Last Tuesday Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán and Austrian Chancellor Christian Kern met for talks on the EU’s migration policies. Afterwards they held a joint press conference about the issues.
The brief video below features a succinct summary by Mr. Orbán of Hungarian policy, which is the polar opposite of that promoted by the imperial center in Brussels.
Many thanks to CrossWare for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:
|0:14||All the documents released by European Commission always contend|
|0:22||that to solve the European economic and demographic challenges|
|0:26||we need people from outside,|
|0:29||who come in and settle in Europe.|
|0:33||This is a common standpoint from the European Commission.|
|0:36||I am one of the few Prime Ministers who disagree with that.|
|0:40||Not in Europe’s name of course, because I do not have the right to do that, but for Hungary I do!|
|0:47||Hungary does not need a single migrant. Thus, for the Hungarian economy to work,|
|0:52||for the Hungarian population to subsist, for Hungary to have a future,|
|0:55||for that, we do not need a single migrant.|
|0:58||The civilian organizations outside the state can help…