Calling multiculturalism an “illusion,” Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán slammed the German government’s “chaotic and anarchic” migrant policy, which led to a flow of “Muslim invaders” entering the European Union.
Orbán’s angry words came in response to the suggestion that Hungary was not showing sufficient “solidarity” with the European Union, because Germany accepted 2 million migrants but Hungary will not accept 2,000.
According to Orbán, “The difference is: They wanted the migrants. And we do not.”
He told reporters on Sunday, “We do our work by protecting the external Schengen border with Serbia. That cost us an extra one billion euros since 2015 and Brussels will not reimburse us one cent.”
Asked why Hungarians are resistant to the bloc’s forced migrant redistribution policy, Orbán explained, “We do not consider these people to be Muslim refugees,” but “Muslim invaders.”
He noted that the so-called refugees had traveled through safe countries before heading into more prosperous parts of Europe, which is proof that such “economic migrants” are not in genuine need of asylum.
“That was not a wave of refugees, that was an invasion,” Orbán told the German newspaper BILD. He went on to criticize the German government, “which we consider the best example of discipline and the rule of law,” for letting the country fall into “chaos and anarchy” in late September 2015 under the chancellorship of Angela Merkel by permitting mass “illegal border crossings.”
WATCH: Hungarian PM tells German conservatives that ‘2018 will be the year for restoring the people’s will in Europe’ as Bavaria prepares to join ‘central European alliance’ opposed to mass migration https://t.co/4HoU6MWIjo
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Orbán also explained that Hungarians wish to avoid Germany’s new “sociological problem” of migrant crime and terror. “We believe that a high number of Muslims necessarily leads to parallel societies, because Christian and Muslim societies will never unite,” he said, before adding, “Multiculturalism is just an illusion. We do not want that. And we will not have anything forced on us.”
On Sunday, fellow Central European leader and open borders opponent Czech President Miloš Zeman told media that third world migrants’ culture is “not compatible with European culture,” and warned that “if the European Union does not obtain the courage to strengthen its external borders… we will have 10 million refugees from Africa in the course of several years.”
Zeman was in Germany last week to address a conference of the anti-open borders Bavarian conservatives – the traditional coalition partners of Chancellor Merkel’s Christian Democratic Union (CDU) – where he announced that 2018 would be the year the will of the people would be restored in Europe.
According to a report in Breitbart, “Four months after federal elections took place and after the first round of negotiations with the Free Democratic Party (FDP) and Greens collapsed in November, Merkel is hoping to resurrect the ‘Grand Coalition’ of the CDU/CSU with the left-wing Social Democrats; the Social Democrats and Bavarian CSU are likely to clash over corporation tax and migrant benefits and family reunification.”
Not since 1949 has Germany failed to form a government, Breitbart noted.
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