In the first six months of 2016, some 211,000 nonwhite invaders pretending to be asylum seekers arrived in Germany, although the numbers entering are starting to slow significantly, new figures have revealed.
The number of invaders arriving dropped to 4,900 in June, a large decline from the previous month, when at least 16,300 arrived.
The figure of 4,900 is less than the number who were arriving in one day at the height of the 2015 invasion, spawned by Angela Merkel’s open doors invitation to the Third World.
According to a report in the Rheinische Post newspaper, which claimed to have exclusively acquired the figures from authorities in Berlin, the police’s computerized catchment system, known as EASY, had recorded 3,050 crossings on the German–Austrian border in June.
The rest appear to have presented themselves inside Germany, after entering the country via unknown means.
The figures do not however, include those coming in directly from Turkey in terms of the “EU deal” with that country, whereby an “asylum seeker” is airlifted straight into Germany in return for each one sent back from Greece.
According to the newspaper, the EASY system recorded some 16,300 entries in May. 16,000 in April, and 20,000 in March. In February there were 61,000, and in January there were 92,000.
November 2015 saw 216,000 registrations—so a drop to “only” 4,900 is a significant reduction.
The Rheinische Post pointed out that although the numbers of new arrivals is dropping, the number of new “asylum applications” is significantly higher. This has to do with the fact that the system was overrun in 2015 by the mass invasion, and it has taken months to even start processing the over one million invaders who arrived.
There are still close to half a million “asylum” applications yet to be decided upon, and it will take several months to process that backlog, never mind the new arrivals this year.