Viktor Orban: ‘By 2050, 20 Percent Of Europe Would Be Muslim – Central European Countries Have Chosen A Different Future.’
“PM Orbán: 20% of Europe’s population will be Muslim by 2050, but Central Europe is choosing a different path on migration,” by John Cody, Remix, September 21, 2020:
In a long-form article for Magyar Nemzet, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán warns that by 2050, Europe will have a huge Muslim population as a result of Western Europe’s pursuit of multiculturalism and mass migration — a stance that Hungary and Central Europe continue to reject.
“Another estimate was that by 2050, 20 per cent of the population of Europe – excluding Russia – would be Muslim. Today it seems likely that by 2050 we can expect majority Muslim populations in major Western cities,” Orbán wrote “It is not surprising that Central European countries have chosen a different future, free of immigration and migration. Nor is it surprising that the focus of V4 policy is on improving competitiveness, even if Brussels wants to move in precisely the opposite direction: climate goals pursued to the point of absurdity, a social Europe, a common tax system, a multicultural society.”
Orbán’s claim is supported by data from Pew Research, which found that over the next 30 years, the Muslim population of Europe could triple to 76 million.
“The greatest threat to national self-determination today is the network that promotes a global open society, and seeks to abolish national frameworks. The goals of a George Soros-style network, which has unlimited financial and human resources, are clear: to create open societies of mixed ethnicity through the acceleration of migration, to dismantle national decision-making and hand it over to the global elite,” writes Orbán.
Orbán says that all is coming to pass as many have predicted and that the threats for the West are unparalleled, with migration perhaps the most divisive issue between conservatives and liberals. He writes:
Central Europe going its own way
As a result of the West’s stance on migration, Central Europe is increasingly going its own way, believes Orbán.
“It is no surprise that what was foreseeable with a little common sense has indeed happened,” writes Orbán. “The West has lost its attractiveness in the eyes of Central Europe, and the way we arrange our lives does not seem very desirable to the West. In the coming years, we need to keep Europe together whilst acknowledging that there seems to be no chance of a change in this historical trend. They cannot force their will upon us, and we are unable to shift them from their current intellectual and political track.”
Orbán appears to be referencing the trend in the West where migrants increasingly make up a large share of the population, often resulting in dramatic cultural changes….
Article posted with permission from Robert Spencer
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