Unkarin pääministeri: Maahanmuutto pitää pysäyttää

Unkarin pääministeri Viktor Orbán vaatii maahanmuuton lopettamista käytännössä kokonaan.

Orbán vaati tiukempaa maahanmuuttopolitiikkaa sunnuntai-iltana osallistuttuaan viime viikon terrori-iskujen muistomarssiin Pariisissa.

Orbán sanoi Unkarin valtion televisiolle antamassaan haastattelussa, ettei taloudellisista syistä tapahtuvasta maahanmuutosta ole mitään hyötyä.

”Se tuo vain ongelmia ja uhkia eurooppalaisille”, Orbán sanoi uutistoimisto Reutersin mukaan. ”Siksi maahanmuutto pitää pysäyttää. Se on Unkarin kanta.”

Orbánin mukaan maahanmuutto pitäisi sallia vain poliittisista syistä turvapaikkaa hakeville, kertoo Reuters.

”Unkarista ei tule kohdemaata maahanmuuttajille. Emme salli sitä ainakaan niin kauan kuin minä olen pääministeri ja tämä hallitus on vallassa.”

Pääministerin mukaan Unkarissa nykyään elävät vähemmistöt eivät ole erityinen ongelma. Hän ei kuitenkaan halua nähdä uusien ”kulttuuristen vähemmistöjen” muodostuvan Unkariin.

”Haluamme pitää Unkarin Unkarina”, hän sanoi Reutersin mukaan.

Kansalliskonservatiivista Fidesz-puoluetta johtava Orbán on aiemminkin hyökännyt kovin sanoin maahanmuuttoa vastaan.

Elokuussa hän linjasi yhdeksi tärkeistä tavoitteistaan lopettaa maahanmuuton kokonaan.

”Mielestäni nykyinen liberaali maahanmuuttopolitiikka, jota pidetään itsestään selvänä ja moraalisena, on tekopyhää”, Orbán sanoi sanomalehti Wall Street Journalin mukaan.


Lue juttu kokonaisena täältä: http://www.hs.fi/ulkomaat/a1421032152711

Unkarissa on ihan kiintoisaa väestökehitystä tavattavissa. Vaikka Orban haluaa pitää ”Unkarin unkarilaisena” niin maa on muuttumassa varsin monikulttuuriseksi ihan ilmankin maahanmuuttoa.

Béla Janky’s 2006 paper on Gypsies in Hungary, ”The Social Position and Fertility of Roma Women,” has lots of interesting facts from the big survey of Roma in 2003. For example, the overall Hungarian total fertility rate is 1.3 babies per woman per lifetime, but for Roma women in 2003, it was 3.0.

And Gypsy generation times are considerably shorter:
”Hungarian women today have their first child at the age of 27–28 … Three in ten Roma women become mothers before they reach the age of 18 and around two-thirds have their first child at the age of 20 at the latest.”

Some other interesting facts from Janky:

– The employment rate of male Gypsies 15-59 in Hungary fell from 85% in 1971 under the Communism dictatorship to 29% in 2003. For Gypsy women, only 16% are now working.

– In 2003, only 5% of Gypsies aged 20-24 had graduated from high school.

For more on Gypsies, here’s my 2004 VDARE article.



Since 1992 Hungary has been giving the population of the Roma as being between 350,000 to 500,000. During the pre-accession period, for some reason they even reduced these figures. Some official statistics even say the percentage Roma in the population is 2%. This is statistical nonsense. By applying the most conservative annual population growth rate for Roma of some 2% per annum and applying this to the most accurate field surveys available, a study by SEEL and supported by ECRE, has estimated that the current (2006) population of Roma in Hungary is over 780,000. The Roma will constitute 10% of the Hungarian population by 2015 because the non-Roma population is declining.

Some 80% of the Roma in Hungary are Romungro. These are Hungarian Gypsies living in Hungary for over 650 years. They have lived in Hungary longer than 80% of the non-Roma population which came largely from surrounding territories under a colonization incentive programme organized under Empress Maria Thereza. The Romungo are monolingual and speak Hungarian since the speaking of Romani was banned under Empress Maria Theresa. The Olah Roma, some of whom still speak the Romani language, only came to Hungary during the last century following their release from some 500 years of slavery in Romania and where they had maintained the Romani language. Contrary to statements made in many reports, all Hungarian Roma speak Hungarian and have no difficulty with the language.

As a result of the Trianon Agreement which split Hungary up in 1920 a large number of Roma in Slovakia and Romania are Romungro and still speak Hungarian and many have learned Romani in their dealings with other Roma there.

Some 25% of school age threshold children (entering school age) in Hungary are Roma but the majority are abused by state sponsored segregated educational denial.


Tässä wikipedian ikäpyramidi romani-kylästä Unkarissa:


Hieman toisenlainen ikäpyramidi löytää maan pääkaupungista Budapestistä, missä suurin osa asukkaista on etnisesti unkarilaisia. Population_pyramid_of_Budapest

Romanien lisäksi maassa asuu kymmeniä tuhansia saksalaisia, slovakkeja, romanialaisia, kroaatteja ja muita pienempiä etnisyyksiä paljon suuremmassa mittakaavassa kuin esim. Suomessa. Suomeen verrattuna Unkari on todella monietninen jo ennestään.

Orban haluaa kuitenkin nostaa maansa syntyvyyttä:

The scheme—designed to boost the Hungarian birthrate—was announced at a recent government press conference in the Hungarian Parliament building attended by the Minister heading the Prime Minister’s Office, János Lázár.

The scheme will see the state grant a non-repayable aid package of 10 million Hungarian Forints (HUF) to all couples agreeing to have three children within ten years.

According to the Global Property Guide, the average detached house price in Hungary is HUF 9.3 million.

Minister Lázár said that the grant was part of the extension of the government’s “family first home benefit.”

10 million forints is about $35,000.

You may recall that this is the exact same sum that George Soros is demanding that the EU pay each immigrant during just their first two years there. No wonder he and his minions hate Orban so much.

Seems that supporting natality is much cheaper than supporting immigration and will result in a great deal less racism and Islamophobia besides. Everybody wins.

Besides, its something that Hungary needs regardless. It is a real demographiz disaster zone. As seen in the chart right, deaths started outnumbered births there since 1981, a full decade ahead of trends in most of the rest of East-Central Europe.

A reminder that Russia managed to reverse an analogous state of affairs with not inconsiderable help from “maternal capital” – about $10,000 worth of housing aid for each child above one – implemented from the mid-2000s. The total fertility rate (TFR) went from 1.3 children per woman then to about 1.8 now. This flew in the face of demographic conventional wisdom, which tended to dismiss the efficacy of such pro-natality schemes. Hungary currently has a TFR of 1.4 children per woman. It would be interesting to see if it turns out to be another counter-example.


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