Five nonwhite invaders—all claiming to be refugees—have been detained after crossing the Öresund Bridge from Denmark to Sweden by foot, Swedish police have confirmed.
It is the first time that illegal aliens have actually managed to cross the major bridge—which has no normal pedestrian path—since the nonwhite invasion started in earnest in 2015.
According to a report in the News Øresund, the invaders managed to get down the tunnel at Kastrup and on the Pepparholmen and then onto the Öresund Bridge to Sweden during the night of May 12.
The nonwhites had been blocked from passing through the normal channels because they have no papers at all—so they took the decision to enter illegally and then just try and present themselves to the Swedes and demand “asylum.”
Police said that heat sensors—especially installed on the bridge for such an eventuality—detected the invaders on the train section of the double-decker bridge.
The train service was stopped and a search team sent out onto the five-mile-long bridge to hunt for the nonwhites.
They were eventually found—on Swedish soil—and were handed over for processing to the Swedish Migration Board—as was their plan all along.
The Öresund Bridge Consortium’s communications manager, Sanna Holmqvist, expressed “concern” about the “trend toward increasing numbers of asylum seekers trying to enter the tunnel at Kastrup in their attempts to advance over the Öresund Bridge.”
So far this year, more than 55 attempts have been made, but the May 12 incident is the first time that the invaders have actually succeeded in crossing.
According to Holmqvist, there are “several attempts” every week now, and the pace is stepping up now that the weather has improved.
The Swedish government instituted border controls in January 2016, after a record number—at least 150,000—of nonwhites entered the country last year after Angela Merkel invited the Third World into Europe.
Prior to the January 2016 change, it was possible to simply get on a train in Copenhagen, Denmark, and ride all the way to Malmo, Sweden. Now, however, all travelers wanting to cross the Öresund bridge by train or bus, or use ferry services, are refused entry if they do not have the “necessary documents”—which are a valid visa-free passport or identity document—or a passport with the necessary visa.
This rule did not stop invaders from applying for asylum in Sweden though. All they have to do is actually get to that country, and make an application to the Swedish Migration Agency.
* The Öresund Bridge is a combined railway and motorway bridge across the Öresund strait between Sweden and Denmark. It is the longest combined road and rail bridge in Europe, and was opened in July 2000.
The bridge runs nearly five miles from the Swedish coast to the artificial island of Peberholm in the middle of the strait. The crossing is completed by the 2.5-mile Drogden Tunnel from Peberholm to the Danish island of Amager.