Monday, 20 March 2017



Former leader of the British National Party, Nick Griffin, intends to move to Hungary to escape the multicultural destruction of western Europe.

“There's already a sort of nationalist emigre community building up here. There's French, there's Italians and Swedes, and Brits as well, so it's only a trickle at present. I have no doubt at all that when the trouble really begins with al-Qaeda and Isis in western Europe, that trickle is going to become a flood. And I hope that Hungary, the Hungarian government, the Hungarian people, will welcome people who are genuine refugees from western Europe but keep out the liberals who have brought western Europe to this state in the first place.”

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  1. PELO VISTO O CANAL FALIU DE VEZ POIS O BNP ERA O UNICO PARTIDO A SERIO DALI O UKIP É ENGODO MESMO SENDO MENOS RASCO QUE OUTROS

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  2. See my comment on the thread re Hungary training border patrols. That small nationalist emigre community may find itself swamped with fabulously wealthy third worlders paying for Hungarian bonds in order to enjoy a stay in Hungary or marching on into the rest of the Schengen areas of the EU.

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