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Old February 24th, 2018 #1
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Default Hungary Moves to Outlaw Pro-Invasion Soros Organizations

The Hungarian government has introduced a bill which if passed will effectively outlaw any organization which promotes the Third World invasion of that country.

The law, dubbed the “Stop Soros” law by the media, will allow the Interior Minister to ban non-governmental organizations (NGOs) that support the invasion of Hungary by Third Worlders and who as a result pose a “national security risk.”

The bill will also impose a 25 percent tax on all foreign donations to NGOs that promote the Third World invasion.

The bill says that NGOs that “sponsor, organize or support the entry or stay of third-country citizens on Hungarian territory via a safe third country to extend international protection . . . qualify as organizations supporting migration.”

According to a Reuters report, any activity which promotes the Third World invasion through “campaigning, advocacy, recruiting volunteers, or producing information booklets,” would have to be approved by the interior minister, who could deny permission if he saw a “national security risk”.

If an NGO continued with such activity, Hungarian prosecutors will empowered to withdraw the NGO’s tax number, a move which will prevent them from operating. They can also be hit with fines and even dissolved.

In addition, individual activists who “organize or support” the invasion could also be placed under restraining orders preventing them from approaching the EU’s external borders in Hungary.

Orban has been embroiled in an escalating “Stop Soros” feud with the 87-year-old Hungarian-born Jew George Soros, waging a billboard and media campaign asserting that he would “settle millions from Africa and the Middle East”.

Soros’s various NGOs are notorious all over Europe as actively funding and agitating in favour of the mass Third World invasion of white countries.

The European Commission said last year it was taking the Hungarian government to the EU’s top court over its NGO laws as well as a higher education law that targets the Central European University in Budapest founded by Soros.


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