Austrian Immigration Patriot Party Has Chance To Strike Back At Deep State Plotters—Can Americans?

Tuesday, September 24, 2019
By Paul Martin

Friedrich Zauner

This Sunday, September 29, for the second time in two years 6.4 million Austrians will vote a new parliament. The deep political crisis that triggered these new elections came after 17 months of the most popular government this tiny little country in the heart of Europe ever had. It was elected on an anti-immigration wave—and it was destroyed by the Deep State. Sound familiar, Americans?

In September 2017 the overwhelming majority of Austrians had voted for the centrist Peoples Party (ÖVP— Österreichische Volkspartei) and the right-wing Freedom Party (FPÖ— Freiheitliche Partei Österreichs), hoping for an immigration crack-down that would control the borders, stop illegal immigration and send back migrants not entitled to asylum. This revolution had been made possible by Sebastian Kurz, the new leader at the helm of the ÖVP. This very young (then 31) and smart former minister for foreign affairs led his party out of coalition with the socialist SPÖ— Sozialdemokratische Partei Österreichs. His party stopped observing the cordon sanitaire isolating the right-wing Freedom Party, a prohibition that has kept the right out of power in much of Europe. This decision to enter a coalition with FPÖ opened the way for an immigration patriot government. For the first time since 2007 a socialist chancellor had to hand over his office to a politician to his right.

Kurz and his vice chancellor, H.C. Strache of the FPÖ, agreed to a program of market reforms and modernization. And, still more important: Austria became the first of the founding European Union member states to adopt an anti-immigration policy similar to that of neighboring Hungary, much to the disgust of German Chancellor Angela Merkel and the EU bureaucrats. The conflict became visible when the Austrian government refused to ratify the United Nations “migration pact.”

Following the Austrian example, Italy took a similar turn a year later and anti-immigration parties everywhere in Europe advanced in national elections. There was real fear that a wave of populism would bury the Open Border strategy promoted by Angela Merkel and her European Union allies.

For Germany’s Merkel, the Austrian example was particularly dangerous because of growing dissent in her own party, the CDU—Christian Democratic Union of Germany) Kurz and his government showed that Merkel was wrong when she said there were no alternative to her policy.

This is the background necessary to understand the Deep State coup that put an end to the coalition between the ÖVP and the FPÖ.

On May 17 of this year, just a week before elections to the European parliament, two left-wing German newspapers, Der Spiegel and Süddeutsche Zeitung, published a video illegally recorded by hidden cameras in a luxurious villa on the Spanish island of Ibiza in 2017, a few weeks before the Austrian elections that brought the OV-FPO coalition to power. It showed H.C. Strache, then still the leader of the opposition, and his party colleague Johann Gudenus talking to a gorgeous blonde who had been introduced to them as the niece of a Russian oligarch eager to invest big money in Austria. (A presumably gorgeous blonde—her face is blurred in the image provided.)

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