It took 5 years and the constant loss of popularity of the left-liberal forces to realize that Viktor Orbán is right about migration. The stakes are not small, as they may lose the opportunity to govern in more countries in the next election. In Italy, for example, Salvini's chances are very good, so the left, realizing the self-made trap of lies, is now beginning to understand that what they have been pushing for half a decade is far from the interests of Europeans facing irresponsible "Willkommenspolitik" : rape, delay, terrorist attacks, street riots, dirt, epidemics, livelihood crime, complete lack of will to integrate.
According to current plans, the European Commission will present its new proposal for a European asylum and migration policy in September.
"Europe cannot take in all the refugees in the world. That is why we need to work with the countries that host asylum seekers, "EU Home Affairs Commissioner Ylva Johansson said on Tuesday.
According to current plans, the European Commission will present its new proposal for a European asylum and migration policy in September. But based on the details revealed at the press conference following the videoconference of European interior ministers, it seems very much that the EU migration policy is moving in exactly the direction that the Hungarian government has wanted to steer for years.
Representative Commissioner Johansson and the German government holding the rotating EU presidency, German Interior Minister Horst Seehofer also emphasized the need to: strengthen the external dimension of EU migration policy
against the root causes of migration
seek partnerships with countries with large numbers of refugees or migrants going to Europe to eradicate international human trafficking networks.
To this end, a summit will be held next week in Italy, attended by representatives of the EU institutions and Member States, as well as the governments of the North African countries concerned. One week later, politicians from EU and Balkan countries will consult in Vienna on the Balkan migration route. "
Viktor Orbán: Europe is in retreat
The Foundation for Civil Hungary held an online international conference entitled "Europe Uncensored". The event was attended by Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić, Slovenian Prime Minister Janez Jansa and François-Xavier Bellamy, Member of the European Parliament for the French Republicans.
Conference chair François-Xavier Bellamy spoke of this crisis as a moment of decision. According to the MEP, we can find our way again and our common principles to give citizens the opportunity to decide on their future. He stated that the opportunity for dialogue must be regained because that is the essence of democracy.
Vucic: It is a difficult time for the whole of Europe
Aleksandar Vucic began his speech on the coronavirus by saying that an epidemic can change a lot. He added that the coronavirus has transformed a lot of things in the world.
"This is a very difficult time for the whole of Europe, as a major economic downturn could ensue"
said Vucic, adding that small businesses need to be protected because it is vital to win the future.
He said he was still with us about the recurrence of the migration crisis. According to Vucic, there is a need for closer cooperation on security issues between European countries. He stated that although they did not agree with Hungary on the issue of migration in several areas, mutual respect remained.
Vucic also talked about the decision made at the beginning of the coronavirus crisis that Serbia did not belong to Europe because they could not buy health equipment from the west. He recalled that he had asked China for help at the time and received the biggest attack from the liberal media, while his opinion was not even sought.
The Serbian president said he had learned a lot from Viktor Orbán in strengthening the economy.
He said of the EU, it must become the strongest in the world, not only in terms of living standards, but also in terms of political strength. Not only do we need the Union, but the Union also needs more countries in the Western Balkans, he added. “Europe has a good opportunity to become the best place in the world,” Vucic said.
Jansa: Brexit had a big impact
Slovenian Prime Minister Janez Jansa said at the beginning of his speech that he thought an uncensored conversation was needed in these times.
“We are living in the COVID era, but nevertheless Brexit has and has had the biggest impact on Europe in the last 15 years,” he said. He added that Brexit had significantly shifted the balance within the union.
He also said that there was a golden age in Europe around 2004 with the big enlargement, but now the reality is visible. The adoption of the European constitution and its rejection in several countries was a great failure, and then came the economic crisis, the effects of which are still being felt today, Jansa said.
Janez Jansa said global institutions, including the WHO, the UN and the EU, had failed at the start of the pandemic. "The Union looked like Europe in the Middle Ages," he said.
The Slovenian Prime Minister is confident that the EU crisis management package will be successful and will be agreed.
The most important thing is to defeat the virus, and as long as there is no vaccine, you need to create an application to track the virus that does not work on a completely voluntary basis, Jansa said. He added that this needs to be coordinated between European countries, because if this does not happen, each country will look for solutions separately.
Janez Jansa stated that the EU's borders must be equal to the Schengen borders, so Romania, Croatia and Bulgaria must join the zone.
“Ideologically, cultural Marxism is the biggest threat to the EU,” he said. He added that the offensive of cultural Marxism in the media is huge. According to Jansa, whoever acts against the offensive is classified as a fascist, more united action is needed against cultural Marxism. The stakes here are much greater than the future of the union, Jansa said.
Janez Jansa stated that if there is no population, if there is no population, if there are no Europeans, then everything is lost. Addressing demographic issues is a strategic challenge for the future, he warned.
Families need to be protected and comprehensive policies are needed. Only properly managed migration can provide a solution to demographic challenges, the Slovenian Prime Minister said.
Viktor Orbán: Europe is in retreat
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said that without Serbia's EU membership, the security of the continent could not be guaranteed.
According to the prime minister, Europe is in retreat, performing worse than it has been thirty years ago. At the time, the fertility rate was 1.8, while today it is only 1.5, and the number of marriages is steadily declining, he detailed.
Viktor Orbán pointed out that Europe is also spending less and less on security, and that the EU's weight in the world economy has also fallen from 25 to 15 percent.
According to the prime minister, the balance of nations within the union has changed dramatically with the departure of the British. The weight of the Germans has increased significantly, and today they can save Europe again, he added.
He also talked about how the union has moved from crisis to crisis over the last 22 years. And the biggest problem is that none of them have been handled well by the EU, he added.
According to Viktor Orbán, the union cannot solve its own problems, but at the same time it wants to solve the problems of the world. He tells others what to do, but he should solve his own problems first, he said.
In the debate on the future of Europe, many take a liberal stance, while the other concept is in favor of protecting the Christian heritage. "How can the two parts of Europe be held together in this way?" Viktor Orbán asked.
The West cannot force its view on the East, and vice versa, the Hungarian prime minister said.
He said that the EU budget has always been agreed and that a compromise is needed again. We need to manage the budget and the next generation fund together. The latter is a loan and its distribution must be flexible and fair, he stressed.
Viktor Orbán said Europe had only given reactive responses to global challenges, but now we need proactive responses.
“Europe needs to focus on competitiveness and economic cooperation in the international arena. Different cultures in one direction always give birth to contradictions, ”he said. He added that the European People's Party must be the driving force in the design and implementation of this new European strategy.