Hungary should be expelled from the European Union because it has refused to go along with the mass nonwhite invasion of Europe, the foreign minister of Luxembourg has announced.
In an interview with the Die Welt newspaper, Jean Asselborn—a member of the extreme left Socialist Workers Party—said that Hungary was treating the invaders “worse than wild animals.”
“We cannot accept [Hungary’s] violation of the fundamental values of the European Union,” Asselborn said.
“The fence which the Hungarians have built in order to deter refugees is getting longer, higher, and more dangerous. Hungary is not far away from ordering the shooting of refugees. Anyone who wants to get over the fence must expect the worst,” he continued.
“Whoever builds such fences against war refugees, as Hungary as done, or who violates freedom of the press and the independence of the judiciary, should be excluded temporarily, or if need be, forever from the EU,” he said.
The EU could not tolerate such “misconduct” from Hungary, and expelling that country is the “only way to preserve the cohesion and values of the European Union.”
He added that today, Hungary “wouldn’t have a chance of becoming an EU member anymore.”
He also called for a change in the EU treaty which required unanimity for EU membership suspension, saying it would be “helpful” if this were no longer the case. Asselborn’s admission in this regard is an indication that his call would not be supported by Hungary’s Eastern European allies.
In its official response, the Hungarian government issued a statement by Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó in which he said that “only Hungarians themselves have the right to decide who they wish to live with.”
Szijjártó added that “in the past Jean Asselborn has already shown himself to be an intellectual lightweight,” and that from his words one can easily tell that this “sermonizing, pompous, and frustrated” individual lives just a few kilometers from Brussels.
“Asselborn works tirelessly to destroy Europe’s security and culture. In stark contrast, over the course of its history Hungary has always defended Europe—as it is doing now. On October 2 Hungarians will express their opinion on illegal migration, and Brussels’s quota package,” he said, referring to the referendum set for that date in Hungary.
Meanwhile, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbân has added fuel to the fire by announcing that the invader boats should be sunk at sea before they even reach Europe’s shores.
Speaking at a meeting this week where he was campaigning for a “no” vote in the October referendum, Orbân said that Europeans should “first help Christian people before Islamic people,” and that if “Europe wants the best for itself, and it really wants to build a united army, it should be able to rule the Mediterranean, and—as the old Roman emperors did—sink the empty, unauthorized ships.”
“It’s only logical that if we invite the refugees, they will come. Migration will have great consequences in Europe and in this situation we Europeans haven’t even decided what we want.
“Our real problem is Brussels, not the migrants. We should decide if we want separate nations or a united Europe,” he said.
“I hope with the Hungarian referendum we set an example for the rest of Europe and after the EU election next Spring a new elite will lead the EU institutions instead of the current elite of nihilists, including Juncker, Verhofstadt, and Schultz.”
Admitting that Britain’s momentous Brexit vote was significant, he went on: “Britain’s decision to leave the EU is an opportunity. Who is this EU elite that has been rejected by a huge country with a population of 65 million people?
“The political war based on the topic of migration is a great opportunity for both parties.
“For them, it is a great chance to destroy the Europe that is based on the conception of Christianity and nationality; to completely alter the ethnic-based foundations of the EU.
“They know that Muslims will never vote for a party with Christian roots, so with the huge volume of Muslims the conservative parties will be crowded out of power.
“But this war is also a great opportunity for the supporters of the nation states with Christian roots,” he added.
With the October 2nd referendum likely to produce a massive “no” vote, the inevitable showdown between the Eastern European nations and the liberal Western elite is drawing ever nearer, and it seems increasingly unlikely that the EU can survive in its present form.