Vladimir Putin called out Western Europeans this week at a conference on multi-ethnic issues.
Apparently it was in response to the assertion that Russia can ‘learn’ from Europe on questions of immigration, human rights, and diversity.
Here is the video:
His comments are in response to the Austrian Supreme Court’s decision to overturn the sentence of a 20 year old Muslim immigrant who brutally raped a ten year old boy at a pool in Vienna.
That case made international headlines when the migrant claimed he anally-raped the young child because it was a ‘sexual emergency’. The story was considered an example of the insanity that had descended on Europe in the midst of the ‘migrant crisis’.
If only people had known then that Austria would ultimately overturn the man’s conviction…
The Supreme Court attributed their decision to let the man off based on his own ‘distress’ and the fact that he and the boy did not speak the same language.
In giving his brief comments, Putin gave a perfect example of why Occidental citizens across the West have begun identifying more with Russia than with their own governments.
On a local level, hopefully this insane decision has moved Austria closer to the breaking point.
Editor’s Note: This post is an appropriate lead in to a post I am writing on the idea of ‘anarcho-tyranny’ and present events in France/Germany/Sweden.