Nonwhite invaders from 45 Third World Countries Demand “Asylum” at US Southern Border
Nonwhite invaders pretending to be refugees from 45 nations across the globe have demanded “asylum” in America this year so far, marking a dramatic uptick in the Third World invasion of the US as they continue to flee their own self-destroyed states.
According to a news release by the US Customs and Border Patrol (CBP), Del Rio Sector Border Patrol agents have apprehended invaders “from over 45 countries around the world,” and during one of the most recent incidents, Border Patrol agents found Haitians, South American, and African nationals.
Another CBP statement said that the Del Rio Sector “has seen a dramatic rise in the number of arrests of illegal immigrants from African countries.”
“The introduction of this new population places additional burdens on processing stations, to include language and cultural differences,” said Del Rio Sector Chief Patrol Agent Raul L. Ortiz. Since May 30, more than 500 people from the continent of Africa have been arrested by the U.S. Border Patrol in Del Rio Sector.
Agents have encountered immigrants from Africa crossing the Rio Grande River in multiple separate events, including one group of over 100 individuals. These groups are primarily made up of family units from the Republic of the Congo, the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Angola.
Del Rio Sector’s total apprehensions to date this year are in excess of 33,000, already more than double the total number of arrests made during the previous fiscal year. More than 27,000 of the individuals arrested this year, over 80 percent, are from approximately 38 countries other than Mexico.
On June 1, agents performing line watch operations arrested a group of 37 Africans from the Republic of the Congo and the Democratic Republic of the Congo, after they illegally entered the United States by crossing the Rio Grande River. The group was composed almost entirely of family units, including several small children.
The first large group of African invaders were arrested at the end of May, when agents assigned to the Del Rio Station apprehended a large group of 116 at around 10:30 p.m. on May 31.
This invasion was the first large group apprehended from Africa - including nationals from Angola, Cameroon and Congo - apprehended on the Southwest border this year.
Although pro-invasion controlled media claims these Africans are “refugees from violence,” the reality is that all have crossed dozens of safe countries and even the Atlantic Ocean by airliner - a trip which costs thousands of dollars - in order to demand that whites in America take them in.
Even the “violence” which they claim to be fleeing is simply normal endemic life in Africa, and it is obvious to all but the willingly-blind that this invasion merely forms part of a greater desire by nonwhites to seek out white-created prosperity because they are unable to create it for themselves.
The flaw in their plan, of course, lies in the fact that once enough nonwhites occupy white lands, then whites will disappear as a dominant force in those territories, and the “prosperity” which the nonwhites seek will vanish along with the whites.
Earlier in June this year, the CBP released the agency’s May 2019 migration statistics, which revealed that the fiscal year to date (FYTD) enforcement actions on the Southwest border reached 676,315, up 99 percent over last year at this time.
Total apprehensions on the Southwest border by the U.S. Border Patrol (USBP) reached 593,507. In the previous seven years, the highest fiscal year total of apprehensions was 479, 371 in 2014 – which U.S. Border Patrol has already exceeded by 24 percent through May of this year.
In May, USBP made 132,887 apprehensions on the Southwest border. The previous high total of apprehensions on the Southwest border for May over the past seven years was 60,683, occurring in 2014, which is less than half of this May’s apprehensions. CBP has seen an increase in all key areas of apprehension at and between ports of entry, including Unaccompanied Alien Children (UAC); Family Units (FMUA); and Single Adults.
While each key category has seen an increase, the percentage of UAC and Family Units also continues to rise. UACs and FMUAs represent 66 percent of all Southwest border apprehensions for FYTD 2019. For the month of May, they represented 72 percent of all Southwest border apprehensions.
The impacts of the crisis to legitimate trade and travel cannot be overstated. CBP has moved over 700 CBP Officers from ports of entry to assist USBP with processing the surge of migrants being apprehended. The reassignment of officers from the ports of entry to the USBP facilities comes with consequences. Pedestrian, passenger vehicle, and commercial trucks trying to cross the border are experiencing uncharacteristically long delays. Some ports of entry have been forced to close some travel lanes and curtail some weekend cargo processing hours.
* Some websites recently claimed that the Africans are bringing Ebola with them. While it is accurate that many of the invaders originate from regions currently suffering an Ebola outbreak, there have been to date no confirmed cases crossing the US’s southern border.