At least 56,976 nonwhites successfully invaded Europe during the 28 days of February 2019, all falsely claiming to be “refugees” despite none of them coming from a war zone, and crossing numerous “safe” countries on the way.
According to the latest invasion statistics released by the European Asylum Support Office (EASO), the February figure was about 1,900 less than in January, but “remained higher than the average over the past twelve months, and considerably higher than applications in February 2018 (46 000 applications).”
According to the EASO, most applications were lodged by nationals of Syria, Venezuela, Afghanistan, Iraq and Nigeria. These five citizenships together made up one third of all applicants in February.
While most citizenships lodged fewer applications than in previous months, nationals of many Latin-American countries continued to seek “international protection” in larger numbers, the EASO statement said.
Venezuela became the second main country of origin of applicants in the EU, with almost 4,000 applications (+51 percent from January).
With few first-instance decisions being issued, the number of Venezuelans awaiting a decision in the first instance also grew considerably and now stands at 33,800.
Colombian applications reached a record high in February with some 1,937 claims (+47 percent from January), more than tripling the number of applications compared to a year earlier, and becoming the tenth most common nationality of applicants for international protection in the EU.
The number of Nicaraguan applicants also increased substantially, from nine (9) in February 2018, to 616 in February 2019.
Nigerians also lodged increasing numbers of applications for the second consecutive month, following a drop in the latter months of 2018. Nigeria re-entered the top five of countries of origin for the first time since June 2018.
Some 3 percent of all applications were lodged by self-claimed unaccompanied minors (UAMs). The highest concentration of UAMs was among nationals of Vietnam, Eritrea and Egypt: one in ten applicants each.
The number of self-claimed UAMs among Gambian applicants, in contrast, was much reduced (about 7 percent of all applications they lodged in February), after being considerably higher throughout 2018.
None of these originating countries—not even Syria—are actually a war zone. In Syria, the last ISIS stronghold fell last month, and there is an effective truce between the last remaining US-UK-Israeli-backed “rebels” in Idlib and the legal Syrian government, so there is no excuse even for Syrians to be claiming asylum, or indeed even remaining in Europe.
The same applies to all the other nationalities involved, and when this fact is understood, it becomes clear that all that is happening is a mass nonwhite invasion of Europe and nothing else.
Unless this invasion is halted, and reversed, Europe will be completely overrun and the white race reduced first to a minority, and then ultimately completely physically exterminated in its ancestral homeland.