A Swedish Member of Parliament has had enough of his country’s lax immigration policy that has seen Sweden decline into lawlessness since the massive influx of Muslim migrants. MP Kent Ekeroth of the Sweden Democrats has announced that he is about to emigrate to Hungary when his term expires.
Ekeroth stated that Hungary values “their own culture highly and the grounds on which European civilisation rests.”
What many Western leaders have not discovered is that valuing and protecting Judeo-Christian civilization should be seen as a duty. To do so does not mean one is racist and “Islamophobic.” These same irresponsible leaders will never open their own homes to anyone and everyone.
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban has firmly resisted EU migrant quotas and bullying from Brussels, which has threatened sanctions. In the past, Orban has expressed willingness only to accept immigrants who respect Hungary’s values and traditions.
Meanwhile, Orban is gearing up to run for a third consecutive term in the upcoming April 8th elections. He recently addressed a huge rally of tens of thousands of supporters and appealed to them to “fight the ‘external forces and international powers’ who want to allow mass immigration into their country.”
“Swedish MP wants to EMIGRATE to Hungary to escape immigration”, by Paul Withers, Express, March 28, 2018:
Kent Ekeroth told Swedish newspaper Svenska Dagbladet (SvD) that the Scandinavian country should learn from Hungary because they have “no immigration”.
According to an official report by the governmental Swedish Pensions Agency, an estimated 180,000 immigrants arrived in the Scandinavian country last year.
Hungary’s nationalist Prime Minister Viktor Orban has long adopted an anti-immigration rhetoric, especially in the lead up to the elections on April 8 where he is seeking a third consecutive term.
The country has responded to the influx of migrants from the Middle East, Asia and Africa who travelled across southeast Europe in 2015 via Hungary with a border fence and strong opposition to EU proposals to settle migrants in member states under a quota system.
Last week, Mr Orban told a rally attended by tens of thousands of supporters in Budapest that they must fight the “external forces and international powers” who want to allow mass immigration into the country.
Mr Ekeroth will emigrate to Hungary once his term as a MP ends before the forthcoming general election in September.
Commenting on his decision to move to Hungary, the Sweden Democrats MP said he will also lose access to personal security once the Riksdag term ends.
He said: “To start with, they have no immigration. That’s the most important thing.
“And they value their own culture highly and the grounds on which European civilisation rests.”
Earlier this month, the MP’s name was left off the Sweden Democrats’ list for general election…..