On Tuesday declared the Austrian chancellor, Sebastian Kurz, to the authorities of the country ”mercilessly” would go to the bottom to find out what connections the suspect attentatsmannen in Christchurch had with the austrian organisation Identitäre Bewegungs Österreich, IBÖ.https://twitter.com/sebastiankurz/status/1110498998283059200
after the morning's cabinet of ministers, announces the Kurz that you can confirm the contact, and that there has been a financial transaction between Tarrant and IBÖ. Therefore, the Austrian government now consider whether the IBÖ should be dissolved. It writes the austrian public broadcasting service ORF.
The austrian government's offensive following a police raid of the apartment in Vienna where IBÖ-leader Martin Sellner lives. On Monday night told Sellner in a video on Facebook to a person named Tarrant donated a ”disproportionately large” amount to the IBÖ, a donation for which the Sellner mejlat back his thanks.
attaches great importance on what they see as the western people's common heritage and strives to maintain an ethnically homogeneous society. The ideal is that different peoples should live apart and not beblandas. The foundation DÖW (Dokumentationsarchiv des österreichischen Widerstandes), which maps right-wing extremism in the country denotes the IBÖ as a ”högerextrem of the youth” with the ”fascist” undertones as regards the theory, practice and rhetoric”.
Sellner says that he ”does not have anything to do with the terrorist attacks”, and that his organization is peaceful, but opposed to immigration. The BBC has, however, written about how he as a teenager was trying to neo-nazi groups in Austria, and the country's leading neo-nazi was Sellners mentor.
on the prosecutor's office in the city of Graz says to the news agency AP that the discovery of the donation during the work to identify Sellner for ekobrottslighet.
the Austrian authorities have confirmed that australian Brenton Tarrant, who during the Friday prayer on 15 march suspected to have shot and killed 50 muslims in new zealand, Christchurch, stayed in Austria last year.