Budapest, 2018. november 26. Orbán Viktor miniszterelnök azonnali kérdésre válaszol az Országgyûlés plenáris ülésén 2018. november 26-án. Mellette Semjén Zsolt miniszterelnök-helyettes. MTI/Balogh Zoltán

Hungary will answer in kind to political attacks, Government Spokesman Zoltán Kovács said on Wednesday, presenting to the press a mobile billboard saying “Hundreds have died in terrorist attacks since 2015 … but Guy Verhofstadt says: ‘we don’t have a migration crisis’. This is insane!”.

The billboard is a reaction to a mobile billboard campaign set to circulate around Brussels showing Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán with the legend, “first he took our money, now he wants to destroy Europe”.

The Hungarian billboard, which is mounted on a small truck, will be visible around Hungary and later in Brussels, Kovács said.

The truck is an “unequivocal message of our thoughts on migration and liberal migration policy.”

In the past few years, Hungarians have expressed clearly that they would not let Hungary become an immigration country at national consultation surveys, referendums and the general election, the spokesman said.

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Source: MTI

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  1. As usual: Hungary is right. See the situation in France, Belgium and maybe in Holland as well. As politicians refuse to listen to their own people they will face problems!
    The protests of the ‘yellow vests’ keep France in suspense. The protest movement for tax cuts and against Macron brought more than 100,000 people in France to the streets last weekend. In the context of the protests huge policeviolence led to the 4th fatal victim. In the meantime more and more police officers and firefighters declare their solidarity with the demonstrators. A message about the beginning of the 3rd week of the ‘French Spring’ on 08.12.2018 when demonstrators want to move Macron out of his office where the demonstration of the ‘yellow vests’ for the Élysée palace in Paris should take place. As evidenced by a message to sympathizers of the movement, Macron, symbol of the unrealistic politics of the French elites, must be chased away. The new goal of the protest is a response to the French President’s statement: If you do not want me, you must get me out of the Elysée Palace! Meanwhile, on 01.12.2018, Macron held discussions with his Minister of Interior Affairs as well as with high security advisers. On 05.12.2018 a new negotiation attempt would take place with elected representatives of the movement. On 06.12.2018 the French parliament will debate the ‘yellow vests’ protest. The ‘yellow vests’ categorically reject the hand to be taken by one or another party. Their elected representatives are ordinary people. Their demands include not only tax reductions but also the resignation of Macron, binding referenda and the abolition of the French Senate. Not only the left political parties are rejected by the people, but also the right. When Nicolas Dupont-Aignan of the sovereignty party DLF tried to fraternise in a talkshow with the ‘yellow vests’, a spokesperson of the’ yellow vests’ answered him with the words: ‘We cannot hear your political debates anymore!’ The protest against the French elites also passed to the authorities last weekend. In Marseille when policemen took off their helmets and declared their solidarity with the demonstrators. During a sworn in of firefighters they turned their backs on the mayor and walked away. In an interview with TV channel RT, the chief of the police union VIGI, Alexandre Langlois, announced that the majority of policemen support the ‘yellow vests’. In polls, 65% of the French still support the protests of the ‘yellow vests’, even though 85% said they rejected violence. Meanwhile, in Marseille where police-officers killed an 80-year-old woman in her home with a tear gas grenade in her face. The woman died in the hospital, but the ‘yellow vests’ are not intimidated by the enormous repression, they continue. ‘Yellow vests’ protests pass to the Netherlands, Belgium and Germany – soon also in Austria? In Belgium, the Netherlands, Italy and Germany, street and traffic blockades already took place analogously to the ‘yellow vests’. Given the agreement of the Austrian government with the UN refugee pact, it is probably only a matter of time until such protests will also take place in Austria. However you are faced with the protests of the ‘yellow vests’, they are a clear signal that the political conflict lines no longer run between left and right. It is now much more about a conflict between the people and the unrealistic elites who no longer take into account the interests of the people

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