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September 12, 2018

Viktor Orbán accused of breaching EU's core values

It is obvious that Viktor Orbán fears that the socialists, the left-wing democrats with a high number of millennials, will set the agenda and that Hungary will then have to welcome tens of thousands of migrants into the country, which means a threat to its own culture and will result to a certain extent in social disruption.

Millennials? Yes. Young people are generally more welcoming of refugees than older generations. In 2017, a survey of global millennials conducted by the World Economic Forum (WEF) found that an overwhelming majority (72.6%) of people aged between 18 and 35 would welcome refugees into their country. Debating Europe.

 

There are several countries in the European Union that are examples of what the result of welcoming thousands of migrants means: France, Sweden, Germany to some extent. And then there are Italy, Greece and Austria that have much trouble with a large influx of migrants. You do not have to have a degree in sociology, psychology or psychiatry to foresee, be aware of the results or even witness the problems in real life. Watch Paul Joseph Watson's YouTube Video. Sweden. Hungary.

Naturally, the migrants, the asylum seekers and the refugees are not to blame for traveling to the richess of Europe. They are not to be condemned. They have come here practically at the invitation of German Chancellor Angela Merkel who soon was backed by other leaders. But not all wanted to submit to that policy. The problem lies with the European Union as a whole. Obviously the Union has not drawn up a working plan for the vetting and admission, has not organized the housing and the follow-up effectively. Hence many migrants are getting frustrated with their predicament.

 

To keep control of the developments in his own country, Hungary, Orbán takes certain measures in regards to the freedom of the press. Also "anti-immigrant Soros laws" have been passed in parliament. "Individuals or groups that help illegal migrants gain status to stay in Hungary will be liable to prison terms". The Guardian.

 

Daily/Sunday Express published the advice of Mr Farage given to Viktor Orbán a day prior to the vote on applying article 7. "Farage spoke highly about the country’s leader Viktor Orbán and urged him to not stand to be lectured by the EU but instead follow the UK’s lead and simply leave the bloc." Express. And as Lucy Harris said in June, "It is better to be poor and free than rich and enslaved." Lucy Harris.

A curiosity is that Jean-Claude Juncker maintained that Viktor Orbán does not respect the Christian values of Europe.

Read the Wikipedia page about the turbulent history of Hungary.

 

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