Fidesz: Soros’ Man Timmermans Teaming up with Left-wing Mayors to Move Migrants into Hungary
MTI-Hungary Today 2019.10.07.
MEP of ruling Fidesz Tamás Deutsch said on Friday that a meeting between Frans Timmermans, “the head of pro-migration left-wing forces”, and opposition Budapest mayoral candidate Gergely Karácsony served to prepare a pro-migration deal that would give way to hundreds or thousands of migrants to be moved to Budapest.
Timmermans wants pro-migration mayors to move migrants into Europe and plans the same for Hungary, he told a press conference.
Karácsony, the Budapest mayoral candidate of the “pro-migration opposition received briefings” from Timmermans in Brussels on Thursday, Deutsch said. Timmermans is an openly pro-migration politician who represents “hair raising” ideas about migration and he is the “number one ally” of US financier George Soros in Brussels, Deutsch said. Rather than a European Union commissioner for the Netherlands, he is Soros’ commissioner in the European Commission, he said adding that Timmermans holds regular meetings with Soros, such as the one during the recent United Nations General Assembly session in New York.
Timmermans is a supporter of the “Soros plan” and especially of settling migrants in Europe in line with a mandatory quota, which is “partly why we prevented him from becoming the new European Commission president”, Deutsch said.
Timmermans would punish countries that refuse to take in migrants by withdrawing EU funds from them and would award member states, cities and local councils that are willing to take in illegal migrants by granting funds to them, he added.
Soros and his people are looking for pro-migration mayors and city leaders who are willing to accept migrants and promise funds to them, he said.
That’s why so much is at stake at the upcoming local elections on October 13: if pro-migration opposition mayors are appointed to lead cities, they will fulfil Soros’s plan and move in migrants, Deutsch added.
In the featured photo: Tamás Deutsch. Photo by György /MTI