56,000 Invader-Refugees Demanded Money, Food and Housing from Europeans in July 2018

At least 56,000 nonwhite invaders pretending to be refugees applied for “asylum” in Europe during July 2018, demanding free money, food and housing, even though none of them come from countries where they are being persecuted or are not “safe,” a review of the latest statistics issued by the European Asylum Support Office (EASO) has shown.

According to the EASO’s latest “Asylum Trends” figures, “just below 56 000 applications for international protection were lodged in EU+ countries, some 4 500 more than in June.

“July was the month with the most applications in the past eight months. So far in 2018, over 357 500 applications have been lodged in the EU, 14 percent fewer than during the same period of 2017.”

The originating countries of these “asylum seekers” shows that all are actually bogus—because none of them are totally “unsafe” and there is no real reason to have “fled.”

For example, the EASO report said that 1,502 applications were lodged by “self-claimed unaccompanied minors” (UAMs), representing about 2.7 percent of all applicants.

Almost two fifths of these UAMs originated from just three countries: Afghanistan (248), Eritrea (204) and Pakistan (137), and that the highest concentration of self-claimed UAMs continued to be among applicants from Vietnam (13 % of all Vietnamese applicants claimed to be UAMs), Eritrea (12 %) and The Gambia (11 %).

The main countries of origin of “adult” applicants in July were Syria, Afghanistan, Iraq, Turkey and Pakistan, and citizens of each of these countries lodged more applications than in June 2018.

The largest absolute increase took place for Syrian applicants (+ 988, + 15 %), whereas the largest relative increase occurred for Turkish applicants (+ 724, + 34 %).





Turkish citizens continued to lodge increasing numbers of applications for the fourth month in a row, in July reaching the highest level for the past year.

Compared to June, sizeable increases were recorded for applicants from Sudan (+ 512), Iran (+ 470), and Somalia (+ 251).

There were fewer applications lodged by nationals of three South American countries with a Schengen visa exemption: Venezuela (- 571), Colombia (- 439), and El Salvador (- 144).

Finally, the EASO report noted, there were “considerably fewer Nigerian citizens (- 180) [who] lodged applications in the EU compared to June.” This is, of course, because the new Italian government has largely shut down the mass invasion of Africans across the Mediterranean Sea.

At the end of July, there were 431,171 “applications awaiting a decision in first instance,” with “Syrian, Afghan and Nigerian citizens had the most pending cases in July, together accounting for a quarter of all pending cases in the EU.”

Other states listed in the EASO figures as “originating countries” include e Guinea, Côte d’Ivoire and Senegal.

As can be seen from the EASO-provided list of “originating countries,” none of them are “persecuting” any group or individuals, and therefore there is absolutely no reason at all for any of their nationals to be claiming “asylum” in Europe.

It is clear that this entire process has nothing to do with genuine “asylum” cases, but is simply a mass nonwhite invasion of Europe, aided and abetted by the anti-white, race-denying establishment, which seeks to flood Europe with Third Worlders and destroy white European civilization through racial replacement.


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