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Hungary's Prime Minister: 'All the terrorists are migrants'

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(NaturalNews) It's a choice of words that many are intentionally taking out of context because it fits their narrow-minded agenda. And yet no one has stepped up to refute it in any factually meaningful way.

In recent days Viktor Orban, the Hungarian prime minister whose country is currently in the path of a flood of Middle Eastern migrants, made liberals' heads explode when he uttered a truth that, again, no one has been able to refute:

"Of course it's not accepted, but the factual point is that all the terrorists are basically migrants. The question is when they migrated to the European Union."

Now, you'll notice he did not say, "All migrants are terrorists." In fact, just the opposite – that the terrorists who have made their way into eastern and western Europe in recent years migrated there, some with premeditated jihadi intentions, as evidenced by the ISIS-connected attacks in Paris recently.

What's also true is that ISIS itself is using the refugee crisis to infiltrate its operatives into Europe and, eventually – if President Obama gets his way – into the U.S., despite the recent attack in San Bernardino, Calif., by Muslim extremists.

But in this day and age of hyper-liberalism bordering on Marxism, any mention of any concerns about terrorists who are members of a protected ethnic group (e.g. Muslims) gets roundly criticized by knee-jerk respondents who aren't thinking with their heads.

'Can't deny the fact'

Still, as a leader responsible for implementing security policies to protect his people, Orban is much more of a realist than his critics would like him to be. As reported by Politico, while sitting in his office at the Hungarian parliament recently, Orban pointed toward the Danube River, reflecting that, in another era, Turks followed the river into the heart of Europe.

Politico reported further:

"Behind Orban hang two maps: One shows a short stretch of Hungary's border with Croatia and another gives a panoramic view of the Balkans toward Turkey, from where hundreds of thousands of migrants have made their way north this year.

"In a wide-ranging 90-minute interview a week after the Paris terrorist attacks, Orban lays out his prescriptions for Europe's ailments: An impenetrable external border to boost security and save the Schengen treaty on passport-less travel within the EU; a new EU constitutional convention that strengthens the power of nation states and weakens Brussels; and normalized relations with Russia."

With Paris still fresh in his mind, Orban was rational in his observations, noting especially the "overwhelming logical" connection between rising incidents of terrorism on the continent, and the link to mass migration out of the war-torn and radicalized Middle East, and not just in the past few months but in recent decades. To him and many Europeans, that is just "an obvious fact" whether "you like it or not."

Not racism, reality

"The majority of our leaders in the West deny the fact," he said. Such denial of the "obvious," which he correctly blamed on out-of-control political correctness, is destabilizing Europe (and the U.S.), by boosting "the gap between the leaders and the people."

Even if some European leaders are not fans of Orban, his criticism of the European Union's migration policy has nonetheless changed the tone, flavor and tenor of the debate. As many are furiously warning about serious upticks in terrorism around the continent, Orban is serving once more as the icon of the European right, and he is offering advice and policy prescriptions that are hard to ignore.

As Politico noted further:

"Linking terror to migration, Orban says the 'number one job' after Paris is 'to defend the borders and to control who is coming in.' NATO and EU countries are 'at war' with Islamists in the Middle East and Afghanistan, and, he says, 'it's quite logical' that 'enemies' would seek to send fighters with migrants coming into Europe."

"All of them present a security threat because we don't know who they are. If you allow thousands or millions of unidentified persons into your house, the risk of ... terrorism will significantly increase," he said.

Someone with some clout should tell Obama that his own FBI director has also said it's impossible to vet these refugees.

That's not racist; that's reality.





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