A total of 5,138,383 nonwhites pretending to be “refugees” have invaded Europe from 2011 to 2017 - a number greater than the entire 2018 population of Norway, latest figures from the European Unions’ European Asylum Support Office (EASO) have revealed.
The EASO’s “Latest Asylum Trends” report, released on February 1, 2018, said that there had been 706,913 “asylum applications” in Europe during 2017.
In 2016, the EASO reported that 1.3 million applications for international protection were made in the EU, and in 2015, 1.4 million applications were lodged.
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In 2014, 660,000 applications for “asylum” were lodged in Europe, and in 2013, 431,000 applications were lodged. In 2012, the EASO reported, some 335,365 applications were lodged, and 303,105 in 2011.
The EASO was only established in 2010, and does not provide figures for that year or earlier.
Added together, the 5,138,383 Third Worlders are more than the current population of Norway (5,194,000), and of Ireland (4,630,000). In addition, that figure is larger than a number of smaller European states all added together, and 10 times larger than the entire population of Luxembourg.
According to the EASO figures, those claiming to be “Syrians” are still the highest number of invaders, followed by those claiming to be Iraqis and Afghans.
Sub-Saharan Africans from Nigeria now however make up the fourth largest number of fake refugees, and other nationalities represented in the top ten include Pakistan, Eritrea, Bangladesh, Guinea and Iran.
Other noteworthy increases in 2017 were recorded for Venezuelans (+ 158 %), Turks (+ 45 %), Georgians (+ 35 %) and Ivoirians (+ 24 %), the EASO report added.
All of these “asylum” applications are fake.
The definition of a “refugee” is, according to the official United Nations definition, as contained in the 1951 Refugee Convention:
“a person who is outside his or her country of nationality or habitual residence; has a well-founded fear of being persecuted because of his or her race, religion, nationality, membership of a particular social group or political opinion; and is unable or unwilling to avail him—or herself of the protection of that country, or to return there, for fear of persecution.” (Article 1A(2)).
It is obvious that all of the so-called “refugees” do not qualify for asylum in any sense:
–They are not being persecuted because of their race, religion, nationality, membership of a particular social group or political opinion;
–They are able and willing to avail themselves of the protection of their home nations—because even Syria is largely under peaceful government control; and
–They are easily able to return to their home without fear of persecution.
Meanwhile, a further 5,747 nonwhite invaders landed in Europe from January 1 to 28, 2018—a rate of 205 per day, the International Organization for Migration has reported.
Of this number, 5,502 landed by sea—mostly courtesy of the Italian coast guard, assisted by some reactivated pro-invasion “charity” ships, and another 245 invaded Europe by land, the IOM figures revealed.
The ongoing invasion means that Western Europe’s timeline for swamping by the Third World grows ever shorter by the day, and is now likely to be counted within two decades—unless the trend is halted and reversed.