To please his handlers the Romanian prime minister recited a form of the old liberal mantra that we have heard so many times in the past; among others he wrote: Hungarian decision-makers are no better than their Syrian and Libyan counterparts.
He compared the Hungarian government's handling of mass migration to measures taken by governments in the 1930s and '40s.
Like many other European leaders the Romanian prime minister felt the need to criticize Hungary's top leaders for their decision to shut down illegal immigration.
The Hungarian government's handling of illegal immigration doesn't meet the values of the European Union just like its anti-Semitism and the treatment of minorities echoed the familiar liberal mantra the banker butt boy.
Barbed wire, aggression, prison and brutality won't solve the migration problem. Those decisions merely show that in the heart of Europe, there are policy-makers, that are no better than their Syrian and the Libyan counterparts or the leaders of other countries from which refugees are fleeing daily wrote the seriously bent clown.
Ponta concluded his thoughts with an equally intelligent remark: he was horrified even to think what would happen if Hungarian troops start shooting children and women waiting at the border.
(Note: And this is my concluding remark: “It is better to remain silent at the risk of being thought a fool, than to talk and remove all doubt of it.”)
(MTI – hungarianambiance.com)