The German government granted “asylum” to 142,481 invaders during the first five months of 2016—and when the nonwhites get “family reunification” rights, their numbers will quintuple to at least 750,000.
At this rate, Germany will add another 1.5 million nonwhites to its population this year—a rate which will guarantee that that nation slips into majority Third World status well within the next 15 or 20 years.
The extent of the nonwhite invasion was revealed in an official statement from the Federal Office for Migration and Refugees (BAMF) which said that in the period from January to May 2016, a total of 309,785 applications for asylum were made in Germany.
During this period, the BAMF made 231,623 decisions, and granted “asylum” to 129,912 people (56.1 percent). A further 11,152 persons were given subsidiary protection, and another 1,417 were given protection from deportation—a grand total of 142,481.
Of those numbers, the BAMF rejected the applications of 58,282 invaders (25.2 percent), and a further 30 860 applications (13.3 percent) were withdrawn due to the invaders going elsewhere.
The statement added that the German government had granted “asylum” to 21,277 invaders during the month of May 2016 alone.
In addition, a further 55,259 new “asylum applications” were made in Germany during May 2016. This represents a 112.6 percent increase on the month of May 2015.
During May 2016, the BAMF had made decisions in 36,465 asylum applications, a 117.3 percent compared to May 2015. According to the figures, some 15,419 invaders “received the status of a refugee under the Geneva Convention on Refugees,” in May 2016—or around 42.3 percent of all asylum decisions.
In addition, the BAMF statement said, some 5,595 people were given “subsidiary protection within the meaning of the EU Directive 2011/95 / EU,” amounting to 15.3 percent of all decisions.
A further 263 invaders were granted effective leave to remain by qualifying for “prohibitions on deportation under § 60 paragraph 5 or paragraph 7, sentence 1 of the Residence Act,” which means that there are other reasons why they cannot be deported.
The 21,277 figure is made up of those granted asylum, those granted subsidiary protection, and those who cannot be deported.
All of those granted leave to remain will now of course qualify for “family reunion” rights, which means that this population will easily quintuple in size. The final figure of invaders settling in Germany as a result of this one month’s decision is therefore likely to be over 100,000 people—or a city the size of Jena—the second largest city in the state of Thuringia.
The BAMF statement went on to detail exactly where the invaders were coming from. According to their figures, 2,915 applications were made by nationals of the six Western Balkan countries: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, and Serbia. This amounts to 5.3 percent of all asylum applications lodged in Germany.
Syrians—or at least those claiming to be “Syrians” (a dubious claim given the massive trade in stolen, illegal, and forged Syrian passports)—accounted for 21,651 applications in May 2016; Afghans for 9,124; Iraqis for 8,349; Iranians for 2,089; Pakistanis for 1,095; Eritreans for 1,066; and Nigerians for 947.
In addition, some 1,151 people from the Russian Federation applied for asylum in Germany. It is unknown what their ethnic origin is, but they are unlikely to be white Russians, and are most likely from the racially dubious southern regions such as Georgia.
Finally, the BAMF statement said, there were 1,091 applications from invaders who either claim not to know where they are from, or whose origin cannot be readily identified.
Only some 8,815 applications (24.2 percent) were actually rejected, and another 6,373 applications (17.5 percent) were withdrawn. Most of the withdrawals were the result of the invaders moving on to other countries in the European Union where they also made “asylum” applications.
The BAMF also said that there were still some 459,667 outstanding cases as of the end of May 2016. At an approval rate of around 60 percent, this implies that at least another 276,000 are likely to be granted “asylum.” When “family reunification” rights are added in, this will amount to at least another one million nonwhites arriving in Germany.
In addition, the actual number of deportations never matches the expulsion orders, as the majority of nonwhites simply refuse to go and stay on illegally.
Finally, although the German government has claimed that it expects 100,000 invaders to leave Germany this year—either voluntarily or through deportations—this figure is obviously only the proverbial drop in the bucket, and will not affect the ultimate outcome.
Once again, the choice is clear: either Germany—and Western Europe—will definitively halt the nonwhite invasion, and start mass deportations of those already present, or they will be overwhelmed and destroyed by the Third World within the next 20 years.