Interview

Interview with Tom Van Grieken

Close the Borders!

Belgian politicians refused to admit that muslim immigrants have been building closed, parallel societies, says Tom Van Grieken. According to the president of Flemish Interest (Vlaams Belang) national borders in the European Union must be protected. 

 

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What made these attacks possible while Brussels is on the highest terror alert level for months now?

It is early to draw conclusions and I will wait for the results of the investigation. It is however not too early to point out that attacks like this are partly made possible by the lack of border controls, just like the ones in Paris last year. We don’t know who comes in, or who leaves our country. (…)

 

You suggest to close the borders immediately, would this be avoidable if the external borders were closed?

No. I firmly believe that every nation has a right to control and choose who they let in their country and who they don’t. A nation without borders is no nation at all. Controls at the external border of Europe don’t change that fact. (…)

 

What do these events say about the credibility, legitimacy of EU leaders Martin Schulz and Jean-Claude Juncker? They were making decisions, propagated immigration in the name of those, who were killed.

Those who propagated the mass influx of Muslims are certainly partly responsible for what happened. However, as I stated earlier, the problems already were there before the recent asylum crisis. The fact that the debate about Islam and mass immigration was paralyzed for such a long time allowed this to happen right under our noses.

Read the full interview in Hungarian and English on Magyar Hírlap Online!

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