The Leaders of Hungary

[A piece of poetry about Hungary and its stand against the immigration policies of the European Union.]

Viktor Orbán, Prime Minister of Hungary

Viktor Orbán, Prime Minister of Hungary

The leaders of Hungary stand up against
The influx of the huge Muslim hordes;
Their enemies cry without cease,
“Let them come here in peace!” —
But instead Hungary sharpens her swords

Orbán knows that dire demographics
Can be almost as deadly as war,
So he held up his hand,
And made a bold stand;
Resolutely, he then said “No more!”

The bleeding hearts of Western Europe
Tried hard to bully the Hungarian nation,
But Judit Varga stands firm,
As she’s not one to squirm,
And says “No!” to mass immigration

Judit Varga, Hungary’s Minister of Justice

Judit Varga, Hungary’s Minister of Justice

Paris has seen way too much violence,
In Cologne, women there suffered attack,
By contrast, Budapest is quiet,
With no sign of immigrant riot,
Because their nation’s on the right track

Hungary spurns Islam, mosque, minaret,
It wants Christianity, church, and steeple —
So they’re doing it right,
And they’re ready to fight,
For their culture, and all of their people.



Notes:
The bleeding heart leaders of Western Europe have been attacking Hungary for refusing to let in the masses of Muslim so-called refugees into their country.

Viktor Orbán, Prime Minister of Hungary stated “We don’t see these people as Muslim refugees. We see them as Muslim invaders.”

Judit Varga, Hungary’s Minister of Justice, has been standing up to the EU politician bullies who have been trying to intimidate her nation in the legal arena; she said “We are proud that by protecting the borders of Europe for centuries we have protected its Culture, its Heritage, its European way of life. Today we do the same.”

Unlike those countries which allowed in massive numbers of Muslim immigrants, Hungary has avoided problems with a Muslim minority. Whilst Paris (France) has undergone Muslim riots, and Cologne (Germany) saw hundreds of its women being sexually attacked by Muslim immigrants, Hungary has been living without any similar Muslim problems.

Relevant reading:
Hungary fights back against the traitors of Europe, Western Loyalist, 19 September 2019

See also:
Muslim/immigrant riots in France:
France: Muslim riots break out for the 3rd time in a week after Algeria wins Africa Cup Soccer Tournament, Bare Naked Islam, 20 July 2019
Pamela Geller, 2 dead, millions in streets: Muslims riot in France after World Cup victory as media calls on France to end its “Islamophobia”, Geller Report, 16 July 2018
Laura Mowat, Rioters ‘shout Allahu Akbar’ during violent Paris protests where car was set on fire, Daily Express, 12 February 2017
Siobhan McFadyen, Paris erupts in violence: Many streets are no-go zones as five suburbs in flames, Daily Express, 13 February 2017
Geoffrey Grider, After Paris killings, Europe wakes to face it’s Muslim problem, 8 January 2015
Gaza conflict: France jails pro-Palestinian rioters, BBC News, 23 July 2014
2014 Sarcelles riots, Wikipedia
Angelique Chrisafis, Paris riots sparked by police identity check on veiled Muslim woman, The Guardian, 22 Jul 2013
Peter Allen, Second night of riots in Paris over ‘burka ban’ fine, The Telegraph, 21 July 2013
2013 Trappes riots, Wikipedia
Ryan Mauro, More Muslim Riots in France, PJ Media, 22 July 2010
Angelique Chrisafis, Three nights of riots in French town after 21-year-old dies in police custody, The Guardian, 10 July 2009
2009 French riots, Wikipedia
Alex Lantier, France: Riots break out in Paris suburbs after police crash kills youth, World Socialist Web Site, 27 November 2007
Randall Parker, Muslim immigrants riot to remind French of bad immigration policy, ParaPundit, 27 November 2007
2007 Villiers-le-Bel riots, Wikipedia
Manfred Gerstenfeld, The 2005 French riots and the country’s ethnic separation, The Jerusalem Post, 4 November 2015
Jocelyne Cesari, Ethnicity, Islam, and les banlieues: Confusing the Issue , Riots in France, 30 November 2005
2005 French riots, Wikipedia

Muslim/immigrant mass sexual assaults in Cologne, Germany:
Germany shocked by Cologne New Year gang assaults on women, BBC News, 5 January 2016
Rick Noack, 2,000 men ‘sexually assaulted 1,200 women’ at Cologne New Year’s Eve party, Independent, 11 July 2016
Victoria Richards, Cologne attacks: What happened after 1,000 women were sexually assaulted?, Independent, 11 February 2016
Christine Douglass-Williams, Germany: New Year’s Eve Muslim migrant sex attacks wiped from police records, Jihad Watch, 23 October 2016
What happens when Muslims in Cologne are asked about New Year’s rape riot?, Rebel News [YouTube account], 2 March 2016
2015–16 New Year’s Eve sexual assaults in Germany, Wikipedia
Andrew C. McCarthy, When worlds collide: Unassimilable Muslim migrants crash Europe’s Fantasy Islam, National Review, 9 January 2016