Lázár: Obama wants to fill Europe with Muslims
President Barack Obama and the United States favor illegal migration in Europe because they want to fill the continent with Muslims, János Lázár, head of the Prime Ministerʼs Office said yesterday in his weekly press conference. Lázár added that this sentiment is supported by Hungarian-born American billionaire George Soros and Hillary and Bill Clinton.
János Lázár at his weekly press conference. (Photo: MTI/Szilárd Koszticsák)
According to Lázár, Obama, the Clintons and Soros all want Europe to be “diluted ... so Europe and America can cooperate without restraint”, the Associated Press reported.
Lázár said Obama and America “are following a very strong pro-migration, pro-illegal migration policy in the interests of having as many Muslims as possible in Europe”, according to the AP.
Lázár was apparently reacting to comments made by Bill Clinton, who recently criticized Hungary and Poland for their “authoritarian” and “Putin-like leadership” while speaking in America at a campaign event for his wife Hillary.
“Not so long ago while visiting Europe, President Obama clearly spoke out in favor of the importance of migration, settlement and even the forced settlement (of migrants),” Lázár was quoted as saying. “Our conviction is that the borders of Europe have to be defended. ... If the countries of Europe need immigration, it can be possible only in a limited, controlled manner.”
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