Austrians rushing to buy guns in the face of Muslim invasion

There’s a lot of political correctness crashing to Earth in Europe these days, thanks to the prospect of millions of Muslims moving into and taking advantage of the welfare states, imposing no-go areas governed by sharia, and demanding changes in their host cultures.  Oh, yeah, and causing rape and robbery and homicide rates to skyrocket.

In Austria, the public is arming itself as rapidly as law and and the supply of guns wll allow.  The U.K. Daily Mail reports:

 Weapon sales are soaring in Austria as citizens of the small Alpine nation become paranoid over the numbers of refugees crowding into their country.

In a country of 8.5 million people, there are now an estimated 900,000 firearms in homes. 

And gun dealers report that it is women driving the sales rush. This year alone, police say 70,000 guns have been sold. 

'Virtually all shotguns are currently sold out, because you need no permit for them', said Thomas Ortner, spokesman for an arms dealer in Upper Austria.

For every other type of weapon, a licence is required. 

Licence courses, in which applicants must demonstrate knowledge of firearms, used to take place every five weeks but they are now held weekly because of spiking demand.

In cities like Salzburg, a line of people outside the necessary government office to get the paperwork to buy a gun is now an everyday sight.

A race is underway.  Will Europeans discard political correctness in time to save their civilization?

Hat tip: Clarice Feldman

There’s a lot of political correctness crashing to Earth in Europe these days, thanks to the prospect of millions of Muslims moving into and taking advantage of the welfare states, imposing no-go areas governed by sharia, and demanding changes in their host cultures.  Oh, yeah, and causing rape and robbery and homicide rates to skyrocket.

In Austria, the public is arming itself as rapidly as law and and the supply of guns wll allow.  The U.K. Daily Mail reports:

 Weapon sales are soaring in Austria as citizens of the small Alpine nation become paranoid over the numbers of refugees crowding into their country.

In a country of 8.5 million people, there are now an estimated 900,000 firearms in homes. 

And gun dealers report that it is women driving the sales rush. This year alone, police say 70,000 guns have been sold. 

'Virtually all shotguns are currently sold out, because you need no permit for them', said Thomas Ortner, spokesman for an arms dealer in Upper Austria.

For every other type of weapon, a licence is required. 

Licence courses, in which applicants must demonstrate knowledge of firearms, used to take place every five weeks but they are now held weekly because of spiking demand.

In cities like Salzburg, a line of people outside the necessary government office to get the paperwork to buy a gun is now an everyday sight.

A race is underway.  Will Europeans discard political correctness in time to save their civilization?

Hat tip: Clarice Feldman