“European people are paralysed by fear, either from right wing populist parties, incitement, hate and what we are capable of, or they are afraid of “them”, the “strangers”. Reticence about the real problems leads to a collective suicide, unless it faces resistance. The more Europe waits to use its common sense, the more leaders and opinion makers wait with articulating problems, the rougher the resistance will be.” (…)
“The peaceful majority doesn’t want to live in fear, the majority – as we see in France – is increasingly angry and less interested in accepting the explanations of the government.”
Read the whole article in Hungarian on Magyar Hírlap Online!