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One Third Of ‘Asylum Seekers’ In Capital Are Criminals

The new statistics reveal that of 21,000 official asylum seekers who were living in capital city Vienna at the end of 2015, nearly one third — 6,403 — are criminals.

OLIVER JJ LANE reporting for Breitbart: ‘Asylum seekers’ make up a significant amount of criminals in the Austrian capital Vienna, with more and more people turning to crime every month. Nearly one-third of all newcomers are considered guilty of at least some sort of crime reports Austria’s Kronen Zeitung.

Of that third, majority are young men, the number of which increased by 72 percent last year. Criminality among the youngest immigrants in society is so widespread that even children, sometimes below seven years old, make it into the statistic.

These are the people who didn’t want to pursue a life in Germany and Sweden (high-benefit paying countries) any further, finding their safe haven in Austria, but for some reason, soon after, they have decided to turn to crime.

The new statistics reveal that of 21,000 official asylum seekers who were living in capital city Vienna at the end of 2015, nearly one-third — 6,403 — are criminals. The figure resembles an increase of 46.6 percent from 2014 figures.

This, however, is not the first time something like this happens on the European soil. Vienna now resembles Germany, where officials have concluded that sudden rise in criminal activity is directly linked to the arrival of new groups of migrants. For example, in today’s Germany, burglary shows the highest ratings in decades.

This kind of statistic has been a topic of heated discussions for a long time, ever since migration came into full force. It has been openly criticized from both ends of the political spectrum in almost any country that had to deal with such a problem.

In migrant-crime blighted city Cologne, there has been a significant increase in sex crimes in the past year. The annual carnival saw a 266 per cent increase in sex attacks with many attributed directly to men of “southern appearance” — German slang for African — in attacks coming just weeks after over 1,000 individuals were robbed, assaulted, and raped over New Year’s Eve by criminal migrant gangs.

By Stefan Paraber for GIA

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