Although representatives of the globalist parties denied the existence of such plan, we know from experience that those denials must be taken with a grain of salt.
The Hungarian people know from experience that the fake left-wing parties do everything they can to satisfy their foreign masters and serve the Hungarian population up to the whims of global troublemakers.
The Gyurcsany regime in 2006 already went to the extreme of ordering police to shoot at peaceful citizens celebrating the national holiday in order to intimidate the population and prevent further resistance against the expansion of the globalist agenda aimed at the elimination of the Hungarian nation state.
Today, one of the representatives of the extremist Gyurcsany party, László Varju once again, called on the Hungarian people to boycott the October 2 referendum on mandatory quotas.
At the same time, 29 representatives of the Socialist Party also announced that they start a nationwide tour in order to persuade voters to boycott the referendum.
The prime minister indicated that Brussels was ready to strike a deal with globalist controlled municipalities: If they can't come to an agreement on the mandatory resettlement of migrants with national governments or nation-states, they will approach municipalities controlled by the globalist opposition hinted the prime minister.
If Brussels can’t make a deal with the Hungarian government or Budapest, they will approach the leaders of Zugló, Salgótarján or Szeged (all those cities are controlled by the fake left-wing parties) and ask them to cooperate in the effort to resettle migrants in their communities. The people must decide whether they want Muslim ghettos in Hungary or not, said Prime Minister Viktor Orbán urging residents of the globalist controlled municipalities to support the referendum on October 2.
Earlier, the President of the European Parliament Martin Schulz remarked that there were cities in Hungary that run by the globalist opposition; for example, Szeged, which is a committed left-wing stronghold where any number of refugees can be resettled.