The following brief TV news report from Austria is the only information I have about an anti-immigration action in Vienna, in which members of the Identitaire movement interrupted a play performed by refugees. It’s intriguing to consider a cast of “refugees” — How did the director choose the cast? Did he run background checks to determine whether a migrant was an actual refugee, and not an economic migrant? Or did anyone with a dark complexion and a foreign accent qualify?
|00:00||In the Audimax of Vienna the performance of the play|
|00:04||“Die Schutzbefohlenen” (“The protégés”) by Elfriede Jelinek was interrupted by an incident.|
|00:08||So far we do not have any documented material except via Twitter.|
|00:12||We received photos that we can show you. The play was performed by refugees|
|00:16||from Syria, Afghanistan and Iraq. While they were on the stage|
|00:20||about thirty members of the right-wing movement|
|00:24||“The Identitaires” stormed the stage, unfurled banners and splattered artificial|
|00:28||blood around. Spectators in the packed auditorium|
|00:32||pushed the identitaires out and alerted the police, who are now searching|
|00:36||for the troublemakers. After a short interruption, the refugees decided|
|00:40||to perform the piece to its completion.