Invasion of Europe Continues: 53,175 “Asylum” Applications in January 2018

Nonwhite invaders pretending to be refugees lodged 53,175 “asylum” applications in the first four weeks of January 2018 alone, while another 14,601 landed in Europe during the first ten weeks of 2018, new official figures show.

According to data released by the United Nations’ “International Organization for Migration” (IOM), 14,601 “arrivals” were registered to Europe from January 1, 2018 to March 10, 2018,

Of this number, 12,318 nonwhites had invaded Europe by sea, and 2,283 by land.

In 2017, at least 186,768 nonwhites invaded Europe in this manner, and in 2016, the figure was 390,432.

The IOM said that the main nationalities of arrivals (in descendant order) were as follows:

To Italy: Eritrea, Tunisia, Pakistan, Nigeria, Libya, and Cote d’Ivoire.

To Greece: Iraq, Syria, Afghanistan, Republic of the Congo, Cameroon, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

To Spain: Morocco, Algeria, Guinea, Cote d’Ivoire, Gambia, and Syria.

To Bulgaria: Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria, and Pakistan.

However, the invader numbers do not tally with the total number of “asylum” applications, indicating that an even larger number of nonwhites are invading Europe through routes other than those indicated by the IOM.

According to figures released by the EU’s European Asylum Support Office (EASO), in January 2018, at least 53,175 “asylum applications” were lodged in EU.

This represents an increase of eight percent compared to the previous month, but only a 13 percent decline compared to a year ago in January 2017.

Part—but not all—of the difference in the totals is explained by the fact that one in 10 applicants “had already lodged an application previously in the same EU+ country, and so the overall number of repeated applications was 5 282,” the EASO report said.

At least three percent of all applications came from nonwhites claiming to be “unaccompanied minors,” (UAM), with most being from Afghanistan (11 percent of all UAM applications), Eritrea (10 percent) and The Gambia (8 percent).

In particular, about one fifth of all applicants from The Gambia claimed to be UAMs.

In January 2018, the largest groups of invaders claimed to be from Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan. Together with Nigeria and Pakistan, these citizenships jointly accounted for a third of all applications for international protection lodged in the EU in January 2018.

Georgia, Eritrea, Iran, Albania and Bangladesh completed the list of the 10 most common citizenships of origin.

At the end of January 2018, there were 447,306 “asylum” applications awaiting a decision in first instance.

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