ISIS and it’s affiliates have no doubt caused a mass-imimgration from Arab nations mainly including Syria during the last year. And while many European nations are scrambling to accommodate these people fleeing from conflict, some fear the worst is yet to come- And it won’t be from Syria.
David Boss recently explained to Bloomberg, “Look how many countries in Africa, for example, depend on the income from oil exports,” Schwab said in an interview ahead of the WEF’s 46th annual meeting, in the Swiss resort of Davos. “Now imagine 1 billion inhabitants, imagine they all move north.”
Boss goes on to explain that this will cause a “social breakdown” due to the enormous influx of newly integrated immigrants. Boss also touches on the fact the “radical leaders” thrive on this kind of situation to drive a fear campaign amongst a countries original citizens. In other words, this plunge in the oil market will make Syria look like a cake walk.
So the question remains, how will European countries decide to deal with this, and what’s next for Africa?