Vienna: Feminists attack media office, white ‘patriarchy’ after 13-year-old’s murder by Afghans
The murder of a 13-year-old in Vienna, for which four Afghan asylum seekers are said to be responsible, poses a dilemma for feminists: Should there be sympathy for a girl who, according to the current state of the investigation, was drugged with up to eleven ecstasy tablets, raped several times and killed or outrage over "racist reporting"?
Published: July 9, 2021, 1:16 pm
The Wiener Einsatzgruppe Feminist Alarmabteilung (Wefa) decided on the latter. Around 20 hooded Wefa women stormed the rooms of the news portal oe24.at in the Austrian capital on Wednesday and attacked the employees. On handouts, the feminists complained that reports of the heinous crime normalize and reproduce “the murderous patriarchy”. The murder of Leoni is being instrumentalized “for racist and sexist agitation” they screeched.
If a migrant commits a serious sexual crime or murders a woman, it is never due to the cultural or ethnic background but because he is a man. Also, a foreigner is always noble and good and inevitably a victim of racism. In short, according to these banshees, European society is a sexist hell.
The Wefa intruders reached the oe24 advertising sales offices via the garbage disposal and attacked several employees to protest against the “racist reporting” by oe24.at after the recent murders of several European women.
They distributed leaflets with the following appeal: “You say sexualised violence against FLINTAs – women, lesbians, inter, non-binary and trans people – has been imported. We say that violence against FLINTAS is the cruel consequence of a sexist society, of capitalism and patriarchy.”
The police were there within a few minutes, after which the masked gang fled. The activists’ goal of occupying the newsroom or TV studio was not achieved thanks to the police action and the resistance of the oe24 employees.
The oe24 managing director Niki Fellner issued a statement: “We strongly condemn this violent intrusion by masked extremists into freedom of the media. We will not let anyone – and certainly not such actions – hinder our critical reporting. oe24 played a leading role in uncovering the judicial failure of the recent murder of women by four Afghans and will not allow itself to be silenced by any action. In particular, we condemn the attacks on our female sales employees, who were terrified by the activists, and demand the strictest consequences from the executive.”
In Germany, meanwhile, the police described the distribution of the photo of the obituary notice for the youngest, almost 25-year-old Würzburg victim Stefanie W. on social networks as “incorrect” and “not helpful”.
This picture of the pretty, cheerful Stefanie, who was buried on Wednesday, gives the victim of the Somali knife attacker a face.
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