January 9, 2017
I’ve always been suspicious of these “first baby born on X day,” especially when we’re talking about countries with population in the millions. But I believe it here. These creatures breed like cockroaches, and I wouldn’t be surprised if the first 20 or so babies born in Austria were also these inbred vermin just like this one.
Their disgusting cuck president was overjoyed though, and made sure the invaders know that he’ll protect them from mean words on the internet from the people who’s blood and money they’re both sucking.
Austria’s president was forced to intervene yesterday after the first child to be born in the country in 2018 was subjected to a torrent of racist online abuse when it emerged the new-born’s parents were Muslim.
President Alexander Van der Bellen, a 73-year-old liberal green politician, pointedly issued his congratulations to the girl, who was named Asel after being born in the early hours of New Year’s Day in Vienna.
I would like to take this opportunity to remind you that this filthy race-traitor was elected because of women, or rather because men were insane enough to let them be manipulated by the kikes.
And when these dumb bitches get attacked by the subhumans they’re importing, they’re very shocked, like “OMG WHY ARE THESE PEOPLE WHO ALL LIVE IN HORRIBLE SHITHOLES TURNING WHERE I LIVE INTO A SHITHOLE?!?!?!!?”
“Oy vey, look at what the patriarchy is doing to you!”
“Welcome, Dear Asel!”, Mr Van der Bellen said in a Facebook post, before reminding those who left racist messages that“all men are born free and equal in dignity and rights”, and speaking out against “hatred and agitation”.
Asel Tamga was named “the first Viennese baby” of the year and her photo appeared in many local media outlets, with her mother wearing a hijab head-covering.
“Tamga” is a word of Mongolian/Turkic origin which means “seal” or “mark” and was (still is?) used by central Asian clans to denote ownership, usually as a cattle brand.
If I were just a little more paranoid than I already am, I wouldn’t think this is a coincidence.
Also that thing isn’t “Viennese,” it was just born in Vienna. If I were born in a forest, would that make me a chipmunk?
However the newborn girl was greeted not with good wishes, but hundreds of extreme Islamophobic comments posted to the Facebook page celebrating the birth.
“I’m hoping for a cot death,” one user wrote on Heute news site’s Facebook page, it reported. “Deport the scum immediately,” another said. Another netizen wrote: “Does the woman have cancer? Or why does she otherwise wear a headscarf?”
I agree with everything they said. That rape larva has no right to exist in White lands.
The outpouring of abuse came just two weeks after the far-Right Freedom Party (FPÖ) was invited to become the junior partner in Austria’s new government, numbering among just a handful of far-right parties to have won power in the EU.
The decision raised concerns across Europe about the resurgence of far-Right populism and led to thousands of protesters rallying in central Vienna against the new coalition government which is led by 31-year-old Sebastian Kurz of the Austrian People’s Party. (ÖVP) Among the banners were ones saying “Don’t let the Nazis govern”.
The FPÖ and People’s Party were elected on the promise of implementing stricter rules for asylum seekers, after immigration proved a major concern for Austrian voters. The Freedom Party was founded by members of the Nazi party after World War Two.
A step in the right direction, although these guys are just alt-lite, not real “Nazis.” They’re one of the most slavishly pro-kike parties in the world, although that’s not really helping them with anything.
No matter how much you cuck for the Jews, they’ll still hate you
So don’t get too excited over them.
Unlike the President, Mr Kurz and other members of the newly formed government, have kept quiet over racist comments made towards the infant.
Part of that is that they probably don’t want to alienate the people who voted for them.
The other part might be that they don’t want to look like morons by whining publicly about random posts on Facebook – seriously who does that?
One hostile message referred to the country’s new far-right interior minister, Herbert Kickl, saying he “is going to send you out of the country. He’s the man to do it.”
Well, he’s got the right name for the job, at least.
In response, Caritas, a Catholic charity that works with migrants and refugees, launched a campaign of support for the infant and her parents, Naime and Alper.
“It is a completely new dimension of online hate, targeting an innocent newborn,” said Klaus Schwertner, head of Caritas in Vienna. “That crosses a red line.”
Mr Schwertner said the Facebook page for the newborn, which had been taken down over the furore, should be reinstated. “We want to show that love is stronger than hate, on Facebook just as in real life,” he said.
Which love are you talking about? The one you and moslems share for 10-year boys’ assholes?
So tolerant… So progressive…
There is absolutely no argument for permitting these creatures to come to Europe, and there is no argument against removing them in as brutal a manner as possible.
We did it before, and we’ll do it again.