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Old 14-09-2018, 03:19 PM   #38
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Default Hungary, art. 7, Sargentini

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban has opposed the mandatory mass migration policy of the EU and said in a recent interview:
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We believe that a large number of Muslims inevitably leads to parallel societies, because Christian and Muslim society will never unite.
Hungary’s PM Orban, who once campaigned against the Communist oppression in Hungary, has allied himself with other politicians that oppose mass migration, like Italy’s interior minister Matteo Salvini.

That’s obviously a violation of the so-called “European values”, so Dutch member of the EU, Judith Sargentini, compiled a report to trigger article 7. The report indicates 12 “problem areas” in Hungary, including: the rights of migrants and refugees, rights of minorities (including Roma and Jews), independence of the judiciary, freedom of expression, and corruption.
The European parliament also alleged misuse of EU funds by Orbán’s son-in-law.

MEPs from the European People’s Party, turned against Orban and voted for punishing Hungary. Its leader Manfred Weber hopes to become the next European Commission president.
In an unprecedented move, the proposal was approved by 448 votes to 197, with 48 abstentions. To be adopted, the proposal required an absolute majority of members (376) and two thirds of the votes cast.
This has resulted in a temporary loss of EU Council voting rights for Hungary.

Viktor Orban spoke in the European Parliament before the vote:
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Hungary will be condemned because Hungarians have decided their country is not going to be a country of migrants.
Poland is also facing the article 7 procedure.

Hungarian foreign minister, Péter Szijjártó, denounced the vote with:
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Today’s European Parliament decision was nothing else but a petty revenge of pro-immigration politicians against Hungary.
https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/201...y-undermining/
(archived here: http://archive.is/nmliD)


Amnesty International's (funded by George Soros) expert on “human rights” in the EU, Berber Biala-Hettinga, hailed the vote as "historic", because this makes clear that mass migration is “not up for negotiation".

Besides the involved politricksters from the EU and Hungary, Israel’s favourite Dutch politician, Geert Wilders, got the most media attention and tweeted after the vote:
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Hungary is the example for all EU countries and Orban is a hero and deserves the Nobel Prize.
https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-45498514


Do NOT look into the many corruption scandals that involve the Order of Garter, like for example the Spanish Royal dictators: https://forum.davidicke.com/showthread.php?t=322380


The Dutch MEP who spearheaded the vote, Judith Sargentini, was applauded by many MEPs after the vote.



I never cared much for people that are hip or popular…
When I was in high school from 1986-1992 on the Spinoza Lyceum in Amsterdam, there were a couple of students in my class that I found disgusting. One of these was none other than Miss Judith Sargentini (these days the applauded member of the EU Parliament for GroenLinks).

I despised most of my teachers; the teacher I respected most was economy teacher De Vries. He only taught the regular economy topic about half the time. The rest of the time he spent telling us on the corruption of the Dutch government and about our high school. In the summer, he sometimes bought us ice cream from the school cafeteria.
He explained that art subsidies are a total fraud, where the most worthless art gets subsidised and the Dutch government stores these ugly pieces in some buildings.

He regularly called one of our rectors, geography teacher, De Groot (he also had some rank in the army) the “snake with the blue eyes” and a paedophile, probably in his 50s at the time, because his boyfriend was a former student of the Spinoza Lyceum and a little more than 20 years old.
He also called history teacher Gijs (?) Korthof, who was also involved in local politics for the PvdA party (Labour) in Amsterdam, probably in his 50s at the time a paedophile for having an affair with Judith Sargentini (15/16 years old at the time).
The age of consent in the Netherlands is 16; so maybe legally this wasn’t even paedophilia.
For some reason Korthof always gave Miss Sargentini top grades…
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