The letter asks “what Hungary should do” as “despite a series of recent terror attacks in Europe…Brussels wants to force Hungary to let in illegal immigrants”.
The options are: “Illegal immigrants should be kept under supervision until the authorities decide in their cases” and “We should allow illegal immigrants to move freely in Hungary”.
Hungarian leader Viktor Orban and the EU have had an uneasy relationship
The public survey, part of the “National Consultation 2017” initiative started by Prime Minister Orban’s right wing government, follows the introduction of new laws allowing the indefinite detention of migrants in container camps.
Hungary is also building large scale border fences to prevent North African and Middle Eastern refugees from simply walking into the country.
The questionnaire also asked Hungarians for their opinion on non-governmental organisations, NGOs, that the government feels support illegal migration and want to undermine the country’s sovereignty.
But that questionnaire was deemed to be xenophobic by the United Nations refugee agency UNHCR, which was “shocked” by its content.
The UN pivotal in the genocide of the white race.