There have been more nonwhite invaders landing in Greece and Italy this year via the “Mediterranean sea route” than the same period last year.
Official figures show that 253,540 invaders landed in the first six months of this year, compared to 126,514 for the same period last year.
The International Organization for Migration (IOM) said in its latest report that from January 1 to July 17, 2106, some 79,861 nonwhite invaders had landed in Italy.
During the same time, at least 159,177 invaders landed in Greece, compared to the 126,514 who landed there in the first six months of 2015.
The total number who have landed in Europe via the Mediterranean Sea route until July 18, this year, is 253,540, the IOM report said.
The IOM also revealed that in the week from July 6 to July 12, some 4,083 invaders arrived in Italy.
The IOM reported their nationalities as Nigerians, Eritreans, Sudanese, Guineans, and citizens from the Ivory Coast—none of whom even in the remotest possibility qualify as “refugees.”
The invaders arriving in Greece are listed as being from Syria, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Iraq, and Algeria.
Just last week, some 3,200 nonwhites were picked up on Tuesday off the coast of Libya by European naval units, as the traffickers took advantage of the better weather.
The media claims that the invaders are “fleeing war and poverty in Africa, the Middle East, and Asia,” but in reality they are actually bringing both war and poverty to Europe.
More than 320,000 nonwhites crossed the Mediterranean Sea to Italy last year. More than 125,000 are now living in Italian “shelters,” scrounging off the taxpayers in that country.