The European Union is still not focusing on protecting its external borders for the security of the European people, but rather on mandatory redistribution; there may also be Hamas militants among the migrants coming from the current conflict–warned the Prime Minister’s Chief Security Advisor on public M1 news channel on Thursday morning.
According to György Bakondi, the new wave of terrorist acts shows that the warnings of the serious domestic security effects of illegal migration were very realistic:
it is an objective fact that illegal migration and terrorism go hand in hand.
He said that the new migration pact before the European Parliament (EP) would like to be adopted quickly because the current situation is causing fear among the European people, and during next year’s European Union elections, ‘these fears may reach a level where the intention to change the composition of the European Parliament emerges.’
The mass, organized, violent incursion of unknown individuals into the EU is not a humanitarian issue, as it is portrayed in Western Europe, but rather a threat to sovereignty and domestic security, the chief advisor nailed down. He added that those who support uncontrolled immigration act for ideological or political reasons, and recalled that ‘there was a Soros plan’ which foresaw the taking in by Europe of one million immigrants, and according to fresh UN data, last year, exactly one million illegal migrants arrived in Europe. The consistent implementation of the Soros plan poses a serious threat, Bakondi concluded.
He believes that the political consideration behind the imposition of illegal migration on member states is that these masses quickly gain citizenship, form a voter base, and ‘obviously they will not vote for conservative Christian parties.’ He also opined that the recent wave of terrorist acts in Western Europe is connected with the unprecedented attack of Hamas on Israel. Recalling the perpetrator of the Brussels terrorist act committed earlier this week, he noted that he is a Tunisian citizen who had been staying illegally in Belgium for three years and was allegedly under the supervision of the intelligence services. ‘Suddenly he had this idea, pulled out an AK-47 machine gun, and executed two Swedish football fans on the street,’ Bakondi commented sarcastically. He added that it has also emerged that deportation rulings are usually mailed to the illegal migrants’ address, but the one issued to the Tunisian terrorist ‘was delivered to his address, but unfortunately he was not at home.’ As a result, he stayed in Belgium illegally for another three years. Bakondi asserted that this is a typical case of a sleeper agent.
In a radio programme on public Kossuth radio also this morning Bakondi stated that since 2015, the Hungarian government has consistently taken the position that ‘mass illegal migration is not a good thing,’ and
it should be handled as a matter of sovereignty and domestic security.
Many facts show that illegal immigration and the large number of Muslims inside are the breeding ground for the serious consequences of immigration, the chief advisor said. He emphasized that Hungary participates in ‘all police and secret service cooperation aimed at preventing terrorist acts, investigating, and breaking up human smugglers.’ They also do everything in their power to ‘prevent the creation of a large population in which terrorists can blend.’
There is no information that would suggest the existence of a terrorism threat in Hungary, Bakondi added. He reiterated that in Hungary it is not allowed to demonstrate in support of acts of terrorism, and effective border protection guarantees the security of the Hungarian people.
Sources: Hungarian Conservative/M1/Kossuth Radio/MTI