UNHCR data confirms it: 75% of the so-called refugees arriving in Europe are MEN

Invasion of Europe news….

***Update*** November 17: this was a screenshot of the UNHCR percentages of men as of this date.  One of our lurkers has suggested we lied.  The percentage has fluctuated over time.

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We mentioned recently that it appears from some photos that the invaders of Europe are mostly fighting age young men.

The UN High Commissioner for Refugees does not tell us their ages, but does tell us that 75% are men. (Germans hide your daughters!)

Only 51% are Syrians, the rest are from all over the Middle East and Africa.

So, did the men abandon their women and children back home (in an unsafe country)?  What sort of men are these?

See the numbers from the horse’s mouth, here.  Hat tip: Mark

For our archive on the ‘Invasion of Europe’ going back several years, click here.

 

20 thoughts on “UNHCR data confirms it: 75% of the so-called refugees arriving in Europe are MEN

  1. Damn – here come the Irish and the Italians and they are men and women and children – oh yes, chief Seattle was not excited by the horrid of white guys from Norway, England, Germany etc. taking his native land – be afraid terribly afraid

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  2. Great article. But to my knowledge there is a part 2 to this plan. The UN also sponsors a family resettlement plan also that compliments the immigration program. Once they are in the desired country they can apply to gave their friends and family join them with the same benefits and status as a refugee. It is a sinister plan but one that could more than double the numbers.

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  3. Carl I Hagen former leader of the Norwegian Progress Party is the only person making sense in Norway. He maintains (as I do) that we should not accept any more refugees and only help them in countries that are close to the refugee’s homelands. Once they get into a Western country they never go back and now most of them are unashamedly saying that they will never go back. They have no shame, pride or sense of honour.

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