Germany’s election is less than 3 months away and German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s opponent is making it clear that he’s even less likely to control the flow of unvetted, mostly Muslim refugees into their country. Will German citizens elect a leader who is already bullying and threatening other EU nations into allowing the same nightmare to unfold in their communities and large cities? One very brave Prime Minister is fighting back…not just for Hungary, but for the sake of all of Europe.

German Social Democrat leader Martin Schulz said that, if elected chancellor, he would push for the EU to cut subsidies to countries that do not take in refugees.

“With me as chancellor … we won’t accept that solidarity as a principle is questioned,” Schulz said on Tuesday at a conference of a business lobbying group with ties to his party.

On Monday, Orbán told the Hungarian parliament that his country “will not give in to blackmail from Brussels and we reject the mandatory relocation quota.” Schulz shot back swiftly at Orbán in his speech on Tuesday.

His comments came as the European Commission voted to launch infringement proceedings against the Czech Republic, Poland, and Hungary for not taking in refugees under a mandatory 2015 quota system advocated by Germany that aimed to relocate 160,000 refugees across the Continent.

Hungary’s badass Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has consistently stood up to leftist EU bullies who are demanding that all EU nations take their “fair share” of the mass influx of mostly Muslim refugees.

“We shall not allow others to tell us whom we can let into our home and country, whom we can live alongside.” – Prime Minister Viktor Orbán

Watch Prime Minister Viktor Orbán’s historic speech in March, 2016, where he demands other European leaders find their backbone and save Europe before it’s too late. His speech will make you want to stand up and cheer!

“Mr.Orbán says ‘That’s a German problem,’” Schulz said. “Let me make this perfectly clear: When it comes to agricultural policy, it’s all ‘Yes, please.’ When it comes to subsidies, it’s all ‘Yes, please.’ And when it comes to solidarity in refugee policy, it’s ‘No, thank you’ — that’s not acceptable.”

German Social Democrat leader Martin Schulz said that, if elected chancellor, he would push for the EU to cut subsidies to countries that do not take in refugees.

“With me as chancellor … we won’t accept that solidarity as a principle is questioned,” Schulz said on Tuesday at a conference of a business lobbying group with ties to his party.

His comments came as the European Commission voted to launch infringement proceedings against the Czech Republic, Poland, and Hungary for not taking in refugees under a mandatory 2015 quota system advocated by Germany that aimed to relocate 160,000 refugees across the Continent.

East European leaders, particularly Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, have repeatedly railed against the EU resettlement plan. –Politico

 


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