The European Parliament ruled a month or so ago that Germany and Italy had taken in more than their “fair share” of immigrants, and that other countries in the union must accept some of those invaders. The EU ruling countries will tell smaller countries how many thousands the less-powerful nations must take in.
Hungary, Poland, Serbia and Austria don’t see things through glasses made in Brussels.
“Central Europe is the region the most threatened by the EU’s mandatory migrant settlement quota because immigrants must be directed to countries where the level of immigration is still low,” Gergely Gulyás, the ruling Fidesz party’s parliamentary group leader in Hungary said Sunday.
“Behind the Brussels decision were the various associates of US billionaire George Soros, and the committee’s vote was a key part of the implementation of the ‘Soros plan’, he added.”