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Tuesday, September 15, 2015

Hungary shows U.S. how to secure a border

You cannot build a wall?


From the Associated Press:
HORGOS, Serbia (AP) -- Hungary sealed off its border with Serbia with massive coils of barbed wire Tuesday and began detaining migrants trying to use the country as a gateway to Western Europe, harsh new measures that left thousands of frustrated asylum-seekers piled up on the Serbian side of the border.
Human rights activists condemned the move, with Amnesty International saying Hungary's "intimidating show of militarized force is shocking." But Prime Minister Viktor Orban defended the measures, saying he was acting to preserve Christian Europe, which he said had become threatened by the large numbers of Muslims streaming into the continent.
"The supply is nearly endless - we can see how many of them are coming," Orban said in a televised address just before the new laws took effect at midnight. "And if we look at the demographics, we can see that these people have more children than our communities who lead a traditional, Christian way of life."
"Mathematics tells you that this will lead to a Europe where our way of life will end up in a minority, or at least face a very serious challenge."



  1. Practical in the real world, but not in the political world of Washington. Whatever happened to "Yes We Can"?

  2. Can anyone provide a link to a credible source which details how any presidential candidate - or any other politician for that matter - proposes how the U.S. should build a wall? Including costs, manpower, materials, time frame, post-construction maintenance. And are we talking two walls, i.e. Canada and Central America?

  3. Not Canada, Anon, Canadians are not moving south.

    1. Sam - some northeast politicos are starting to drum up the wall talk, noting its easier for illegals to gain entry coming from Canada.