Still Report #1120 – Germans Flee To Hungary

from Bill Still

Good morning, I’m still reporting on the invasion.
But first of all a correction: Yesterday, I made a mistake putting up a video in SR 1116 – “Julian Assange says TPP Text is Still Top Secret”. The video was from a Democracy Now report in 2015, not 2016.
This was totally my fault. I just didn’t notice the date.
My thanks to Lucia, from New Zealand, who informed me last night.
So here is the full text of the TPP on its official U.S. government site:
This mistake does not change my opposition to TPP, nor does it change any of the anti-democratic, trans-national outcomes we have spoken of here.
Now back to the invasion:
Prices are soaring around the largest lake in Hungary as Germans and other Europeans flee the migrant invasion.
According to Hungary Today, disgusted Germans are heading 200 miles southeast for the shores of huge Lake Balaton. The 50 mile-long lake is the largest in central Europe. It is the result of an extinct, collapsed volcano, and has been a major holiday destination for Hungarians in the past.
According to a local estate agent (real estate agent), Ottmar Heide, 80% of those interested in buying property around the lake are fleeing German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s “Open-Door” policies.
“People say they’ve had enough of things getting worse and worse in Germany.” “And they hail Orbán’s policies.”
Orbán was one of the first in Europe to close his nation’s borders to the invasion encouraged by Merkel.
A young German couple, Valentin and Jennifer Duräder are moving to Hungary to allow their newborn child to grow up in safety. They recently looked at a property on the south shore of Lake Balaton on the market for 14,000 Euros.
“We are Christians, we don’t want Muslim neighbours. They have a different culture and are aggressive. And this we can’t accept.”
It is estimated that there are now 30,000 Germans residing around Lake Balaton. The average German pension of 770 Euros per month goes a long way in a nation where the average Hungarian makes only 500 euros a month.

Prime Minister Orbän has put the following question on the October 2 ballot:
“Do you want the European Union to be entitled to prescribe the mandatory settlement of non-Hungarian citizens in Hungary without the consent of Parliament?”
The measure is expected to pass by an overwhelming 9-to-1 margin.
I’m still reporting from Washington. Good day.