More nonwhite invaders pretending to be refugees and seeking to parasite off Europe have landed in Spain so far this year than in Italy and the Balkans—while their launch base country of Morocco stands accused of deliberately relaxing its border controls in order to blackmail more foreign aid out of the European liberals.
According to data supplied by the United Nations offices in Spain, at least 27.614 nonwhites have invaded Spain using landing craft—many in full view of members of the public—so far this year. In contrast, the UN figures claim, 18,475 have invaded Italy, and 16,142 invaded Greece, and 73 have invaded Cyprus.
These figures correlate with the International Organization of Migration (IOM) which says that as of 29 July 2018, 26,583 nonwhites invaded Spain, with 22,858 landing by invasion boats, and 3,725 “by land”—presumably after having smashed their way through the fences surrounding the Spanish cities of Ceuta and Melilla in Morocco.
In 2017, a total of 28,707 nonwhites invaded Spain, up from 2016’s 14,558. The IOM also claims that as from January 2015 to the present day, at least 86.138 nonwhites have landed in Spain.
A new report in the Euronews news service said that Morocco—the invasion jumping off point—deliberately relaxed is “migration controls into Europe as leverage in key negotiations with Brussels.”
The report went on to say that there are “suspicions border checks were eased ahead of negotiations on a fisheries agreement and how much Brussels should give Rabat for helping protect the EU’s external border.”
Quoting Gonzalo Fanjul, a spokesman for the pro-invasion organization porCausa, the report said that “several observers I trust suggest that Morocco, as it has done in the past, is using as part of the negotiation on very sensitive issues such as the fisheries agreement, or in the negotiation of the aid that the EU will give the country to manage these [migration] flows.”
“Traditionally, the Moroccan state security forces squeeze or raise their hands depending on the circumstances. One of the elements that makes us think that this is a factor is that among the flows that are coming there are many Moroccans, and these immigrants are not displaced from Libya.”
Brussels announced last month it was giving Morocco and Tunisia €55 million to “improve maritime border management, save lives at sea and fight against smugglers operating in the region”.
The figures show that there has been a sharp increase in the number of Moroccans invading Europe via Spain, from 963 in 2016 to 5,500 last year.