Illegal Alien Invader Crisis: Sweden the only European country with a majority favourable towards non-EU immigration

If statistics alone are the judge, then the staggering 800,000 to one million refugees who are expected to apply for asylum in Germany this year have put the country streets ahead of all its neighbours in the EU’s response to the worst refugee crisis to hit Europe since the Second World War.

But even in Germany, where Chancellor Angela Merkel has insisted that the nation is well equipped to meet the refugee crisis, not everything is perfect. While across the rest of the European Union, the reaction has been decidedly chequered.