Austria has accepted a substantial amount of asylum applications over the last seven years. Countries of origin include Afghanistan, Syria, Pakistan, Iran, Nigeria, Somalia, Morocco and Algeria. Even with a rejection rate ranging anywhere from 30% in some years to 80% in others, this has added up to a sizeable number of people. In 2015 alone, Austria absorbed an influx or approximately 1% of their total population, which is a lot for any country to deal with. These statistics are compiled and published by groups like AIDA, who have nothing to gain by inflating them.
You may not like the Österreichische Volkspartei just like I don't like Trump but that does not justify comparisons to Hitler and the Nazi Party. Austria is not a fascist government and its Chancellors
are not dictators. Like all parliamentary democracies, politicians and
their policies come and go in response to public opinion.
Austria has moved troops to the Italian border, erected fences, cut off benefits, and confiscated cell phones from migrants. Call it what you will; public opinion is different now than it was just a few years ago when Schlager singers were highlighting the plight of these refugees in their music.