The main threat to Christian Europe is immigration, says State Minister for Parliament at the Ministry of Defense Szilárd Német.
As was the case more than half a millennium ago, the defense of Christian Europe again falls on Central Europe, State Minister for Parliament at the Ministry of Defense Szilárd Németh said at a commemoration of the 1456 Battle of Belgrade, in which the army of the Hungarian Kingdom lifted the Muslim siege of Belgrade, thereby halting the expansion of the Ottoman Empire for 70 years.
On July 22, 1456, Hungarian troops led by one of the era’s greatest military commanders, János Hunyadi, lifted the three-week siege of Belgrade (Nándorfehérvár in Hungarian) and drove back the Islamic troops of Sultan Mehmed II, who before the battle boasted that he will “breakfast in Belgrade, have lunch in Buda and dinner in Vienna.”
Németh said that Christian Europe is in dire need of defense once again, this time the main threat being immigration, according to Magyar Nemzet.
“Immigration must be stopped at all events, as this is the only way to defend our European selves, European culture,” Németh said. “Only this way can we serve the safety of the people.”