Fake Refugee Nonwhite Invasion of Europe tops 7 Million since 2006


Over seven million nonwhite invaders pretending to be refugees landed in Europe between 2006 and 2018 - equivalent to a country the size of Bulgaria moving to western Europe, figures from the European Union’s European Asylum Support Office (EASO) have revealed.
According to the latest “EASO EU+ asylum trends 2018 overview,” in 2018, at least 634,700 “applications for international protection” were received within the borders of the European Union.
The previous year’s tallies, as provided by the EASO’s archived “asylum” statistics, are as follows:
2006: 197,400 invaders.
2007: 222,600 invaders.
2008: 225,200 invaders.
2009: 263,800 invaders.
2010: 259,400 invaders.
2011: 309,000 invaders.
2012: 335,300 invaders.
2013: 431,100 invaders.
2014: 627,000 invaders.
2015: 1,322,800 invaders.
2016: 1,260,900 invaders.
2017: 704,600 invaders.
These figures, when added to the 2018 totals, means that there have been exactly 7,095,190 invaders who have registered as “asylum seekers” in Europe since 2006—a figure which does not, of course, include illegals.
The 2018 EASO report said that about four percent of all the applications in 2018 were from “self-claimed unaccompanied minors (UAMs)” and “citizenships of origin” with a “high concentration of UAMs” included Gambia and Vietnam—an indication of the nature of the mass nonwhite invasion of Europe taking place from all over the globe.
The top ten countries of origin for 2018 were Syria, Afghanistan, Iraq, Pakistan, Iran, Nigeria, Turkey, Venezuela, Albania and Georgia.
The report goes on to list the latest visa application status reports—but these are irrelevant because no Western European state currently has the political willpower to deport these millions of freelaoders, even if their applications are rejected.
It is clear that this mass nonwhite invasion is steadily speeding up, and unless halted and reversed, will completely overrun Western European within the next ten or fifteen years, and turn that region into a replica of Africa, Asia, and the Middle East.

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