In a video posted to YouTube Sunday, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban shredded the European elite, accusing it of working to eliminate nation states on ethnic grounds.
“Ladies and gentlemen, what we face is nothing less than the challenge of finding ourselves at the gateway to the implementation of a deliberate conceptual project, which could be described as left-wing and which seeks to marginalize the nation states of Europe,” he said. “Where this project has failed to overcome Christianity and the identity of the nation state – in conventional political struggle, it will strive to eliminate it on ethnic grounds…”
“By whom and on what authority were the European leaders tasked with not only admitting but transporting to the European continent hundreds of thousands of people from groups outside European culture, so that European cultural identity will be called into question? But the answer can from us can only be that in opposition to this conspiracy and treason we must turn to democracy,” he added.
Video can be seen below:
In late October, Steven H. Ahle reported:
Prime Minister Viktor Orban of Hungary, the birthplace of George Soros, has accused the billionaire of pushing refugees throughout Europe in order to weaken it. It should come as no surprise, since Soros has teamed up with Obama and RINOs Marco Rubio and Paul Ryan to do the same thing in this country.
“His name is perhaps the strongest example of those who support anything that weakens nation states, they support everything that changes the traditional European lifestyle,” he said. “These activists who support immigrants inadvertently become part of this international human-smuggling network.”
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