Viktor Orban: “We Do Not Want to be Mixed with Others, We are Fine the Way We are Now”
It is good to see some fight in central and southern Europe, and the idea that the invaders must be removed from Europe is a pleasant sign of sanity. But basing one’s values on Christianity is a mistake that makes Whites extremely vulnerable.
POPULATION TRANSFER is under way in Europe, partly to help speculators like US [Jewish] financier George Soros make money by “destroying” the continent, Hungary’s Prime Minister, Viktor Orban, said on Friday.
It is necessary to openly fight Soros and his “army” and to establish that they want immigration and their ideological motivation is a multicultural Europe, Orban told Kossuth Radio.
“They do not like the traditions of Christian Europe and they believe that if they mix us with other peoples, then Europe will be more liveable. They want to destroy Europe because they expect large profits; that’s just the nature of financial speculators,” he said. However, “we do not want to be mixed with others,” Orban added.
“We are fine the way we are now”, as regards to Christianity, the language, culture and way of life, as well as the freedom of religion and the approach to family and relations between men and women, Orban said. Next year’s European Parliamentary elections will concern these issues and the conflict of values, he added.
Commenting on a planned constitutional amendment submitted to parliament, he said that considering the required two-thirds majority support is granted, there is no room for hesitation “at times like this”. All forces must be mobilised to protect the country which is why the amendment prohibits the forced settlement of foreign nationals to Hungary. Additionally, in line with a planned amendment proposal to the criminal code, organising illegal migration will be a criminal act, Orban said.
He welcomed recent developments in European politics, saying that “some tough boys have appeared in European politics.” “We are gentle and mild mannered compared to the new leaders who have now opened their mouths,” he said, citing Austria and Italy as examples.
The Italians have said they want to put a stop to migration and instead of distributing illegal migrants, such migrants must be removed from Europe, Orban said. The Visegrad Group had previously offered billions of forints to the government in Rome to promote this plan, he added.
In response to a question concerning the possibility of renewed migration pressure on the Balkans, he said that Hungary as the gate to the Balkans has a vested interest in making sure that “things progress well”. As a result, Serbia will continue to be considered a strategic country and Macedonia will be equally important, he added.
“We can indeed see signs … of the flow approaching” which will be a challenge and even though Hungary has “managed to prevent migrants coming this way, our neighbours are not protected and they need to be helped,” he said.
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Source: Locust Blog