Nine nonwhite invaders claiming to be refugees were arrested this past weekend in Austria for a gang rape in Vienna of a German woman on New Year’s Day.
The delay in arresting the criminals is thought to be a deliberate attempt to withhold the news during the earlier presidential elections.
Part of the nonwhite invasion force lands at Vienna’s main railway station.
The subsequent overturning of the election results and the ordering of a rerun has however sabotaged those plans, and the shock news is likely to influence voters in favor of the anti-invasion FPÖ candidate, Norbert Hofer.
The nine Iraqi invaders arrested in Vienna and two other provinces over the weekend are aged between 21 and 47 years, a police spokesman said.
All have either applied for, or been granted, asylum.
The arrests were made after DNA evidence and CCTV camera footage was used to build a case against the nine.
The woman filed the complaint on January 1 but it took nearly eight months of what Austrian police claimed was a “protracted and difficult” investigation before the arrests were made.
Vienna police spokesman Paul Eidenberger said that there was “no doubt about the gang rape according to the biological traces.”
The nonwhites met the woman on Vienna’s central Schwedenplatz, drugged her, and then assaulted her in an apartment where two of the attackers lived, between the hours of 2 a.m. and 6 a.m.
Austria has had over 100,000 nonwhite invaders claim “asylum” in that country during 2015—a record high, and proportionately, one of the highest in Europe.
There have been numerous examples of sex attacks by the invaders on women and children in Austria already, including brutal homosexual attacks on little boys at public swimming baths.
The sex attacks played a large role in boosting the FPÖ’s vote during the presidential election campaign, which it only lost after highly irregular “postal votes” were countered.
News of the mass rape attack in Vienna, combined with ongoing refugee-terrorist attacks and other criminal activities by the nonwhite invaders, is expected to push even more Austrian voters into the FPÖ camp.
To try and counter this swing, the ruling Austrian government has instituted a raft of measures to try and slow down the invasion.
All these measures are, of course, cosmetic in nature, because the nonwhite invasion will only stop once Austria’s borders and closed and sealed by military force.
Furthermore, the government has done nothing to address the fact that the already-present nonwhite invasion force needs to be deported forthwith, and thus attacks such as the newly-announced Vienna incident can be expected to continue.