Wednesday, 2 April 2014






A 37-year-old man from Ghana left a trail of devastation - as reported - at the weekend in Vienna's Stephansdom. The asylum seeker is also suspected of raging in three other churches in the capital and having destroyed numerous statues, baptismal fonts and crucifixes. 
...In November of the previous year, the 37-year-old reached Austrian soil and made an application for asylum. The man from Ghana was originally housed in Traiskirchen, but he didn't stay long there: on 1st January the man showed his exceptional aggressiveness for the first time, threatened a care worked with a stone and finally beat him unconscious. He was then thrown out of the asylum home.

With the words "Down with your statues, you are all unbelievers" he pushed the statue of the Saint Judas Thaddäus from its base in the Stephansdom on Saturday night. Cathedral staff and witness of the act were then able to finally overpower the raging man. But the state prosecutor released him again.
Source: Krone.at
The suspect who is said to have damaged artefacts in Vienna churches on Tuesday admitted his actions in five cases. "He admits it fully, but had provided confusing information about his motive. The man indicated that 'God had ordered him'," explained police spokesman Roman Hahslinger on Tuesday evening. The 37-year-old said that in his view human beings were not allowed to create holy images.
Source: DiePresse.com

19 comments:

  1. Send him the hell home!

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    1. send him home? Hell no .. let him meet his 'maker' .. him and all of that deserttrash of Muslims/Islamics that rampage outside of their own country

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  2. Execute this disrespectful POS

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  3. That's why their country is wrecked.

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  4. Question, what would the Saudis do, find out and do likewise.

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  5. Send him home see if he smashes stuff up where he comes from and gets away with. Why are people so soft on offenders?

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  6. I agree with all the above comments. How dare he seek and accept asylum and then behave this way! Coward, scum!

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  7. Stone him. Isnt that what they do in their country. Australian government really need to stop them now before its to late.

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  8. Push him over break him them leave the cunt there to suffer.

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  9. In my opinion, bigotry in any form is reason for immediate expulsion from a society you are part of or are expecting to be integrated into.

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  10. But you've just expressed bigotry yourself, in the form of intolerance for other people's opinions. So should you be expelled from the society you are a part of?

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    1. If a person goes to your country Cheradinine Zakalwe and destroys your precious artifacts, of course they should be expelled. He is not a part of the society he was destroying. Get your facts straight.

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    2. That's the key. He's alien. The previous poster was implying that anyone who expressed any form of what he called "bigotry", which I am sure referred to any kind of "prejudice" against Muslims, brown people or aliens, should be expelled from their own society.

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    3. Intolerance for those committing bigotry, muslims or/ AND aliens, in a foreign, mostly Christian country. Foreigners have got to behave themselves if they want to immigrate. Otherwise, I say, kick 'em the f*** out to where they came from.

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  11. His application for asylum should be rejected. He has shown that he is a violent criminal and there are enough of those running around already. If going back to Ghana means persecution or death for him, then so be it. When you're trying to convince the government of another country to allow you to resettle there, you don't do stupid crap like this.

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  12. A people that permits this does not deserve to survive and will not survive.

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  13. why do they hate us so much ? We are tolerant of them !
    They want us dead

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