At least 464 nonwhite invaders falsely claiming to be refuges have landed every day in Europe this year as of June 7, making up a total of 73,335 for the 158-day period, new figures from the United Nations’ International Organization for Migration (IOM) have revealed.
According to the June 7, 2017 update from the IOM, there have been 72,336 “arrivals” by sea in Europe so far this year, and a further 999 by land.
The main nationalities of these “arrivals,” as provided by the IOM, reveal that these invaders are not refugees in any sense of the word, but for the largest part, sub-Saharan Africans who seek to parasite off European welfare.
According to the IOM, the main nationalities of the invaders landing in Italy are, in descendant order: Nigeria, Bangladesh, Guinea, Ivory Coast, and Gambia (April 2017).
The main nationalities invading Greece are Syria, Iraq, Republic of Congo, Algeria, and Afghanistan, while the main nationalities invading Bulgaria are Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Turkey (all as of April 2017).
In the period from 1 to 7 June, only 15 invaders were registered in Hungary, down from 17 in the previous week.
The number of invaders who have landed in Greece as of June 7, 2016, stands at 8,148. Of this number, 7,515 have landed by sea, and 633 by land.
Some good news is that there have been zero new invaders registered for the period 1 to 7 June in Slovenia, Croatia, Serbia, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, and Bulgaria.
This is all an indication that the series of border fences initiated by Hungary have been successful in largely halting the Balkans invasion route.
In Spain however, there as has been a noticeable increase in nonwhite invaders landing by sea, as the Africans start to step up their numbers of that invasion route as well.
According to the IOM, as of April 30, 2017, at least 3,314 invaders landed in Spain this year. All have come by sea. This figure is up from 1,063 in the same period last year, which means that the number of nonwhite invaders crossing the Mediterranean to Spain has more than tripled this year, making it the fastest-growing sea route into Europe.
The majority of the invaders crossing from Morocco to Spain also originate in sub-Saharan Africa.