on eXXpressTV Viennese FPÖ leader Dominik Knapp has demanded that radical anti-Israel demonstrations glorifying Hamas terror and calling for the destruction of the state should be banned altogether, like in Hungary. “Otherwise conflicts are inevitable.” Politics should take preventive action here. Those who do not comply will face arrest and deportation.
Such displays are particularly annoying during the Christmas season at StephansPlatz, Knapp stressed in a TV conversation with eXXpress editor-in-chief Richard Schmidt. A general demonstration restriction zone would be conceivable here – “but Mayor Michael Ludwig (SPÖ) and Interior Minister Gerhard Karner (ÖVP) refused”.
As it turned out recently, officially 200 dangerous people live in Austria, a large part of which is in Vienna. “The roof is on fire,” warned Knapp. “They are just waiting for an order, just like the terrorist act happened three years ago. They must be immediately expelled from the country and deported.” Every day, friendly foreign services warn Austria about domestic threats based, among other things, on intercepted chats.
Now all mosque associations should be investigated. “The state must ultimately take preventive action.” Some mosque associations are front organizations for terrorist groups. The people responsible should also be locked up there and taken out of the country. The following applies: “The best Islamist is the one who comes out of Vienna to hell.”
The FPÖ leader also harshly dragged Mayor Ludwig to court. With rising fees and rents, the Viennese SPO is now taking an average of 3,500 euros more out of every household’s pocket. The reason was increased rents at Wien Energy, district heating and municipal buildings. All fees and fares will have to be reduced to 2020 levels. “This will be a real relief of 3,500 euros per year.”
At the same time, Vienna will have a debt of four billion euros in the next two years and by 2029 Vienna will have to bear an incredible 20 billion euros of new debt. “Vienna is going bankrupt.” Therefore, Vienna has to save money. Where? “Of the four billion euros of debt, two billion euros are due to minimum security. This means that a billion euros a year are paid to minimum security recipients – and thus 600 to 700 million euros are paid to non-citizens.” This should be changed to: “Minimum security aims at It is meant to be a safety net for serious attacks, but it cannot feed everyone who comes across the border. We can use this money for relief and education system.
Freedom Party’s poll numbers are very good at the moment. But the president of the Viennese FPO emphasizes: “We still have a lot of work to do!”