Surreal Video: Boatload Of Migrants STORM Beach Filled With Horrified Tourists

Surreal Video: Boatload Of Migrants STORM Beach Filled With Horrified Tourists

Invasion of Europe on full display… Videos from Cadiz, Spain, show a boatload of migrants storming a beach in the middle of the day as locals and tourists look on in horror. 

An estimated two dozen men, believed to be illegal migrants from Africa, arrived by boat on a Spanish beach and scattered among sunbathers.

Amateur video footage showed a black inflatable boat coming ashore in Cadiz, on the southern Spanish coast. As the boat pulled into shallow water, those on board leaped out and ran up the beach. One onlooker asked in an astonished voice, “What’s going on?”

Police claimed they were powerless to stop the beach drop, in Playa de los Alemanes, as a lack of resources meant only one officer was in the area at the time.

In the footage, the men can be seen running up the beech as confused tourists look on. Local reports said most of the men were Moroccan, although video footage taken by tourists appeared to show the majority of the men were sub-Saharan Africans. The whereabouts of the men is now unknown.

It comes after hundreds of African migrants stormed the Spanish border at Cueta a few days ago:

Westmonster warned that Spain was set to become the latest route for migrants desperately trying to get into Europe. The UN said Spain should prepare for a huge surge in migrant arrivals – 11,000 are expected this year.

Judging by the scenes in the last few days, 11,000 may be an understatement. Italy and Greece were brought to their knees by mass migration brought about by the EU’s ridiculous open border policy. Sadly, it looks like Spain is going to suffer the same fate, Westmonster reported.

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