58,600 Fake Refugees in January 2019: Invasion Increases Despite EU’s Denials
At least 58,600 nonwhite invaders pretending to be refugees landed in Europe during January 2019, a 21 percent increase over the previous month, making a mockery of recent claims by Frans Timmermans, the European commission’s first vice-president, that the “crisis” was over.
According to the latest nonwhite invasion figures provided by the European Asylum Support Office (EASO), “in the first month of 2019, some 58 600 applications for international protection were lodged in the EU, the second highest number in the past year.”
The report said that Syrians, Afghans and Iraqis “continued to lodge the most applications. These three nationalities together accounted for 23 percent of all applicants,” while “applicants from Pakistan and Venezuela represented an additional 9 percent.”
Significantly, “applications by nationals exempt from visa requirements when travelling to the Schengen area reached 13,646, a peak since the summer of 2015. Applicants from visa-exempt countries accounted for 24 percent of all applications in the EU.
“In this group, Venezuelans were the most prominent, and the largest increases took place for three Latin-American states: Venezuela, Colombia and Nicaragua. There were also notable increases for visa-liberalised countries from the EU neighbourhood, mostly for Albania, Moldova and Georgia.”
None of those last three states have any reason for their residents to “seek asylum,” and are almost all from the mixed-race of Gypsy elements of those societies seeking to parasite off the white welfare system of western Europe.
In addition to this, another 450,000 applications for “asylum” were “awaiting a first-instance decision at the end of January 2019,” the EASO report continued, adding that “this was the largest stock for a year. Just over half of all cases had been pending for longer than six months. The largest share was for nationals from Syria, followed by Venezuela and Afghanistan.”
At least 3 percent of all applications were lodged by self-claimed unaccompanied minors (UAMs), with the highest concentration of UAMs was among nationals of Vietnam and Sudan: one in ten applicants each, the EASO figures revealed.
Syrian nationals lodged 6,099 applications, up by 25 percent from December 2018—even as the last ISIS terrorist base is squashed, while Afghans (+ 13 percent) and Iraqis (+ 6 percent) also lodged increasing numbers of applications.
“Applicants from Afghanistan lodged considerably more applications than a year earlier in January 2018, confirming an upward trend that started in the second half of 2018.
“The largest increases took place for Venezuelans (+ 49 percent, and especially Nigerians (+ 57 percent) who were applying in reduced numbers in the second half of 2018 but in January 2019 lodged the most applications for the last six months.
“Somalis (+ 36 percent), Colombians (+ 42 percent) and Moroccans (+ 30 percent) also lodged many more applications in January,” the EASO report concluded.
Only last week, the European commission has declared the “migration crisis” was over, and “sharpened its attack” on what it said was “‘fake news’ and ‘misinformation’ about the issue.”
Frans Timmermans, the European commission’s first vice-president, said: “Europe is no longer experiencing the migration crisis we lived in 2015, but structural problems remain.”
Timmermans made the remarks after Hungarian prime minister Viktor Orbán tuned the nonwhite invasion of Europe into an election issue for the upcoming European Parliamentary elections.
Last month, the Hungarian government last month launched a poster campaign featuring the European commission president, Jean-Claude Juncker, and the Jewish promoter of the nonwhite invasion, George Soros, as team plotting to import even more Third Worlders into Europe.