Asylum for Terrorists in Austria

This news story from Russia Today highlights a problem that is becoming more and more critical all across Western Europe. “Asylum seekers” show up in record numbers to claim refugee status, knowing that their chances of being sent home (unless they are Christians) are slim.

The report below focuses on the case of an alleged Chechen terrorist — with no hands, yet! — who was granted refugee status in Austria. Now he has been arrested as part of a massive Islamic terror plot:

Hat tip: LN.

6 thoughts on “Asylum for Terrorists in Austria

  1. Asylum laws and Refugee conventions are a complete sham. They are over applied 99 out of 100 times.

    Best to get rid of them and start afresh.

  2. lbertarian —

    Gates of Vienna’s rules about comments require that they be civil, temperate, on-topic, and show decorum. Your comment violated the last of these rules. We keep a PG-13 blog, and exclude foul language, explicit descriptions, and epithets. This is why I deleted your comment.

    Use of asterisks is an appropriate alternative.


    lbertarian said…

    Russia Today is not a reputable news source. This guy’s entire crime may consist in being Kadyrov’s competitor for power or failing to sign over his business to a crony of Kadyrov’s.
    Having said that, I wouldnt want to live next to sommeone who might kill me for looking at his wife the wrong way and whose children are apt to throw [offal] into kaffir’s backyard.

  3. The asylum laws in the west have been perverted by the left to the point that just about the only people who can’t get asylum are the ones who need it. And the ones who do get it are people who should be in the pen.

  4. Baron:
    yes, by all means feel free to remove the offending four-letter word. for a moment I forgot i was not in LJ any more.
    on the other hand, “offals”? maybe “slops”.

  5. I wonder what Ewald Stadler has to say about this. I don’t speak German, so I don’t know whether he has addressed this issue. The laws need to be changed, not only in Austria, but everywhere.

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