So far this year more than 6,700 nonwhites pretending to be refugees have invaded Europe by using a pathway through Greece, Albania, Montenegro, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Croatia, bypassing Serbia and Hungary which have built fences to stop the Third World invasion of those countries.
According to new data from the International Organization for Migration (IOM), Bosnia-Herzegovina, Albania and Montenegro registered 6,700 new invaders in the first five months of this year, which is more than twice the number registered in all of 2017.
The majority of the invaders have been registered in Bosnia-Herzegovina and hundreds have been sleeping in parks in the capital Sarajevo, where at least 4,000 have presented themselves.
Many of the invaders have switched direction from Serbia after finding their path to western Europe blocked by the Hungarian border fence, while many Iranians are taking advantage of a visa-free regime introduced last year between Serbia and Iran, which allows them to fly in to Sarajevo as “tourists” and then march north to parasite off the whites.
According to the “Migrants Presence” chart issued by the IOM, there were as of May 30, 2018, 61,770 nonwhite invaders “stranded” in Greece, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Serbia, Slovenia, Croatia, Hungary, Bulgaria, Cyprus, and Romania.
In addition, so far this year at least 36,940 nonwhite invaders have arrived in the EU claiming to be refugees.
Of this number, 32,080 have arrived by sea, and 4,860 by land, as of 30 May 2018, the IOM said.
As of March 2018, the main nationalities of the invaders registered in Italy have been Eritrea, Tunisia, Nigeria, Pakistan, Côte d’Ivoire; to Greece: Syrian Arab Republic, Iraq, Afghanistan, Cameroon, Democratic Republic of the Congo; to Spain: Morocco, Algeria, Guinea, Cote d’Ivoire, Gambia, Syria, and to Bulgaria: Syrian Arab Republic, Afghanistan, Iraq, and Pakistan.
According to the European Asylum Support Office (EASO), as of the end of April, nonwhites had lodged 49,716 applications for “international protection” in the white nations of Europe, an increase of 1,400 over the figure of March.
The level of “asylum applications” is comparable to that registered a year ago in April 2017, the EASO report added.