At least 1.8 million nonwhite invaders pretending to be asylum seekers have entered Germany since 2014—and are still currently there, irrespective of whether their applications have been approved or not.
Germany is now second in the list of countries worldwide to take in “asylum seekers,” according to statistics released by the United Nations.
According to a report in Die Welt newspaper, the only country which has taken in more “asylum seekers” than Germany is Turkey.
As of April 30, 2016, more than 1.5 million nonwhites had either completed asylum applications or were busy with ongoing applications in Germany, Die Welt said, quoting government sources.
In addition, the paper said, the federal government said that slightly more than 300,000 nonwhites had already been granted recognition as “refugees,” while another 450,000 applications were still to be processed.
The 1.8 million figure also includes those nonwhites whose asylum application has been completed many years ago and who live as “recognized” or “failed” asylum seekers, with or without a residence permit in Germany, Die Welt said.
This figure does not include those invades who have completed “asylum” applications and who are now German citizens, the paper added—showing once again that it is the German government’s intention to make all “approved” invaders into “Germans” as quickly as possible.
The UN figures indicate that as of the end of 2015, Turkey had around 2.5 million “refugees.” Second-placed was Germany, and third was Pakistan (1.6 million), and Lebanon (1.1 million).
Counted as a proportion to the entire population, Germany is placed sixth worldwide, the UN figures said. Die Welt reported this fact as if to show that Germany had in reality taken in comparatively few invaders—but this of course ignores the racial impact of importing such a large number of nonwhites of that age into Europe.
As pointed out earlier, the ongoing Third World invasion of Germany will create a nonwhite majority in the 20- to 30-year-old age group within just four years, and a nonwhite majority within one generation.
That analysis showed that the nonwhite invaders are almost exclusively limited to people aged between 20 and 35 years of age, or even younger. When compared to the already existing German population within this same age group (15 million), the “proportion of people with an “immigrant background” in this age group is about 3.5 million people.
When the total number of invaders is added to those expected to be granted “asylum” and their extended families allowed in under “family reunification” programs, the number of nonwhites in that age group is expected to outnumber white Germans within a generation.