Rome, 17 May – Europol and Interpol try to quantify what makes the invasion business: we speak of earnings between 5-6 billion dollars in 2015, making it “one of the most lucrative activities for organized crime.” It is a real multi-national crime, since it involves original suspicions of more than one hundred countries, with a structure formed by a number of leaders who coordinate activities along the migratory routes, local organizers and “facilitators at the lower-level” .
The report explains no systematic link between terrorism and migration (what does “systematic link” mean?). It admits an increasing risk that extremists could use the flow of migrants coming to Europe. The report states that there are 800 thousand immigrants waiting to leave for Europe from Libya. And someone is doing the math on how much this will yield. According to the two international organizations, “in 2016 more than 90% of migrants who seek to join the EU could use traffickers belonging to a criminal network”. Also an expected increase in “forced crime , because the migrants could be forced to criminal activity by” traffickers.