The Gasim report isn’t the only one to forecast doom and gloom for Europe. Other studies and analyses reach similar conclusions, as Breitbart shows:
“A Chatham House research paper shows the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) has registered around 630,000 Syrian refugees in Jordan, but the actual number is likely to be much higher.
The influx of Syrians fleeing the war has increased the population in Jordan by at least eight per cent – comparable to the whole of Finland moving to the UK.
According to N24, Europe’s borders are slowly giving way and the German report was commissioned through the services of Gasim to determine the future size and scope of the migrant flow as well as its intended duration.”
Then there is the amount of resources and personnel needed to handle the incoming immigrants. Breitbart elaborates:
“An ‘impasse’ on the Balkan route to Germany without more pan-EU support could ’cause panic and chaos among migrants and authorities’, Gasim says, adding that any further increase in numbers would have to be met by the combined resources of Germany’s Federal Intelligence Service, Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution, the Federal Police, the Federal Foreign Office and the Federal Office for Migration and Refugees (BAMF).”
Doesn’t sound like the Germans can take much more. Let’s hope for their sake that they can.