Laszlo Tokeczki

Tillykke til Ungaren

Nede i Ungaren har der været folkeafstemning om, hvorvidt man skal finde sig i at være skraldespand for de muhammedanere som Adolf Hitlers afløser i kanslerkontoret i Berlin importere.

Klassisk for udførelse af løgne-journalistik så er JP.dks take på nyheden, at der er mange ungarere der skammer sig over resultatet. Fra artiklen på JP.dk:

Den lave valgdeltagelse kan både læses som en sejr for oppositionen, men kan også bare ses som et udtryk for, at ungarerne er svære at hive til valgstederne, siger Jyllands-Postens korrespondent Solveig Gram Jensen.

Officielt: Ungarns valg er ugyldigt

»Ungarerne er generelt ikke særligt aktive, når der er folkeafstemninger. Men oppositionen opfordrede dem desuden til ikke at stemme, fordi de vidste, at der skulle 50 pct. plus én stemme til, for at afstemningen var gyldig. Så der er tale om en aktiv handling for fleres vedkommende, men andre har bare været sløve.«

»Mange af dem, jeg talte med, det var hovedsageligt de veluddannede og globaliseringsvenlige, var flove over afstemningen og kaldte den racistisk. Og de valgte enten at lade være med at stemme eller stemte blankt.«

Den lave valgdeltagelse kan både læses som en sejr for oppositionen, men kan også bare ses som et udtryk for, at ungarerne er svære at hive til valgstederne, siger Jyllands-Postens korrespondent Solveig Gram Jensen.

»Ungarerne er generelt ikke særligt aktive, når der er folkeafstemninger. Men oppositionen opfordrede dem desuden til ikke at stemme, fordi de vidste, at der skulle 50 pct. plus én stemme til, for at afstemningen var gyldig. Så der er tale om en aktiv handling for fleres vedkommende, men andre har bare været sløve.«

»Mange af dem, jeg talte med, det var hovedsageligt de veluddannede og globaliseringsvenlige, var flove over afstemningen og kaldte den racistisk. Og de valgte enten at lade være med at stemme eller stemte blankt.«

Tilbage i 2003 stemte ungarerne om de skulle træde ind i EUSSR. Valgdeltagelsen blev ved den lejlighed 45,6%.

Bort set fra at navnet Gram Jensen klinger fælt af løgnefabrikken DDR, så må det være sin egen kaste den små Solvejg har været ude at lave sin vox-pop i. Deutsche Welle, et stats betalt tysk medie, som næppe kan mistænkes sympatier for hædersmanden Victor Orban, beretter:

“Do you want the European Union to impose a mandatory settlement of non-Hungarian citizens in Hungary without the consent of parliament?”

The government also wants to win over people who normally do not vote for Fidesz, Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s party. His close associate and historian Laszlo Tokeczki recently told a public broadcaster: “You have to make it clear to feminists, homosexuals, Jews and atheists that it’s over for them if Islam wins.” And it has also been suggested that less social assistance will be offered to the otherwise unpopular Roma minority if more refugees lived in the country.

Members of the Hungarian government cite Germany as a cautionary example in order to convince citizens of their position. After the attacks on women in Cologne on New Year’s Eve, Orban said, “I have four daughters and I do not want my children to grow up in a world where things like Cologne happen.”

Parliamentary president Laszlo Köver believes that Mesut Özil, a German soccer player with a Turkish background, is living proof of failed integration because he does not even sing the German national anthem before matches.

At first, some German politicians played with the idea of punishing countries that refused to receive refugees. But now that resistance to more immigrants in Europe has hardened in practically all member states, almost no one is insisting on the distribution quotas. Even EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said a few days ago: “Solidarity must be given voluntarily.” He added that some help by receiving refugees; others through border management.

Orban’s problem is not the opinion of the population, which is clearly on his side. Polls show an approval rating of over 80 percent. His problem may end up being whether enough eligible voters participate.

If at least every second eligible voter takes part, then the referendum result is valid. If Orban receives the desired result, he is even more likely to feel like the leader of a movement to save European culture and will probably present himself in this manner in Brussels.

And what happens if the referendum is not valid due to a low voter turnout? The government has also made provisions for this eventuality. Government spokesman Zoltan Kovacs said that a high number of “no” votes is enough to consolidate Orban’s position. “The referendum cannot be a failure. Period.”

De fleste husker vel, at Merkels rigsbefuldmægtigede i København, Lars Løkke Rasmussen, i valgkampen lovede en straks opbremsning for indtaget af muhammedanske immigranter der foregiver at være flygtninge. Efter et møde med sin chef i Berlin betød “straks opbremsning” 100.000 muhammedanere frem til 2020…

 

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