Danish Refugee Council's Secretary General: - We face an Armageddon scenario

 
Danish Refugee Council's Secretary General: - We face an Armageddon scenario
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Andreas Kamm, who is Secretary General of the Danish Refugee Council, in an article in the Danish mainstream newspaper, Jyllands-Posten, states that we now "face an 'Armageddon scenario', we must not destroy our own society".

He predicts that the problem is a new permanent stage in history and calls for new thinking. He fears 'Armageddon'.

This is completely new tones from the Danish Refugee Council, and Andreas Kamm, whose analysis is no different from those found in various blogs about the topic.

By using rhetoric which only a few years ago would be considered extremely far right, Kamm emphasizes that Europe is now at a crossroad. To be or not to be.

"We are heading towards a significant collapse, concludes the Danish Refugee Council's longstanding Secretary General Andreas Kamm.

"We run the risk that conflicts between refugees and migrants on one hand and the local populations on the other goes awry and escalating, and in my eyes we undeniably face an Armageddon scenario."

.... the answer is not that 'Europe imports the surplus population', 'We can not take 60 million refugees', he says.

'We can not be required to destroy our own society. We must stop it before that, if we possibly can,' he says.

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