Hungary’s chief security advisor has revealed that a guidebook published by a German civil society organization funded by George Soros provides advice to illegal migrants on how to mislead the authorities and evade the member state border security systems.
György Bakondi said that several guidebooks including advice for migrants on what routes to follow and what to say if they are intercepted were first found in 2015. At the time it was already evident that “the mass illegal immigration we are facing is not spontaneous, but is being managed in an organized manner,” he said.
Bakondi said the guidebook was published by a German humanitarian organization and includes advice on how to evade the security system. “This is damaging, dangerous, and could have major internal security repercussions,” he highlighted. He added that responsible politicians in Europe are no longer disputing the fact that the European Union’s external borders must be protected.
“The fact that both the European Union and the UN are preparing documents that regard illegal migration as a good thing that should be supported in future poses a problem, however. They are not talking about the dangers and negative effects of illegal migration, however, and about its impact on security, the future of nation states, culture, the economy, and the social security system,” he explained.