Former MI6 head Richard Dearlove warns that Europe faces a “populist uprising” if its governments fail to take control of the migrant crisis.
“If Europe cannot act together to persuade a significant majority of its citizens that it can gain control of its migratory crisis then the EU will find itself at the mercy of a populist uprising, which is already stirring,” Dearlove told BBC’s World on the Move.
Noting that the number of migrants entering Europe could run into the millions, Dearlove added that next month’s vote on the UK leaving the European Union was “the first roll of the dice in a bigger geopolitical game”.
The solution to the crisis was to remove the “gravitational pull” causing the waves of migrants to enter the west in the first place, according to Dearlove.
As we have documented, numerous other prominent voices have warned that the influx of migrants could cause social disorder or even full scale riots in Europe.
Top security experts in Germany told Chancellor Angela Merkel last October that the middle class was becoming “radicalized” as a result of her open borders migrant policy and that domestic disorder could ensue as a result.
French security forces are also preparing for mass civil unrest and radicalized immigrants taking over entire neighborhoods, according to intelligence sources.
Last year, Swiss army chief André Blattmann warned that the risk of social unrest in Europe was intensifying and that citizens should arm themselves.
Danish Professor Helmuth Nyborg also cautioned last month that “civil war” was the most likely outcome of current EU immigration policies.
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