Germany has 800,000 vacant jobs, and it needs at least 500,000 immigrants per year to remain competitive and keep its pension system alive.
At the end of 'communism' in 1989, Bulgaria had a population of 9 million. Now it is at 7.2 million. It is estimated that it will lose an additional 7 per cent by 2030, and 28.5 per cent by 2050. Romania will lose 22 per cent by 2050, followed by Ukraine (20%), Moldova (20%), Bosnia and Herzegovina (19.5%), Latvia (19%), Lithuania (17.5%), Serbia (17%), Croatia (16%), and Hungary (16%). Yet, all Eastern Europe countries have followed the British and take a strong stance on refusing to accept refugees.
The lack of global stability has created 60 million refugees. Of those, 15 million live in refugee camps. One of them, Dadaab, in Kenya, has now half a million people. It is estimated that climate change will create by 2030 another 10 million refugees.