December 5, 2015
“Life’s a riot with haji vs. haji.” -lyric from the EU national anthem
Monkeys gonna monk.
Twenty-five young refugees have been arrested after a fight on Thursday evening in a camp for asylum seekers in Styria.
A group of young male refugees – all aged under 18 – got into a fist fight and then began attacking each other with wooden boards and stones. Three were injured, with broken noses, and had to be treated in hospital.
Thirteen police patrols were called to the camp to bring the situation under control.
Inspector Franz Moisi said that the young refugees were mainly from different Afghan ethnic groups.
Fleeing the brutal civil war in Afghanistan.
The fight occurred at around 10.45pm at a former hardware store on the outskirts of Leoben, which has been turned into a temporary shelter for asylum seekers. Around 300 unaccompanied minors are currently housed there, along with a further 123 people who are mostly families.
The police said they separated the rival groups and took families with young children to a safe area.
25 youths aged between 16 and 17 are now in custody, where they are being questioned with the help of a translator.
Leoben’s Mayor Kurt Wallner (SPÖ) wrote an open letter to Interior Minister Johanna Mikl-Leitner on Friday, saying that he had been against “such inhuman mass accommodation shelters” since day one. He said it was a “powder keg” which must be defused, and that he needed reinforcements for the local police force.
He added that he could not solve the problem alone, and that legally the mayor is not responsible for maintaining security in the city. “This can’t continue. The number of refugees in the centre must be lowered dramatically,” he wrote.
He said that many locals had told him they no longer felt safe in the city.
What right do Europeans have to feel safe in their own cities, after they gassed all those innocent and vulnerable Christ-killing kikes 70 years ago?