Only one-third of all the nonwhites who claimed “asylum” in Europe in 2015 and 2016 actually came from Syria and Iraq—with two-thirds coming from other Third World countries which are not at war and have no business even pretending to be “refugees,” new digital tracking data has shown.
According to a report from the Pew Research Center, invaders from Syria and Iraq made up a combined 38 percent of the 1.3 million nonwhites who entered in 2015 and applied for “asylum,” and only 37 percent of the 1.2 million first-time “asylum” applications in 2016.
Most of these claiming to be Syrian and Iraqi “refugees” during this period crossed from Turkey to Greece by sea, before continuing on to their final destinations in Europe.
This means that of the 2,500,000 invaders who entered Europe during those two years, only 938,000 claimed to be Syrians or Iraqis “fleeing war”—and that 1,562,000 were not from those countries.
The Pew Research Center report said its findings were based upon a “digital tracking” system created by the smartphones which the invaders carry.
These cellphones are used to “communicate with family that may have stayed behind, and to help search for border crossings, find useful information about their journey or search for details about their destination,” the report said.
“The digital footprints left by online searches can provide insight into the movement” of the invaders as they “transit between countries and settle in new locations.”
The report went on to say that since most the invaders from Syria and Iraq “speak Arabic as their native, if not only, language, it is possible to identify key moments in their migration by examining trends in internet searches conducted in Turkey using Arabic, as opposed to the dominant Turkic languages in that country.”
“For example,” the report said, “Turkey-based searches for the word “Greece” in Arabic closely mirror 2015 and 2016 fluctuations in the number of refugees crossing the Aegean Sea to Greece.
“The searches also provide a window into how migrants planned to move across borders — for example, the search term ‘Greece’ was often combined with ‘smuggler.’ In addition, an hourly analysis of searches in Turkey shows spikes in the search term “Greece” during early morning hours, a typical time for migrants making their way across the Mediterranean.”
The Pew Research Report accepted as fact claims by the European Union that all those who have claimed to be from Syria and Iraq are actually nationals of those nations. As has been repeatedly shown, this is not the case, and the chaos created by the US, UK and EU-backed terrorist uprising in Syria has seen the wide proliferation of fake ad manufactured Syrian identity documents being used by all manner of Arabic speakers to falsely claim citizenship of that nation.
Furthermore, there is also no genuine reason for anyone to have actually fled Syria or Iraq either. In both those states, the majority of the territory is under peaceful government control, and many hundreds of thousands of those displaced by the fighting have simply moved to government controlled areas.
There is therefore, no justification even for Syrians and Iraqis to claim “asylum” anywhere else, and certainly not to claim it in Europe after passing through several other states before even reaching the borders of the European Union.