The Hungarian language is mysterious. There are unsettled debates about it but it’s generally thought to be related to Finnish and Estonian, as part of the Uralic language group that originated in Western Siberia. This makes Hungary a linguistic island, surrounded by nations speaking languages of the Indo-European group.
What is known is that the Mongol invasion during the early 13th century was so brutal that it left a mark on the Hungarian psyche that exists to this day. This bruising was compounded by a war with the Ottoman Empire that raged for almost 200 years during the 16th and 17th centuries, followed by Nazi- and Soviet occupations during the 20th century.
In short, the history of Hungary is defined by violent invasions but they have a strong culture that goes back to the 9th century and they want to keep it. 70% of them recently hit the polls in droves to re-elect the government of Viktor Orbán, which seeks to prosecute illegal migration – but Emily Maitlis from the BBC is not happy about it.
Actually, all of Globalistan and its Mainstream Media propaganda machine are calling on Hungary to repeal its “Anti-Soros” law, which threatens to incarcerate workers of the mostly Soros-backed NGOs that are helping refugees to enter the country. The Globalists are accusing Orbán’s Fidesz party of “xenophobia” because they don’t agree to absorbing limitless war-strafed and poverty-stricken asylum-seekers into Hungary, which has a total population less than half the size of New York City.
The EU is currently seeing a political backlash against Angela Merkel’s 2015 decision to open the continent’s doors to refugees. A deal made between European leaders on Friday will allow migrants to be distributed on a “voluntary basis”— not in forced relocations, as Merkel had previously advocated.