Europe: Czechs and Hungarians call for EU army amid security worries

The concerns over European borders was discussed on Friday in Warsaw by the leaders of the Czech Republic and Hungary. They say a “joint European army” is needed to bolster security in the EU.

Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orban said “we must give priority to security, so let’s start setting up a joint European army”.

Czech Prime Minister Bohuslav Sobotka said building a joint European army would not be easy, but he called for discussion to start on it.

It was opposed by German Chancellor Angela Merkel and UK government.

Conclusion: Moscow has laughed when heard it.

Europe: Hungary’s government granted new anti-terror powers

The Hungarian parliament has approved a new anti-terror law. It include more public surveillance and increased scope to use the army.

Any request from the government would have to be approved by MPs and the new powers could be used for up to 15 days.

Critics said there was no justification for the constitutional change and opposition politicians have warned that the powers could be misused.

This is a sixth amendement made by the government on newest constitution in six years.

Conclusion: The Hungarian PM Victor Orban is very happy now.

EU bulletin: Problems in Denmark and Hungary

  • In Denmark, Danes goes to the polls whether to adopt EU justice and policing laws like Europol. Denmark’s centre-right government, backed by the opposition, wants to abandon some Danish opt-outs from EU home affairs legislation which were secured in 1993.They say a No vote will mean losing membership of the Europol crime agency.

    But the anti-immigration Danish People’s Party, which props up Liberal Prime Minister Lars Lokke Rasmussen’s administration in parliament, has called on voters to reject the proposals, to avoid giving away further sovereignty to Brussels.

  • Hungary says it has filed a court challenge against a European Union plan to distribute migrants among the bloc’s member states.

    A justice ministry spokesman confirmed the case had been filed at the European Court of Justice, AFP reports.

Conclusion: More headaches for Brussels.

Europe: Orban said European borders are threatened by migrants

The migrant crisis on Europe has another chapter today. Hungarian Prime Minister Victor Orban said Europe’s borders are threatened by migration. Also, he said migrants were “breaking the doors” and that a united stance was required.

Hungary, Poland, Slovakia and Czech Republic demans a EU emergency meeting to discuss this. These countries has opposed to quota plan proposed by Germany.

“They are over-running us,” said Orban, shortly before Hungary’s parliament agreed to hand more powers to the army.

“They’re not just banging on the door, they’re breaking the doors down on top of us. Our borders are under threat. Hungary is under threat and so is the whole of Europe.”

Conclusion: In Hungary, migrants will be treated like animal for stupid policy proposed by Orban.

Europe: Hungary close the border with Serbia to curb migrant crisis

Hungary has ordered the close of its border with Serbia to curb migrant crisis. The decision is come to trying more migrants to enter on EU countries. After new Hungarian laws came into effect overnight, police sealed a railway crossing point that had been used by tens of thousands of migrants. These becomes a illegal migration in crime and deportation of that people.

Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto has suggested his country is planning to build a fence to keep migrants out along part of its border with Romania – a fellow EU member – to prevent the bypassing of the current frontier.

Hungarian authorities said more than 9,000 people – a new record – crossed into the country on Monday before the border was closed. Some 20,000 crossed into Austria from Hungary.

Police said they had arrested 60 people accused of trying to breach the fence on the border with Serbia.

Hungarian government spokesman Zoltan Kovacs said: “The official and legal ways to come to Hungary and therefore to the European Union remain open. That’s all we ask from all migrants – that they should comply with international and European law”.

The European Commission said it was seeking clarification of parts of the new Hungarian legislation, to check whether it was in line with EU asylum rules.

Germany and Austria calls for emergency EU metting to solve this crisis and discuss the quota plan. But  Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary have opposed it.

German Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere said on Tuesday there should be ways of “exerting pressure” on states that refused binding quotas, possibly by reducing the amount of EU funding they receive.

But the Czech state secretary for the EU, Toma Prouza, said such threats were “empty but very damaging to all”

A spokeswoman from the UN refugee agency, Melissa Fleming, said she expected migrant “chaos” to continue in the absence of more decisive action by the EU, with migrants seeking a new route.

Conclusion: Hungary closes its border for nothing.

Hungarian populism

The migrant crisis has unveiled a worst face of Hungary. Hungarian Prime Minister Victor Orban uphelds a Chrsitian Europe against muslims refugees. Eastern European country faces tough challenge to support that desperate people just want a better life for our families in Europe and get out of civil war on Syria and Afghanistan.

Orban faces criticism to not accepted migrants on Hungary. He want to curb illegal migration with jail and build a fence on Hungary-Serbia border. The PM has lost support of population, but still popular by right-wing and far-right militants. On Parliament, the far-right Jobbik party can be defeat Fidesz on next general elections.

The populism has adopted by Orban grab some problems and criticism from European leaders. Austrian Chancellor Werner Faymann drew parallels between Hungary’s treatment of refugees and Nazi Germany’s treatment of Jews. In response,  Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto said Mr Faymann’s comments were “slanderous”.

The picture of migrants has treated like animals has weaken Hungary. Orban has promised to seal the borders on Friday. More 175.000 migrants crossed the Hungarian border to go for Germany and Sweden. The quotas plan proposed by European Union was rejected by Eastern European countries like Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland and Hungary.

Victor Orban is the face of Hungarian populism. He vows to defend a Christian Europe is a farse. Migrants want to be a better life when fleeing to war zones like Syria and Afghanistan. The Prime Minister don’t know how solve the migrants influx. When migrants are continued to go for Hungary. The Hungarian populism stays by Victor Orban.

Europe: Hungary ‘will arrest illegal migrants’

Europe migrant crisis has another chapter today. Hungarian Prime Minister Victor Orban has warned that people who cross the country’s border illegally will be arrested from next week.

He said migrants entering Hungary in their thousands in the past weeks had “rebelled” against his police force, and order had to be restored.

Conclusion: Victor and his truly stupid defence of Christian Europe.