September 13, 2018
Hungary isn’t really all that. I’ve visited. The place was swarming with non-White Anglos and gypsies. Fortress Evropa it was not. But it was still a good time. Way better than most places in Europe. It saddens me to see them getting the hammer from Brussels and Germany when they really dindu nuffin.
The European Parliament has voted to pursue unprecedented disciplinary action against Hungary over alleged breaches of the EU’s core values.
Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s government has been accused of attacks on the media, minorities, and the rule of law – charges which he denies.
More than two-thirds of MEPs backed the censure motion – the first such vote against a member state under EU rules.
If also approved by national leaders, Hungary could face punitive measures.
The ultimate sanction, the suspension of Hungary’s voting rights, is unlikely asis likely to veto any such move.
The BBC’s Nick Thorpe in Budapest says Mr Orban appears increasingly isolated among European conservatives but is being applauded by nationalist parties.
What is Hungary accused of?
Since coming to power, Mr Orban’s government has taken a hardline stance against immigration. It introduced a law which made it a criminal offence for lawyers and activists to help asylum seekers, under the banner of “facilitating illegal immigration”.
Big if true.
Mr Orban addressed the parliament on Tuesday in defence of his government, labelling the threat of censure as a form of “blackmail” and an insult to Hungary.
Under an EU rule called Article 7, breaching the union’s founding principles can lead to the suspension of a member state’s rights as a punitive measure.
However, because this step has never been taken before, it is not clear what will happen next, or when.
Suspension of Hungary’s voting rights is the most serious possible consequence – but is considered unlikely.
Poland is also facing disciplinary proceedings, launched by the European Commission in December last year. The case has yet to reach the European Parliament.
Did you think that joining the EU just meant free gibs? No, my naive friends, no. You traded in one master for another. And what happened to that nationalism that we heard so much about? That resistance against tyranny? How the USSR was oppressing you so? How you wanted self-determination and freedom?
Well, funny that.
It turns out that none of these countries wanted independence in the end. No, they just wanted EU gibs. And now that the gibs come with a string attached ie infinite niggers, they’re starting to have doubts.
Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto reacted angrily to the vote, calling it the “petty revenge” of “pro-immigration” politicians.
Well, no shit, Orban.
When are you going to do something about it though? It’s time to leave the EU and kiss those sweet, sweet German shekels goodbye. Hungary needs to learn how to stand on her own two feet, and I can’t think of a better time than now.
Do it. Dump the EU!