Slovakian village doesn’t want Austria’s Illegal Alien Invaders

Residents of the Slovakian village of Gabcikovo voted in a referendum on Sunday to reject the establishment of a temporary asylum camp to house 500 migrants bound for Austria under an agreement between Bratislava and Vienna.

About 97 percent of voters said yes to the question “Are you against the establishment of a temporary migrant camp in the building of the Slovak Technical University?”

According to Teodor Bodo, the head of the referendum’s electoral commission, 2,600 of Gabcikovo’s 4,300 adult residents participated in the vote, with only 102 in favour of hosting migrants.

Local authorities organised the consultation following a petition signed by 3,150 residents of Gabcikovo. The interior ministry warned however that the outcome of the consultation was not binding.

  • Millie_Woods

    So the decision of 96% of the voting population isn’t ‘binding’? Thats what democracy is in Europe, your vote only counts if you agree with your rulers. Does any thinking observer still believe the EU is anything but an evolution of the different forms of totalitarianism that have been stalking ‘the old continent’ for the last 100-plus years?

  • Really?

    Really? So if the Regime won’t listen to the people peacefully, then the only alternative is to force them to listen violently.

    You know what? Fuck peace anyway. Peace got us into this mess in the first place.

  • Brett_McS

    No referenda in Europe are ‘binding’. The ruling class will not be bound.

  • Petrilla

    So much for 96% of the people saying they don’t want it. What would be the percentage in the UK I wonder?

    • Raymond Cameron

      Probably about the same, and they would get the invaders in their village all the same.

  • pdxnag

    When it comes time for free Western nations to uniformly expel Muslim invaders bent on conquest and genocide will the expulsion itself — the self defense — be called genocide?

    (Any Muslim is of course free to reject Islam. It is not a DNA thing.)