His article, titled “Hungary!—The country of choice for western Europeans by 2030?” asserted that “western and northern European citizens may choose Hungary in large numbers as a destination of choice within the next 15–20 years.”
Topolansky, who is currently living in Hungary but was educated at Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs before being employed at the US Embassy in Budapest, predicted that “tens, possibly hundreds of thousands of German, Dutch, French, Belgian, and other western European citizens may opt to move to Hungary in the next 20–30 years and settle there in the wake of the migration crisis.”
Some, he said, might “prefer other destinations like Croatia, Slovenia, Slovakia, the Czech Republic, or other countries,” but Hungary “will be on top of their list as a destination country in which they will want to settle.”
He said that this “reversed migration” is a “predictable trend,” because citizens of Western Europe “will want to escape their leaders’ suicidal migration policies and will seek a safer place to retire.”
It is however not only older people, but also “younger folks” who will select Hungary as a destination.
The reason for this exodus, Topolansky said, is that “western Europeans do not want to live in fear surrounded by radical Muslims in their own countries.”
Hungary, on the other hand, he said, will “offer them a secure environment in which their accumulated assets and incomes will assure them the good life that they are accustomed to on the western half of the continent.”
Topolansky then launched into a detailed explanation of the insanity which has gripped Western Europe and sent it into a death spiral.
Let’s face it. In the wake of the Brussels terrorist attacks, we have had enough of the whining and commiserating: “Je suis Charlie, Je suis Paris, Je suis Brussels, Je suis the next large city in Europe”… STOP WILLKOMMENSKULTUR! Period.
Mass migration from northern Africa and the Middle East has destabilized Europe over the past decades and altered the way of life, the religious and cultural fabric of European societies. This needs to come to an end.
Topolansky pointed out that “Western Europe’s willkommenskultur and multiculturalism have been eroding European societies and disintegrating European value systems that were built over thousands of years.”
However, he said, “East-Central Europe has chosen a different path.”
Partly because of their steadfast nationalist pride and partly because of their newly acquired freedoms, the people of East-Central Europe will go the extra mile to preserve the freedoms and security they fought for.
They don’t want to be Brusselized or live in the shadow of another superimposed guardian society.
As a result of these factors, there will be a major migration wave from West to East, while concurrently, migrants will continue to pile up on the western half of the continent in order to collect higher social benefits and seek higher paying jobs.
This “manipulated breakdown of western European civilization” is, Topolansky continued, “presumably some kind of ill-conceived revenge by the liberal western elite for the two world wars and Nazism.”
However, he said, it was obvious that they were employing a double standard, because they took no such position on communist excesses:
Interesting that they are much more forgiving when it comes to communism as they have demonstrated on so many occasions. This double standard renders them unaccountable and makes them come across as malevolent.
He then went on to sketch how he sees Europe by the year 2050:
What kind of Europe are we going to have by year 2050 then?
There is one scenario with a predicament that it will be a divided continent—between a Muslim western Europe and a Christian eastern Europe.
Of course, the globalist elite would love to disrupt and weaken eastern European nation states through their multicultural agenda as well.
But they seemed to have underestimated the resilience of the Poles, the Hungarians, the Slovaks, the Czechs, the Croatians, the Slovenes, and the people of the Baltic nations.
These countries will probably form a new regional alliance and will no longer need the European Union, which will be ultimately dismantled.
The European dream may live on, but in a different form and in a different part of Europe.
A Transdanubian society may be created as some visionaries prophesized. Whatever the future will bring, one thing is predictable: the preferred place for all Europeans by the middle of the century may wind up to be East-Central Europe.
Having come from similar cultures and religious backgrounds, Hungarians at that point will welcome autochthonous western European migrants with open arms and may even promise not to boast: “We told you so…”