164,424 Fake Refugees Invade Europe So Far this Year

At least 164,424 nonwhites pretending to be “refugees” have invaded Europe so far this year, with the majority arriving by sea, figures released by the United Nation’s International Organization for Migration (IOM) have shown.

(New Observer Online)

The IOM said in its latest weekly update that, as of November 8, 2017, 155,856 invaders had landed by sea, and a further8,568 by land.

In 2016, the total number of fake refugees who invaded Europe land demanding that the whites feed them and given them shelter, stood at 387,895, the figures showed.

For the week 2–8 November, 2,798 landed in Italy, 1,004 in Greece, 37 in Bulgaria, and 693 in Spain, making the total for that week 4,708.

This was a 168 percent increase on the previous week (26 October–1 November, when “only” 312 landed in Italy, 629 in Greece, 2 in Bulgaria, and 777 in Spain.

The main nationalities of the invaders, in descendant order, per region, were as follows:

To Italy: Nigeria, Guinea, Bangladesh, Ivory Coast, Mali.

To Greece: the Syrian Arab Republic, Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, the Republic of the Congo.

To Bulgaria: Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iraq, the Syrian Arab Republic, Iran/Turkey.

In the period from November 2 to 8, 176 invaders also landed in Cyprus, the IOM continued. This represents a 418 percent increase from the previous period from 26 October to 1 November when “only” 34 invaders were registered.

In the period from November 2 to 8, 15 invaders were registered in Hungary, a 21 percent decrease from the previous period when 19 were registered, the IOM said.

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