Left-wing media worldwide have united in a collective attempt to attack Christian Hungary, their Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, and anyone from his cabinet who dares to defend the government’s nationalist policies. Peter Szijjártó, Hungary’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, is one of his country’s most skillful and staunchest defenders as he routinely finds himself fending off attacks from globalist bureaucrats and their media.
In a recent interview, the BBC Network and Stephen Sackur flaunted their bias in questioning Szijjártó’s about new modifications to Hungarian laws that protect children. The modifications give Hungarian parents sole power to “decide on the sexual education of their children,” not schools or left-wing organizations. Furthermore, it strengthens the penalities against pedophiles.
The European Union, member state’s left-wing leaders, and their media are fighting to strip Hungarian mothers and fathers of their parental rights. The left has been drumming up support by falsely accusing the Hungarian government of adopting discriminatory, homophobic laws. As Hungary’s Minister of Justice Judit Varga recently explained, criticisms by the left and their media “have generated an artificial conflict between the rights of children and the rights of LGBT.”
Watch below as Hungarian Foreign Minister, Peter Szijjarto, battles BBC’s Stephen Sackur over the left’s fight to control Hungarian children and their sexual education:
Hungarian PM Viktor Orbán Fights For Parents Rights
As reported previously at RAIR Foundation USA, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán’s modified law enacted various anti-child abuse and anti-pedophile laws, including a ban on institutions promoting transgenderism and homosexuality to children under 18. In addition, the Prime Minister stressed the new legislation is allowing parents to decide how issues of sexuality are discussed with their children.
Orbán released a statement on his website reiterating the bill’s objectives, “education in schools must not conflict with the will of parents; it must at most be supplementary, its form and content must be clearly defined, and it must be subject to parental consent.” Furthermore, “parents also rightly expect that on platforms used by our children, pornography, sexuality for its own sake, homosexuality and gender reassignment programs should not be available.”
PM Orbán was clear that no one in Hungary will ever dictate how adults chose to live their lives, “the Hungarian law does not apply to the lives, sexual identity or practices of adults over the age of 18 — nor to how said adults wish to express or present themselves publicly.” Furthermore, “a free adult should not have to give an account of his life in front of any secular authority — only before God when the time comes.”