European Parliament votes to trigger Article 7 disciplinary procedures against Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban for refusing to submit to the tyrannical rule of the EU globalists, which would subject his country to the same unacceptable surge in violence, rape, murders, robberies, and lifetime welfare dependency that the mass Muslim invasion of Western Europe has already inflicted on it.
EuroNews The motion to trigger Article 7 passed in the Strasbourg plenary session with 448 votes in favour, 197 against and 48 abstentions. The same procedure was launched by the European Commission against Poland in December 2017, but Wednesday’s vote marks the first time that the European legislature has ever triggered the action.
Article 7, often dubbed the “nuclear option”, is the EU’s punishment clause, allowing it to discipline member states when there is a “clear risk of a serious breach” of the bloc’s core principles.
The European Council, with the consent of the European Parliament, must then reach a four-fifths majority decision on the proposal, and speak to the state in question. Once adopted, the measure has two parts—a preventative mechanism and a sanctioning mechanism.
Article 7(1), as triggered against Hungary, means a formal warning is given to the state. If this doesn’t have the desired effect, Article 7(2) can be used to impose sanctions and suspend EU voting rights.
During a debate over the motion on Tuesday, Orban remained defiant, telling lawmakers he would not bow to EU “blackmail”.
“You think that you know the needs of the Hungarian people better than the Hungarian people themselves. Therefore I must say to you that this report does not show respect for the Hungarian people. This report applies double standards, it is an abuse of power, it oversteps the limits on spheres of competence, and the method of its adoption is a treaty violation,” he said.
“Hungary shall continue to defend its borders, stop illegal immigration and defend its rights – against you, too, if necessary,” he said, drawing applause from the eurosceptic, far-right lawmakers in the assembly.
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In addition to the bill, the parliament also passed a constitutional amendment stating an “alien population” cannot be settled in Hungary.
“Whatever your decision will be, Hungary will not accede to this blackmail. Hungary will protect its borders, stop illegal migration, and defend its rights,” Orban told the European parliament. “Hungary is going to be condemned because Hungarian people have decided that this country is not going to be a country of migrants.”
Italy’s anti-immigration Interior Minister Matteo Salvini, whose League party has six legislators in the European body, said: “We will vote in defence of Orban.” Poland’s ruling Law and Justice party, which stands accused of dismantling an independent judiciary at home, will also defend Hungary’s prime minister.
Looks like we know which side America is on in this debate:
Hungary and Italy join forces to begin the de-Islamization process.