The sky-levels of migration into Germany are set to only get higher, with the revelation that some 250,000 Syrians now have permission to bring their families to the country as well according to a report in the German press.
268,000 Syrians in total not have permission to bring their families over to Europe in what will amount to another huge influx.
This goes to the heart of the EU madness. Germany already has 550,000 failed asylum seekers who have been allowed to stay.
The financial cost of funding so many migrants and refugees cost the German taxpayer €22 billion in 2016.
Frankly the situation is utterly out of control. No wonder the likes of Poland and Hungary are holding out amidst threats from the EU.