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Hungarian PM Warns Of Migrant Terror As Islamic State Promise To Send Jihadists To Europe

Hungary’s Prime Minister has warned of a “deterioration of public safety, terrorism and the extent of illegal migration”, predicting a new wave of migration from the Middle East.

Viktor Orbán’s stark warning comes as the Islamic State (IS) terror group are defeated along the Turkish border in northern Syria, and on the same day as one of their supporters claimed militants have already arrived in Europe and are ready to attack.

The right wing leader, who slammed German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s “invitation” in September last year, was speaking to reporters at a press conference in Serbia.

“When you accept people’s trust and become Prime Minister, you have to take an oath, and a prime element of this oath is that I must defend my country against every form of unlawfulness,” he said. Continuing:

“And illegal border crossing is a form of unlawfulness. And since it is obvious that there is a correlation between the deterioration of public safety, terrorism and the extent of illegal migration, it is therefore my duty to do everything I can to ensure the safety of Hungarians.”

On the same day, an Islamic State supporter boasted over an encrypted app and warned of more Islamist terror attacks similar to those seen in France and Belgium in the past year.

According to the Daily Express, the 28-year-old said: “There are many cells being set up. That Islam will bring fear upon their land and each home. And many more attacks are carded. And on the way in many forms and fashions.”

Bravo à Viktor Orban, Premier ministre de Hongrie, qui était reçu par son homologue Serbe Aleksandar Vučić à Belgrade, pour affirmer sa détermination contre l’invasion migratoire !

“Quand vous acceptez la confiance du peuple et devenez Premier ministre, vous devez prêter un serment, et la base de ce serment est de défendre mon pays contre toute forme d’illégalité, notamment le franchissement illégal de nos frontières. Et comme il est évident qu’il y a un lien entre la détérioration de notre sécurité, le terrorisme et l’immigration illégale, il est de mon devoir de tout faire pour assurer la sécurité des Hongrois.

Mais je voudrais signaler que je ne compte rien faire pour la sécurité des Hongrois qui puisse troubler ou léser la Serbie. C’est pourquoi je suis ici, pour trouver des moyens communs d’action, et assurer la Hongrie de se défendre elle-même sans porter préjudice à la Serbie et lui faire payer des conséquences négatives.

Nous aurons un référendum en Hongrie le 2 octobre. Ce référendum est nécessaire puisque je m’attends à un débat toujours plus houleux entre la Hongrie et Bruxelles dans les mois à venir, sur la question des migrants.

Plus nous sommes soutenus par de nombreux suffrages, plus nous aurons de chances de gagner ce contentieux contre Bruxelles, qui est de prime importance pour préserver notre sécurité.

Nous revendiquons le droit de ne pas changer. Nous ne voulons pas changer. Nous avons quelques défauts, que nous voulons corriger, mais nous ne voulons pas changer le caractère et la nature de notre pays. Nous voulons que la Hongrie reste la Hongrie, que ce soit sa religion, sa culture ainsi que sa composition ethnique. Ceci n’est pas considéré comme une position populaire en Europe de nos jours, du moins pas chez les politiciens. Mais nous avons le droit d’agir ainsi, et mon serment m’y oblige, comme je l’ai mentionné. Mon devoir est de poursuivre cette politique, de façon à ne pas causer de dommages à nos voisins.”

Posted by Jean-François Jalkh on Tuesday, 6 September 2016

 

The nationalistic leader also explained how he is planning to face down pressure from the European Union to accept more mass migration and defend the “religion [and] culture” of Hungary.

“We will be having a referendum in Hungary on the 2nd of October. The referendum is necessary since I expect there will be increasingly serious debate between Hungary and Brussels in the coming months on the issue of migration.

“The more support we get at the referendum, the more chance we will have to successfully fight the debate against Brussels, which is our essential interest if we want to preserve our security.

“We uphold the right to remain unchanged… we do not want to change the character and nature of our country. We want Hungary to remain Hungary – regarding its religion, culture, and ethnic composition as well.

“That view isn’t popular in Europe nowadays, at least among politicians. But we have the right to do this,” he said.

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