This is why the Green Party of Hungary is going nowhere. They just don’t get it…and never will.

This is why the Green Party of Hungary is going nowhere.  They just don’t get it…and never will.

This is why the Green Party of Hungary is going nowhere. They just don’t get it…and never will.

The Greens may yearn for the multicult “way of life” of Sweden and France, but mainstream Hungarians do not, which may explain why Fidesz is polling over 50% while the Greens are perennial bottom dwellers.

– Peter Ungar, an MP for the Hungarian Green Party, conveniently rehashes (he’s not very original; he sounds like Verhofstadt) the same tired, old jargon heard from many proponents of open borders and multicult. How many times does one need to hear this ridiculous theory:

“According to the right, mass migration is a threat to European life because it has the potential to smuggle in political Islam. But this would only make any sense at all for countries with large numbers of Muslim migrants. Yet the loudest warnings against this perceived threat come from the central European ‘Visegrád Four’ (V4) countries – the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia – where Muslim migration is practically non-existent. So why does this threat exercise them so much?”

* It’s pretty simple if one can grasp reality. The Visegrad states are against mass migration from alien cultures – despite the lack of Muslim migrants in their countries – precisely because they see the results of mass migration in Western Europe and the devastating effect it has had in its way of life.

They realize that once flooded – like Germany, France, Belgium, UK, etc. – it may already be too late to reverse the damage.

Hence, it makes perfect sense for the loudest warnings against this potential and real threat to come from the central European ‘Visegrád Four’ (V4) countries – the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia – where Muslim migration is practically non-existent.

Does this Hungarian Green believe that the UK, France and Belgium are now in a good position to combat multicult and political Islam? How do they intend to do this, considering the large numbers (and growing) already settled in those countries? Does it not make more sense to prevent a fire, rather than trying to put it out?

Maybe France thinks “integration” can be a success, even though no EU state with a large Muslim minority has had success with integration. In truth, these parallel societies have already been established in many parts of Western Europe and it is already too late for prevention; instead, they are forced to hope that it all works out…depending on adherents to an alien culture that often seek to dominate, not integrate. Good luck with that.

The Visegrad states took the opposite approach and exercised “preventive action” to discourage the type of environment that nourishes multicult, “home grown” extremism and political Islam.

The point is that Visegrad does not want a large number of Muslim migrants…and the many problems associated (NoGoZones, citizen jihadists, etc.) with multicult for a number of very good reasons.

Unfortunately, prevention is no longer a choice available to many states in Western Europe. Who really controls their fate?

The best way to stop multicult and political Islam is to prevent it from entering one’s house in the first place…before it takes on a life of its own.

So, yes, Visegrad is spot on to control this “threat”…before it controls them.

https://www.spiked-online.com/2019/11/18/the-migration-debate-isnt-really-about-migrants/