Hungarian Prime Minister, Viktor Orban, who has come out against the Islamic migrant invasion of Europe many times in the past, did so again today with three weeks until the Hungarian election. Orban spoke in front of a massive rally and spoke bluntly about what he sees going on with asylum seekers and Europe in general.
“The situation is that those who don’t block migration at their borders will be lost. They will be digested slowly but surely…The youth of Western Europe will still live to see when they become a minority in their own country and lose the only place in the world to call home,” he declared, reported Associated Press.
Orban has been outspoken to the halls of power in Paris and Berlin over the open-border policies of Western Europe and the enablement of the migrant crisis by Western European governments and NGOs funded by financier George Soros. Hungary has gone so far as to mount a public relations campaign against Soros. The Orban government has used the campaign as part of its re-election strategy.
The European Union has threatened infringement action against the Visegrad countries of Hungary, Poland, and the Czech Republic over their refusal to admit hundreds of thousands of Islamic economic migrants from North Africa and the Middle East. Orban and other Eastern European leaders say the influx will destroy their heritage, culture, and security.