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The majority of central Europeans oppose the European Union’s migration policy and more people in the region support Hungary’s policy than oppose it, a recent survey by Nézőpont Institute said.

The survey prepared in eleven countries, including Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia and Slovenia, showed that 74 percent of respondents consider European policies bad for Europe. Hungarians and Slovaks are especially opposed to migration from beyond the continent, with 89 percent holding a negative view. Czechs and Bulgarians follow, with 88 percent and 80 percent opposed respectively. Even 63 percent of Austrians and 58 percent of Germans said migration is, on balance, bad for Europe rather than positive.

Some 44 percent said they supported the Hungarian government’s migration policies and 40 percent said they opposed them.

A total of 78 percent of people in the Visegrád Group countries of Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia said they were against the mandatory migration quota. A total of 56 percent of Visegrád Group respondents said they supported the Hungarian government’s policies and only 32 percent said they opposed them.

Austrians (65 percent) and Germans (55 percent) were the most against the Hungarian government’s migration policies.

The survey was conducted by telephone with a representative sample 1,000 people per country between Sept. 26 and Oct. 27.

Source: MTI

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  1. Not only in Eastern-European countries resistence is growing against those in Brussels that follow the agenda of Soros.
    I just learned that a Dutch EU-member, Mrs. Sophie in ‘t Veld, is going to express her concerns about the fact that Hungary is not doing what (Soros/Schwartz) ordered them to do. She is a member of D66 and vice-president of the Verhofstadtgroup. Many EU-members are too young to understand what has happened in the recent century with Hungary.
    Let me allow me to mention:
    1/ World War I was started by the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria, heir presumptive to the Austro-Hungarian throne, and his wife Sophie, Duchess of Hohenberg. This took place on 28.06.1914 in Sarajevo and they were mortally wounded by Gavrilo Princip, who was one of a group of 6 assassins (5 Serbs and 1 Bosniak) coordinated by Danilo Ilić, a Bosnian Serb and a member of the Black Hand secret society. The political objective of the assassination was to break off Austria-Hungary’s South Slav provinces so they could be combined into a Yugoslavia. The assassins’ motives were consistent with the movement that later became known as Young Bosnia. The assassination led directly to World War I when Austria-Hungary subsequently issued an ultimatum to the Kingdom of Serbia, which was partially rejected. Austria-Hungary then declared war, triggering actions leading to war between most European states. In charge of these Serbian military conspirators was Chief of Serbian Military Intelligence Dragutin Dimitrijević, his right-hand man Major Vojislav Tankosić and the spy Rade Malobabić. Tankosić armed the assassins with bombs and pistols and trained them. The assassins were given access to the same clandestine network of safehouses and agents that Malobabić used for the infiltration of weapons and operatives into Austria-Hungary. The assassins, the key members of the clandestine network and the key Serbian military conspirators who were still alive were arrested, convicted and punished. Those who were arrested in Bosnia were put in jail in Sarajevo in October 1914. The other conspirators were arrested and judged before a Serbian court on the French-controlled Salonika Front in 1916–1917 on unrelated false charges; Serbia executed 3 of the top military conspirators. Much of what is known about the assassinations comes from these two trials and related records. After the war was finished there was a trial in Trianon where Hungary lost lots of its territory.
    2/ World War II was started by Germany and Hitler ‘promised’ Mr Horty Miklós that Hungary would regain a great part of its original country. The end of this war was known and -again- Hungary was punished, not because it started the war but its participation with it.
    3/ The Hungarian revolution was a revolt of the brave Hungarian people that wanted to live (finally) in peace.
    Between all these events lots of people, buildings, bridges and houses were destroyed time after time and the Hungarian people rebuild every building and bridge. The lives of the Hungarian people were gone forever.
    Does Mrs. In ‘t Veld have any knowledge of this? Doesn’t she know that for the Hungarian people enough is more than enough and that they defend their own country with all power they have? Doesn’t Mrs. In ‘t Veld had ever heard of Radio Free Europe, calling people in the East to stand-up against the leaders (communists) at that time? Doesn’t she have any brains left? Is she really such a ‘Soros’ lover?

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