Europol Report Blows Lid on Extent and Impact of Third World Immigration Invasion
A newly-released report from the European Police Office (Europol) has revealed that at least 900,000 illegal immigrants from the Third World enter the EU every year and that 350,000 legal visitors overstay their visas each year — and that the continent faces major criminal threats from this invasion force.
The Europol report, submitted to the EU’s Standing Committee on operational cooperation on internal security (COSI), which can be found here, was drawn up in May this year but was only released to the public last week.
According to that report, most “threats to the internal security of the EU either originate outside Europe or have a clear nexus to other parts of the world.”
By way of illustration, the EU report states, all “heroin and cocaine consumed in Europe, for example, is trafficked here from a different continent.
“So, too, in the case of the estimated 900,000 illegal migrants entering the EU each year, while Colombian, Nigerian, Russian, Albanian, Turkish, and other non-EU groups have important roles in organised crime activity in the region.”
In addition, the report goes on, at least 350,000 visa overstayers were detected in 2008 alone.
This massive influx has seen “European citizens and businesses increasingly exposed to systematic violence and corruption at the hands of organised crime groups, terrorist groups, and, increasingly, street gangs,” the Europol report states.
“West Africa’s strategic position between Latin America and the EU is increasingly exploited by cocaine and synthetic drug traffickers, assisted by an increasing flow of licit commodities between West Africa and the EU.
“Nigerian organised crime groups are active in the EU, particularly in terms of organised fraud and trafficking of human beings for sexual exploitation,” the Europol report continues.
“East Africa, specifically the Horn of Africa, is increasingly a transit region for Afghan heroin. North Africa (Morocco), meanwhile, continues to be the most prolific
supplier of cannabis resin to the EU and acts as a distribution centre for counterfeit Euros.”
The report makes specific mention of the problem posed by already resident Third World nationals in Europe.
“The risk of illegal migration by North, East and West African nationals to the EU remains high, due to geographical proximity, wide economic disparities compared to the EU and sizeable communities already established in several Member States,” it states.
“North and West Africa have emerged as significant feeder regions for the South West criminal hub around the Iberian Peninsula.
“This hub is a key distribution centre for cocaine, cannabis products, trafficking in human beings and illegal migration to markets including the North West criminal hub, located in The Netherlands and Belgium.”
The report continues: “Suspects of Turkish ethnicity based in this [North Western] hub and those in contact with Turkish trafficking groups dominate the wholesale of heroin through the Netherlands.
“Moroccan groups in Belgium and The Netherlands move cannabis products from Morocco through Spain to the North West criminal hub for distribution to EU markets.”
The report also makes mention of the growing problem of cannabis factories in Europe, caused directly by Third World immigration: “Meanwhile, indoor cultivation of cannabis by Vietnamese and other groups is increasing, with an impact on the availability of cannabis products in the EU, which has a market of 22.5 million users.
“This in turn encourages illegal migration and trafficking in human beings (THB): illegal Vietnamese and Chinese immigrants and Bulgarian trafficking victims required to pay for their transportation and upkeep are often put to work tending cannabis plantations.”
After discussing the extent of the problem caused by the use of forged documents and fraudulently obtained documents which it says are “indispensable facilitators for illegal migration, trafficking in human beings (THB), stolen vehicle trafficking, identity fraud and terrorism,” the report also points out that “fraudulent claims of those nationalities granted asylum by Member States are made in order to benefit from EU residency.
“Forged documents, particularly EU passports and ID cards, which are used to cross the external border illegally, are subsequently used in association with other criminal activities or types of fraud, such as the abuse of social benefits,” the Europol report states.
“With biometric security features becoming more common in travel documents, there is growing abuse of documentation by impostors.”
“The impact on society of organised crime activity channelled to the EU from these external sources” is described by Europol as “significant.”
According to the report, these Third World origin criminal activities have created “4 million cocaine users and up to 1.5 million problematic opioid users in the EU.
“Exposure to drugs-related problems in particular has been identified as a major source of fear of street crime, with just under 30% of EU citizens feeling unsafe on the street after dark,” the report states.
In its conclusion, the Europol report is blunt about the causes of this nightmare: “The internal security of the EU faces a substantial threat from organised crime, terrorism, and illegal migration,” Europol states.
The evidence is startlingly clear: Third World immigration and the open borders policy pursued by the Conservative Party, the Labour Party and their ideological allies across Europe have had a devastating impact on the security and well-being of the people of Europe.