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  • Guy de Michêl 5:00 pm on August 28, 2018 Permalink | Reply
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    Send them back! 

    Heroes of the Right

    Viktor Orbán and Matteo Salvini

    Heroes of the Right vow to “change the destiny of Europe.”

    Illegal migration is the most important issue facing the European Union, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said after meeting with Italian rightist leader Matteo Salvini.

    Orban has a simple solution to the seemingly endless influx of illegal immigrants and refugees from Africa:

    “We should send them back instead of relocating them,” Orbán said.

    Doing otherwise, would mean “the human smugglers have won,” he added, and “immigrants would keep coming in further waves.”


    Salvini described the meeting with Orbán as one in a “series of meetings to change the destiny of Europe.”

    The Italian deputy prime minister and interior minister has staunchly refused to allow African migrants to disembark from crammed refugee boats.



  • Guy de Michêl 4:26 pm on August 14, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Daniel Pipes, Fidesz party, , Merkel,   

    Viktor Orbán, Rebel with a Cause! 

    Anti-immigration rightist

    A rebel and a visionary, Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has done battle with immigration-crazy globalists like Germany’s Angela Merkel and George Soros, the filthy rich left-wing madman who tried to destroy the soul of Hungary.

    The right-wing hero has taken a lead role in stemming the tide of uncontrolled immigration from mostly Muslim countries, and the resultant savagery of rape, violence and social chaos that’s tearing Europe apart.

    Orbán’s mission in his own country is to preserve Hungary’s Christian culture, and to do that he must fight an overwhelming Muslim influence that the dictatorial European Parliament has unleashed across the continent.

    By rebelling against the globalist demands of the European Union, Orbán has inspired voters in Italy, Czech Republic, Poland, Austria, Germany, Slovakia and Slovenia to install rightist leaders who will restore the shattered cultures of their unique and undividual countries.

    Europe torn apart


    Orbán, Hungary’s longest serving leader since the fall of communism in 1989, was elected to a third term in April, giving him another four years to help bring sanity to  the European Union. Additionally, his Fidesz party won a super majority in parliament, with the power to make constitutional changes.


    Orban, early leader

    Viktor Orbán, left, at a meeting in Budapest in 1989 of the liberal youth group Fidesz, which would go on to become a powerful force in Hungary. (Photo: Tibor Rozsahegyi/MTI)

    “Although Orbán governs a small country, the movement he represents is of global importance,” notes the Bulgarian analyst Ivan Krastev.

    A global power-ranking survey of countries based on their influence in the world  — which has the U.S. and Russia on top — ranks Hungary at a mere 73 out of 80.

    But “Hungary is gaining an unprecedented centrality in Europe, with Orbán becoming the continent’s most important leader,” writes Daniel Pipes.

    Daniel Pipes, president of the Middle East Forum, has written the most thorough and erudite article to date on Hungary and the Muslim situation.

    Herewith that story in its entirety

    One of Orbán’s most admired world leaders was Ronald Reagan, America’s 33rd president (1981-89) — understandable since Orbán governs with a Republican Party-type strength not unlike Donald Trump.

    Orbán is even tough and uncompromising in his choice of favorite movie — Sergio Leone’s 1968 western epic ‘Once Upon a Time in the West.’

    The 55-year-old right-wing hero is a star in his own right now. This is Orbán’s time. Once Upon a Time in Europe!

    Guy de Michêlin in Prague

  • Guy de Michêl 4:03 pm on August 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply
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    Europe’s new import: The Third World 

    Europe must close all its borders!

    “If we import the third world we get third world problems,” British independent MEP Janice Atkinson said in an interview with the Hungarian Journal.

    “Rapes, gang rape, violent crime have increased exponentially and our prisons are proportionally overburdened with foreign criminals in comparison to our own citizens.”

    The solution, she said, to all the migrant chaos and crime that’s been raging since Germany’s Merkel flung open the borders in 2015 is relatively simple: “Europe has to close all its borders.”

    Italian right wing championAtkinson, vice-chairperson of the European Parliament’s Europe of Freedom and Nations, added:

    “We have to close our individual nation state borders, abandon the failed ideological policy of Schengen, close the EU’s external borders and start speeding up the extradition of migrants, as Matteo Salvini is doing in Italy.”

    Political correctness, that pitiful quality of bleeding-heart liberal globalists, has prevented United Kingdom authorities from taking any action.

    “Our failed open doors migration policies have continued where we have let people in whose backgrounds were not rigorously checked, and when we do charge them with crimes we are not allowed to deport them because our own judges or the European Court of Human Rights overrules our sovereign courts,” Atkinson said.

    “This has happened with terrorists, hate preachers, those encouraging terrorism and the mainly Muslim Pakistani rape gang members who have groomed tens of thousands of young, vulnerable girls.”

    This is where Brexit could be a game-changer.

    “If this government doesn’t strike a deal with the European Union that means choosing the EU nationals we want and need for our economy rather than allowing anyone to travel for work, then there will be no change.”

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  • Guy de Michêl 11:35 am on August 4, 2018 Permalink | Reply
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    Europe is not responsible for Merkel’s madness! 

    Why doesn’t Saudi Arabia, one of the richest countries in the world, take in Muslim refugees?!

    Why aren’t neighbouring countries, some of them the richest in the world, taking the majority Muslim migrants?

    And why is it being called a ‘European problem?’

    Good questions from Dominik Tarczyński, Polish parliamentarian and vice president of the European Conservatives in the Council of Europe.

    ‘Where is Saudi Arabia, one of the richest countries in the world, where is Qatar?” he said in an interview on Turkish TV.

    ”Most of the refugees are Muslims which are neighbours to this country, so why you are calling this a European problem?”

    Europe, he added, “is not responsible for Angela Merkel’s madness.”

    —  With report from Laura Cat, Voice of Europe.


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