As if the migrant crisis of 2016 weren’t bad enough, Europe is preparing for record new levels of migrants in 2017. With the continued influx of Islamic migrants, Europe is committing cultural suicide with its open-door immigration policy. The European Union continues to import migrants who have increased violent crimes and the terror threat, making Europe an increasingly unsafe place to live. It has been made very clear that many of the migrants have no intentions of assimilating into Western society. Why bring more?
“Come next spring, the number of people crossing over the Mediterranean will reach record levels,” said Prime Minister Joseph Muscat of Malta, the current President of the Council of the EU.
Currently, European nations are over capacitated and are struggling to handle the migrants that have already crossed oceans and borders to invade the West. European leaders have been vocal regarding the fact that they can’t handle anymore.
“Either we block the influx by 2017 or Italy will not handle another year like the past year,” said former Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi
In 2016, more than 180,000 migrants successfully crossed the Mediterranean Sea from North Africa into Italy.
363,348 migrants reached Europe in 2016, with Italy receiving majority of the share, followed by Greece.
Europe Gears Up for ‘Record Levels’ of New Migrants in 2017
BREITBART, January 16, 2017
With its open doors immigration policy, Europe can expect “record levels” of new migrants in 2017, according to the Presidency of the Council of the European Union (EU).
“Come next spring, the number of people crossing over the Mediterranean will reachrecord levels,” said Prime Minister Joseph Muscat of Malta, the current Presidency of the Council of the EU. “The choice is trying to do something now, or meeting urgently in April, May… and try to do a deal then.”
Muscat’s ominous warning echoed that of former Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi, who said last October that Italy could not survive another year of mass immigration like 2016.
“Either we block the influx by 2017 or Italy will not handle another year like the past year,” Renzi announced on national television.
“Right now we can manage it: winter is coming and sea conditions will worsen, but we have six months maximum,” Renzi said, insisting that urgent measures need to be taken to stop the migrants leaving their countries of origin.
More than 180,000 migrants succeeded in crossing the Mediterranean Sea from North Africa into Italy in 2016, while another 5,079 died or went missing during the journey.
The total number of migrants that reached Europe in 2016 ran to 363,348, with Italy receiving the largest share, followed closely by Greece.
Given recent data, the trend shows no signs of abating. Hundreds have already attemptedthe perilous sea crossing this month, despite freezing temperatures. More than 100 migrants went missing over the weekend after a boat sank off the coast of Libya.
The deal struck between the EU and Turkey last March to stem the flow of migrants along the so-called Balkan route substantially reduced the number of migrants into Greece. Turkey, however, still has not received the billions of euros it was promised or the visa-free travel in Europe for its citizens.