This graffiti appeared after Hungarian ruling party Fidesz politicians made statements like:
‘While I am PM, Hungary will definitely not become an immigration destination. We don't want to see significantly sized minorities with different cultural characteristics and backgrounds among us. We want to keep Hungary as Hungary’
— Viktor Orbán, Prime Minister of Hungary 2015.01
“It can be seen that in Western European countries, for example in the United Kingdom, France and Germany, the presence of Muslim communities overturns the inner order of Christian countries. […] It is not in the interests of Hungary to receive economic migrants. They bring traditions that are completely alien from Hungarian traditions.”
— Antal Rogán, Fidesz party parliamentary caucus 2015.01
Quotes source: MigSzol: Islamophobia and xenophobia are now official in Hungary
As MigSzol stated at the 21 March 2015 World Anti-Racism/Anti-Xenophobia Day: '...our Prime Minister is explicit in his exclusionary and isolationist plans for Hungary [....] intentionally provoking these exclusionary attitudes to distract people from their own political and economic scandals.'
We thank an anonymous MigSzol supporter for photographing this graffiti and emailing it to us. If you find graffiti like this, please email it to [email protected].com with a description of the time and place.