Orbán: Hungary is an irritant for the globalists
September 21. 2023. – 09:16 AM
"The globalists want the European Commission and the US president, and Hungary is the irritant on their road to them", Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said at the off-site autumn meeting of the Fidesz-KDNP parliamentary group in Esztergom, according to Magyar Nemzet. According to the leaked information, he added that “they want to send Trump straight to jail, so that he wouldn't threaten the power of Soros and the Democrats.”
According to Orbán, Hungary's opponents want to use the crisis caused by the war in Ukraine to push Hungary back to the Gyurcsány (Hungarian PM between 2004-2009 – TN) era, when the fate of Hungarians was decided abroad. For this reason, "there are enormous things at stake this year, because in most European countries, the Soros empire, strengthened by the ruling US Democrats, is launching a Goliath-like attack on the right-wing media and the fervent national parties which often operate without funds.
The Prime Minister added that he believes Hungary is the freest country in Europe today, because there is a fence along the border, there's no immigration – have family-oriented policies instead. There is no gender ideology in schools, we are not supplying weapons to Ukraine, and we do not want to get involved in the war there.
According to Orbán's interpretation, Hungary is under constant attack, and
"they are constantly trying to pry the policies we use to protect families out of our hands. And if all that weren't enough, they want to release dumped-priced grain containing GMOs onto the Hungarian market, and they also want to tell us where we can buy energy and for how much.
Orbán also took a swipe at the independent press, who – as he says – claim that they came out of nowhere, along with the pseudo-NGOs, with the goal of inciting tension and instilling the fear of nationally-minded governments. According to the Prime Minister, it’s the preservation of Hungary's sovereignty that’s at stake at the 2024 EP and municipal elections.
The Fidesz-KDNP parliamentary groups traditionally hold special meetings off site twice a year: in late winter and early autumn. At these meetings, the Prime Minister regularly gives a briefing on the challenges and tasks of the next six months, which the pro-government daily, Magyar Nemzet usually "leaks".
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