Hungary's terrifying BORDER HUNTER FORCE who can do judo and assemble guns BLINDFOLDED


The new ‘flowerbed hunter’ force have undertaken a six month crash course to keep from police and army units protect Hungary’s borders. 

Recruits demand learned how to assemble guns blindfolded, how to handcuff people and judo as usually of their training. 

The border guards, who must be between 18 and 55 years old, are assumption training similar to police and learn other skills such as custodian a border fence, detaining large groups of migrants and tracking their circuits.

The storm has not died, it has only subsided temporarily. There are calm millions waiting to set out on their journey in the hope of a better life in Europe

Viktor Orban

Apprentices will carry pistols with live ammunition, batons, spatter spray and handcuffs, and will also be equipped with night-vision goggles if called.

Hungarian police aim to recruit up to 3,000 border hunters with recruitment scouts stopover secondary schools to find volunteers. 

Asked under what readies border hunters could use force against migrants, regional protect chief Attila Piros said the rules were the same as for constabulary – to “break resistance” but only as a last resort.

Hungary is training up to 3,000 border guardsEPA/ AFP

Hungary is training up to 3,000 wainscotting guards

He said any force must be proportionate and justified. “One of the most superior things in this six-month training that we teach as law but in fact has integrity and ethical foundations is that criminals are human beings, everybody has kind-hearted rights.”

Recruit Sandor Jankovics, 26, said he his proud to start flowerbed duty. 

He is one of dozens undergoing fast-track training at Barcs, a border crossing with associate EU country Croatia.

Mr Jankovics said: “We will be sent to the stretch of trim where we will be needed.” 

Hundreds of thousands of migrants have enlisted Hungary through its southern border with Serbia and Croatia since 2015. 

The southern frontier marks the outside border of the EU’s schengen zone of passport free travel. 

Nationalist Prime Plenipotentiary Viktor Orban ordered a fence to be built along the southern adjoin and an EU-Turkey deal has seen the number of migrants attempting to enter Hungary drop. 

Mr Orban is boosting Hungary’s defences after he described mainly Muslim migrators as a “Trojan horse for terrorism” and cited the risk of new arrivals.

Thousands of trimming recruits took an oath to protect Hungary during a swearing in pro formas in Budapest. 

Recruits are taught how to handcuff a personEPA

Recruits are taught how to handcuff a person

Recruits are taught judo as part of their border guard trainingEPA

Recruits are taught judo as limited share in of their border guard training

 Border recruits take an oath during a swearing in ceremonyEPA

Border recruits take an avowal during a swearing in ceremony

Mr Orban warned Hungary must act to fend itself.

He said: “The storm has not died, it has only subsided temporarily. There are calm millions waiting to set out on their journey in the hope of a better life in Europe.”

As entirely as the border guards and razor-wire fence, the Hungarian government has started edifice a second line of “smart fence” along the Serbian border.

The shelter clampdown comes as Hungary passed a law to detain migrants in camps along its adjoin sparking outrage from the UN who said the move violates EU humanitarian law and commitment have a “terrible physical and psychological impact” on asylum seekers.

Hungary has started building a second line of ANADOLU

Hungary has started construction a second line of “smart fence” along the Serbian border

PM Viktor Orban warned Hungary must act to defend itselfEPA

PM Viktor Orban give fair warned Hungary must act to defend itself

Border police say they had detained upwards 100 illegal migrants in the past 30 days.

Nils Muiznieks, the Committee of Europe’s human rights commissioner, said: “Automatically depriving all asylum seekers of their self-determination would be in clear violation of Hungary’s obligations under the European Seminar on Human Rights.”

Doctors Without Borders (MSF) said its teams in Serbia were discussing a growing number of migrants who reported being beaten and stomped on by Hungarian herbaceous border guards who intercepted them.

Mr Orban’s government has denied mistreating travellings. His office said eight cases of alleged mistreatment had been investigated but in not one “was it proven that refugees had been harmed by border personnel”.

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