Czech president Miloš Zeman is warning that 10 million African migrants are poised to flood into Europe, asserting that they are incapable of assimilation and bring with them a sharp increase in crime.

In an interview with Czech TV channel Barandov, Zeman offered an unfiltered opinion on the detrimental effects of mass migration to Europe from the Third World, and a prognosis of things to come if the EU does not take immediate action to prevent the flow.

"If the European Union does not reach the courage to strengthen its external borders, for which it constantly chatters but does nothing, we will have 10 million migrants from Africa in the course of several years," Zeman said. "The culture of these migrants is not compatible with European culture, which is what immigrants themselves understand."

"The rise in criminality is caused precisely because we have opened space for these migrants, including attacks on police."

Zeman cited a study predicting that as many as 100 million Africans could attempt to reach Europe in the next several years, adding that he believed the figures to be overblown, but that a conservative estimate at 10% of that figure would still be devastating for Europe.

Many other European politicians and organizations have cited figures similar to Zemans, using them to advance a variety of agendas, but rarely in the interest of securing Europe's borders.

German Development Minister Gerd Muller claimed that 'global warming' could force 100 million Africans to migrate north to Europe, saying, "If we do not manage to limit global warming to two degrees, up to 100 million people will move north in the future."

Austrian Military Intelligence cited rising unemployment in Africa as a primary driver for a wave of up to 15 million African migrants, and offered a solution that would see European nations funneling further investments into African nations to prop up their economies.

Bild recently published findings from a classified German government report stating that more than six million migrants are already positioned around the Mediterranean, preparing to attempt to enter Europe, with one million waiting in Libya and three million in Turkey.

Turkish President Erdogan has repeatedly threatened to unleash the migrants he currently holds under a deal that sees money flow from Europe to Turkey in exchange for his cooperation in damming a tidal wave of humanity that could bring catastrophe of unthinkable proportions to the continent.

Infowars reported last week on a new study conducted by Zurich University revealing that migrants were responsible for a 92% increase in crime in Germany over the past two years.

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