WATCH: Hungary’s Viktor Orbán: ‘EU is Driven by Soros’, Suggests new ‘European Alliance of Christian Nations’
- Posted by Amy Mek
- On January 18, 2020
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- EPP, European Christian-Democratic movement, European parliament, European People’s Party, Fidesz, George Soros, Hungary, Hungary Today, Magyar M1, Poland, Spain, Strasbourg, Victor Orban, Viktor Orbán
On this week’s broadcast of his weekly interview on Magyar M1 radio Hungary, Prime Minister Viktor Orban explained that the European Union wishes to punish Hungary and Poland for not accepting the globalist, and Soros driven program to create a new Europe without Christian identity using mass Islamic immigration.
On this January 17th broadcast, PM Orbán named George Soros the world’s number one oligarch who manages his political activities and influences European politics through a mafia-like network.
PM Orbán went as far as to say that a new Christian European Alliance may need to be created since the EU appears to be a project that has turned against European cultures and peoples.
Watch the interview, exclusively-translated at RAIR Foundation USA:
Article written by Hungary Today on January 17, 2020: “Orbán: EPP Betrayed Fidesz, We Were an Inch Away from Quitting”
“Hungary’s ruling Fidesz party was “an inch away” from leaving the European People’s Party (EPP) on Thursday, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said in a radio interview.
Referring to the European Parliament resolution on the rule of law in Hungary and Poland and broad EPP support for it, Orbán said the reason why Fidesz was so close to quitting was that the majority of the party family “betrayed us”.
He said the French, Spanish and Italian MEPs in the EPP, however, “were clearly on our side”, and in the debate they argued that the party family should stand up for Hungary. Given this backing, the prime minister said there was hope for a change in the EPP. “Hope is dwindling but it’s still there. Otherwise we would not be members this morning,” he said, adding that he would meet the Austrian and German chancellors, as well as EPP leader Donald Tusk before making a decision.
At the same time, this situation cannot remain as it is, he added. If the EPP does not stick up for Hungary, “we’ll have to launch a new European Christian-Democratic movement”. “We will have allies,” Orbán said.
Orban said the outcome of the vote in Strasbourg had been unsurprising as the majority in favour of censuring Hungary were from the EP’s pro-migration wing. He added that the “Soros network” of groups allied to US financier George Soros was “very active in the EP and European politics”.
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