One Polish minister, Ryszard Czarnecki, went even further in his statements on migrants and terror. Czarnecki has said that the only way to protect Poland from terrorist attacks is by not allowing Muslim migrants into the country.
Foreign travel advice provided by the U.K. government recognizes that “there’s no recent history of terrorism in Poland.”
And other countries with similar migrant policies can report the same.
Hungarian Prime Minster Viktor Orban has called migrants “a poison” and believes that “every single migrant poses a public security and terror risk.”
Orban recently slammed the EU in a speech in Malta, warning that Europe’s “Christian identity” is threatened by runaway immigration.
“Migration turned out to be the Trojan horse of terrorism,” he said.
Baik Perdana Menteri Polandia maupun Perdana Menteri Hungaria — yang hingga saat ini belum ada serangan terorisme — sepakat bahwa kebijakan ketat mengenai imigran gelap adalah faktor utama dalam menjaga keamanan negara.