More immigrants means greater threat of terrorism
In light of the recent Nice attack, and other terrorist attacks in Europe, all the signs appear to indicate that western Europe has failed to integrate immigrants effectively
Europe must face up to the fact that with more immigrants coming in to Europe, the threat of terrorism will be greater, according to Antal Rogán, the minister heading the Cabinet Office of the Prime Minister.
Rogán pointed out that Brussels should consider radically changing its current European refugee policy and should stop the flow of immigration because the stance it takes at present creates a security risk.
In light of the recent Nice attack, and other terrorist attacks in Europe, all the signs appear to indicate that western Europe has failed to integrate immigrants, and therefore rather than bringing more migrants to Europe, they should stop migration, he stressed.
The minister said that in a considerable part of Europe, the people have turned against immigration, but it seems that Brussels does not want to listen to what the people have to say.
Hungary is the first from the member states of the European Union prepared to listen to the people’s opinion, and this is why a referendum will be held on October 2, where the country will be able to decide whether to accept Brussels’ ultimatum of forced migration, Minister Rogán said.
The minister also highlighted that the pressure of immigrants has not ceased on the Hungarian border, despite the fact that the fence is in place and Hungary is one of the strongest guards of the European borders.