Police in Austria arrested 22 Muslims from Chechnya, who were pretending to be refugees in Vienna, and seized a machine gun and two pistols in the process.
Local residents noticed the group on the city’s famous Danube Island, and alerted the police, who swooped on the crowd unexpectedly.
The large crowd immediately dispersed, and the police were only able to detain 22 of them.
On the spot, thrown down in the snow, police discovered the discarded weapons, along with a large knife.
All of the arrested are “refugees” from Chechnya, living off the welfare provided by the Austrian state.
Police spokesman Thomas Keiblinger told the Krone that when his “colleagues arrived at the site, the group immediately split up. Four to five men spoke directly to the police officers and told them that they were only going for a walk or to a wedding.”
The Austrian Interior Ministry denied that the incident was terrorist-related, saying that it was “linked to criminality among the Chechens” and a brewing violent dispute over the Chechen President Ramsan Achmatovich Kadyrov.Austrian Interior Minister Wolfgang Sobotka—one of those responsible for causing the mass nonwhite invasion in the first place—was indignant, telling the Krone that “It cannot be that asylum seekers, who are seeking protection in Austria and who have been given protection in Austria, should abuse the right to travel and become a threat to the population.”
“We must do everything we can to ensure that asylum seekers are not abused by criminals,” and that “rejected asylum seekers” are able to be deported more efficiently.
The rapidly increasing Muslim population of Vienna was dramatically reflected with the news that 25 percent (that is, 400 out of 1,600) of the soldiers who make up Vienna’s elite Guard unit (the Garde) are Muslims.
An army spokesman confirmed the huge increase in Muslim soldiers to the Krone newspaper,
saying that the main reason for the large increase was because the unit “now only recruits from the Vienna area, where more and more Muslims are living.”
The Vienna Garde, 2017. A promotional picture released on their official website.