At least 3.5 million Third Worlders have invaded Europe since 2013 pretending to be refugees—a number which is greater than the populations of Luxembourg, Cyprus, Estonia, Latvia, Slovenia, and Lithuania.
According to a press release issued by the European Commission, a total of 1,204,300 fakers pretending to be refugees lodged “first time asylum claims” in 2016.
This figure, the statement said, was “slightly down” from the invasion statistics of 2015.
In 2015, the European Union’s official statistical bureau, Eurostat, reported that a total of 1,325,000 invaders had landed in Europe from the Third World.
This means that in the four year period from 2013 to 2016, at least 3.5 million Third Worlders invaded Europe, swindling their way in to take advantage of liberal European welfare and “asylum” rules.
The extent of the fraudulent nature of this “asylum” racket becomes clear when it is considered that every single one of these invaders crossed multiple safe countries before reaching Europe’s borders, and therefore long since lost any claim to be “fleeing” for their lives.