At least 82,046 nonwhite invaders pretending to be refugees have landed in Europe so far this year—with the most reaching Spain, but that figure does not include those who have landed by boat in that country without registering.
According to the latest invasion statistics released by the UN’s International Organization on Migration (IOM), the total was made up of 67,131 sea-borne and 14,915 land-borne invaders as of August 26, 2018.
The figures showed that the total number of invaders who entered Greece from January 1 2015 to August 26, 2018, stood at 1,097,235.
The total number of invaders who reached Greece so far this year stood at 27,914. Of that number, 18,529 invaded by sea, and 9,385 by sea.
The total number of invaders who reached Italy as of Aug 26, 2018 now stands at 19,761. The cumulative total of invaders who have sought to parasite off Italy from January 1, 2015 until August 26, 2018, stands at 474,408.
The total number of invaders who reached Spain as of August 26, 2018, stood at 32,376. Of this number 27,994 invaded Spain by sea, and 4,382 by land. This was by far the biggest jump in numbers for Spain since January 2015, as shown by the fact that the cumulative total from that date until August 26, 2018, stands at 91,931.
The total number of invaders who have reached Bulgaria this year as of August 26, 2018, stands at 1,148, with the cumulative total since Janaur 1, 2015, being 52,071.
In addition, 714 invaders have landed this year so far in Malta, while 133 landed in Cyprus.
The main nationalities of the recorded invaders were as follows:
To Italy: Tunisia, Eritrea, Sudan, Nigeria, Côte d’Ivoire.
To Greece: Syrian Arab Republic, Iraq, Afghanistan, Cameroon, Democratic Republic of the Congo.
To Spain: Sub-Saharan Africa, Morocco, Guinea, Mali, Côte d’Ivoire
To Bulgaria: Syrian Arab Republic, Afghanistan, Iraq, Pakistan.
These figures do not include those who have managed to enter Spain without registering, such as those who were filmed landing on a Spanish beach last week: