Hungary has proven once again that it is possible to protect the country from modern day mass migration but there is another danger lurking in the dark - the mandatory quota system.
Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó talked about the dangers of the quota system in the plenary session of parliament on Monday.
The measure taken by the government to stop the influx of illegal immigrants into the country by sealing off the southern border succeeded beyond expectations.
Since the closure of the border on Friday, the influx of illegal immigrants into the country has practically stopped.
But a new wave of migration threatens to engulf the country, this time from the west as the the European Union under the pretext of quota system is about to unleash a new wave of migration that can have devastating impact on our country added Szijjártó.
Christian Democratic MP Péter Harrach said a distinction should be made between refugees and migrants. The party's parliamentary group leader had this to say: the belief that huge masses of people from distinct cultures can be integrated into European societies turned out to be a failed notion. According to the Christian Democratic politician, the "Islamisation of Western Europe is an accomplished fact, Central Europe must be safeguarded from this fate by all means."
According Jobbik MP Adám Mirkóczki, a good indicator of Western European dilettantism is that they argue about the placement of 120-160 thousand illegal immigrants while their number is well above this figure. The Jobbik representatives called on the government to reject the mandatory quotas.
(MTI – hungarianambiance.com)