Exacerbated no doubt by the fact that Austria is rapidly filling up with them:
A new survey has revealed a significant potential for conflicts between Austrians and foreigners, particularly Muslims.
A poll by the Centre for Future Studies of Salzburg’s FH higher education college shows that 53 per cent of Austrians considered the change that existing difficulties in the coexistence of themselves and immigrants could worsen as “very high”.
Around 45 per cent of interviewed Austrians said the same considering Christians and Muslims while 31 per cent were of the same opinion as far as the situation between rich and poor was regarded.
More than 1,000 Austrians aged 15 and older were questioned for the study which comes shortly after People’s Party (ÖVP) Interior Minister Johanna Mikl-Leitner said police and prosecutors recorded 580 breaches of law with xenophobic, far-right, racist, anti-Semitic and islamophobic background last year. The minister declared that this was an increase of 28 per cent compared to 2009.
It has to be seen whether the poll’s results will have any impact on the government’s attempts to create more understanding for each other among Austrians and foreigners. The coalition of Social Democrats (SPÖ) and the conservative ÖVP presented Sebastian Kurz as the country’s first state secretary for integration in April.
The people of Europe are, a handful of lunatics aside, fair and tolerant people – a little too tolerant, some might say.
Yet any time any one of us questions the wisdom of mass immigration (the unasked-for importation of millions of people – often from third-world and/or Islamic countries with completely alien cultures to ours) they are immediately labelled a ‘racist’ or an ‘Islamophobe’ and the conversation is thus closed down.
But is it really racist or ‘Islamophobic™’ (whatever that means) to question this madness?
To make matter worse, whether it be a supermarket employee refusing to touch bottles of alcohol or medical students refusing to treat patients with STDs, for example), terrorism, ‘honour crimes’ or protests about armed forces involved in military conflicts in Islamic countries; Muslims ceaselessly protest our lack of ‘sensitivity’ to their views on just about everything – insisting we adopt their customs and laws instead of what should be happening, i.e. the exact opposite.
There are literally thousands of examples of this kind of vexatious behaviour from the Muslim community all over the developed world, while similar examples from other immigrants are always comparatively rare.
Worse, Our political élites play a double game with us – forever harping on about how they are, or intend to, ‘keep immigration under control’, whilst doing the opposite, increasing it still further – and hoping we don’t notice.
Vienna is already approaching 10% Muslim. Is it any wonder that a large proportion of Austrians are fearful of conflict in this situation? The same survey applied in any other Western European country would almost certainly produce similar, or worse results.
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