One of the worst aspects of the current migration crisis is that there can be no real debate, supporters of migration prevent any argument by accusing others of xenophobia and racism, Douglas Murray, the author of The Strange Death of Europe told Hungarian daily Magyar Idok. The British author’s book has recently been published in Hungarian.
After explaining the basic arguments in his book, Murray said he’s visited Hungary several times, including the border fence. He said Hungarians recognised the importance of borders when the European elites has laready decided that borders don’t matter. “The fence stopped the influx to Hungary, so it works”, he stated. “If you have no border, you have no country”, he added.
Murray said that Berlin and Brussels is “molesting” the Visegrad Four countries because they don’t agree with Germany’s failed political decision to open the borders.
“It’s one thing to ask your allies to help when you made a mistake. But it’s another thing to ask them to clean up after you, without giving any guarantee that you don’t make the same mistake again. The V4 are right, when they refuse to be threatened, because this terrorising is outrageous”,