Pubblicato in: Devoluzione socialismo, Unione Europea

Il respiro dell’Fpö sulla nuca rende gli austriaci intelligenti.

Giuseppe Sandro Mela.

2017-03-01.

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Sono molte le persone che hanno nutrito e continuano a nutrire idee abiette e contro natura: il tutto per trarne illeciti guadagni personali altrimenti impensabili.

Ma i socialisti ideologizzati raggiungono vette inenarrabili di abiezione.

Giuda Iscariota a loro confronto era un galantuomo di cui fidarsi ciecamente.

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E non stiamo mica calcando la mano.

Herr Wolfgang Sobotka, Ministro degli Interni austriaco, milita nell’Österreichische Volkspartei (ÖVP).

Ha sempre dichiarato idee che avrebbero un corrispettivo nostrano nei così detti catto-comunisti, più comunista che catto. Statalista di acciaio al carborundum, debito pubblico a gogò, rapporti contro natura benedetti, anche quelli con i trasformatori di alta tensione, ed infine, ovviamente, uno sviscerato amore dei migranti illegali.

L’Austria ha bisogno dei migranti illegali, più illegali che migranti, e tutti rigorosamente saraceni: questo era il suo urlo di battaglia. Sono gli austriaci ad esserci di troppo. Non gradiscono i migranti: bene, che se ne vadano altrove!

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Poi venne l’Fpö. Sola contro tutti seppe conquistarsi il 46.7% dei voti alle presidenziali, ponendo così una serissima ipoteca sui risultati delle elezioni politiche del prossimo anno.

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Herr Wolfgang Sobotka non ha fatto una grinza.

Ha semplicemente cambiato gualdrappa. Chi mai avrebbe potuto prevederlo? Chi mai?

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«Austria’s ruling coalition wants to implement a law which will let authorities stop providing food and accommodation to refugees whose asylum claims have been rejected»

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«Interior Minister Wolfgang Sobotka said that migrants who were denied asylum would either have to leave or face the consequences»

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«The first thing is basically that they don’t get anything from the Austrian state if they don’t have the right to stay here. Is that so hard to understand?»

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No, conveniamo, la cosa era semplicissima da capirsi.

Il problema era che Herr Wolfgang Sobotka non voleva saperne di capirla, fino a tanto che non si è sentito con il careghino che traballava.

Ed adesso dice con estrema naturalezza tutte quelle cose che fino a ieri lui bollava a fuoco come naziste, razziste, xenofobe, anti-islamiche, e, ovviamente, altamente omofobe.

Giuda Iscariota a suo confronto era un galantuomo di cui fidarsi ciecamente.


Deutsche Welle. 2017-02-28. Austria plans tougher measures against refused asylum seekers

Austria’s ruling coalition wants to implement a law which will let authorities stop providing food and accommodation to refugees whose asylum claims have been rejected. The UN has criticized the initiative.

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Speaking to reporters in the Austrian capital Vienna on Tuesday, Interior Minister Wolfgang Sobotka said that migrants who were denied asylum would either have to leave or face the consequences.

“The first thing is basically that they don’t get anything from the Austrian state if they don’t have the right to stay here. Is that so hard to understand?” Sobotka asked, adding that the bill would encourage refugees to leave the country on their own.

“That is a signal for people smugglers,” Defense Minister Hans Peter Doskozil told reporters.

According to Interior Minister Sobotka, 4,000 people who should have left the country were still receiving free services. If the law is passed, around 2,000 of these people would be affected.

The proposed law introduces penalties of between 5,000 and 15,000 euros ($5,300 and $15,900) for refugees who remain in Austria. Those refusing to leave could also be detained, as a final measure by the authorities. The maximum length of their detention would be expanded from 10 to 18 months. Furthermore, refugees not telling the truth about their identities could face fines of up to 5,000 euros or three weeks in jail.

UN criticism

Austria’s office of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) criticized the move saying the draft law was “highly questionable” and that lawmakers needed to think about agreeing to it.

Currently, refugees in Austria get free accommodation, food, access to medical treatment and 40 euros or $42.41 every month. Migrants with rejected asylum claims would have to forego these benefits if the draft bill were approved by parliament. Austria has mainly rejected applications from Afghan, Pakistani and Nigerian asylum seekers, according to its interior ministry.

Austria took in around 90,000 asylum seekers in 2015 when hundreds of thousands of people fleeing conflict and poverty in the Middle East and Africa poured into Europe. It has since tightened immigration laws – also intended at countering the rise of the far-right Freedom Party whose candidate came close to winning the presidential elections in 2016.

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