The far left in Europe is deliberately importing nonwhites so as to boost their voting numbers, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban has warned.
In an interview with the Czech newspaper Lidove noviny, reprinted by the Budapest newspaper Magyar Idök,Orban said that after being naturalized as citizens, the invaders will be for the greatest part, “left-wing voters.”
“We live in a conspiracy where secret and behind closed doors decisions are being made to import leftist voters,” he explained.
“Europe has forgotten who she is, what she is, and what the really important things are,” he continued.
“Europe needs to regain her self-awareness, self-esteem, and self-identity, and we need to be strong again.”
Mr Orban is, of course, absolutely right at one level. The desire to import a new leftist voting block is clearly one of the main factors underlying the deliberate destruction of the old ethnic homogenity of the nations of Europe. We can only hope, however, that he will go on to study the issue in greater depth and, in due course, point out the other, deeper and even more sinister vested interests and hatreds behind the ‘conspiracy’ to destroy Christian European nations all over the world.
For now, though, Orban went on to criticize the direction in which the European Union was heading, calling it a “crazy and dangerous idea,” to contemplate a “United States of Europe” which did not have individual nations.
“But,” he said, “based on the peoples’ reaction to the migration crisis, it seems that Europeans will be able to protect themselves and the continent against this idea.”
In this regard, he reiterated his opposition to the idea of the EU allocating “quotas of refugees” to individual member states.
“You cannot just regard newcomers as additional manpower. You must take into account their cultural identity, coexistence problems, and the fact that these newcomers are not Europeans.”
“Today in European countries with populations containing a high percentage from those who have come in from the outside, parallel cultures have been formed.
“In Central Europe, it is one of our biggest advantages that there are no such parallel societies. This will be our region’s competitive advantage in the future.”