EU Threatens Punishment for Hungary if They Refuse to be Swamped by Gang-Raping Terrorists

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
April 13, 2017

Hungary was banking on a MAGA revolution to remove the threat of the EU program of European destruction.


Too bad, Hungary.

Things are tough all over.

At least you have the option of allying with Russia.


The European Union (EU) told Hungary and Poland they face legal action if their populist governments continue refusing to take a share of illegal immigrants from the third world.

Warsaw and Budapest have strongly opposed the bloc’s migration scheme, which seeks to move 160,000 people from Italy and Greece into other EU nations. Fewer than 20,000 people have been resettled so far even though the programme is due to end in September this year.

“If Member States do not increase their relocations soon, the Commission will not hesitate to make use of its powers … for those which have not complied,” the bloc’s executive arm said in a statement.

Italy, along with Germany, Sweden, Austria, and France have been vocal in demanding the EU cut subsidies to Hungary and Poland for the countries’ refusal to welcome migrants.

The European Commission had proposed to punish states unwilling to host migrants, but Reuters reports that officials in Brussels are split on whether to open legal proceedings against Hungary and Poland.

Whilst some believe the former Communist nations should be punished for “undermining the bloc’s solidarity”, others argue that action would have to be taken against almost every nation in the EU state since so many cut corners on various agreements. according to the news agency.

Hungary has filed a lawsuit against the legality of the relocation scheme, insisting that it is culturally and constitutionally unreasonable to impose asylum seekers on unwilling member states. A hearing is due on 10 May.

Referring to policies of importing large numbers of people from the third world, Orbán has previously stated that Hungary and other countries in Central Europe “have had the opportunity to learn from Western Europe’s mistakes.

The question here is: if Hungary takes the migrants, will Germany pay for the necessary cement barriers to keep them from running people over with trucks?

Because one of the main reasons that people don’t want migrants in their country is that it is hard to avoid being run over with an attack truck.

Germany’s genius cement barrier scheme has been proven to be incapable of stopping trucks, but none the less it is good, because maybe somehow it will stop the trucks.