At least 10,000 nonwhites under the age of 18 are amongst the around 30,000 who have invaded Spain this year—and all of them will get Spanish citizenship, it has emerged.
According to a statement by the Spanish health ministry, “10,000 minor migrants are on Spanish soil alone without their parents” and at least 40 million euros ($46.5 million) has been “unlocked for regions willing to welcome them.”
The Socialist government has taken this “exceptional initiative” faced with a “rise in the number of arrivals over the past few months,” the statement added.
By law, “minors” cannot be sent back to their country. When they reach 18, they are entitled to Spanish nationality if they have been in a center for at least two years.
This serves as a great impetus for the invaders to lie about their age, or for older nonwhites in North Africa to send their children over to serve as anchor points for “family reunification” rights.
Spanish Health Minister Carmen Monton said there were currently 10,000 such “minors” in Spain. In April, Spain’s previous conservative government had counted just over 6,200 unaccompanied minor invaders, compared to 4,000 in 2016.
Most of these “minors”—or so they claim—come from Morocco, and therefore have no legitimate reason to claim “asylum” anywhere.
Meanwhile, the invasion continues unabated.
On Monday this week, 626 invaders from sub-Saharan and north Africa were plucked from 16 boats in the Strait of Gibraltar and the Alboran Sea, the two principal sea crossings to Spain, a spokesman for the Spanish coastguard told reporters.