TD, Austria is a good civilised country and has accepted many asylum seekers over the years. That’s not my point. You said that both Germany and Austria had both “lost patience” with refugees. I’m pointing out that this description obscures an important difference between Austria and Germany. The difference is that Germany welcomed huge number’s of refugees, often with enthusiasm, during the Syrian refugee crisis. So it perhaps makes sense to describe Germany, or many Germans now “losing patience” with those refugeees. Austria on the other hand never had any enthusiasm for accepting the refugees. They took as few as they could and sent as many as possible on to Germany as fast as they could. So there has not been as dramatic a change of opinion in Austria as there (arguably) has been in Germany. Austrians haven’t lost patience with refugeesa because they never wanted them in the first place.
Plus as I posted out, the focus of the right wing government in Austria appears to be Austrians with a Turkish background. These are not new arrivals. If anything they are a well assimilated minority. Which makes these developments all the more concerning.