EU Expecting Flood of Spring Migrants After 91,671 Entered Germany in January

Germany, a country of 80 million, received over one million migrants and unvetted “refugees” in 2015. Chancellor Angela Merkel is expecting another million migrants this year.

Another 91,671 migrants entered Germany in January of this year despite ice snow and freezing temperatures.

In five to seven years the migrants will be able to bring in their family members.

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The third world migrants are already causing massive problems.
A 19 year-old Afghan migrant sexually assaulted four girls between the agest of 11 and 13 at an indoor swimming pool. He was later released by German officials.

The European Union is expecting a swarm of spring migrants.
The Washington Post reported:

After an unparalleled tide of asylum seekers washed onto European shores last summer and fall, the continent’s leaders vowed to use the relative calm of winter to bring order to a process marked by chaos…

…The result, analysts say, is a continent fundamentally unequipped to handle the predictable resurgence of a crisis that is greater than any Europe has faced in its post-Cold War history.

“It’s a very dangerous situation,” said Kris Pollet, senior policy officer at the European Council on Refugees and Exiles. “Anything can happen.”

On Thursday, European leaders will have one last opportunity to reckon with the crisis before the pace of new arrivals inevitably begins to climb again in the spring. But few have any expectations that this week’s summit will succeed where countless others before it have failed.

“Europe can deal with this if it wants to. But there needs to be a political breakthrough. And I’m not optimistic,” Pollet said.

Without one, he said, “it’s going to be chaos. That’s clear.”

The scale of disorder and political disruption could be even greater than what Europe faced in 2015.

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