In a very dynamic and engaging video message, the leader of the most popular Flemish party, Tom Van Grieken, addressed the CPAC Hungary participants.
“We are fighting for the survival of everything we hold dear: our culture, our families, our faith, our values, our traditions, our language, our free nation-state,” the president of Flemish Interest (Vlaams Belang) said in his video message.
“We all need to realize that our work is one of long duration because we cannot ignore the fact that the damage already done today by the monster alliance between globalist capitalists and the left is enormous,” he warned.
We are conservatives. We want to move forward, but carefully. To embrace the future while respecting what is good from the past,”
Tom Van Grieken explained, adding – referring to “woke madness” – that “today, as conservatives, we must conclude that instead of moving forward, we must dare to take steps backwards in certain areas”.
According to the Flemish politician, “Budapest is not only the capital of Hungary, but also the capital of the conservative resistance”.
You are on the right side of history,
he told the participants. “It is actually very simple. The globalist who wants to drink the same coffee all over the world is wrong. The patriot who supports his local coffee bar is right. The open-border activist who wants to invite the whole world to Europe is wrong. The realist who wants to protect and strengthen borders to protect his country is right. The leftist egomaniac who wants to destroy the traditional family is wrong. The family man who wants to protect the family as the cornerstone of society is right,” he went on.
“We are the good guys. We protect what is good and pure. We don’t aim to destroy, we aim to build. Build on the foundations that have been put there by our fathers, mothers, grandfathers, grandmothers and their forebears. We want to build a society we can be proud of. We want to hand over something to our children and grandchildren that they can be proud of,” Tom Van Grieken stressed.
Featured photo via Twitter/Tom Van Grieken