More than a Hungarian KTI dozen brethren and supporters travelled from Budapest to the Austrian capital of Vienna yesterday to hold a high profile mission to provide moral support for the female victims of Muslim refugee sex pests in Austria.
We’ll have some video footage very soon but, in the meantime, here are some photos and a short report:
We gathered in front of the Main Railway station (Hauptbahnhof Wien) and the central building of the University of Vienna. Due to a campaign against our proposed visit by liberals and leftists on Facebook we had some publicity, especially at the university. A lot of counterdemonstrators gathered, shouted and used harsh metallic music to try to stop us getting our messsage across.
Despite the opposition presence we were able to talk with many young women about the problem, warning them that pepper sprays and similar self-defence kit is increasingly necessary. We had wanted to give away cans of pepper spray as within Germany and Austria demand is now so high that they are very hard to get.
Unfortunately, the police would not allow us to bring pepper spray with us from Hungary, although they were very friendly to us and supportive of our message. Indeed, journalists kept asking them how could it happen that these foreigners (us from Hungary) received their approval to do the demonstrations in spite ofthe fact that foreigners are not entitled to organise political events in Austria.
Siding with the rapists: Far-leftists came out to protest against us and to try to stop us talking with and supporting women frightened by the Islamist threat
The Hungrian N1TV (belonging to the Jobbik party) and Gloria TV made interviews with us. In addition we ourselves had two cameramen who captured the event. That footage is now being edited.
We used the the flag of the Knights Templar International and distributed leflets in German. We also spoke with people about the link between the demographic gap which is used as an excuse for mass immigration by the liberals, and the abortion industry which has murdered so many unborn innocents.
We rang the bell in memory of all the victims of sex attacks and abortion.
Despite the presence of the far-left, the day passed off peacefully and we were well satisfied that we made our point and reassured at least some of the victims that, even though the mass media focussed overwhelmingly on events in Cologne (once they finally admitted that something had gone wrong) the suffering of the many victims in Austrian cities has not been and will not be forgotten.