April 28, 2017
Obviously, George Soros is a Jewish terrorist.
What I disagree with Orban on is that he doesn’t represent the fundamental values of the EU.
Honestly, I don’t think Orban believes that he doesn’t. He just likes that EU money coming in.
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said he was committed to the EU and accused US billionaire George Soros of “attacking” his country yesterday (26 April) as he defended a law that could close down a university founded by the philanthropist.
Orbán made his defence in front of the European Parliament just hours after the Commission launched legal action against Hungary over the legislation targeting the Central European University in Budapest.
The EU executive sent Budapest a formal notice, saying a new Hungarian higher education law violated academic freedom and democratic values and gave it a month to respond.
“We are not as big and powerful as you are, and not as big as powerful as George Soros, the American financial speculator attacking Hungary,” Orbán told MEPs in Brussels, defending his law.
Orbán said Hungarian-born Soros “has destroyed the lives of millions of Europeans with his financial speculations” and “is an open enemy of the euro”.
Advocate of mass migration
He also said that Soros is an advocate of mass migration and that he has pleaded that Europe should receive one million immigrants per year.
Yet despite this, Soros “is still warmly regarded here and warmly received at the highest level”, Orbán stated, in an apparent reference to a meeting between the billionaire and European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker in Brussels today.
There is no way Hungarians are ever going to determine the value system of the EU.
That just isn’t going to happen.
And Soros is in-tune with this value system.
So if Orban wants the EU money, he needs to just take what the EU give him.
Otherwise, he can ally with Russia.
It is not some strange coincidence that all ring-wing parties in the West of Europe are anti-EU, while most big right-wing parties in the East of Europe are pro-EU.
They like that money.
Western Europe has it’s own money.
Farage invites Hungary’s Orban to the Brexit Club https://t.co/MD4mklA7yN
— Voice of Europe (@V_of_Europe) April 26, 2017
I like that Orban attacks the EU and whines about migrants, but ultimately, he is not presenting any kind of long-term solutions, and ultimately, with his support for the EU, he is himself a globalist – not a nationalist.