More than 900 ‘no-go’ places with large numbers of illegal migrants are concentrated in EU capitals, such as Paris, Stockholm, Berlin and London, the Hungarian government says, adding no one knows how many terrorists arrive undetected.
“The "no-go" areas can’t or almost can’t be controlled by the authorities. In European cities such as Paris, London, Stockholm or Berlin, where there is a high number of immigrants, more than 900 of these "no-go" zones exist,”says the website, launched this week by the government ahead of a referendum in Hungary on the EU quota plan.
“The mandatory European quotas increase the terrorist risk in Europe and imperil our culture,” the website says.
“Illegal migrants cross the borders unchecked, so we do not know who they are and what their intentions are. We do not know how many of them are disguised and may be terrorists.”
The website also showed a ticking clock representing an asylum seeker arriving in the EU every 12 seconds.
Those who come to the EU illegally “do not respect our laws and do not want to share common cultural values,” the website says.
“If we do not act, we will not recognize Europe in a few decades.”