The news comes days after a Jordanian migrant with three deportation orders was arrested for allegedly raping a woman in the emergency room at a Parisian hospital.
“We are not in favor of this because we do not want the European Union to become a community of indebted states instead of a community of cooperating member states,” Prime Minister Orbán said.
Michel Houellebecq’s controversial statements came during a far-reaching discussion with highly-prolific French philosopher and author Michel Onfray.
Ruud Koopmans, a Dutch sociologist, professor at Humboldt University in Berlin, and researcher on migration, social integration, and transnationalization said many of the rioters “grew up in a culture of hatred of the West.”
The move comes despite Russian President Vladmir Putin’s warning that attempts by the West to cap the price of Russian oil would have “grave consequences” for world markets.
While 68% of French people say the security situation in the country has degenerated in recent years, just 30% trust Macron to rectify the situation.
Bank Gospodarstwa Krajowego (BGK), a state-owned bank in Poland, will pay over $3 million to Democrat-linked public relations firms to help boost Western support for the war in Ukraine.
Meanwhile, the mother of young victim has told individuals involved with the case that her daughter is so severely traumatized that she no longer leaves the house.
Presently, there’s little evidence to suggest that farmers won’t resist the government’s plan for compulsory sales. How far the farmers are willing to go to resist, however, remains to be seen.
“Politics have allowed such parallel societies to form; an unbridled immigration policy combined with lavish social benefits and a lack of self-assertion on the part of locals has provoked such conditions,” MEP Kuhs said.
The interior minister’s statements come two months after 12 of the 16 federal states had to block the intake of additional asylum seekers.