At least 10,000—and likely many more—nonwhite invaders pretending to be “refugee children” have vanished without trace after invading Europe, according to statistics released by the European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Cooperation (Europol).
Europol chief of staff Brian Donald told media that 5,000 had disappeared in Italy alone, while another 1,000 were unaccounted for in Sweden.
“It’s not unreasonable to say that we’re looking at 10,000-plus children,” he said.
According to “Save the Children” organization, an estimated 26,000 unaccompanied children entered Europe last year. Europol, which has a 900-strong force of intelligence analysts and police liaison officers, believes 27 percent of the one million invaders in Europe last year were minors.
“Whether they are registered or not, we’re talking about 270,000 children,” Donald said. “Not all of those are unaccompanied, but we also have evidence that a large proportion might be,” he added, indicating that the 10,000 figure is likely to be a conservative estimate of the actual number of unaccompanied minors who have disappeared since entering Europe.
In October, officials in Trelleborg, southern Sweden, revealed that some 1,000 unaccompanied minor “refugee children” who had arrived in the port town over the previous month had gone missing.
Only last week, a separate report, again from Sweden, warned that many “unaccompanied refugees” vanished and that there was “very little information about what happens after the disappearance”.
In the UK the number of “refugee children” who disappear soon after arriving as “asylum seekers” has doubled over the past year.
* According to a report in the Morocco World News service, Morocco and Spain have entered into an agreement to repatriate Moroccan “minors” who have invaded Spain.
The proposal will take force when a new law is laid before the Spanish parliament dealing with the details, the report said.
The Spanish interior ministry has said that 17 percent, or 5,391, of the invaders who reached Spain by sea from January to June of 2018 were Moroccans. Of those claiming to be “unaccompanied minors” reaching Spain, 70 percent were Moroccan.