This 2015 video is about racism in Hungary.
From daily The Morning Star in Britain:
Kick Hungary out of EU, says minister from Luxembourg
Wednesday 14th September 2016
CRACKS widened in the European Union yesterday when Luxembourg’s foreign minister said Hungary should be suspended or expelled over its attitude to refugees.
Senior officials in other EU countries distanced themselves from Jean Asselborn’s suggestion, made in an interview with German daily Die Welt and which came days before 27 EU leaders meet in Bratislava, Slovakia to discuss the bloc’s future after Britain leaves.
“Anyone who, like Hungary, builds fences against refugees from war or who violates press freedom and judicial independence should be excluded temporarily, or if necessary forever, from the EU,” he said.
His Hungarian counterpart Peter Szijjarto said Mr Asselborn was “a frivolous figure” and accused him of “working tirelessly to demolish European security and culture.”
The spat exposed the growing rift between the original European Economic Community states and newer EU members in eastern Europe.
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I can’t say that I agree with you on these issues, not all of them anyway. A country, any country must take care of their own first. This is true concerning jobs, food, and security, that is any nations first order of business, then they can try to help others.
Hi, the present Hungarian government ‘does not take care of their own’. They create poverty:
Racism against Roma and Jews, who have lived in Hungary for many centuries, is encouraged by this government:
This government attacks press freedom, independence of the judiciary, etc.
As for the refugees from the wars, they are not in any way a threat to ‘jobs, food, security’ in Hungary. If only because the overwhelming majority of these refugees do not want to stay in Hungary; they only want to pass through to countries to the north and the west.
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