Hungary’s government spokesman has said that the developments in Brussels this week confirm that the current pro-immigration Brussels leadership doesn’t just want to manage migration, but in fact wants to increase it.
István Hollik said the problem with “this week’s crop by Brussels” is that they want to give the migrants more money, a mandatory quota, and visas. “It has transpired that pro-immigration Brussels officials want to spend even more on migration out of the EU budget, which has already been reduced as a result of Brexit,” he said.
“And the European Parliament’s Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs (LIBE) has already drawn-up a proposal according to which ‘funding for pro-immigration Soros organizations would be trebled’, while taking money away from the countries of Central Europe, including Hungary,” he added.
Hollik pointed out that it later transpired that the opposition was lying when it claimed that the mandatory resettlement quota isn’t and never has been on the agenda in Brussels. “Because what we are seeing is that they very much want to have it adopted by the current, pro-immigration EP,” he said, pointing out that EP President Antonio Tajani has also stated that in his opinion the proposal on mandatory resettlement quotas must be placed on the agenda again.
The spokesman also noted that the “pro-immigration EP majority” voted on Tuesday to adopt the introduction of migrant visas. In summary, it is clear from the events of recent days that Brussels’ current, pro-immigration leadership is making use of every single day to ensure that the current pro-immigration European Parliament “pushes through” its migration-increasing proposals, and to continuously increase pressure on countries that are against immigration, such as Hungary.