January 16, 2018
This is actually a relatively small number, considering the resources and number of organizations the kikes and their minions have in their country, and in western Europe in general.
More than 20,000 people rallied on Saturday in Vienna against Austria’s new conservative-far right coalition over its hardline stances on immigration and social policy, police said.
Marchers descended on a central district housing several ministries to make known the views of a protesters’ “New Year welcome committee” for the administration of Chancellor Sebastian Kurz, who became the world’s youngest leader at 31 last month.
While police said 20,000 people marched, organisers claimed as many as 60,000 took to the streets to protest against the inclusion in the government of the anti-immigrant Freedom Party (FPÖ), which holds six cabinet portfolios, including that of the vice-chancellor, party leader Heinz-Christian Strache.
Those were clearly not 60K people. Might’ve been less than 20.
I think at this point, the majority of people in Austria have had it with the mud invasion, just like in most of Europe. In Austria, the “far-right” party just seems better organized than in most other western European countries. After all, they won.
“What I fear the most is that this type of government becomes the norm,” said one demonstrator, 55-year-old Christa, while Tobias Grettica, a 47-year-old German, said he was worried “to see nationalism making inroads everywhere, not just in Austria”.
Anna, 23, said she was protesting against “a government that wants to divide society, demonise minorities, erode women’s rights, devalue solidarity”.
I’m gonna guess these are all people who can afford to live away from diversity.
On a visit to France on Friday Kurz, whose country has the only government in Western Europe to feature the far right, appealed for understanding and insisted his team was “pro-European”.
The only way to be pro-European is to be against the EU, which is an institution run by kikes, pedophiles and cat ladies whose sole purpose is to flood Europe with as many non-Europeans as possible.
Kurz said nothing about leaving the EU so far.
But Saturday’s marchers brandished slogans drawing parallels with the 1938 annexation of Austria by Nazi Germany, one reading “those who tolerate Kurz and Strache would have applauded 1938”.
Other placards read “Resistance” and “Do not let the Nazis govern”.
Why is the Anschluss a bad thing?
Two countries overwhelmingly inhabited by the same people decided to unite into one country.
Why would anyone think that’s a bad thing?
The coalition is the second time Austria has seen the FPÖ, formed by former Nazis in the 1950s, enter the government fold after a first spell in 2000-2005. That first occasion brought widespread international opprobrium and a swathe of demonstrations at home.
The FPÖ has since softened its image.
Well at least they didn’t cuck too hard, or else there’d be less opposition to them.
FPÖ Interior Minister Herbert Kickl sparked an outcry Thursday by saying the government wants to “concentrate” asylum-seekers, employing a word widely associated with Nazi camps, prompting the opposition Green Party to warn against the “language of National Socialism creeping into our way of thinking and feeling”.
Strache also caused unease earlier this month by appearing to suggest that asylum-seekers should be kept in empty military barracks and subject to an evening curfew.
Caused “unease” in whom, exactly? The kikes flooding Europe with subhumans?
Because I seriously doubt most Austrians felt uneasy about their country being more livable again.
If the FPÖ becomes more radical, it will probably get more votes.
The tide is already turning.