The nonwhite invasion of Europe has continued unabated into the new year, with at least 2.810 Third World scroungers—or 165 every day—landing on the continent in the first 17 days of 2018, according to the latest figures the International Organization for Migration (IOM).
Of that number 2,593 invaded by sea. The flow to Spain continues to increase, but still the majority landed in Italy, being brought to that country courtesy of the Italian Coast Guard, which continues to supply a free taxi service to the nonwhites who only have to set sail from the Libyan coast in order to be “rescued.”
The remaining 217 invaded Europe by land through Turkey, according to the IOM figures.
The main nationalities of the invaders landing in Italy: were, in descending order, as follows: Nigeria, Guinean, Cote´d Ivoire, Bangladesh, Mali, and Eritrea.
Those landing in Greece claimed to come from Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Congo, Turkey, Pakistan and Algeria.
According to the pro-invasion “European Council on Refugees and Exiles” (ECRE)—an organization financed by the United Nations High Commission on Refugees (UNHCR), and a number of other private and public groups, including the US Mission to the European Union—the invaders landing in Spain are “automatically detained in police facilities for a maximum of 72 hours for the purposes of identification and humanitarian assistance.”
If return cannot be effected within 72 hours, people are directed to a Detention Centre for Foreigners (CIE). Since 2017, this includes Moroccan citizens.”
The ECRC also complained that the Spanish authorities were being deliberately deficient in their “provision of legal assistance” to the invaders.
Apparently, the ECRE claimed, lawyers are only contacted by the authorities after a return decision has been issued and thereby have no access to clients prior to the identification procedures conducted by the police.
In the Spanish enclaves of Ceuta and Melilla in Morocco, “transfers to the mainland are offered to nationals of Sub-Saharan countries who do not apply for asylum, whereas asylum seekers and nationals of countries such as Pakistan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka may wait for more than a year in the enclave.
“Many of those are discouraged from applying for asylum for fear of remaining there longer. A similar situation persists in Melilla, where nationals of Sub-Saharan countries and Syria benefit from transfers to the mainland but Moroccans, Algerians and Tunisians do not,” the ECRE added.
* Meanwhile, the UK government has signed a “deal” with the French government to “fast track” the nonwhites gathered at Calais into Britain.
In terms of an agreement signed last week between UK Prime Minister Theresa May and French President Emmanuel Macron, visa applications made by the invaders in Calais will now only take one month to process, and those claiming to be “children” will be “processed” in just 25 days.