Europe: Only 13% of Asylum Seekers in March from Syria
Only 13 percent of the 66,908 nonwhite invaders who demanded asylum in Europe in March 2017 claimed to be Syrians—a statistic which completely undermines the entire asylum racket’s claim to be offering shelter to “war refugees.”
According to the European Union’s official European Asylum Support Office (EASO) “Latest asylum trends–March 2017,” the 66,908 nonwhite invaders who claimed asylum in March this year “marked the first monthly increase since August 2016,” and compared to the previous month, “February 2017, the number of applications rose by 14 percent.”
At least 3 percent of the applicants “claimed to be unaccompanied minors (UAMs) when lodging an application,” and the largest shares of UAM applicants were accounted for by Afghan citizens (13 percent), closely followed by Gambian citizens (11 percent).
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