At least 3,000 nonwhite invaders—the majority from sub-Saharan Africa—are still demanding “asylum” every month in Austria—and the government claims there is no way to even deport those who have no claim to asylum status.
Up to 90 percent of the asylum seekers that have had their applications rejected in Austria still remain and cannot be deported, Austrian defense minister Hans Peter Doskozil told the Austria Press Agency.
“At the moment, it doesn’t make much difference whether someone gets a negative or positive decision on their asylum application, because we are unable to implement any decision in between 80 and 90 percent of cases,” Doskozil said.
The majority of such rejected applications come from the citizens of African countries, he added. According to the minister, the problem may even worsen as the population of Africa will “double by 2050,” and people will invariably continue to flee and arrive in Austria.
Doskozil’s speech was followed by a statement from Interior Minister Wolfgang Sobotka, who said that the majority of the asylum seekers don’t have the qualifications necessary to enter Austria’s labor market.
“We will have to live with this migration issue… maybe for years, or decades,” he added.
By the end of July, Austria had already received a total of 24,260 applications, an average of 3,000 per month. In September, Vienna threatened Hungary with “legal consequences” if it continued to refuse to take back refugees under the Dublin Accord — a treaty that stipulates that migrants must apply for asylum in the country through which they entered the EU.
In 2015, the EU parliament adopted a two-year emergency relocation scheme that listed the specific share of asylum seekers each of the bloc’s states was obligated to take in.
The Austrian Freedom Party (FPÖ), which, according to the latest opinion polls, is now the largest party in the country with 43 percent support (as opposed to the Socialist Party’s 27 percent and the conservative party’s 8 percent), is stridently opposed to this acceptance of the status quo.
FPÖ presidential candidate Norbert Hofer—still the favorite to win the December 4 rerun of the presidential election—has declared himself in favor of shipping all the “refugees” to a safe area in North Africa for processing.
This would imply a removal of all the nonwhite invaders currently in Austria—the only realistic policy which can save that country from being overrun.
A Hofer/FPÖ victory in December, and the possibility of an FPÖ government, would very likely place that country on a collision course with the European Union, and further fragment the EU’s position.