Europe must not succumb to the Soros network, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán wrote in an English-language post on his official website in reply to a recent article by financier George Soros.
The prime minister wrote that many believed “economic criminal” Soros was not worthy of a response because his financial speculation had ruined the lives of millions of people, while the financier had held national economies to ransom.
“Yet now I am compelled to do so, because in an article appearing on the Project Syndicate website on 18 November, the Hungarian-born speculator and billionaire George Soros issued open commands to the leaders of the European Union. In his article he instructs them to severely punish those Member States that do not want to become part of a unifying European empire under the banner of a global ‘open society’,” the prime minister wrote.
“Throughout history, Europe’s strength has always been derived from its nations. Although of different origins, European nations were bound together by the common roots of our faith,” Orbán wrote, adding that the European family model based on Judeo-Christian traditions provided its foundations. “It was Christian freedom which ensured freedom of thought and culture, and which created benign competition among the continent’s nations. This magnificent amalgam of contrasts made Europe the world’s leading power through centuries of history.” “Historical experience tells us that Europe will be great again if its nations become great again, and resist all forms of imperial ambition,” he wrote.
Great forces are once again moving to eradicate the nations of Europe and unify the continent under the aegis of a global empire. The Soros network, which has woven itself through Europe’s bureaucracy and its political elite, has for years been working to make Europe an immigrant continent. Today the Soros network, which promotes a global open society and seeks to abolish national frameworks, is the greatest threat faced by the states of the European Union.”
The goals of the network are obvious: to create multi-ethnic, multicultural open societies by accelerating migration, and to dismantle national decision-making, placing it in the hands of the global elite,” the prime minister wrote.
The network directed by George Soros has now discarded any hesitancy it may have had about open intervention, Orbán writes, adding that Soros wants to put more pressure on nation states than ever before, and is setting the peoples of Europe against one another.
On the payroll of George Soros are a long list of politicians, journalists, judges, bureaucrats and political agitators masquerading as members of civil society organizations. And although the billionaire accuses all his enemies of corruption, he himself is the most corrupt man in the world. He pays off and buys whoever he can – and those whom he cannot bribe will be slandered, humiliated, intimidated and destroyed by the network through its formidable weapon: the left-wing media battalions.
Many high-ranking EU bureaucrats are working with the Soros network to create a unified empire, Orbán says. He believes they want to build an institutional system that, under the aegis of the open society, seeks to force a unified way of thinking, a unified culture and a unified social model on Europe’s free and independent nations.
They seek to rescind the right of every people to decide its own destiny. This is also the purpose of their “rule of law” proposal – which does not, in fact, recognize the rule of law, but of strength. It would be more honest to call it the “rule of the majority”.
The differences between us are obvious, the Prime Minister adds: “Soros wants an open society, while we want a safe society. According to him, democracy can only be liberal, while we think it can be Christian. According to him, freedom can only serve self-realization, while we believe that freedom can also be used to follow the teachings of Christ, to serve one’s country, and to protect our families. The basis of Christian freedom is the freedom to decide. This is now in jeopardy.”
The battle for and against the new Brussels empire has not yet been decided, Orbán emphasizes. “Brussels seems to be surrendering, but many nation states continue to resist. If we want to preserve our freedom, Europe must not succumb to the Soros network,” he concludes.
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