A total of 110,054 nonwhite invaders have entered Europe during the first eight weeks of this year—and these are only the ones who have made any sort of effort to actually register or be seen.
According to figures released by the International Organization for Migration (IOM), this figure includes 102,547 who have come through Greece, and 7,507 who have invaded Italy over the Mediterranean Sea.
This figure, the IOM pointed out, meant that the total for the first seven weeks of 2016 has already exceeded the entire number of invaders who landed in Europe until July 2015.
In the period January 1 to February 28, 2015, some 11,834 invaders arrived by both routes in Europe.
According to IOM Greece, an estimated 42,861 invaders have reached the Greek islands in the first twenty-two days of February 2016. The Greek authorities say that they are mainly Syrians, Afghans, Iraqis, Iranians, and Pakistanis. Others were from Morocco, Bangladesh, and Somalia.
Between February 11 and 17, the IOM estimated that some 7,286 invaders crossed from Greece into the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM).
Meanwhile in Italy, following several days with no arrivals mainly due to rough seas, a total of 940 invaders were rescued in one day, February 22, in the channel of Sicily. Of these, 357 were brought to Pozzallo, 342 to Messina, and 241 to Lampedusa.
Most are from Sub-Saharan Africa and many are from Libya—which was a stable country until the European Union bombed away the Gadhafi government in the name of “regime change.”
* Meanwhile, all Afghans caught at the border crossing between Macedonia and Greece are being bused back to Athens after being denied entry into the Balkan state, the Focus news service has reported.
They will be temporarily housed in camps near Athens, as reported from police sources. It is not yet clear what is going to happen to them after this.