Communist thugs behaved so savagely today in the Austrian border town of Spielfeld, attacking innocent passersby with planks and damaging more than one hundred vehicles, that one of their leading local supporters, Green Party councilor Lisa Rücker, publicly condemned them saying that she was “deeply ashamed” that she had even been there.
Spielfeld is one of the main crossing points into Austria used by thousands of nonwhite invaders every day who are still pouring into that country on their way to parasite off western European taxpayers.
The town has been the focus of regular peaceful anti-invasion demonstrations for the past few weeks by the Austrian branch of the Identity movement (Identitäre Bewegung Österreich).
The masked communist gangsters were in Spielfeld to supposedly counter demonstrate against today’s one thousand strong Identity movement protest, but, after refusing to obey police instructions, went to a nearby street where they thought the Identity movement supporters’ cars were parked.
There they proceeded to severely damage them at random, smashing out windows, breaking mirrors, and extensively scratching paintwork.
A large number of the damaged vehicles belonged to local people, who had nothing to do with the Identity protest.
Not satisfied with this, the communists then went to the Spielfeld station where they physically attacked totally innocent passersby with wooden stakes pulled out of fences in the area. A large number of people suffered injuries in these random terroristic attacks.
According to a statement issued by the Identity movement leaders on their Facebook page, they were forbidden by police from protecting their cars.
“Neither our border or the property of Austrians can apparently be protected these days,” the statement said, adding that it was not the fault of the police, who were only following orders.
“The authorities [in the local government] forbid for our cars to be guarded in order to prevent us identifying the extremist leftists,” the statement said, promising they would nonetheless follow up on all available possibilities to find out exactly who the thugs were.
“The leftist extremists, backed by the press, tried to deny us our freedom of speech, and when that did not work, they sought to intimidate us. They had no success! The day was a disaster for them and a triumph for all Austrian patriots, and we assure everyone that we will be back again next time,” the statement concluded.
Rücker, the Green Party councilor who initially supported the counter demonstrators, was quoted in the Kleine Zeitung newspaper as saying that she was “disappointed and deeply ashamed” that she was even there. “I and some other people had come to make a peaceful protest . . . especially after the attacks in Paris, when it was important for us to show solidarity with the refugees. We reject any type of violence and dissociate ourselves in the strongest terms from all those who do not keep to the rules of a democratic state and who today have clearly gone too far,” she said.