverty report published on Thursday.

“Despite the good news that the national poverty rate has dropped to 15.5%, the gap between affluent regions on the one hand and poverty-stricken regions on the other is growing steadily and clearly,” said the association’s chief executive Ulrich Schneider.

Bavaria had the lowest poverty rate with 11.7%, while Bremen had the highest with 22.7%. What was once considered a divide between the richer west and poorer east no longer held true, Schneider noted.

‘Master plan for poverty eradication’

The Ruhr region in North Rhine-Westphalia — the most populous German state — was considered “problem region number one,” according to the report. It had a poverty rate of 21.1% with a population of about 5.8 million. Youth and the elderly were particularly at risk of poverty.

The study urged the government to enact a “master plan for poverty eradication” that would include boosting social welfare benefits under Hartz IV and raising the minimum wage to €13 ($14.50) per hour.

The poverty line in Germany is defined by how far household income allows someone to participate in society. Currently, whoever has less than 60% of the average income in a region at their disposal, is considered to be at risk of poverty.

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