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4000 African Invaders land in Spain in One Week

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At least 4,000—and likely many more—African invaders have landed in Spain since November 9, with 461 arriving at the southern port of Cartagena on Saturday after being “rescued” from 44 different boats over the previous twelve hours, and another 40 found on two boats in the Straits of Gibraltar.

According to the latest statistics provided by the International Organization for Migration (IOM), for the period November 9 to 15, a total of 3,261 invaders landed in Spain—a dramatic 292 percent increase on the previous week (November 2 to 8), when “only” 832 invaded Europe via that route.

Spain has now become the preferred route to invading Europe after the crypto-communist fake “charities” were halting from acting a free taxi services to Italy.

The invaders have now decided to focus on the shorter crossing route into Spain after their free transport services have stopped, and this has resulted in a steady increase in the invasion numbers across the Straits of Gibraltar.

According to the IOM, so far this year some 17,687 nonwhites have invaded Spain by sea this year in total—which means that more than 20 percent have landed in the last week alone.

A further 5.473 have invaded Spain by land, bringing the total this year so far to 23,160. For all of 2016, “only” 13,246 landed in Spain, according to IOM figures.

The 461 fake refugees who landed this past Saturday were on boats reportedly launched from Algeria, and they were “rescued” by the Navy, and the Guardia Civil police—and tended to by the Red Cross, media reported.

Francisco Bernabe, the Spanish representative in the region of Murcia, was quoted by media as saying that the invasion was a “coordinated and unacceptable attack on our borders.”

Other media reported that the number of invaders plucked from the sea was as high a 600, with patrols intercepting more than 110 Africans in the Alboran Sea, between Morocco and Spain’s Andalusian coast.


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