Soros network looking for houses to resettle migrants in Hungary
The Soros network is already looking for houses in Hungary to resettle migrants, Hungary's Minister of State for Government Communication revealed.
Published: April 6, 2018, 2:11 pm
“All signs point to the fact that the Soros network is already looking for houses for the resettlement of migrants,” Bence Tuzson told the media this week.
The Minister of State showed reporters a request for information in the public interest, in which an employee of the Helsinki Committee requested a list of empty state-owned properties in Budapest.
The Government has refused to issue such a list and is prepared to go to court if necessary to stop such a list from coming into the hands of Soros’ surrogates, Tuzson said.
“We expect the court procedure to make obvious what we otherwise already know and suspect, that the Helsinki Committee’s clear goal is to resettle migrants in Hungary, and to also find suitable properties for this purpose”, he added.
“The organisations that are being funded by George Soros are working to change Hungary and turn it into an immigrant country”, he noted.
“This is not the first sign on the part of the Soros networks in view of the fact that the opposition forces that are linked to him and in alliance with him have already stated on several occasions how they are making preparations for the resettlement and how they plan to procure housing for the migrants”, Tuzson revealed.
The MSZP-Párbeszéd party’s candidate for Prime Minister, Gergely Karácsony have already put in a request for former military barracks and local government housing to be catalogued, and Gábor Vágó from the LMP party is proposing that a list of Hungary’s 150 000 empty private homes be compiled.
“As such, all signs indicate that the Soros network’s people are already looking for housing in the interests of the resettlement of migrants,” the Minister of State concluded.
If “Soros’s people” come to power at the 8 April elections, they will go ahead with the resettlement and “will settle immigrants in both municipality-owned and privately-owned flats”, he warned.
Tuzson was asked by reporters who had requested the public information, because according to a statement by the Helsinki Committee they had not asked to see it.
The Minister of State said the request had been submitted on 7 May by a lawyer “who has extremely close ties to the Helsinki Committee”.
“It is obvious and we have every reason to assume that the request was made on behalf of the Helsinki Committee, since this gentleman is linked to the Helsinki Committee by a thousand strands,” he said.
Budapest has refused to join the EU refugee resettlement plan, and has voted laws to limit the power of foreign-funded civil society groups and a university linked to the Hungarian-born US Jewish billionaire George Soros.
In reply to a question concerning why the Government isn’t repealing the 2015 decree concerning the establishment of two temporary receiving stations, the Minister of State said: “The legal background is one thing”, but what is important is that the Hungarian Government will not resettle illegal immigrants in Hungary and will not allow them to cross the border or allow others to settle migrants here.
Also in reply to a question, the Minister of State for Government Communication said the contents of a recent article on the embezzlement of EU funding by the Orban administration published by Hungarian daily Magyar Nemzet were “a pathetic lie”, adding that in his opinion the claims made with relation to the case are so stupid that they cannot have been written while sober.
The Hungarian Prime Minister, one of Europe’s most popular leaders, looks set to win a third consecutive term in office in elections on Sunday. The nationalist’s Fidesz party is leading in the polls with 20 or 30 percentage points over its closest rivals Jobbik, also funded by Soros.
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