Wednesday, October 28, 2015

705,200 Migrants Invaded Europe in 2015

by Daniel Greenfield 

And 2015 isn't over yet. This also doesn't count immigration. So the actual number of invaders would be far higher.
More than 700,000 refugees and migrants have reached Europe's Mediterranean shores so far this year, amid the continent's worst migration crisis since World War II, the UN refugee agency said Tuesday.
Taking into account arrivals in other European countries, the total number of people landing on the continent's shores was more than 705,200, the UN said.
More than half of this year's arrivals were from Syria, 18 percent from Afghanistan, and six percent from Iraq.
A total of 85 percent were from what the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) described as the world's 10 main refugee-producing countries.
Refugee production is a major export industry now for countries and cultures that have already wrecked themselves and not want to wreck the free world. Those countries also tend to be Muslim.


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