Orbán speech EP
Strasbourg, 2018. szeptember 11. Orbán Viktor miniszterelnök (b2) az Európai Néppárt (EPP) frakcióülésén az EP épületében, Strasbourgban 2018. szeptember 11-én. Mellette Manfred Weber, az Európai Néppárt, az EPP frakcióvezetõje (j). MTI Fotó: Miniszterelnöki Sajtóiroda / Szecsõdi Balázs

Next year’s European Parliamentary elections should bring about a change in the community’s policy, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said in a radio interview on Friday, and warned that “the battle between pro-migration and anti-migration MEPs has not yet been decided”.

Speaking on public Kossuth Radio, Orbán said that “pro-migration forces now have a sweeping majority” both in the EP and the European Commission, and “pose a serious democracy issue as they represent something European people do not want.”

European voters want their leaders “to make a clear breast and declare if they consider migration right or wrong”, Orbán said.

He added his position that “migration is bad because it actually means replacing the population”.

“Fewer and fewer European are born and more and more foreigners are imported. This will change our culture and in a year or two we will not recognise our village, city or our own country or continent,”

Orbán insisted. He said that while the EU seeks to resolve demographic problems through “importing people from Africa or Asia”, Hungary “needs Hungarian people”. He insisted that “more babies require families and a family requires a mother and a father – possibly a woman and a man”.

Concerning remarks by European Commissioner Dimitris Avramopoulos made at the United Nations General Assembly session in New York, Orbán said that

the commissioner is “our employee” and he is “supposed to represent us”.

He quoted the commissioner as saying that “migration is good and should be continued; a resettlement programme should be implemented”. Orbán insisted that the commissioner “should not make a position in the name of the EU unless he can represent each EU member”. A commissioner presenting a position which is in “sharp contrast” with that of some EU members “poses a democracy issue”. “No wonder there are many of us who cannot wait for the EP elections to at last give such officials the sack,” Orbán said. He also voiced hope that Federica Mogherini, the EU’s high commissioner for foreign and security policy, would “also leave” in May.

Orbán said the UN was not “good ground” for Hungary, because it reflects the “majority of countries issuing migrants” and “native Europeans are in a minority”. He said it was not easy to represent the Hungarian position with a “straight back” but praised Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto’s efforts.

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Concerning US President Donald Trump’s address in the UN, Orbán said that Trump “represents the US position as an icon”.

He suggested that under the current administration the US dropped its earlier attitude of “forcing its world-improving efforts” on other countries, which “Americans felt was against their own national interests”.

The US should be seen in a different light, and “we no longer need to fence off illegitimate attempts at cultural influencing but build a partnership based on mutual benefits”, Orbán said.

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  1. Here you’ll find an overview of attacks in Holland. Please be happy that your country is well protected! Islamic terrorism in Holland from 2004-2018
    November 2004: Theo van Gogh is murdered in Amsterdam by the Moroccan-Dutch salafist Mohammed Bouyeri.
    November 2004: In the Laakkwartier district in The Hague, a member of the radical-Islamic Hofstadgroup throws a handgrenade at agents where 3 agents are injured.
    December 2012: The AIVD prevents an attack by Al-Qaeda. This is stated in the 2013 annual plan for the service that Minister Plasterk of the Interior has sent to the House of Representatives
    July 2013: The AIVD prevents an attack in the Netherlands with the help of the American intelligence service NSA. This is stated in the annual report of the commission for the Intelligence and Security Services.
    October 2013: Syria ganger condemned Omar H. for making explosives. According to the court he wanted to participate in the international violent jihad, he participated in a training for terrorism and he was guilty of incitement.
    January 2015: Syria traveler Abderrazak A.O. throws a flammable liquid to two buildings at the Ceintuurbaan in Amsterdam. In front of the window of one of the buildings hung a poster of Charlie Hebdo, the French satirical weekly magazine where two weeks earlier a bloody terrorist attack had been committed.
    June 2015: The 41-year-old Abderrahim O., who would have contacts with IS sympathizers, is arrested with a bag of weapons and explosives. About his planned terror act he wrote in a WhatsApp message: I have everything ready. As many honorable dogs (Dutch people) as possible. The message contained a picture of a pipebomb and the text: They must feel what death is.
    November 2015: On the day that Paris was hit by a series of attacks, two friends of the terrorists, the 23-year-old Tunisian Sofien A. and the also 23-year-old Syrian Ossama K., travel with fake paper in a Eurolinesbus to The Netherlands to commit an attack on Schiphol Airport.
    April 2016: The police finds 45 kilos of Kalashnikov ammunition in Rotterdam, intended for a French terror cell.
    August 2016: Hasan A. arrested because he is riding around in Eindhoven with a balaclava. He plans attacks on the airbases Volkel and Leeuwarden, on an armygeneral and on Geert Wilders, Mark Rutte and Hans Teeuwen.
    December 2016: Jaoud A. is arrested in Rotterdam. He has a Kalashnikov, ammunition and explosives at home. According to justice, he could have made many victims. Due to the intervention of the police and secret service AIVD, there was a worse occurrence.
    June 2017: The Moroccan Khalid K. drives his car on bystanders in the Amsterdam where 8 people are injured. Some of the wounded appears to be of Israeli origin. The police immediately concluded that it was an ‘accident’ caused by the man having too low blood sugar levels. (?).
    December 2017: Yelingl of ‘Allahu Akbar’, the 29-year-old Syrian asylum seeker Saleh A. hits the windows of the Jewish restaurant HaCarmel in Amsterdam.
    May 2018: In The Hague, Syrian asylum seeker Malek F. stabs 3 people while yelling ‘Allahu Akbar’.
    June 2018: 2 Moroccan men, the 27-year-old Mouad M. and the 22-year-old Ahmed B., alias Salim A.T, are arrested in the Rotterdam district Bloemhof on suspicion they would have wanted to commit an attack on a police station and security services in the Netherlands.
    August 2018: At the Central Station in The Hague, a 26-year-old Pakistani was arrested who had announced in a video that he was going to kill Geert Wilders.
    September 2018: Jawed S, a 19-year-old Afghan with a German residence permit, stabbed 2 Americans down at Amsterdam CS.
    September 2018: 7 Muslim terrorists were arrested on 27.09.2018 in connection with the planning of a major terrorist attack in the Netherlands on a major event in which they wanted to make many victims. The men come from Arnhem (3), Rotterdam (2), Huissen (1) and Vlaardingen (1). The ages of the suspects vary from 21 to 34 years.
    So, this has happened in Holland. Most of the cases have been kept in silence because brave Dutch people could standing-up against those who allow these criminals to come and stay in Holland, once our believed country. Now is it the waste well from Europe!
    Hungarians, be proud of your government and the Fidesz-team that is making a great impression on people in other European countries. Those rebels in Brussels, supported of course by Satan Soros, will create a civilian war in the coming years.

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