Viktor Orban has been doing many great things over the past few years. When the European migration crisis occurred in 2015, prime minister of Hungary Viktor Orban was among the first leaders to openly denounce the ‘muslim invasion of europe’. This illegal migration occurred against the will of the majority of Hungarians among other Europeans such as Poles and Czechs. Orban has asserted the fact that the migrants are entering European borders illegally and has claimed that refugees are a threat to Europe’s Christian identity and culture.
The unelected bureaucrats of the European Union have adamantly tried to dismantle Hungary’s and the greater EU’s sovereignty. Cultures need to be preserved and protected. If not, they risk being destroyed due to the vicious desire of a select few. Their aim is to create one ‘global culture’. One culture that would swallow up all other cultures that stand in its way. Given the scenario that a majority-muslim country like Saudi Arabia were to be invaded by an influx of white Christians, such as the Ukrainians, due to a war in the Ukraine – there would be a public outcry against the illegal migration into Saudi Arabia. Ukrainians would be condemned by liberal media outlets for attempting to colonise the Middle East.
Any attempts to defend the rights of EU member states to protect their borders from illegal migration, are deemed to be racist, islamophobic, xenophobic – or all three.
The Hungarian parliament has approved a law enabling all asylum seekers in the country to be detained and forced back into neighbouring Serbia. Viktor Orban, the Prime Minister, claimed migrants were keeping his country “under siege”. Speaking at a swearing-in ceremony for a group of specialist guards known as “border hunters”, he said that Hungary could only count on itself for protection. Mr Orban, leader of the right-wing populist Fidesz party, has already ordered the reinforcement of fences along Hungary’s southern border and Hungary was one of the first member states to enforce EU rules, and has been protecting the EU’s Schengen borders, stopping, registering and separating out genuine refugees from economic migrants.
“Hungarian police officers and soldiers are protecting the EU’s Schengen borders lawfully and in compliance with EU and Hungarian regulations.”
Hungary’s border fence guarantees the country’s security and stands as a symbol of the fight against illegal migration, says state secretary.
Without the border fence, Hungary would have remained on the main route of migration and hundreds of thousands of illegal migrants would be arriving even today, making the country vulnerable to the consequences of migration, Csaba Dömötör said
Hungary’s border fence guarantees the country’s security and stands as a symbol of the fight against illegal migration, according to Csaba Dömötör, parliamentary state secretary in the Cabinet Office of the Prime Minister.
Dömötör added that the fence stands as a reminder that “it is possible to protect our communities and our culture”.
“I can see the money of George Soros in the background and I can see the maneuvering tricks” against which open and sincere talk is the only cure, Viktor Orban said. “We have to face the fact that some people out there have set out to turn Hungary into an immigrant country and they have been selected as candidates, backed by a lot of money — the international money of George Soros, his civil organisations and a large part of the foreign-owned media operating in Hungary,” Orban said.
“If we want to protect Hungary and avoid becoming an immigrant country then we must join forces and fight this battle together,” he added. “The reason that we do not want to become an immigrant country is not only because this would import terrorism and crime, and our women and girls would lose their sense of safety … but also because it will bring an end to the future that Hungarians have worked for over the past eight years…” he said. Once migrants enter “it will be impossible to get them out”, he added.
If migration becomes a human right, “this will be a sure recipe for destroying the Earth, leading to a primitive humanity,” he said. If sovereignty is taken away, then ancient cultural rights, opportunities and a living standards achieved through hard work will be at risk, he added.
The prime minister also addressed the dispute between the EU and Poland, saying that Warsaw was a “target” because Poland was central Europe’s leading state. “They are targeting Poland because they reason that if Poland is weakened, central Europe’s resistance to immigration will be weakened too.”
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban insisted that Budapest will not accept any more migrants in the future, and explained why.
“We do not consider these people to be Muslim refugees. We regard them as Muslim invaders,” Orban said
According to the Hungarian leader, the influx of Muslims into Europe risks creating “parallel communities” inside European countries.
The prime minister called on European leaders to show respect for Hungary’s choice. In his view, although the EU has accused Hungarian authorities of taking funds from the so-called Cohesion Fund without accepting refugees in return, the two issues are not actually related. This money, according to Orban, was not a gift, but a “fair balance” aimed at compensating Budapest for opening its market to European goods. “This has absolutely nothing to do with the refugee issue,” he stressed.
Last month, the European Commission referred Hungary, Poland and the Czech Republic to the EU Court of Justice, for what it said was “non-compliance with their legal obligations on relocation.” Despite its quarrel with the European Union, Orban said that it was “a wonderful project,” and that Hungary is happy to be part of it.
Central European countries, including Hungary, Poland, the Czech Republic and Slovakia, are projected to see only modest rises in their Muslim populations of between 0.2% and 4.5%, in accordance with their tough stance on immigration.
ORBÁN VOWS TO ‘FIGHT THOSE WHO WANT TO CHANGE THE CHRISTIAN IDENTITY OF EUROPE’
“Our presidency has taken a stand: we cannot give in to extortion. For us, Hungary is first.
Hungarian Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó said, “Hungary will not become an immigrant country, has never admitted, and will never admit illegal immigrants” at a press conference on Tuesday.
Szijjártó added that “this is the first time that people in the EU are openly planning to push the mandatory resettlement quota through by force while totally ignoring the will of certain EU member states.”
“Hungary has never admitted and will never admit illegal immigrants, irrespective of whether there is any pressure in this direction along the borders or from the EU,” he declared.
Recently, Hungary has warned that it would walk away from the UN’s Global Compact on Migration if it did not reflect Hungary’s interests, with Orbán saying it “looks as if it was copied from the Soros Plan”.
Orban’s view that European culture is under existential threat from migration and multiculturalism.
Orban has often said that mass migration of Muslims into Europe will lead to the loss of the continent’s Christian culture and lifestyle. His comments last month that Hungarians don’t want their “own color, traditions and national culture to be mixed by others”.
“They want us to voluntarily give (our country) to others, to foreigners from other continents who don’t speak our language, don’t respect our culture, laws or lifestyle,” Orban said. “They want to exchange ours for their own. There is no exaggeration in this.”
Orban also made another of his attacks on George Soros, the infamous billionaire and philanthropist. He alleged Soros was seeking to impose his “open society” ideals on Europe and supports critics of the ruling party’s government, and listed Soros among Hungary’s historical foes — the Ottoman Empire, the Habsburgs and the Soviet Union.