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Deportations Up 36% in Austria

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Deportations are up 36% in Austria amid an immigration overall spearheaded by populist leaders. The deportations were triggered by a recent spate of violent crimes caused by migrants, including the random stabbing of a Vienna family by an Afghan migrant. Additionally, the number of asylum applications has fallen and over 2000 migrants have voluntarily left Austria. “I’m convinced that the solution... 

Austria: Mosques Shut, Imams Expelled as Govt. Moves against “Political Islam”

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The Austrian government has announced the closure of at least seven mosques and has started procedures to expel 53 imams as part of its previously-announced policy to crack down on “political Islam”—and which is likely to lead to more Muslims leaving the central European state. According to an official statement on the website of the Austrian Federal Government, the “first decisions have been... 

Austria to Cut Welfare for Non-German Speaking Foreigners, Refugees

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Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz’s government has taken a tougher stance on asylum-seekers and refugees in a bid to halt the migration flow into the country. Austria’s right-wing coalition has announced its modified plans to cut benefit payments for foreigners, including asylum-seekers, who don’t speak German for five years. “The fundamental rule we will introduce is that German will become... 

Austrian Chancellor: “Station EU Troops in Africa” to Halt Invasion

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European Union border guards should be stationed in North Africa to prevent nonwhites from even crossing the Mediterranean Sea in the first place, Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz has demanded. Speaking in an interview with the German Welt am Sonntag newspaper, Kurz—who is in a formal alliance with the anti-invasion Freedom Party of Austria (FPÖ)—said the EU’s Frontex border control agents... 

Austria's Resurgent Right Gains From Disillusionment with EU

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As Austria’s new right-wing government takes office, editor-in-chief of the Austrian magazine “Frank & Frei” Werner Reichel tells Sputnik Deutschland why the left is going through a period of unpopularity in the Alpine nation. Not one but two crucial elections took place in Austria over the past 12 months, Werner Reichel, the editor of Viennese economic, political and lifestyle... 

No More EU “Migrant Distribution” for Austria

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Austria has officially announced that it will not accept any Third World invaders pretending to be refugees into its territory in terms of the European Union’s “migrant distribution quota” system. Speaking in an interview published in the Bild newspaper in Germany, Sebastian Kurz, Austria’s new chancellor, said that “refugees” should be helped in their own countries rather than being encouraged... 

Austria set to become Hungary 2.0 as new coalition Nationalist government finally ready

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While the German SPD and CSU parties are struggling to form a new grand coalition during tough negotiations, Austria has already successfully formed its new government despite the fact that Vienna held its parliamentary election three weeks after Berlin. Thirty-one-year-old Sebastian Kurz will be sworn in as chancellor on Monday after his People’s Party (OVP) reached a consensus with Heinz-Christian... 

Good News from Austria: OVP and FPO form Coalition Government

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Finally! Some good news in all of this darkness and horror where the world is going nuts with total leftism! Finally the right is making some progress. Even if its just a small insignificant country, its still better than nothing, at least nationalists now have a refuge where to go to if they are oppressed by leftists or sick of all the multicultural utopia with non-whites. Austria’s anti-invasion... 

Right-Wing Conservative party wins elections in Austria

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Young conservative star Sebastian Kurz is on track to become Austria‘s next leader, projections of Sunday’s parliamentary election result showed, but his party is far short of a majority and likely to seek a coalition with the resurgent far right. By taking a hard line on immigration that left little daylight between him and the far-right Freedom Party (FPO), 31-year old Foreign Minister Kurz... 
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