Hungary Retreats from Plan to Suspend EU Migration Rules

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
June 25, 2015

This is not the face we wanted to see, Viktor.
This is not the face we wanted to see, Viktor.

Well, this didn’t take long.

The EU must have really come down hard, somehow. If they would have went through with this, the whole system would have been in jeopardy.


Hungary’s threat that it would unilaterally suspend European Union asylum rules, made only yesterday, has been reversed reports euronews. It had objected to the ‘Dublin Regulation‘ which states that a country must take back asylum seekers who first set foot in that country when crossing the EU’s external borders and then travel elsewhere, but has since backed down.

The EU had demanded an urgent clarification from Hungary, having been told that the suspension was “due to technical reasons and for an uncertain period of time.” It also wanted to know what measures the country was taking to remedy the situation.

The Hungarian government says it had used up “all the capacities” at its disposal and had to move quickly nothwithstanding Thursday’s European summit where a new migrant relocation scheme will be discussed. Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto said the government was merely asking for a period of grace to deal with the issue.

The good news is that this makes room for Jobbik to win the next election. The Hungarian people are definitely not going to be happy with this. They are one of the countries that really does hate all of these savages.