Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban wants to see clear on the checks on refugee cards The EC’s answer came before the card was found in the hands of the terrorist Isis fugitive in Hungary, who immediately raises doubts about the quality of EU and UNHCR checks; and also about the real possibility that this payment instrument could only be used in Greece.
Die tendens is, immigrante wat hulself in die EU lande binnenooi, word afgedwing op lande wat reeds genoeg maatskaplike probleme en sommige ekonomiee is nie so sterk nie. Die lande wat die immigrante se hande versterk moet vir hulle sorg, nie die ander lande nie.
In Suid-Afrika is daar slegs ‘n handjievol belastingbetalers en hulle moet alles van die ANC wat oorgeneem is in 1994, dra en verdra. Intussen word ons mense met haat en diskriminasie aangerand, gemartel en vermoor. Swart vermoor ook hul eie mense en ander etniese volke.
Ons sit dalk met ‘n baie groter probleem as wat ons besef, ons het nie net ‘n handjievol immigrante nie, maar die getal is meer as wat ons burgers is.
That is the reason because the Cabinet of Prime Minister Victor Orban release a statement about the issue through the spokesman Hollik, a deputy of the KDNP (Christian Democratic National Party).
This one indicated that «if this is the case, if the Brussels commission is indeed aware whom they provide such migrant bank cards for, this raises a very important question. Therefore, the government expects a straight answer from the European Commission: did Brussels know that a Syrian terrorist leader had also been given a migrant bank card?
Were they aware that they were funding an executioner of the Islamic State» the Government Spokesperson asked: He also stressed that «the people, too, would finally like to see this question clarified because many were shocked that – as signs appear to indicate – Brussels is also funding terrorists targeting Europe».
The ruling Fidesz and Christian Democrat (KDNP) parties call on the European Commission to answer some questions regarding prepaid debit cards reportedly issued for migrants, the alliance’s spokesman, Istvan Hollik, told a press conference in Budapest on Saturday.
Earlier this week, Fidesz’s Lajos Kosa, head of parliament’s defence and law enforcement committee, cited recent reports about tens of thousands of prepaid debit cards made available to migrants by the European Commission and the United Nations Refugee Agency UNHCR.
The debit cards are reported to have been used by migrants on the “reactivated Balkan migration route”, Hollik said.
The EC should explain the origins of the cards, the amounts deposited on them, and the reasons why the scheme was kept in secret, he said.
The cards are said to be funded by moneys from the EU, the UN and US financier George Soros, Hollik said, raising the question whether the member states have agreed to a scheme like that.
The ruling parties expect information on the bodies financing tens of thousands of migrants on their way to the southern borders of Europe, Hollik said, adding that this way they may also finance terrorism.
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