“Don’t underestimate the Hungarian people please, and don’t question their maturity.” Hungarian FM Peter Szijjártó to an Estonian TV reporter
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 so beloved by the people. 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 Estonian Public Broadcasting Network flaunted their bias in questioning Szijjártó’s response to whether Hungary’s role models are China, Turkey, and Russia.
Hungary is one of the very few countries in the European Union that has protected its borders and refused to adopt its suicidal mass migration policies. Instead, Hungary prioritizes maintaining its Christian identity, cultures, customs, and history from destructive globalist multicultural policies.
Hungary’s history, even more than most European nations, has been a struggle for freedom. In the last century, Hungary has had to fight off the Islamic Ottoman Turks, the Nazis, and the communists. As a result, Hungarians are generally not fond of the idea of sacrificing themselves to invaders aiming to change societal norms and customs.
The skillful and courageous Szijjártó has held true to Hungarian values in his regular defense of his country from attacks from the left-wing press, the United Nations, the European Union, and countless other bureaucrats.
Watch below as Hungarian Foreign Minister, Peter Szijjarto, stuns CNN’s Christine Amanpour when he pushes back against her left-wing smears:
Peter Szijjártó fight back against BBC’s Emily Maitlis’ disingenuous “xenophobia” accusations:
In the following RAIR exclusively translated video, Szijjártő responds to EU slander against the Hungarian people and the Orbán Government:
Hungarian FM, Péter Szijjártő speaks to the United Nations in 2018. Szijjártő slams George Soros, Multiculturalism, NGO human traffickers, etc.: