The number of nonwhite invaders lodging “first time” asylum applications in the European Union reached 592,800 as of the end of June 2016, according to official figures released by the EU’s statistical agency Eurostat.
The invaders came from 148 different countries and less than one-third claim to be from Syria. Even that figure is doubtful, given the large number of fake Syrian passports in circulation.
Pakistani invaders arrested breaking through the Hungarian border fence, September 25, 2016. Note the United Nations-supplied backpacks.
According to a Eurostat report detailing the figures for the first quarter of 2016 (January to March), some 287,100 “first time asylum applications” were registered throughout the European Union.
Of this number, 36 percent claimed to be from Syria in that period. Of the 102,400 “Syrians” who applied for the first time for asylum in the EU in the first quarter 2016, more than 85 percent were registered in Germany (88,500).
Iraq and Afghanistan (12 percent each of the total number of first time applicants) were the second and third main countries of citizenship of the invading hordes during the first quarter 2016.
Of the 35,000 “Iraqis” seeking asylum protection for the first time in the EU Member States during the period January to March 2016, almost three-quarters (25,600) applied in Germany. Of the almost 35,000 “Afghans,” more than half were registered also in Germany (19,800).
During the first quarter 2016, the highest number of first time applicants was registered in Germany (with almost 175,000 first time applicants, or 61 percent of total first time applicants in the EU Member States), followed by Italy (22,300, or 8 percent), France (18,000, or 6 percent), Austria (13,900, or 5 percent) and the United Kingdom (10,100, or 4 percent).
According to a Eurostat report detailing the figures for the second quarter of 2016 (April to June), some 305,700 “first time asylum applications” were registered throughout the European Union.
Those invaders claiming to be “Syrians” numbered 90,500—29 percent of the total. “Afghans” numbered 50,300, and “Iraqis” numbered 34,300.
The total number of invaders for this second quarter measuring period was up by 6 percent compared with the first quarter of 2016.
During the second quarter 2016, the highest number of first time applicants was registered in Germany (with almost 187,000 first time applicants, or 61 percent of total first time applicants in the EU Member States), followed by Italy (27,000, or 9 percent), France (17,800, or 6 percent), Hungary (14,900, or 5 percent), and Greece (12,000, or 4 percent).
In total, the Eurostat figures said, those invaders claiming to be Syrians were about 30 percent of the total, with the rest being made up of nationals from no less than 148 different countries around the world.