At least 30 percent of all nonwhite invaders pretending to be refugees in Vienna, Austria, have now been arrested for criminal offenses—including at least seven aged under the age of ten, police in the city have announced.
The figures were contained in a report in the Austrian Krone Zeitung dealing with the fact that the invaders each get monthly welfare payments in Vienna of €914 (US $1,028) per month.
According to the Krone Zeitung, there are already 22,000 “recognized refugees and asylum seekers in Vienna”—and this figure is set to increase because the welfare payments in the capital city are higher than in the rest of the country.
However, the police statistics were buried in the article. The Interior Ministry—which oversees the police—told the Krone Zeitung that 30 percent of all invaders in the capital had been arrested for crimes last year.
The police figures also revealed that some 6,503 invaders had been arrested last year. This amounts to a third of the 22,000 “recognized refugees.”
Even more “alarming,” the Krone Zeitung said, was the fact that the number of criminals among “young asylum seekers”—that is, those aged 20 and under, had increased by 72 percent.
“Even seven refugee children under nine were delinquent,” the newspaper added.
The paper went on to quote city politicians warning that the huge welfare payments to invaders in Vienna was likely to result in more than 90 percent of all “asylum seekers” in Austria eventually descending on the capital in search of the most money.
In Upper Austria, for example, the welfare payments given to invaders is substantially less—€365 per month—and with more than €400 extra in cash waiting for them in Vienna, the city is bracing itself for a mass influx from cities such as Linz and elsewhere.
An earlier report revealed that the city of Vienna had already spent €544 million on welfare payments for the invaders in 2015—an increase of 26.3 percent on the previous year.
Throughout Austria, welfare handouts to the nonwhites amounted to approximately €870 million.
Last year alone, 90,000 “asylum applications” were opened in Austria, most of them in Vienna. Some 64,000 decisions are still pending.
The welfare payments given to the fake refugees are on a par with unemployment benefits paid to jobless Austrian nationals—except that payments for Austrians are usually stopped after a year, whereas the nonwhite invader payments are indefinite.