“The Concept of Comprehensive Border Control”. This is the name of a paper sent to the Ministry of Interior from 2015. The content is explosive: It was virtually impossible to implement comprehensive border controls, analyzes the signatories – then State Police Director Hans-Peter Doskozil (SPO). The conditions he described were hidden from the population. So far …
The website “Fais ohne Boden” publishes the letter, which even after eight years leaves you speechless and which no longer makes any sense.
“In fact, if refugees want to cross the Austrian-Hungarian border due to migratory pressure, the rejection is not enforceable from the point of view of proportionality and is legally highly questionable since the people affected are all refugees,” it says there. . A dedication. According to the document, Austria’s border could not be defended even by the federal army. Literally: “Detention (Green Border): The approximately 400 km Green Border cannot be adequately secured (in the sense of proportionality) despite heavy deployment of federal troops.
The government led by Chancellor Werner Faymann (SPO) and his then deputy Reinhold Mitterlehner (OVP) therefore agreed to hide the extent of the influx of asylum seekers from the population: “Forecasts about a possible growth in the number of asylum applications were deliberately not Have been installed.”
FoB also quotes precise figures from the “concept” to the beginning of the refugee crisis. “Since the introduction of border controls from September 16, 2015 to October 1, 2015, a total of 99,104 UAF (“refugees”) have crossed the border from Hungary to Austria (mostly via Nickelsdorf).” Within four weeks, “about 178,000 refugees crossed the border at Nickelsdorf from Hungary.”
Particularly explosive: While Austrians were expecting war refugees, women and children at train stations, the government knew who was actually coming: “These are not just Syrian war refugees, but also various (sometimes hostile ) are refugees of all ethnicities, origins and motivations for entry.” The report also says: “The scenarios described above have so far been tolerated to prevent major riots and direct orders and immediate (futile) use of coercive power (Hungary example: water cannons and other means of use proved useless) Occurred, route changes with known consequences!).