White identitarianism has traction in a European nation. Who knew:
Hungary has defended its opposition to Brussels’ plans for compulsory migrant quotas, saying it did not wish to repeat the West’s “failed experiments” in multiculturalism.
In a defiant rejection of diktats from Europe’s high command, the country’s right-wing government said it was not interested in “lectures” from the European Union about taking in Middle Eastern refugees…
[Hungary’s prime minister, Victor Orban], who has accused Germany of “moral imperialism” over its insistence that Hungary should take its share of migrants, does not appear to have paid a domestic political price for his stance. A poll conducted earlier this month showed that some 82 of Hungarians favoured tighter immigration controls, reflecting how for many Hungarians, being a “monocultural society” is seen as a source of pride rather than concern.
“Homogeneity is seen as a value, and this is difficult to understand in the West,” said Konstanty Gebert, an expert with the European Council on Foreign Relations think-tank.