More than 5,000 Austrians took to the streets of Vienna today in response to a Freiheitliche Partei Österreichs (Freedom Party of Austria, FPÖ) call to protest against the nonwhite invader centers in the city.
According to a statement released on the FPÖ Vienna website, the “citizens of Vienna will no longer be shamelessly ignored.
“At today’s FPÖ rally, over 5,000 Viennese protested peacefully against the mass ‘asylum centers’ in the federal capital,” the statement said.
“The citizens have been expected to put up with the socio-political madness of the government’s botched asylum policies for months on end,” FPÖ leader Heinz-Christian Strache told the rally.
“Let us also not forget the almost daily violent attacks on our people being carried out by refugees and asylum seekers. On both social and financial levels, it is the Viennese people who must bear this burden, and they do not accept it.”
The rally was also addressed by Vienna’s Deputy Mayor, the FPÖ’s Johann Gudenus, who noted that the “red-green welcome culture” (meaning the ruling coalition between the Socialist Party of Austria and the Green Party) are the “culprits behind the security emergency which now faces Vienna.”
The head of the FPÖ in the Vienna suburb of Liesing, council representative Wolfgang Jung, revealed that the party had collected over 7,000 signatures against the invader center in that suburb.
Earlier, the Krone newspaper had revealed that official statistics from the Austrian Bundeskriminalamt (Federal Criminal Agency) had shown that fully half of all “asylum seekers” who invaded Austria from 2003 to 2014 had had criminal charges filed against them.
Most of these crimes were committed by invaders from Algeria (155 per 100 asylum applicants), Georgia (151), and Nigeria (129). The statistics did not include the 2015 year, when the vast majority of invaders arrived in Austria.