The KTI mission to Hungary shortly before Christmas was a complete success and very fruitful. We have kept the good news until now, because the holiday period isn’t the right time for serious productive work.
Now it’s all over for another year, we’ve produced a series of separate reports for our brethren and supporters. So with thanks to those whose generous support made it all possible, here’s the first:
Remember when the TV news was full of pictures of fake refugees pouring through Hungary? And have you noticed how we never see this now?
Well, this is why: Hungary’s border fence, which is now protecting the whole of Christendom (though, unfortunately, because other governments refuse to follow suit, they are of course still getting in elsewhere).
As well as the obvious physical barrier of the fence itself, a string of powerful mast-mounted infrared movement detection cameras constantly watch more than half a mile across the border and along every inch of fence.
At the first sign of unauthorised movement, the alarm is sent to the permanent patrols – both the local municipal border guards and the police/army patrols.
These latter are now joint efforts between Hungary, Poland, Slovakia and Slovenia (see patrol car logo above) – a brilliant example of co-operation between several nations with a history of tragic conflict, now turned into common effort for the defence of their borders, people and Europe as a whole. Inspirational stuff!
Our visit to the fence was at the invitation of the independent Mayor Laczlo Torockai, whose town (Asotthalom) was right in the path of the migrant flood. It was he who first proposed the fence and began local border patrols – thereby forcing the initially indecisive government to wake up and build the fence.
The Mayor was aware of, and thanked us for, the enormous amount of work the KTI put in to use our massive social media reach to explain the situation and to popularise the “I Stand With Hugary” meme and hash tag.
“Without the grass roots support mobilised in western Europe and the New World by social media,” Mayor Laszlo told us, “it’s entirely possible that our government might have lost its nerve under the pressure of the mainstream liberal-left media”.
So, in turn, a big ‘thank you’ from us here at KTI to everyone who Liked and Shared some of our many Hungary information posts, called or emailed their local Hungarian Embassy to offer support, or used the facts in them to argue for the defence of Europe on MSM comments pages. It worked!
The even better news is that we weren’t called to the Hungarian/Serbian border just to talk about this now passed success. The main business was in fact a series of meetings and workshops on a new initiative to build on that success for the future.
So watch out for post Number 2 in this series and find out more!