UN: EU Must Not Send “Asylum Seekers” to Hungary

In what is a resounding success for the policies of the Hungarian government, the United Nations has officially called on European Union member states to suspend sending Third Worlders pretending to be asylum seekers to Hungary.

The unprecedented U.N. announcement came in the wake of the Hungarian parliament passing a law which mandates that all invaders who claim asylum in Hungary can be kept in a “container city” camp surrounded by razor wire while their applications are being processed.
The new law, which came into effect on March 28, was adopted by legislators from the ruling Fidesz party, and was supported by the nationalist Jobbik party.
“The situation for asylum seekers in Hungary, which was already of deep concern to UNHCR (United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees), has only gotten worse since the new law introducing mandatory detention for asylum seekers came into effect,” said Filippo Grandi, the UN High Commissioner for Refugees, in a statement.
According to the European Union’s “Dublin Agreement,” member states are allowed to send back would-be refugees to the first safe country they reached on their journey to the bloc, and should be returned there if necessary.
“I urge states to suspend any Dublin transfer of asylum seekers to this country until the Hungarian authorities bring their practices and policies in line with European and international law,” Grandi added.
According to the statement, as of April 7, there were 110 invaders held in the container city.
Hungary has already deployed thousands of “border hunters” along the country’s southern borders to halt the nonwhite invasion of Europe, sparked by German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s 2015 abrogation of the Dublin Agreement.
Invaders caught crossing that country after breaking through the fence are immediately classed as criminal illegal aliens, and deported.
However, under EU rules, Hungary is obligated to consider asylum applications made in that country. This means that any invader who asks for asylum, must be given the chance to make his or her case.
The new law allows for this to continue—but clamps down on the freedom of movement the invaders have while their applications are considered.
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban said the measures were necessary because the invasion was causing terrorism, and that most were absconding while their applications were being considered.
Very few, if any, of the asylum applications are granted—on the completely correct grounds that the individuals have crossed many safe countries before getting to Hungary, and therefore are no longer “refugees” in any sense of the word.

This fact, along with the building of Hungary’s border fence, and the creation of the container city holding center, has almost completely eliminated the invasion of Hungary—proof that the invasion can be stopped if the political will exists to do so.