And they’ll all be heading our way if our politicians keep playing stupid….
Interestingly enough, they’re not wandering around the Jordanian countryside, but they’re all tucked away in locations. Something that the West could learn.
A migrant city the size of Bath: How desert camp in Jordan that opened with 100 families is now home to 80,000 Syrian refugees
These are the amazing images of the scale of the Syrian refugee crisis where 80,000 migrants have set up home in the middle of the Jordanian desert. Amid the shanty town surroundings, 15.5 tonnes of bread is distributed on a daily basis. Although, a pizza delivery service has sprung up, as have a barber shop, hairdressers, greengrocers, coffee shop and even a wedding boutique.
One of the roads is named after the Champs-Elysees in Paris. King Abdullah of Jordan said his security services are busily screening the refugees to ensure that no ISIS elements are able to slip across the border. The King told a conference in London that if the West wishes to take the moral high ground, he will be more than happy to relocate the refugees.