Hungary joins the trump attack on the “open-borders” agenda of the United Nations, says that “national interest comes first”

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UNITED NATIONS-A day after President trump stood in the “evil” agenda of the “open border activists”, in this week that the future belongs to “patriot warned,” Hungary’s top diplomat, offers his support, as he prepares to stage and accuse U. N. organizations, to attack, to promote human rights in their quest migration as a fundamental right.

“I think the whole world needs to understand that the national interest first and act in the countries that are willing, accordingly, may not be attacked and must not be treated unfairly, considered, and evaluated,” Hungarian foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó told Fox News on Wednesday on the sidelines of the U. N. General Assembly.


Szijjarto said that, when he enters the stage on Thursday night, he talks about how “dangerous” new waves of migration coming to Europe, both in terms of law and safety.

“We understand that there is a debate within the United Nations, and that in the context of this debate, the real fundamental rights of the people is ignored, and questions, not matters of fundamental human rights are misrepresented as if they were part of the basic human rights, i.e. the right to a safe life in their homeland is a fundamental human right, and this is totally ignored and rejected by the U. N. organizations, and they are trying to sell migration as it would be a matter of basic human rights-is it not,”he said.

The message is similar to that of Trump, announced on Tuesday, a nationalist message, as he said, “the wise leader is always the welfare of their own people and their country first.”

“The future belongs not to the globalists, the future belongs to the patriots,” he said. “The future belongs to sovereign and independent Nations that protect their citizens and respect their neighbors and honor the differences that make each country special and unique.”


He later had a fiery message for those who find themselves against hard-line policy against illegal immigration, and less of the border want protection.

“Today, I have a message for those in the open border, and activists who wrap themselves in the rhetoric of social justice: their policies are their policies are cruel and evil,” he said, and he accused you of, the promotion of human smuggling and the “obliteration of national boundaries.”

These words, while they met largely with silence in the chamber, are music to the ears of countries with nationalist governments such as that of Hungary. Prime Minister Viktor Orban has, like Trump, has focused much of his government’s attention to border security since the outbreak of the European migration crisis in the year 2015.

Szijjarto on Wednesday called Trump’s speech “refreshing.”

“In the past, it was not a custom to speak of the greatest [country], that patriotism in such a way, and you can be sure that the global liberal elite is extremely frustrated, and you will, once again, the attacks and make them stronger on President Trump after his speech, because it strengthens its anti-mainstream position in a very clear way,” he said.


Since 2015, Hungary has restricted immigration, built two barriers along the border and its military, so that illegal immigration is almost non-existent in the country. It had also adopted a package of laws aimed at activists who, in connection with the Hungarian-American billionaire George Soros-who is it to blame for the financing of pro-migration activists in the country.

“We have made it very clear that regardless of any kind of pressure or where it comes from, we keep our border under-100-percent control, and that is why there are constant attacks on us, so that these activists, NGOs, beat usually with George Soros in the background, they constantly attack Hungary,” he said.

Orban ‘ s Fidesz party has been proposing rewarded with a two-thirds majority in the last year, elections and voting, the situation has not changed. In addition, the government has encouraged, with stronger relations with the United States since Trump his office in 2017, joined.

The USA and Hungary pulled out of the Global Compact on Migration in the last year, and were closely issues at the U. N.. A recent State Department report found that in the year 2018, was Hungary, one of the countries most closely aligned with the U.S. vote in the General Assembly.

Apart from immigration, Szijjarto says the United States and Hungary are working together to combat the persecution of Christians around the world, together with Brazil, the Philippines and the Vatican. President Trump on Monday hosted a Global call for the protection of freedom of religion, and Szijjarto said it was “unacceptable” that the U. N. is not the threat to take seriously.

“It must be recognized that the most persecuted religion on earth is Christianity,” he said. “Four out of five people killed because of their faith Christians, 80 percent are, and this fact must not be ignored, and both the Americans and the Hungarians are ready to talk about this fact, and ready to act.”


International cooperation is a sign of closer US-Hungarian relations. Szijjarto was this week in West Virginia, the signing of a Memorandum of understanding with the state-on top of the two other agreements with Ohio and Indiana.

Szijjarto pointed to the growing number of countries, the adoption of a similar nationalist or “Patriotic” policies in the whole world, including Israel, great Britain, Brazil and the United States, He said that the most important thing is that the countries are allowed to make decisions and respect these decisions.

“I think what matters is at the end of the day, the decision of the people, and the people go to vote and decide,” he said

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