Poll: Vast Majority in Eastern and Southern Europe Oppose Migration, Want to Preserve ChristianityChris Menahan
Jun. 29, 2018
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Europeans are awakening.
From Hungary Journal:
The majority of people in the central, eastern and southern European countries are against migration and think preserving Christian culture important, a new survey Nezopont Institute released on Thursday shows.
Of all respondents in the survey countries, only 30 percent agreed with the EU's resettlement quota scheme while 63 percent rejected it. Those in favour of the scheme were in majority only in Austria (64 percent), while 76 percent of the Visegrad Group countries' were against.
The globalists moved too fast.
As Soros said recently, "everything that could go wrong has gone wrong."
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