WHOA: You won’t Believe what Happened when Hungary built a Border Wall…
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Critics say a wall can’t be built. That’s what they said about a border wall in Hungary, but that didn’t stop them…
As reported by Allen West:
Let’s take a look at what happened to Hungary when they recently constructed a border wall.
According to Breitbart:
The Hungarian government’s decision to rapidly construct strong border fences along their frontiers has had a positive financial effect, achieving substantial savings on the cost of illegal immigration.
Zoltán Kovács, the official spokesman for Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, told Hungarian media last week that “the monies spent on border protection are very obviously being recouped”.
Speaking to Breitbart London, the Hungarian government’s International Communications Office explained:
“The Hungarian state spends a total of 5,505 forints on the daily care of each illegal immigrant. To put things in comparison, the minimum wage in Hungary is currently 127,500 forints/month, which equals to 4,250 forints/day.”
This adds up to an annual cost of some 2,009,325 forints per illegal migrant, per year.
Frontex, the European Border and Coast Guard Agency, recently reported that the introduction of “technical barriers” to illegal migration on the Hungarian/Serbian border slashed crossings via that route from 200,000 in 2015 to 25,000 in 2016 –- a massive theoretical saving.
Directly following the completion of their border fence, they cut the number of illegal immigrants entering from 6,5353 a day to a mere 29 a day within a week. Just take a look at migration patterns in October of 2015 when they constructed the fence – and take a wild guess at what point on the chart reflects when the fence was completed.
Given the large number of illegal immigrants who immigrate from overstaying their visas, actually enforcing the law against those who overstay will be necessary too, but for those entering at the U.S.- Mexico border, the wall will work as intended.
H/T: Allen West