Orban pulls no punches: Hungary opposes Soros’ refugee plan for Europe


July 23, 2017 – Fort Russ News – 

Vesti – translated by Inessa Sinchougova 

The Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, whom the President of the European Commission famously called “the dictator of Europe” said that Mr. George Soros and his empire of NGOs undermine the national interests of Hungarians, precipitating a dangerous situation not only in Hungary, but in all of Europe. Orban announced the existence of the “Soros plan”, which will attract a million Muslim migrants to Europe – per year.

The plan is actually not new and was published as an official policy document on one of Soros’s websites over a year ago. It recommends for the EU to take in one million migrants annually – which is catastrophic for a continent of an entirely different cultural make up.

Victor Orban said that in order to prevent this process, each EU state must regain its sovereignty and the ability to defend its own borders.

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“Then we will be able to put an end to the migration phenomenon and expel all those who entered illegally. Maybe it sounds rough, but I don’t think that the problem can be solved in a different way,” the Prime Minister concluded.

Orban does not hide that in Hungary, there is strong opposition to migration – whereby newcomers of Muslim origin have not been able to integrate. Orban claims that “some individuals come with the goal of changing the European demographic and encroaching on Hungarian identity. With such people, – he says – We cannot be in solidarity.”

Earlier this month, anti-migration protests took place in the suburbs of the Hungarian capital.

Viktor Orban has repeatedly stated that his country will not accept refugees distributed under EU quotas, even under the threat of fines. The Czech Republic for example, was supposed to accept more than 2 thousand refugees, but took in only 12 people. As a result, Prague could now be subject to major financial penalties.

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