Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has issued several warnings over the years about the Muslim invasion of Europe. He has now warned again that “migrant armies are banging on Europe’s doors, on the doors that seal off migration routes on land and at sea.”
Although Orban made reference to an escalation of illegal Muslim migrants as coronavirus recedes, the encroachment has continued throughout lockdowns. Illegal Muslim migrants never stopped swarming into Greece, Italy, the UK, Spain and elsewhere, often bringing in coronavirus with them.
Globalists have been facilitating the destruction of the EU, while responsible leaders are called “racists” for their dedication to democracy, rule of law and protection of their citizenry. Less than two weeks ago, UK Prime Minster Boris Johnson, who has completely lost control of the influx of illegal Muslim migrants swarming into his country across the English Channel (amid public protests), condemned Orbán’s comments about ‘Muslim invaders’ as ‘divisive and wrong’.
“PM Orbán: ‘Migrant armies’ are banging on Europe’s doors,” by Zoltán Kovacs, About Hungary, June 11, 2021:
Prime Minister Orbán said that we are living in the “age of epidemics and migration,” so we must prepare for tackling immigration and fending off new viruses.
Speaking on Kossuth Rádió this morning, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán laid out the reasons why he plans to “toughen up” Hungary’s stance on migration, as we are living in the “the age of epidemics and migration.” The main question now, he said, is whether we can continue doing things in the same way that we used to before the coronavirus crisis.
According to the PM, this is particularly important when it comes to migration, because “migrant armies are banging on Europe’s doors, on the doors that seal off migration routes on land and at sea.” Last year, roughly 10,000 illegal border-crossing attempts were intercepted on Hungary’s southern border fence. In 2021, this number will reach 38,000. That’s nearly four times as many.
“Today, migration is not yet the main topic of discussion,” PM Orbán observed, stating that “in the Hungarian government’s view, there is no such thing as good migration, there is only bad migration.” This is why Hungary seeks to take help to where it’s needed the most, instead of bringing the trouble over here. “Migration policy should not focus on letting migrants in, but offering temporary help to those in trouble,” the prime minister said….