Well over 7,000 Sub-Saharan African invaders landed on the shores of Italy in just two days, bringing the total number so far this year to at least 60,000, the Italian government has announced.
Separately, the European Union’s border agency Frontex said that they are expecting 10,000 “departures” every week from Libya over the coming months.
The African invaders—all falsely claiming to be asylum seekers and always referred to as “migrants” by the controlled media—are apparently taking advantage of the good summer weather to speed up their invasion of Europe.
According to the Italian government, an estimated 7,000 Africans were plucked from the sea in European naval operations on Thursday and Friday alone last week, and the flow is showing no sign of abating.
On Thursday, no less than 5,000 invaders were brought ashore, and on Friday, at least 2,100 invaders were brought ashore in nine different operations organized by the Italian Coast Guard.
All of the Africans were aboard ramshackle “boats” or rubber dinghies, the Coast Guard said.
On Sunday, June 26, a German naval ship picked up 1,300 Africans on boats which had started to sink off the Libyan coast. Even though the African invasion force was only about 50 miles off the Libyan coast, they were taken to Italy as “refugees.”
According to the International Organization for Migration (IOM), at the beginning of last week, some 55,563 Africans had invaded Italy this year. Last week’s addition will have pushed this to well over 60,000.
Frontex director Klaus Rösler told the Bild newspaper in Germany that his organization expected about “300,000 boat people” to make the crossing from Libya this year, at the rate of “10,000 departures per week.”
Once registered as “asylum seekers” in Italy, many of these Africans are moving north to parasite off Germany and other northwestern European states.
According to a report issued by the German police, the number of Sub-Saharan African invaders entering Germany via Switzerland is increasing every day, with at least 503 being registered at the border between the state of Baden-Württemberg and Switzerland so far in June.
These are just those who have been detected, and the actual number who have passed through undetected is unknown.