Hungary may consider the Austrian chancellor's proposal to open a corridor for migrants heading to western Europe

Thursday, September 24, 2015

Prime Minister Viktor Orbán's proposition to defend the EU's borders was rejected by the EU leaders yesterday in Brussels (meaning the EU continues promoting illegal immigration to Europe). If this is the case, Hungary might examine the possibility of opening a corridor for migrants wanting to go to Austria, or Germany said Prime Minister Viktor Orbán after the EU summit in Brussels to Hungarian journalists.

The Austrian chancellor clearly stated that if we had no other choice stopping migrants from coming to Europe but erecting fences, it would be better to let them in without any restriction said Orbán adding that "we may consider this proposition," and open a corridor for migrants heading to Austria and Germany.

The prime minister also said from the six-point Hungarian proposition package to control illegal immigration five received support but the most important one, the protection of EU borders was rejected.

It is a pity that the most important proposal was rejected and we now can't protect the EU's borders; as a result, migrants will keep pouring into Europe without any restriction by violating all conceivable intentional agreements – lack of courage and determination prevented leaders from agreeing on this point added PM Orbán.

I felt that protecting the EU's borders wasn't a top priority of the leaders, which is very important for Hungarians Orbán said.

The head of the Prime Minister's Office János Lázár reacted to the result of the Brussels summit in Budapest today. The Austrian chancellor's idea to let migrants into Austria unchecked is a very dangerous proposition he said; if Austria prefers this solution it must bear the consequences of its own action. Lázár remarked that about 30 to 40 thousand migrants are camping at the Croatian - Hungarian border at the moment waiting to go to Austria and Germany; nonetheless, the Hungarian government will study the Austrian chancellor's proposition.

Prime Minister Viktor Orbán visits Vienna on Friday to hold talks with Austrian Chancellor Werner Faymann, and other Austrian officials about illegal immigration said the head of the Prime Minister’s Press Office Bertalan Havasi.

The prime minister will be accompanied by János Lázár and Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó as well.

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HungarianAmbiance said...

It is not as simple as that. The EU's laws strictly forbid deporting migrants. Deporting them would draw not only condemnation but cutting off transfer payments to the country. The government has no choice but keep looking for loopholes in the law and use tricks to keep migrants out.

Anonymous said...

I think Orban is just buying time. This hopefully will never happen! And to much money have been spent on building the fences!

HungarianAmbiance said...

There are no sovereign nations in the EU. It is just a magical phrase used to keep the masses enchanted. 90% of Hungary's trade made with the EU, which means that the country has basically no room to maneuver because its economy so tightly linked to the EU. That's why the prime minister said sometime ago, if we could manage to redirect at least 30% of our trade to other regions of the world we would have more room to maneuver.

The EU is based on feudal lord - serf relationship, where the EU countries are the serfs, the feudal lords are hiding behind the curtain and the EU is the administrator of the empire.

Mr Darcy said...

If the EU were based upon a feudal lord-serf relationship, then the EU would PROTECT its serfs. The feudal relationship exchanged obedience for protection. That is NOT the case with the EU. The relationship is not the same at all. The EU is nothing but tyranny. The medieval serf at least got protection from his lord. EU member states get treachery and betrayal.

Hungarians must make a very hard decision. I understand that Hungary depends economically on the EU, but Hungarians must decide whether they prefer to live on their knees or die on their feet. That will not be an easy decision. But what is the alternative? Islamization? Is that worth the price Hungary will have to pay if she submits to the EU's extortion and tyranny? These are not easy questions to answer--or even to think about. but the choice has been made FOR you--by Frau Merkel and Monsieur Hollande. The questions MUST be answered--but by Hungarians, NOT by bureaucrats in Brussels, Paris, or Berlin.

May God protect Hungary and grant Hungarians--and ALL of us--the courage needed for the times that lie immediately ahead of us all.

Anonymous said...

No don't consider anything. Keep the borders closed.

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