January 19, 2018
Hungary is crafting legislation aimed at tackling so-called ‘civil society’ groups which aid and abet mass migration, including a special tax on their operations and restraining orders for bad actors.
Dubbed ‘Stop Soros’ after billionaire financier, mass migration advocate, and convicted insider trader George Soros, the package of measures is designed to impede the activities of foreign-funded NGOs helping to organise and assist illegal immigrants in their attempts to travel through Europe.
“The government of Hungary takes the position that illegal mass immigration is a problem that affects Europe as a whole and poses serious security risks,” reads a statement provided to Breitbart London.
“The Hungarian government opposes illegal immigration through every means possible. We need to improve the security of citizens. Our aim is that Europe should continue to be the best place on Earth to live. In the spirit of this endeavour, the government has presented [this] package of bills to Parliament.”
This article was posted: Friday, January 19, 2018 at 7:46 am