The Hungarian government has pledged measures to support naturally growing the population — rejecting mass migration — as an effort to halt the demographic decline after Prime Minister Viktor Orbán declared 2018 to be a “year of families”.
“Brussels does not really have a family-friendly policy,” Gabriella Selmeczi MP said as she chaired the Visegrád Group family policy parliamentary committee on Thursday.
“Our task is to strengthen the family policy,” Ms. Selmeczi added, with the committee agreeing that instead of mass migration “a good family policy” is the solution to the continent’s declining population.
The Hungarian provisions, which will “support childbearing in a working society”, would be built on three pillars: to reduce the cost of living, to ensure that Hungarians are not excluded from having families because of their economic situation, and to raise, in value, the public perception of child-rearing.
In a similar drive to grow the population without importing migrants from the Middle East and Africa, Poland’s government released a light-hearted, educational video in November encouraging Poles to ‘breed like rabbits’.
The conservative Fidesz politician and her equivalents from Poland, the Czech Republic, and Slovakia also stated their rejection of the progressive “gender programme” and affirmed the reality of “biological gender”.
Delegates also pledged to stand by traditional values by vowing “to protect life, marriages based on the relationship between man and woman, [and] the family on which the whole of society is based because it is the basis for a sustainable future”.
Sending notes from the meeting to the European Union, the family policy committee hoped to offer a “cure” from Budapest to the bloc “based on the family and hoping that this voice would be heard in other capitals of Europe”.
Hungary, which claims to spend 4.8 per cent of GDP on family support, has seen its fertility rate rising by 20 per cent from 1.23 to 1.49 over the past seven years, with the country hoping to see that ratio rise to 2.1 by 2030.
How progressives suggest we solve the so-called 'demographic crisis': 'Don't make your own citizens, import them.' pic.twitter.com/2e3NVGL9St
While Central Europe is concentrating on making their own citizens, Western European countries like Germany have opted to import en masse migrants from the third world. However, migrants have cost Germany billions with reports showing most are unemployable and uneducated, taking more from the welfare state than they put in.
What Germany has received in payment for her open borders policy is a rise in crime, rape, and acts of terror – facts which have not escaped Visegrád politicians who have vowed to not allow the “bloody harvest” of multiculturalism to come to their countries by rejecting the Brussels edict to accept migrants.