A Beacon in a Storm of Islam and Liberalism: Sebastian Kurz


Dateline, Vienna, Austria – 2017: There is a new kid on the block in Europe, one who quietly assumed his post and works in persistent ways to ensure Europe gets the protection it needs from Islam and the encroaching invasions of Muslim immigrants in search of their profitable human rights in the West. This means that there is still hope for a fighting chance to be had in Europe against the foul breath of Islam heaving fitfully in Europe’s face. His name is Sebastian Kurz, and he is an Austrian (a man of ancient German heritage) who takes issue with the abuses of the system that the Muslims in the West get away with because of decades of permissive policies by the Left. The 31-year old Austrian foreign minister who seeks to run for the presidency of Austria as its possible youngest chancellor is a maverick conservative politician interested in reforming the policies of Austria and the EU towards a greater security for the European peoples and their traditional culture. He recognizes Islam as an ideological enemy and makes statements as well as acts in that vein (seeking to reduce Islam’s reach into Europe). For some time now, he has been praising and supporting the Serbs publicly, praising their role as Europe’s guardians of the gate and seeking to help them fight-off the threat from Islam. Earlier in the year, Sebastian went on a fact-finding trip to Macedonia to inspect her borders and make recommendations to the EU for greater border security including the threat of Muslim “refugees”.

Kurz’s party, Austrian People’s Party (ÖVP), is an extremely complex organization, dependent on municipal and regional bodies. It defeated the far-right party in prior elections. Kurz consolidated the decision-making functions under the party leader, namely, himself. That’s not to say he’s given himself extreme powers, but it has given him a bigger say over who runs for the ÖVP at the national election. In the past six months, Kurz has taken power of his conservative party and pushed for a snap election in October, 2017 (which was then approved by parliament). He has also replaced the ÖVP on the ballot with the “Sebastian Kurz List.” And he has a momentum in Austria’s closed political world. Will he win a national office this month?

Muslims in Europe have already taken note of the young defender of Europe’s values and ideas, and treat him with alarm and disdain in their press, especially in the neighboring Balkans where the anxious article below appeared in Balkan Muslim press. Muslims see Mr. Kurz as the epitome of the ebullient new right in Europe which is a threat to their long-term encroachment with their bid for a takeover of Europe.

Dangerous policy of Minister Kurz: “Serbia is the anchor of stability in the Balkans, and Muslims are the source of danger and radicalism”

The tweets-loving Austrian Foreign Minister Sebastian Kurz is known for his aggressive approach to Muslims and Islam. This young Austrian politician is building a career by spreading hatred towards Muslims. His statements are known in which he criticized the construction of mosques in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The Islamic Community in Bosnia (“BiH”) was forced to react repeatedly and deny the lies made up by Minister Kurz on Islam and Muslims. Kurz has carried out a new attack on Muslims in our country over recent days by fabricating information that Saudi Arabia and Turkey are paying Muslims in the Balkans to cover themselves. This policy of the Austrian foreign minister was especially addressed to the Republic of Srpska (an entity inside the Bosnian Confederation) and Serbia itself. Bosnian Serb prime minister Dodik considers such comments priceless for his Serb cause. Sebastian Kurz does not hide his enthusiasm for Serbs. For him, Serbs are strategic partners and an anchor of stability in the Balkans. He did not hide the enthusiasm and words of praise during the recent visit of Serbia’s prime minister Aleksandar Vucic to Vienna.

Vucic in Vienna was told by Kurz: You are the anchor of stability in the Balkans, and Austria will help Serbia protect her borders. The minister of foreign affairs of Austria, Sebastian Kurz, congratulated today the prime minister of Serbia, Aleksandar Vucic, on his electoral victory for the post of the new Serbian government’s leader, while quipping that the president of the Serbian government is “an anchor of stability in the Balkans.”

We as Muslims of Bosnia hope that this policy is only a manifestation of the personal commitment of Minister Sebastian Kurz and that Austria as a country does not plot a course of enmity towards Muslims in the Balkans. For Austria or anyone else to join in an alliance with the Serbs and Croats by taking the view that Muslims are dangerous radicals will cause great harm to everyone in our region, and also in Europe.

Sebastian Kurz



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