Next year’s European Parliamentary elections should bring about a change in the community’s policy, Prime Minister Viktor Orban said in a radio interview on Friday, and warned that “the battle between pro-migration and anti-migration MEPs has not yet been decided”.
Migration is bad because it actually means replacing the population
Speaking on public Kossuth Radio, Orban said that “pro-migration forces now have a sweeping majority” both in the EP and the European Commission, and “pose a serious democracy issue as they represent something European people do not want.”
European voters want their leaders “to make a clear breast and declare if they consider migration right or wrong”, Orban said. He added his position that “migration is bad because it actually means replacing the population”.
“Fewer and fewer European are born and more and more foreigners are imported. This will change our culture and in a year or two we will not recognise our village, city or our own country or continent,” Orban insisted.
He said that while the EU seeks to cause demographic problems through “importing people from Africa or Asia”, Hungary “needs Hungarian people”. He insisted that “more babies require families and a family requires a mother and a father – possibly a woman and a man”.
Concerning remarks by European Commissioner Dimitris Avramopoulos made at the United Nations General Assembly session in New York, Orban said that the commissioner is “our employee” and he is “supposed to represent us”.
He quoted the commissioner as saying that “migration is good and should be continued; a resettlement programme should be implemented”.
Orban insisted that the commissioner “should not make a position in the name of the EU unless he can represent each EU member”. A commissioner presenting a position which is in “sharp contrast” with that of some EU members “poses a democracy issue”.
“No wonder there are many of us who cannot wait for the EP elections to at last give such officials the sack,” Orban said. He also voiced hope that Federica Mogherini, the EU’s high commissioner for foreign and security policy, would “also leave” in May.
Orban said the UN was not “good ground” for Hungary, because it reflects the “majority of countries issuing migrants” and “native Europeans are in a minority”. He said it was not easy to represent the Hungarian position with a “straight back” but praised Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto’s efforts.
While there maybe a slim chance in Eastern Europe the rest of the west and its electorate are on track to force about their own replacement. Hardly anyone including within the Nationalist community bothers to examine demographic stats. But the math doesn’t lie we are past the tipping point and its just a question of when rather than if, we will become a minority. Given that we cant even win a election now as a majority how anyone imagines it can be done as minority is a mystery all in itself.
RED PILL BLUE PILL How about the IRON PILL ?
ORDER15 Its time for the parallel society.