Hungary’s PM Orbán: Nowhere Do Human Rights Prescribe National Suicide

Posted by DanielS on Sunday, 22 January 2017 04:41.

Visigrad Post, “Hungary’s PM Orbán: Nowhere Do Human Rights Prescribe National Suicide”, Jan 2017:

 

Hungary – The Hungarian government goes further in its opposition to non-European immigration, both illegal and legal. Viktor Orbán made again a strong speech against “national suicide” and meantime, the government announces its will to put an end to the residency bonds.

In front of 532 new deputy border guards, Viktor Orbán explained, on Thursday, January 12, that their job will be to protect Hungary’s borders and the safety of all Hungarians, “and that of all of Europe as well, as has been the fate of the nation for hundreds of years”.

“Terror attacks, riots, violence, crime, ethnic and cultural clashes all show us that those who come do not want to live our lives,” Orbán told the border guards. “They want to continue living their lives, just on the European standard of living. We understand them but we can’t let them into Europe. Nowhere do human rights prescribe national suicide.”

Asylum-seekers will be detained in close camps from now on

Systematic detention of migrants arriving in the country will be put in place, explained Viktor Orbán on Friday, January 13, during his weekly talk at the public radio. “We have reinstated alien police detention in the cases of those whose application to enter Europe has not yet been legally judged”. “As long as there is a verdict outstanding (in their asylum applications) they cannot move freely in Hungary,” said the Hungarian PM.

Under pressure from Brussels, the UN refugee agency and the European Court of Human Rights, Hungary in 2013 suspended the practice of detaining asylum applicants. The close camps are demanded by Jobbik’s vice-president and mayor of a little town at the border with Serbia, László Toroczkai, from the beginning of 2015, the same man that asked for the fence first in Hungary.

“Since then there have been terror acts in western Europe,” Orbán said Friday”. Any legal regulation that facilitates terror acts must be changed in the interests of our own self-defense.” He said he was aware that this “openly goes against the EU”, taking the risk of an open-conflict with Brussels, once again.

No more residency bonds

Three months ago, the constitutional bill against mandatory quotas of migrants, proposed by the ruling Fidesz, failed due to the surprise boycott of the vote by the right-wing populist party Jobbik, which wanted to add into the bill the suppression of the residency bonds. These bonds allow non-EU citizens to buy a Schengen permanent residency permit.

Really harsh discussions took place in the Hungarian parliament between the national-conservative ruling Fidesz and the right-wing populist Jobbik on these bonds. Security threats, suspicion of high corruption and treason toward the Hungarians — who reject non-European immigration — were the main arguments of the Jobbik.

Eventually, the government will suspend indefinitely the program, claiming these bonds are not necessary anymore since ratings agency Moody’s upgraded the country’s credit rating. Several scandals of corruption related to these bonds merged in 2016 and it is most likely that the government wanted to put an end to this failed program. Therefore, no more residency bonds requests will be accepted from April 1.



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Posted by Orbán, Soros and Bibi on Thu, 20 Jul 2017 01:14 | #

Visigrad Post, “Orbán, Soros and Bibi”, 19 July 2017:

       

Budapest, Hungary – The current visit of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to Budapest is no coincidence. It is occurring against the backdrop of the ongoing struggle between Hungary’s PM, Viktor Orbán, and the billionaire liberal “philanthropist” George Soros, against whom a huge public advertising campaign was launched by the Hungarian government only weeks ago. Although today he is an American citizen, Soros is of Hungarian Jewish origin.

The government is going to great lengths to mark the occasion of the first visit of an Israeli Prime Minister to Hungary since the fall of Communism. Netanyahu will spend a total of three days in Hungary, which has historically always been one of the European countries hosting the Jewish diaspora.

The timing of this visit is not insignificant. In addition to the public campaign against Soros, the government has also recently implemented new legal requirements for universities in Hungary which threaten the continued functioning of Central European University in Budapest, which was created and supported by Soros. Likewise, a new law requiring all Non-Governmental Organizations to declare the amount of foreign financial support they receive has led to a great deal of tension between the liberal segments of Hungarian society and the government.

Viktor Orbán, who has made himself into a European champion in the fight against immigration, is personally attacking Soros, and his government’s advertising campaign has not gone unnoticed.

       
“Don’t let Soros have the last laugh,” read the posters which now appear on billboards and in transit centers across the country, Budapest in particular. Across the top, these posters read, “99% of Hungarians reject illegal immigration.”

In this war of images, the response of Soros’ sympathizers did not hesitate to accuse the Hungarian government of anti-Semitism, trying to establish a link between this poster and the propaganda imagery of Nazi Germany, ironically themselves drawing a connection between Soros’ activities and his Jewish origin. Even the Israeli embassy decried these posters.

Orbán and his party, Fidesz, quickly found a way to defend themselves thanks to their ties with Likud, the national-conservative and ultra-Zionist party that is currently in power in Israel. The Israeli embassy stopped its protests, and Netanyahu’s visit, which is intended to further bilateral educational and cultural initiatives between the two nations, went ahead. The two leaders are also slated to discuss mutual investments “for the future,” in particular in the automobile sector.

Merely symbolic gestures, or a genuine understanding?

As the Left-wing Israeli newspaper Haaretz [perhaps “Left” in the sense of Jewish, internationalist left] has pointed out, part of the Israeli opposition demanded that Bibi cancel his visit to Hungary if Orbán refused to withdraw positive remarks he has made about Admiral Horthy, Hungary’s leader during the Second World War who brought Hungary into the Nazi-led Axis.

But the leader of the Jewish state made it clear at a joint press conference that “Hungary and Israel are aware of the past but look to the future.” Orbán likewise reassured his counterpart, “Hungary will show zero tolerance towards anti-Semitism . . . Hungary committed a crime during the Second World War by failing to protect its Jews, but this will not happen again.”

The two leaders then insisted on their common rejection of mass illegal immigration, a stance which has brought the two men together on the international stage. The Hungarian government has acknowledged Israel’s right to self-defense, Orbán said, adding that Hungary expects other countries to likewise acknowledge Hungary’s right to its own self-defense. While standing next to Netanyahu, Orbán added that Hungary “has disputes because it does not want to have a mixed population, and does not want to succumb to external influences.”

Soros, the common designated enemy

Netanyahu’s visit to Budapest is being played by the Hungarian government as one of its key cards in its struggle against Soros and his networks. In defusing accusations of anti-Semitism, the Hungarian government also emulated Israel. The DCLeaks website recently presented documents proving Soros’ support for anti-Zionist and other organizations hostile to the Israeli government. Israel’s Justice Minister, Ayelet Shaked, has initiated legislation inspired by Hungary’s intended to clarify the links and networks of those NGOs based in Israel which are being funded from abroad.

A more complex situation?

However, Israel’s role in the migrant crisis remains controversial. Some observers have noted that its Ministry of Foreign Affairs has only recently disappeared from the list of donors to IsraAID, an organization which has been involved in the transfer of illegal immigrants from Africa and Asia to Europe, and other organizations close to the Israeli government, such as B’nai B’rith, are still listed as being among them.

Israeli citizen Gilad Atzmon, the philosopher, musician, and self-described “secular Jew” who has been very critical of Israel and Jewish organizations worldwide, has described Soros as a master of the concept of “controlled opposition,” and sees Soros as a likely ally of the Israeli government.

The two leaders are supposed to have had talks related to the possibility of Hungary becoming a customer of Israeli natural gas.



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