Germans escaping to Hungary due to Angela Merkel’s migrant policies
Angela Merkel has been luring illegal migrants to Germany with promises of paradise and a great life and in the same breath constantly criticised the illegal migrant policies of Hungary that built a fence on it’s southern and western borders in 2015.
Germans themselves however don’t agree with Angela Merkel at all, evidenced by their mass flight out of Germany to Hungary. They want to live in a country not swamped, bogged down and physically endangered by millions of illegal migrants from incompatible cultures.
Criticism of Merkel’s migrant policies have been growing louder and louder for some time now. The country was inundated by over a million migrants in just a few months and Germans are obviously disagreeing with such policies.
Despite the entire western “elite” condemning and threatening Hungary’s prime minister Viktor Orban for daring to decide Hungary’s own future and policies, as “dictatorial” and “inhumane”, the migrant crisis has once again showed in clear light the vast disconnect between Europeans and the politicians that are supposed to represent them.
Germans have been buying up real estate in Hungary since the very beginning of the migrant crisis, mainly around their famous lake Balaton. As a reason to move to Hungary 80% of them state they wanted to leave Germany because of its migrant policies, reports real estate agent Ottmar Heide.
German cities and even small towns full of refugees and migrants
In around the lake Balaton there’s an existing and ever growing German diaspora and no middle-eastern or African migrants. The situation in Germany could not be more different. “Where I used to live you could hardly hear a German word spoken among the inhabitants. This to me represent a disaster for Germany and proof that even smaller towns are too full of migrants.” said one of the German expats in Hungary. In Hungary he feels better and most importantly a lot safer he added.
Political analysts are still divided on what is best in the current migrant dilemma. Some say that “populism” (listening to the people) is dangerous, while on the other hand recognise that uncontrolled migration will turn Europe and its values on its head.