Case in point is Syriza’s Tasia Christodoulopoulou, Minister for Greek Migration Policy, who is not only famous for unleashing thousands of illegals on the streets of Athens, and turning Greek luxury hotels into refugee ‘camps’, but now for making it financially viable for businesses to hire illegals over Greek workers.
The fine for businesses that hire illegals was between 1,500 to 3,000 euros, depending on the severity of the crime, a hefty fine for businesses to consider before taking the cheap route to save on their costs. Now, under the latest Syriza bill, the fine will be reduced to a mere 150 euros. At the same time, the fee payable for the employer for every ‘seasonal’ employee (almost entirely all illegals), has now been lowered from 150 down to just 50 euros! Major corporations and businesses will now crunch their numbers, and find the inevitable labour saving cost of hiring illegals over legitimate Greek workers, making it rather cost effective under the laughable threat of such a small fine.
All this is happening in a country with almost 30% unemployment, greatly effecting our youth who have been hit the hardest with over 50% unemployment. The brain drain will continue to punish the future of our nation, as our brightest and most skilled continue to flock overseas in search of professional jobs, while our working class youth are effectively replaced by cheap 3rd world immigrants.