At least 168,542 Third World invaders have landed in Italy this year as of November 20, more than all of 2015, and only about 1,480 fewer than the previous record year of 2014, according to the International Organization for Migration (IOM).
There are currently over 176,000 Third Worlders living in Italian “reception centers”—a population equivalent in size to all but 18 of Italy’s largest cities.
Males comprised 96 percent of the invasion force, while the main countries of origin are Nigeria, Mali, Eritrea, Gambia, Guinea, and Pakistan.
The IOM report also revealed that as of November 16, some 7,482 of the invaders had been “selected” for relocation elsewhere into the European Union in terms of Merkel’s “refugee distribution” deal.
Based on information from the Italian Ministry of the Interior, most of the invaders waiting for “relocation” from Italy are Eritrean nationals. Of the 7,482, at least 1,757 have already been removed to other European states.
On November 15, 228 invaders departed to Germany and another 100 are planned to be relocated to the Netherlands and France in the next days.
Out of 22,775 invaders claiming to be unaccompanied minors, who arrived in Italy by November 3, 2016, at least 3,569 “Eritreans,” 167 “Syrians,” 187 “Iraqis,” and 12 “Yemenis” are also “eligible for relocation,” the IOM report said.
Relocation costs are paid from the EU budget, with €6,000 euros per head going to the country that accepts the refugees and €500 euros to the country transferring them.
According to reports from Italy dealing with invaders arriving after November 16, several thousand extra are arriving every day, including Palestinians, Lebanese, and Sudanese.
Italian police in Salerno, southwestern Italy, also recently arrested 13 nonwhites living in Italy for helping to organize a “human smuggling” network. One of those arrested is a Somali with German nationality, who was the head of the ring.
According to the Napoli Repubblica newspaper, two other Somalis have been placed under house arrest, while the remaining ten have been put in prison.
Using their legal status in Europe, the gang provided a network all the way into Germany, Austria, Demark, Sweden, Belgium, the Netherlands, and Norway.
They offered invaders landing in Italy—that is, those coming off the European navy ships who transport them to Europe from the North African coast—transport north so that they would not have to even apply for “asylum” in Italy.
Police said that the gang earned at least €150,000 each month from their activities, which have been in operation for at least two years.