Austria’s Freedom Party (FPÖ) has laid out its election platform for the 2018 elections early, with party leader Heinz-Christian Strache calling for zero immigration, a ban on “fascistic” Islam, a…
Three Afghan invaders who pretended to be underage asylum seekers have been jailed by a Salzburg, Austria, court, after being found guilty of swindling the state out of more than…
Austrian police have identified six Afghan invaders pretending to be refugees and living in invader centers in the city, as some of the culprits for the sex attacks on white women during New Year’s Eve festivities in the city.
Police in Vienna will distribute 6,000 pocket alarm “rape whistles” to Austrian women on New Year’s Eve to try and prevent another mass nonwhite invader sex attack like that which occurred last year, the Interior Ministry has announced.
The 17th century house in Braunau-am-Inn, Austria, where Adolf Hitler was born, will not be demolished, and will instead continue to be used for a mental health charity as before, the Austrian government has announced. The building was recently ordered seized after a lengthy dispute with its owner, and earlier it had been decided to tear down the structure completely.
A new wave of nonwhite invader-refugee attacks upon whites has rocked Austria, and have included sex attacks and other assaults in Innsbruck, Mödling, and Kremsmuenster in Upper Austria. The ever-increasing refugee violence in Austria is expected to play a significant role in the outcome of the presidential election rerun set for December 4—in favor of the anti-invasion candidate, Norbert Hofer.
Angela Merkel is Europe’s most dangerous politician and her promotion of the mass Third World invasion has paved the way for a possible civil war in Europe, HC Strache, the leader of the Austrian Freedom Party (FPÖ), has said. Speaking to a crowd at the Epstein Palace in Vienna commemorating Austria’s National Day, Strache said that Merkel’s policies have been “criminal” and have put the whole of Europe at risk.
The infamous nonwhite invader child rapist-refugee who was jailed after raping a boy at an Austrian swimming pool in December 2015, after claiming that it was a “sexual emergency,” has had his sentence overturned because it was claimed that the court had not done enough to ascertain “whether or not the rapist had realized the child was saying no.”
At least 3,000 nonwhite invaders—the majority from sub-Saharan Africa—are still demanding “asylum” every month in Austria. 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 said.
The third of a series of trials of refugee-terrorists in Austria—all of whom came to Europe during the mass 2015 Angela Merkel “refugee” invasion—has started in the city of Salzburg. In the latest case, a 22-year-old nonwhite claiming to be a Syrian has been charged with serving with ISIS in Syria, and then coming to Europe pretending to be a refugee in 2015.
Five Afghan invaders pretending to be refugees in Austria have been arrested after using their taxpayer-funded welfare payments to set up an international drug ring. The leader of the gang used his €914 a month social security payment to pay for flights back to Kabul to set up the drug smuggling network, even though he claimed to have “fled” from Afghanistan in “fear of his life.”
The Austrian presidential election is likely to be postponed from October 2 to November 27 or December 4, after it emerged that there have once again been serious problems preparing postal ballots.
According to reports, the Freedom Party of Austria (FPÖ) has only agreed to a postponement if postal ballots are abolished completely—a demand that is unlikely to be met.
A total of 11,158 nonwhite invaders in Austria pretending to be refugees were arrested for violent assaults, drugs, thefts, and sexual assaults committed during the first six months of this year.
This works out to 1,859 per month, or 62 per day—and at this rate it is going to easily supersede last year’s record “asylum seeker” criminal spree, when 15,236 crimes were reported for the entire year.
Prosecutors in Austria have charged two more refugee-terrorists—a Moroccan and an Algerian—over their links to the November 2015 attack in Paris which killed 130 people.
They are accused of helping other nonwhites extradited to France earlier this year, all part of an ISIS attack team sent to Europe while posing as refugees.
The Austrian government pays nonwhite invader families more in cash handouts than what many working-class Austrians earn after tax in that country, an attempt to reduce the payments has revealed.
The “conservative”-controlled government of the state of Upper Austria has announced a “lowering” of the monthly cash handout it pays to nonwhite invaders from €914 (US $1,030) per month to a “mere” €520 (US $581) per month.
Austria’s anti-invasion Freedom Party (FPÖ) has officially launched its new presidential election campaign, choosing as its theme the slogans “Power needs control” and “Austria needs security” as its play to win the election set for October 2. The latest opinion poll—released yesterday—shows the FPÖ with a substantial 6 point lead over the opposing Green-communist candidate.
A Muslim “refugee” who worked as a preacher at an Islamic Center in Graz, Austria, has been sentenced to 20 years in jail for acting as a recruiter for other Muslims to join ISIS. Mirsad O.—also known as Ebu Tejma—was yesterday found guilty of membership in a terrorist organization and incitement to murder, assault, and terrorism.
Austria and Hungary face momentous electoral questions in October 2016: the former will hold a new presidential election campaign on October 2, while Hungary will hold a referendum on the European Union’s forced invader “redistribution program” on the same day. Both the votes can have far-reaching effects which will speed up the dissolution of the EU.
The Austrian Freedom Party’s Norbert Hofer—now once again in the running as his party’s presidential candidate following the annulment of the previous election—warned last week that a referendum on European Union membership, was a strong possibility if there was any “political centralization” and Turkish membership.
The Austrian Constitutional Court has annulled the federal presidential election because of 14 proven cases of voter fraud and ordered a rerun of the election. The announcement, made on Friday morning, means that the entire election will have to take place again, most likely within the next two months.