In the wake of a historic Hungarian election that saw Viktor Orbán's Fidesz party win an unprecedented third consecutive term, Magyar leadership has embraced their weighty mandate from the people and is doubling-down in their battle with the unholy Soros-EU alliance.
Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó, whose rhetoric is often even more fiery and combative than Orbán's, issued formal comments on the matter of protecting Hungarian sovereignty and its citizens that reads like a declaration of war.
"No matter how many times George Soros goes to Brussels, no matter how many times the issue of illegal immigration is placed on the agenda, and no matter how many allies George Soros has in Brussels, we will not back down," Szijjártó proclaimed. "Illegal immigrants will continue to not be allowed entry into Hungary in the future."
"We demand that when we deal with migration we should place the security of our own citizens in first place, and this is what Hungary will continue to do."
"If migration only has positive effects, how is it possible that over the past two-and-a-half years 330 people have been killed in Europe in terrorist attacks that have been committed by people with immigrant backgrounds?" he asked. "Why are George Soros and his people in the European Parliament fighting against certain European countries instead of acting to combat terrorism?"
Szijjártó commented on proceedings that took place at European Parliament in Strasbourg earlier this week, where globalists like French President Emmanuel Macron called for Europe to make preparations to welcome an influx of up to 200 million Africans over the next 30 years - for which he was applauded by fellow internationalists and praised by EU Chief Jean-Claude Juncker.
"The debate in the European Parliament is also a clear indication of the fact that Brussels and the UN want the same thing: for illegal immigrants to come to Europe," Szijjártó warned.
Hungary has established itself as the nation most rigorously holding the line against the migration wave - also attacking the many tentacles of infamous Hungarian-born billionaire and border buster, George Soros.
After Fidesz's stunning landslide election win just weeks ago - one which Soros attempted to derail at all costs - it was announced that Soros' Open Society Foundations will be relocating their offices from Budapest to much friendlier Berlin before the end of the year.
According to Eurostat numbers detailed in a report by New Europe, EU member states granted asylum to more than 500,000 migrants in 2017 alone - a move that Palestinian-Belgian jihad expert Montasser al-De’emeh has warned is the 'importation of civil war.'
In contrast, Hungary approved less than 1,300 asylum applications last year, and has cut illegal immigration by 99% since installing a border fence in 2015.
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