As Americans feel less and less safe from lax government policies on terrorism, border control and non-support for local law enforcement, the price to say or think something opposed to liberal progressive orthodoxy is rising.
Many elites are intimidating dissent by slinging slurs like “extremists, bigots, Islamaphobes, racists or deplorables.”
When the migrant crisis transformed ordinary life in Austria, Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff — a self-described housewife in Austria — held innocuous citizen seminars teaching about Islam. An aspiring young journalist secretly taped her remarks, leading to Sabaditsch-Wolff’s prosecution for impugning Islam.
Multicultural political correctness is a creeping threat to free speech. In this exclusive video interview for The Daily Caller News Foundation, Sabaditsch-Wolff says, “The hate speech narrative that we are currently witnessing is gaining momentum. The elites are using the narrative to silence the truth.”
This housewife, now with a bigger megaphone since her litigation, refuses to be silenced, “you have to be intolerant of the intolerable.”
Sabaditsch-Wolff cannot tolerate female genital mutilation, wife beating, or raping of children,“We don’t even have to put religion in the equation.”
In the last year, she and her family and neighbors took increased precautions to protect themselves from the rising incidences of crime in their streets and communities from the migrant men pouring through Europe.
Sabaditsch-Wolff demonstrates in this video interview the personal safety device she, her mother and daughter wear daily. These devices are sold out in her country due to increasing street violence and rapes, she reports.
Her warning to the West is that “we are already in World War III” and Europe needs a strong America. She says unless policies are reversed and national sovereignty restored, “your life is going to change dramatically” and we “need to arm ourselves with knowledge” and “be fearless.”
America’s presidential campaign reminds her of the Austrian choice for president, too. It appears in Austria that increasing terror attacks are bringing more support towards the Austrian Freedom Party candidate for president — just as she sees happening for Republican nominee Donald Trump as Americans worry about their domestic safety.
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