A Hungarian government official made an astounding prediction Friday that up to 35 million migrants could flood into Europe as part of a historic population shift, as yet another European country felt the pain.
The comment from Hungary’s foreign minister came as Republicans in Congress have started signing on to a bill that would close the U.S. off to refugees for the foreseeable future, a direct counter-punch to President Obama’s plan to bring in 85,000 foreign refugees next year, including 10,000 from ISIS controlled territory in Syria.
But time is running out for Europe, where the days of debating policy in a crisis-free environment are over. First Serbia and Hungary, then Germany and now Croatia have watched what many are now calling an invasion of migrants bullying their way across sovereign borders, many of them young men carrying false identification or no identification at all.
Major media outlets such as the BBC, CNN and NBC continue to paint the crisis as a spontaneous event caused by people “fleeing conflicts in Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan,” as the BBC reported. But those conflicts have been going on for years and the war-refugee narrative was refuted by a former Egyptian military officer in an interview with WND earlier this week.
Croatia’s interior minister says the country is “absolutely full.” And Hungary’s foreign minister, Peter Szijjártó, told the Hungarian Times that 30 to 35 million migrants could end up making the trip by sea and land to Europe from the destabilized Third World.
“It’s a self delusion to call this situation a migration crisis; it is a massive migration of nations, with inexhaustible reserves,” Szijjártó told the newspaper. “I don’t think that the analysis results, stating that 30-35 million people out there could possibly become migrants, would be an exaggeration.
“Libya, Yemen, Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan are all countries with a huge population and an extremely unstable situation.”
A side issue to precede my next instalment in the series “Et In Arcadia Ego” … even in Paradise is death…
this article from the Herald suggests what society can be if we don’t have enforced change and multiculturalism and the Thought Nazis of Political Correctness trying to shame us into narrow behaviours
Democracy is about giving people self determination rather than imposed will and strictures … let the people find their own boundaries and miracles happen … allow the tyranny of minorities and narrow thinking based on fake cultural mores and sheer stupidity … and you end up with a compassionless and divided society … with a huge majority burying deep resentments against noisy demanding minorities … leading to an eventual explosion …
The next instalment in my series of articles about the premise “even in paradise (NZ) is death…” is “The Con goes on …” examining the neo liberal propaganda put about by Key and his crony Globalists and Finance Barons.
Pope Francis, the head of the Roman Catholic Church, received on Monday an extraordinary rebuff from the top Catholic leader in southern Hungary, Bishop Laszlo Kiss-Rigo, who said the pontiff was wrong in saying that Catholics had a moral duty to help the hundreds of thousands of Middle Eastern refugees streaming into Europe.
“They’re not refugees. This is an invasion,” said Kiss-Rigo. “They come here with cries of ‘Allahu Akbar.’ They want to take over.”
Europe is being overwhelmed by non-believers posing as refugees who pose a serious threat to the continent’s “Christian, universal values,” he said.
The bishop said the many of the so-called refugees do not deserve assistance because they “have money.”
They leave garbage along their path and refuse the food offered them by humanitarian workers, said Kiss-Rigo, who has been serving for nine years as bishop for southern Hungary, a region where some 800,000 Catholics live.
“Most of them behave in a way that is very arrogant and cynical,” he said.
Kiss-Rigo said Pope Francis is greatly misinformed about what is really happening. He “doesn’t know the situation,” he said.
Earlier, the pope spoke before pilgrims and tourists in St. Peter’s Square, appealing to parishes, convents and monasteries across Europe to be “neighbours” to the refugees.
“May every parish, every religious community, every monastery, every sanctuary in Europe host a family, starting with my diocese of Rome,” Francis said.
He added that two parishes in Vatican will also shelter two families of refugees. A Vatican spokesman, Rev. Ciro Benedettini, said the Vatican is now in the process of deciding which families of refugees will be hosted.
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