Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has announced that Hungary will start accepting “refugees: Germans, Dutch, French and Italians, terrified politicians and journalists who here in Hungary want to find the Europe they have lost in their homelands.”

Speaking during his annual state of the nation address delivered at the Castle Garden Bazaar in Budapest at the end of last week, Orbán announced that his nation would have to defend itself against several major attacks which were on the way.

Migration, Orbán said, will “remain on the agenda” because “despite the bloody reality and the terrible facts, migrants can still move around Europe without restrictions.”

Orbán also said it would be “necessary to take up arms against increasingly strong activists from international organizations, and against covert foreign attempts to exert influence.”

This is the work of paid activists from international organizations and their offices in Hungary, he said, adding that “[h]ere there are large predators swimming in the water, and this is the transnational empire of George Soros.”

Despite the will of the people declared last autumn in Hungary’s quota referendum, the international financier’s organizations “are working to bring hundreds of thousands of migrants into Europe,” he said.

Despite the fact that the former government of the United States, Brussels, “and even Berlin” proclaimed that the migrants must not be stopped, the Hungarian government resisted: it built a fence and stopped them, thus protecting Hungary and “with it Europe also.”

The mayor of the town of Asotthalom, southern Hungary, has become the first European politician to make a public call for Europeans who seek to get away from a “multicultural society” to settle in that country, according to the BBC.

A report on the BBC’s Victoria Derbyshire program quotes Mayor Laszlo Toroczkai—already famous for being the person who drove the building of Hungary’s border wall at the height of the Angela Merkel-driven Third World invasion of Europe—as wanting Europeans to come to his town.

“We primarily welcome people from western Europe, people who wouldn’t like to live in a multicultural society,” Mayor Toroczkai told the BBC. “We wouldn’t like to attract Muslims to the village.”

The BBC program—hostile as always, as is to be expected from the controlled media—said that the town had “banned the wearing of Muslim dress and the call to prayer,” and by “leading what it calls ‘the war against Muslim culture,’ it hopes to attract other Christian Europeans who object to multiculturalism in their own countries.”