A top government official in Hungary has warned that more than 100,000 illegal Muslim freeloader wannabes are gathered on the Balkan peninsula and have the potential to flood Europe again and give rise to a crisis similar to the Muslim invasion of 2015.
Hungary Today (h/t Maurice) Due to the increasing migration pressure, state secretary at the ministry of defence Szilárd Németh has convened the anti-immigration cabinet of the governing Fidesz party’s parliamentary group for Monday.
Speaking at a press conference over the weekend, Hungary’s State Secretary Szilárd Németh said that almost 100,000 migrants are gathering on the West Balkans and although “the situation is still under control”, it is “beginning to look like the big crisis in 2015,” and if the migrants are “let loose on the Hungarian border, there could be big trouble, and we must prepare for that possibility”.
If 2015 is any example, these illegal invaders will not be crossing into Western Europe’s welfare havens via Hungary. See videos below:
Nemeth, during his address, confirmed that around 100,000 migrants have gathered mostly on the West Balkans, saying that if they are “let loose on the Hungarian border, there could be big trouble, and we must prepare for that possibility.”
Last Friday, Hungary police announced that they had discovered two underground passageways used by migrants to illegally enter into Hungary from Serbia. Shortly after the discovery, dozens of migrants were arrested in the village Asotthalom, where the tunnels were found.
This is why it is important, he said, that the “state of crisis” in connection with mass migration was extended in September as it provides the necessary legal basis for the protection of the border.
It is also important, Németh added, that the Strasbourg-based European Court of Human Rights has declared that confining migrants to the transit zone does not equal imprisonment, thus, “everything that the pro-migration opposition has said about either the transit zone or the state of crisis in connection with mass migration has been proved false”.
The West Balkans is key to the security of Europe and Hungary, the politician said, noting that this is why the government supports the accession of the countries of that region to the European Union and NATO.
Fidesz’s anti-immigration cabinet was established in October 2018. The cabinet’s 17 members are MPs from all over the country.
György Bakondi, chief domestic security advisor to the prime minister, told public radio on Sunday morning that over 11,800 migrants had attempted to enter Hungary illegally from January to November this year, with 2,418 attempts being made this month alone, as against 5,400 in the corresponding period of last year.
Last week , Hungarian security forces intercepted 600 people trying to cross into Hungary from Serbia compared to about 80 in the same week in 2018.
At present there are more than 106,000 registered migrants along the Balkan route, not to speak about the huge number of illegal arrivals.