According to statistics published by the United Nations’ International Organisation for Migration, over a thousand illegal immigrants breached Europe’s porous borders in the first week of 2018.
1,072 illegals arrived via land and sea from 1st-8th January of this year, whilst a further 81 perished en route.
It is a clear sign that the allure of Europe shows no sign of abating for those of the Third World, as the present level of illegal immigrants flowing into the continent is only negligibly lower than for the same period in 2017.
Of the early 2018 arrivals, 453 arrived through Italy, 449 through Greece and 170 through Spain.
It’s becoming common knowledge these days that those who “arrive through Italy and Greece” are, in reality, simply ferried to these countries from the North African coast. Indeed, as we have reported on numerous occasions, NGO vessels are operating a ferry service for migrants whose useless attempts at a dinghy sink a few nautical miles off the Libyan coast.
And these latest figures ominously exclude those who arrive via land, through the Spanish border with Morocco for instance, which has been known to be stormed by up to 50 Africans per day. Needless to say, the Spanish authorities do little to prevent such illegalities.
The migrant industry shows no sign of even slowing as we enter another new year, and that is despite clear messages emanating from the electorates of many a European nation that they do not want anymore illegal immigrants.
Governments in Hungary, Poland, Czech Republic, Denmark, Norway, and now Austria and even Great Britain, have signalled their unwillingness to accept any more Muslim immigrants from the Third World.
Yet still, this farcical merry-go-round continues, with NGOs and EU-sanctioned “search and rescue” vessels (where search and rescue means ferry service) persisting in their concerted attempts to import the Third World to Europe, often against the law or against direct decrees from their governing states.