HUNGARY SAYS NO! Refuses to sign Marrakesh Declaration that will massively increase legal immigration to the EU from the Middle East and African nations. Hungary on Wednesday refused to endorse a statement on migration adopted at a Euro-African ministerial conference in Marrakesh, the foreign minister said, calling the document “an extremely pro-migration statement that goes against Hungary’s interests”.
Even more unbelievable, EU countries such as Sweden have described these mostly Muslim freeloaders, rapists, and jihadists posing as immigrants as “desirable, enriching, and inevitable.”
A stated goal of the declaration is: “Facilitate orderly, safe, regular and responsible migration and mobility of people, including through the implementation of planned and well-managed migration policies”.
The only deterrent in the declaration as such is aimed at combating migrant smuggling and trafficking in human beings, which are two
serious forms of organised crime under international law, everything else can be seen as facilitating and encouraging mass migration. Everything else seems to facilitate mass immigration.
Hungary however has ingeniously devised a way to keep all the immigrants out of its country.
Hopefully other countries like Poland and so on, will follow the example of Hungary to set the fence inside their country and then move the illegals outside of the fence but still in Hungary. Smith predicted an explosion from 9 million to over 200 million by 2050. The end of the EU by 2060.
Ireland alone has planned to spend 160 Billion Euros to import 1 Million by 2040 – clearly Ireland does not have such funds… EU and its sponsoring Oligarchs and Multinationals do…
The so-called Rabat Process launched over a decade ago has “strayed from its original path”, from Marrakesh after taking part in the Fifth Euro-African Ministerial Conference on Migration and Development.
The original goal of the Rabat Process was to STOP the flow of migrants from Africa to Europe through the sensible use of European funds, a Hungarian minister said.
Szijjarto said the document endorsed at the conference was the exact opposite and an “extremely pro-migration declaration” that sought to “further inspire migration” and create new migration routes instead of focusing on how migration can be stopped altogether.
“This statement is completely against the interests of Hungary and Europe,” Szijjarto said, adding that Wednesday’s debate in Marrakesh was another one in a line of international debates “signalling an alarming process”. The minister said that in the debates on migration, the views of the African countries were becoming more and more dominant, while the European countries were giving up their own interests.
Szijjarto said the African countries in question saw migration as the engine of economic growth, the foundation of global prosperity and a process that should be managed and organised rather than stopped. He said European countries, too, had started to adopt this position, giving up the interests of their citizens and ignoring the security risks of migration.
“We will not be complicit in this and will firmly challenge the European intention to change the composition of the continent’s population,” Szijjarto said.
The minister added that Europe’s endorsement of migration constituted “selling out the continent’s culture and security”, which he said Hungary would not support.
Szijjarto called on European institutions not to commit to any decisions regarding migration until next year’s European parliamentary elections, arguing that doing so would be “deeply anti-democratic”. The European people need to be granted the right to decide for themselves what they think about the future of the continent, he said.
The declaration was signed by AUSTRIA, BELGIUM, BENIN, BULGARIA, BURKINA FASO, CABO VERDE, CAMEROON, CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC, CHAD, CONGO, CÔTE D’IVOIRE, CROATIA, CYPRUS, CZECH REPUBLIC, DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF THE CONGO, DENMARK, EQUATORIAL GUINEA, ESTONIA, FINLAND, FRANCE, GABON, GAMBIA, GERMANY, GHANA, GREECE, GUINEA, GUINEA-BISSAU, IRELAND, ITALY, LATVIA, LIBERIA, LITHUANIA, LUXEMBOURG, MALI, MALTA, MAURITANIA, MOROCCO, NETHERLANDS, NIGER, NIGERIA, NORWAY, POLAND, PORTUGAL, ROMANIA, SÃO TOMÉ AND PRÍNCIPE, SENEGAL, SIERRA LEONE, SLOVAKIA, SLOVENIA, SPAIN, SWEDEN, SWITZERLAND, TOGO, TUNISIA and UNITED KINGDOM; High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy and European Commissioner for Migration, Home Affairs and Citizenship; and high representatives of the Economic Community of West African States Commission ; and Algeria and Libya as observer countries.
The meeting was held from 2nd May 2018 in Marrakesh