Red Bull Boss Slams Mass Migration, Forced Multiculturalism in Europe

In a rare interview, Red Bull boss and Austria’s richest man Dietrich Mateschitz has slammed mass migration and political correctness, warning they threaten to destroy Europe’s true cultural diversity.

Speaking to Kleine Zeitung, the Formula 1 investor called the decision of key politicians to open the borders — which resulted in Europe’s migration crisis — “unpardonable”, noting that “if a company were to make mistakes on the same scale, it would have gone broke”.

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  • Reader

    I bet that will cost them tens or even hundreds of thousands of “progressive” customers who use Red Bull to get through long protests or riots.

    On the other hand it may endear them to their many millions of sane customers.

  • WalterBannon

    Its good to see a few of the elite finally have the courage to go on the record and say what we have been warning people about for several years now.

    For Europe, it is a big question-mark as to whether it can survive at this point, certainly not without drastic measures that include reversing the flow of migrants and mass repatriation. Do they have the will? I doubt it.

    As for over here on our side of the Atlantic, it will be a tough go as well but is much more doable as long as we stop all further Islamic migration, expel all who espouse the Islamist agenda and ban Islam.

    • V10_Rob

      Worth remembering that what we call ‘elites’ or ‘the rich’ are no more intellectually or politically homogeneous than any other strata of society. See attached photo of Columbia. Plenty of wealthy and powerful people who don’t want to be confined within walled, gilded compounds, venturing outside amongst the peasants only with armed security.

      They don’t want live in Somalia, or North Korea, or Venezuela any more than the rest of us, because they’re not sociopaths. Or maybe they ARE sociopaths, but their sense of self-preservation warns them that even if they would enjoy a privileged and pampered existence, isolated from the filthy rabble, it’s still a precarious and temporary state of affairs. What happens if they fall from globalist grace, and are exiled from the oasis? What if their fortunes take a hit, and they are reduced to being merely upper middle class (or worse), and no longer eligible to live in the safe neighborhoods?

    • V10_Rob

      Worth remembering that what we call ‘elites’ or ‘the rich’ are no more intellectually or politically homogeneous than any other strata of society. See attached photo of Columbia. Plenty of wealthy and powerful people who don’t want to be confined within walled, gilded compounds, venturing outside amongst the peasants only with armed security. They don’t want live in Somalia, or North Korea, or Venezuela any more than the rest of us, because they’re not sociopaths.

      Or maybe they ARE sociopaths, but their sense of self-preservation warns them that even if they would enjoy a privileged and pampered existence, isolated from the filthy rabble, it’s still a precarious and temporary state of affairs. What happens if they fall from globalist grace, and are exiled from the oasis? What if their fortunes take a hit, and they are reduced to being merely upper middle class (or worse), and no longer eligible to live in the safe neighborhoods? https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/505e0a0ffd1174cc8e949ca752f859ec2b0510877d1b1c725c56f011e51c4e96.jpg

  • Clink9

    I love it. Formula 1 team and culture warrior.