A total of 11,158 nonwhite invaders in Austria pretending to be refugees were arrested for violent assaults, drugs, thefts, and sexual assaults committed during the first six months of this year.
This works out to 1,859 per month, or 62 per day—and at this rate it is going to easily supersede last year’s record “asylum seeker” criminal spree, when 15,236 crimes were reported for the entire year.
The figures, obtained by the Austrian Freedom Party (FPÖ) after a Freedom of Information request and published in the Kronen Zeitung newspaper, revealed that most of the refugee-criminal crimes were committed in Vienna, where 4,967 of the nonwhites were arrested.
The nationalities of those arrested were listed as Afghanistan (2,317 suspects), Algeria (1,631), Iraq (560), Iran (481), Morocco (1,271), Nigeria (1265), and Syria (675).
In addition, 595 people giving their nationality as “Russian” were also arrested, but these are likely to be the Muslim mixed-race gangsters from the far south of Russia.
The crimes which are most common were listed by the Austrian Interior Ministry as follows: assault (1,678 suspects), public violence (311), dangerous threats (628), theft (2,481), robbery (117), rape (66), sexual harassment and public sexual acts (105), and drug-related offenses (3,228 suspects).
The Ministry of Interior also reported that there were 13 arrests among the invaders related to membership in terrorist groups, and a further two were arrested for “incitement to commit terrorist offenses.”
Most of those arrested claimed to be between the ages of 14 and 17, and 20 percent of the drug offenders were Afghans.
A separate report in the Kronen Zeitung revealed that at least 35,000 of the “refugees” in that country have already been granted “asylum” and there are currently some 119,000 Afghans, Syrians, Iraqis, Pakistanis, Nigerians, Somalis, and Algerians awaiting a decision.
Each of the 35,000 invaders who have been granted “asylum” now receive a cash handout of €837.76 euros per month, which by itself totals €29.3 million per month, or 351.9 million euros this year.
The Kronen Zeitung pointed out that this figure did not include expenditure on “basic services and minimum resources” such as health care, police, personnel costs for additional officials, and that this is likely to increase dramatically as the “family reunification” process kicks in.