Austrians Describe ‘Feeling Like Foreigners’ in Their Own Country

Chris Tomlinson – Breibart May 5, 2019

Hundreds of regular Austrian citizens expressed to a national newspaper their views on migration, with some saying they felt like foreigners in their own country.

The comments flooded in, partly in reaction to populist Vice Chancellor Heinz-Christian Strache commenting on the concept of “population replacement” and in response to an opinion article in Austria’s largest newspaper Kronen Zeitung that agreed that demographic changes are a reality but which criticised Strache’s term for being a “conspiracy.”

Kronen Zeitung republished some of the “hundreds” of responses they received to the column with many readers saying they felt that mass migration had changed Austria to the point where some felt highly alienated.

“The mood in our condominium has deteriorated so much that we (65 and 68) are ready to move away to finally be able to live in peace again,” one comment read, while another lamented the trend of foreigners not learning the German language.

“In our elementary school out of consideration for foreign cultures no more excursions are made, the diet is adapted to religious wishes, the violence of the foreign elementary school boys is frightening,” one said, while another observed, “Foreign-language parents with their children do not bother to speak our language.”

In at least two Austrian classrooms as of 2017, there are not only a majority of migrant-background pupils but no native Austrians at all and few, if any, speak German.

The year before in 2016, an Austrian teacher spoke out about what she labelled a “lost generation” of migrant-background children due to the fact many, despite being born in Austria, had not learnt German before entering school, limiting their educational and future job prospects.

“On the streets, in the public transport and the municipal buildings: We feel like foreigners in our home,” another Kronen Zeitung reader said.

The Austrian newspaper’s readers are not the only ones to express feelings of alienation due to mass migration. In the United States, the Washington Post revealed that working class people were also feeling isolated and alienated due to the lack of English-speakers in their workplaces as a result of mass migration.



3 responses to “Austrians Describe ‘Feeling Like Foreigners’ in Their Own Country”

  1. Adolf Hitler had several high level spies in the jewish hirearchy,
    Hitler warned us what would happen if we did not listen to him
    and i hate to say it but how right the man was.

  2. To every action there is a reaction, and the reaction in this case must be strong, unwavering, and severe. This program of the destabilization of countries and cultures by way of unregulated mass migration must stop, as many of the migrants only bring the baggage of the socio-economic dysfunctions from which they are trying to flee. In other words, if the people from the shit-holes, who typically didn’t lift a finger to improve the condition of said shit-holes, just move en masse to someplace else, then EVERY place eventually becomes a shit-hole. Just look at blacks in America; only about 5% have been able to truly assimilate and become truly productive and valued members of society, and the rest are just niggers and a constant drain on society.

    Not only do many of the migrants need to be driven back into the sea, but the planners and moving forces of such treachery need to be impoverished, thrown into the streets, flogged mercilessly, rolled in pig shit and salt, and nailed to trees.

  3. I live in Dublin. When I go into the city, the main st called O’Connell Street is full of immigrants, none of them speak English. I’d say about 80% are immigrants in the city. I feel like the immigrant even though I’ve lived here all my life. Ireland is on the road to ruin. The Irish are a slave race thanks to centuries of English /Roman iimperialism.