It’s no surprise that most of the terrorism and violent crimes Europe is currently experiencing is the result of mass Muslim migration. The continued importation of Muslim refugees is fundamentally changing Europe for the worse, making it a dangerous place to live. In Austria, police have even created a special task force to locate rapists inside refugee campus after a group of Muslim refugees sexually assaulted numerous women on New Year’s Eve.
In fact, crimes committed by asylum seekers in Austria doubled in 2016.
When was the last time you saw a report about Christians and Jews beheading, torturing, executing, and burning people alive on tape? When was the last time you saw a report about Christians and Jews organizing in groups to sexually assault young women, like Muslim migrants have continued to do in Austria and Germany?
Yeah, me neither.
BREITBART, January 6, 2017
Upper Austria’s chief of police has spoken out on the nature of the terror threat and rising crime in his central European nation, detailing the extent of operations his officers have undertaken since the Islamist attack on a Christmas market in neighbouring Germany in December.
Revealing his force presently fields some 3,649 active police officers, Upper Austria police chief Andreas Pilsl said in the days following the Berlin attack, in which 12 died, officers stormed 704 migrant homes across Austria. During the raids, the chief said some 15 individuals were particularly “prominent” targets for his officers.
Remarking in an interview with Austria’s Kurier that crimes by asylum seekers had doubled in 2016, chief Pilsl said of the nature of the suspects: “We don’t want to gloss over anything, but we don’t want to be overly dramatic. I even dare to say it is Muslims who stand out most as suspects, this must be allowed”.
For the actions being taken to monitor migrant centres, the senior officer said: “[Non-governmental organisations] and neighbourhood operators have become partners through the KLM [an alliance of Austrian organisations involved in running migration centres], we want to know what is going on in these areas, we have installed our liason officers, and the system has proved its worth.”