Although a majority of white Austrians voted for Hofer, the tens of thousands of votes from the nonwhite population pushed the communist/Green candidate over the finishing line.
The Brunnenmarkt district of Vienna, just one of the heavily nonwhite invader overrun areas of the city.
According to the Austrian government’s official statistics (Statistik Austria), in 2014 there were approximately 1.715 million people with an “immigration background” resident in Austria. This amounts to 20 percent of the population.
Of that number, approximately 1.254 million were born abroad, and a further 460,000 were born in Austria to “parents of foreign birth.”
Of the 1.715 million people with a “migration background,” Statistik Austria said, some 39 percent (672,000 people) came from another EU or EEA country—and therefore can be presumed to be of European extraction.
A further 29 percent, or 495,000 people, came from Yugoslavia’s successor states outside the EU (that is, other than Slovenia and Croatia), while at least 273,000 people, or 15 percent, had a “Turkish background.”
Finally, 17 percent, or 285,000 people, were from “other continents.” It can be presumed that a large number of this latter group are of non-European extraction.
There is dispute over the accuracy of the estimate of 273,000 Turks in Austria.
For example, a 2010 article in the Jewish Jüdische Allgemeine newspaper (complaining about Muslim anti-Semitism) said that there were already 400,000 Turks present in Austria—and that was six years ago.
In November 2010, the BBC also reported that there were “350,000 people of Turkish origin” living in Austria.
All of this means that the real number of Turks in that country is likely higher than the official figures, mainly because there is no scientific system of racial classification in any European nation.
In addition, there are significant communities of Chinese, Pakistanis, Arabs, and others who also live in Vienna and many of the other major cities, all of whom appear to have come outen masse for the communist/Green candidate.
This “ganging up” of the far left and a resident nonwhite population poses an electoral challenge not only in Austria, but in every Western European state which has been foolish enough to allow and encourage nonwhite immigration over the preceding decades.
With each passing year, the chances to win electorally will therefore grow correspondingly smaller, and it would seem that in Austria’s case in particular, the 2018 general elections might be that nation’s last chance.
* One example of the communist/Green Alexander van der Bellen’s supporters is the Iranian-origin “Austrian” rapper Nazar, who lost no time in posting a Facebook status picture of himself with Van der Bellen titled “Our new president” (Unser neuer Präsident).