The European Parliament has decided to carry out the Soros plan
Hate to say we told you so, but that moment that Hungary has long been warning against has arrived. The European Parliament’s Civil Liberties Committee (LIBE) has approved a regulation that would introduce a mandatory migrant quota system without an upper limit on the number of migrants. If this regulation is enacted, the European Parliament has approved the permanent quota system and is carrying out the plan of billionaire financier George Soros, seemingly point by point.
According to the decision, based on a proposal put forward by Swedish liberal MEP Cecilia Wikström, the evaluation of asylum claims will no longer be carried out by the country of first entry. Furthermore, all member states will have to accommodate migrants on an involuntary basis and countries that don’t cooperate will be politically and financially penalized. On top of all that, they would start the resettlements in countries like Hungary that – as they see it – have not accepted “enough” migrants.
It’s déjà vu all over again. Those details bear a striking resemblance to specific points of the Soros plan because his reliable allies in Brussels have been hard at work realizing the pro-immigration scheme. The funny thing is that they don’t even try to hide it: the draft reform calls for the active inclusion of Soros-affiliated civic groups in the organization and management of immigration.
This reform of the Dublin regulation seeks to speed up the relocation of migrants and, they claim, the reunification of migrant families. Also, they would be subjected to security screenings only after they have been resettled. That’s astonishing considering the clear link between mass migration and security risks, and the fact that we know that terrorist organizations have exploited the migration routes and unprotected borders of the EU.
That’s not all. Hungary’s leftist and liberal MEPs long denied the very existence of such a plan for a permanent quota. Yesterday, they voted for it without hesitation.
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán was among the first European leaders to warn about the migration crisis and the destabilizing effects it would have on the EU. He has called for strong borders to stop illegal immigration, the preservation of the Schengen Area and determined European action to respond to the problems in the hotspots rather than import them to Europe.
Meanwhile, Soros allies in Brussels have been advancing the pro-immigration agenda of George Soros’ utopian “open society”. If this regulation were to come into effect, it would mean that Brussels would deny us our fundamental right as a sovereign, independent nation to decide who gets to live together with us in our country.
It’s clear who we can trust with the security of Hungary.