The ‘Islamnization’ of Hungary has been banned by its Prime Minister. Speaking in parliament on Monday to celebrate the fifth anniversary of Hungary’s new constitution, Viktor Orban said the document’s primary aim was to secure Hungarian language and culture.
“It is forbidden to say that masses arriving from other civilizations endanger our way of life, our culture, our customs and our Christian way of life”
Hungarian prime minister Viktor Orban has again spoken out against the influx of migrants into Europe, saying it will not solve the continent’s problems.
The outspoken leader said that efforts should be made instead to encourage European families to have more children who can help the region prepare for the future.
Orban, who has characterized this year’s migrant crisis as a deliberate left-wing conspiracy designed to erode European identities, said that bringing in new immigrants won’t help with Europe’s ageing populations and economic stagnation.
We will fight against the quota system bringing about the “compulsory settlement” of migrants because we must protect Europe”, the spokesman said on Kossuth Rádió’s morning news programme on Wednesday.
On Tuesday, Parliament voted on a draft proposal in rejection of the quota system, he revealed, adding that this was not supported by left-wing parties. The Left would still allow migrants into the country in unbridled numbers despite this causing “grave harm” to Hungary, he insisted.