The United Nations has launched a shocking attack against Hungary with relation to migration, and one of its commissioners for human rights wants to launch proceedings against Hungary because in Hungary the courts have found a certain Ahmed H. guilty of terrorist activities.

In his speech at the session of the UN Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination in Geneva, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó explained that Ahmed H. led an attack against Hungarian police officers protecting the Hungarian border, and several police officers were injured during the attack he commanded. “This man is a common terrorist. This man wanted to violate Hungary’s territorial integrity and sovereignty, and wanted hundreds and thousands of illegal immigrants to be able to enter Hungary”, the Minister told Hungarian news agency MTI with relation to his speech.

“This is the terrorist that the UN is now defending in view of the fact that one of the organisation’s human rights commissioners has informed the Hungarian Government that she is initiating proceedings with relation to Hungary’s treatment of Ahmed H., and is essentially acting as the terrorist’s defence attorney against Hungary and the Hungarian Government”, Mr. Szijjártó said.

“This is appalling, because the salaries of UN officials are paid for out of the contributions of UN member states, and it is unacceptable and shocking that UN representatives who are operating on, amongst others, Hungarian taxpayers’ money are taking the side of terrorists and acting as the defence attorneys of terrorists, while totally ignoring people’s security, such as that of the Hungarian people, whose security has been threatened by immigration, and whose security was threatened by Ahmed H.”, he underlined.

“In addition, this human rights official is also George Soros’s man, since she is one of the directors of the Open Society Foundation. It is therefore obvious that the UN, similarly to Brussels, is also under the influence of George Soros concerning migration-related issues. There is no difference between New York, Geneva and Brussels on this issue. The people of Hungary can put a stop to this shocking and outrageous approach on 26 May at the European Parliament elections”, Mr. Szijjártó pointed out.

(Cabinet Office of the Prime Minister/MTI)