The two videos below contain “xenophobic” sentiments that used to be confined to the fringes in countries west of the Iron Curtain (although they have long been standard fare in the East Bloc).
The situation in Austria seems to have changed. The politicians in the videos below express similar sentiments about the violent criminality of culture-enrichers. One of them is even serving in the current governing coalition. And both of them uttered their WAYCIST statements on national television.
Many thanks to MissPiggy for the translations, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling.
The first video features Karoline Edtstadler, an Austrian politician for the ÖVP (Österreichische Volkspartei, Austrian People’s Party). She currently serves as State Secretary in the Ministry of the Interior:
Gerald Grosz is a former politician for the BZÖ (Alliance for the Future of Austria, Bündnis Zukunft Österreich), which splintered from the FPÖ about fifteen years ago, and served in a governing coalition with the ÖVP.
In the second clip Mr. Grosz decries what he calls the “caravan of violence” that has been brought to Europe with the wave of mass migration:
Video transcript #1:
|00:00||You all must be asking yourselves as well as we are: what’s going on?|
|00:03||Why is this happening? What are the reasons for this escalation of violence?|
|00:09||Well, let us have a look at these cases: The murder in Vienna’s Neustadt|
|00:14||was committed by a Syrian, the murder in Amtsketten by a man with Turkish roots,|
|00:19||the most recent murder at Vienna Central Station by a man with African roots.|
|00:24||And let’s not forget the tragic case in December 2018 in Steyr, where a 17-year-old Afghan|
|00:30||stabbed his 16-year-old friend in her own bedroom. Even the case two days ago in|
|00:37||Attnang-Puchheim — where a Kosovar stabbed his wife, who wanted to divorce him — speaks volumes.|
|00:44||We have to look very clearly here. We must not close our eyes to it. The migration flood in recent years has also|
|00:53||imported values to us — such as anti-Semitism, radical Islamism, and associated with that an image of women|
|01:02||that we clearly reject and that has nothing to do with our values. Yes, I say very clearly: It is more than that.|
|01:11||It is associated with the complete devaluation of women. A situation in which the subject becomes an object.|
|01:18||Where the man becomes the owner over a woman. This leads to more extreme and serious violent crimes|
|01:24||like the murders we have seen in recent days and weeks.
Video transcript #2:
|00:00||What’s wrong with the country? —I’m getting really tired of having to sit in TV studios to|
|00:07||discuss these murders. About these violent excesses. Since December we’ve been talking|
|00:14||about the 16-year-old girl from Steyr. In the past five weeks we have had to experience more than|
|00:20||six murders. Six murders exactly is the latest count. And then today, in the morning,|
|00:25||the newest case of a girl at the main train station. The day before yesterday in Wiener Neustadt.|
|00:29||We then sit in different discussion rounds and talk about weapon bans for all of Vienna.|
|00:33||About curfews. About total surveillance. About headscarf bans.|
|00:40||We pack everything into a newest adaptation of the repair legislation posthumously.|
|00:46||Another murder then immediately after a call for new laws. What we forget is, with every one of|
|00:54||these further multiplying cases, we will end up destroying our entire liberal constitutional state.|
|01:02||All because certain reality-denying tolerant people and do-gooders, like you, think that we|
|01:10||should integrate the non-integrable. That we should be tolerant toward the intolerable.|
|01:17||I’ll tell you what, I couldn’t care less. I don’t need new laws that restrict our freedom of expression,|
|01:22||restrict our rule of law, or our liberal democratic legal system. What we really need is that those|
|01:29||responsible for bringing this caravan of violence to Europe, finally see to it that it is transported|
|01:36||back to where it came from and good riddance. I don’t see why I should change my life, the social|
|01:41||structure I’m used to, change my way of life, change my existence and have to live in a|
|01:47||police state, because politicians are incapable of reversing the cause instead of treating the effects.