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Hungary Says No To Forced EU Migration

Hungary Says No To Forced EU Migration
U.S. Secretary of State Michael R. Pompeo meets with Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban in Budapest, Hungary on February 11, 2019

The E.U. is set to convene to discuss mandatory resettlement quotas. Hungarian Prime Minister Victor Orbán was clear in denouncing this, and has decided to hold a popular referendum on the quota system.

As part of the referendum preparations, the Hungarian government recently initiated a public information campaign aimed at informing the populace about the globalist agenda of the E.U. leadership, stating that “everyone has the right to know what Brussels is planning.” The campaign did not go unnoticed. The E.U. responded with a counter-campaign, called “Facts about the EU’s migration policy,” which declared that “you also have a right to know what is fact and what is fiction…”

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