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A múlt embere “Martin Schulz a múlt embere, azt a politikát képviseli, amely a jelen problémáit okozta” – így beszélt az Európai Parlament korábbi elnökéről, a német szociáldemokraták jelenlegi kancellárjelöltjéről Szijjártó Péter, amikor a szociáldemokrata politikus ezredjére is nekiment Magyarországnak a menekültkvóták miatt. Szijjártó szerint „Schulz megpróbálta megzsarolni azt, aki megvédi”, amikor az uniós források… Continue reading Man of the Past (Hungarian)
The Starting Point is Border Control ”We have to guarantee that those who arrive in Europe are real refugees, not illegal migrants”, the group leader of the European People’s Party, Manfred Weber emphasised to Magyar Hírlap. According to the Bavarian CSU’s politician, border control is the first step and after that everybody has to contribute.… Continue reading Interview with Manfred Weber
“Angela Merkel recently admitted that militant groups smuggled several of their members among the migrants to Europe. Of course, if she says that, it’s still news – but here, and probably at the German secret services it’s obvious since the beginning of last year. There are still a couple of taboos to break, but at… Continue reading Merkel’s Taboos (Summary)
“Everyone I talked to in Berlin agreed that a striking feature of AfD is the support it enjoys among the educated middle class: professors, doctors, entrepreneurs, lawyers, people who know exactly when to say Frau Doktor and are themselves often Herr Doktor, if not Herr Professor”, according to an article in The Guardian, which is… Continue reading Project Europe
Europe is in trouble. It’s obvious from the Greek shores to the artic circle. Whether we experience the influx of migrants from outside of Europe as an invasion or as a cry for help of unfortunate people who would deserve a better life – this is, we can say, a matter of taste. The “Cologne… Continue reading Gott mit uns!
Europe’s right wing, people’s party politicians, except for the radicals, are cowards, they don’t dare to represent the opinion of their own voters because of the terror of political correctness. The straight consequence of this might be that their voters will leave them, said László Kövér, Speaker of the Hungarian Parliament on Echo Tv. It’s… Continue reading The 24th Hour