Up to 90 percent of nonwhite invaders pretending to be refugees vanish after reporting to asylum centers in Switzerland, it has emerged.
The figures are contained in a report drawn up by the Swiss State Secretariat for Migration (SEM), which was leaked to the Swiss Sonntags Zeitung newspaper.
According to the document, in the St. Gallen Altstätten invader reception area, around 50 percent of “asylum seekers” withdraw their applications after having parasited off the Swiss taxpayers for a few days or weeks, before moving on to find new and better victims in Austria or Germany.
In the Thurgau invader reception area—in north Switzerland—this figure is even higher, and runs at between 80 and 90 percent, the document continued.
In Bern, the de facto capital of Switzerland, about half of the “allocated” invaders never even arrive in the lodging set up for them.
The SEM would not give the Sonntags Zeitung figures for each canton, but acknowledged that in the last three months there had been an “accumulation of such cases,” and around 40 percent of all applications had simply not arrived at their allocated lodgings.
Justice director of Bern Christoph Neuhaus called the numbers of disappearing migrants “highly problematic.”
He said: “We cannot be sure that they really migrate further and register elsewhere as asylum seekers.
“Switzerland is risking an army of illegal aliens which will become evident in the black market, prostitution, and crime.”
President Albert Roesti of the conservative Swiss People’s Party, the largest in the country, warned that it was a “massive security risk if the applicants simply go underground. There is only one solution: the border should be closed down.”
The problem, as identified by the newspaper, is that there are no measures in place to keep track of who enters or leaves the country—the direct result of Switzerland’s participation in the European Union’s “freedom of movement” accord, even though Switzerland is not an EU member or even a signatory to the Schengen common visa agreement.
The SEM document said, for example, that only the previous week, some 200 invaders who had crossed the border from Cuomo in Italy had suddenly vanished without a trace and that it was “unclear” where they had gone.
Another report in the Swiss Tages Anzieger newspaper revealed that as of June 2016, some 4,833 registered invaders had “vanished” inside Switzerland—more than for the entire previous year.
The paper also revealed that “most” of these invaders claimed to be from Nigeria, Eritrea, Gambia, and Morocco, and that 226 of them claimed to be “unaccompanied minors.”
The newspaper quoted SEM officials as saying that those who vanish so quickly are most likely those who know that they have little chance of being recognized as “asylum seekers,” and therefore leave Switzerland as quickly as possible.