Response to the EU summit
In Jobbik's view, the agreement made at the EU summit can hardly be evaluated as a breakthrough. We find it astounding that certain government party leaders have recently become significantly more tolerant of the voluntary relocation mechanisms. Let us make it clear that there is no such thing as a good quota or a bad one: we consider any voluntary quota as a precursor for a later mandatory quota which will be instrumental in flooding Europe with an alien culture, and Hungary will sooner or later become a target in a Europe full of aliens.
Jobbik calls upon the Hungarian government to hold the Jobbik-proposed quota referendum which Hungary's cabinet finally adopted and extend the question beyond the mandatory quota so that the nation could vote on any of the quota's new mutations, including the relocation of migrants from Western Europe to Hungary.
Dániel Z. Kárpát, vice president, Jobbik