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Deputy PM Semjén: ‘Christian’ is ‘Boo Word’ in Today’s EU

MTI-Hungary Today 2021.12.07.

It isn’t polite to use the word Christian in today’s European Union, and to put it in the context of persecution is downright unacceptable, Deputy Prime Minister Zsolt Semjén said on Monday at an event attended by Vladimir Palko, Slovakia’s former interior minister.

Presenting the Hungarian edition of Palko’s book on anti-Christianity, The Lions are coming – Why is Europe and America heading for a new tyranny?, Semjén said European progressive leaders are unable to accept that Christians are not oppressors but oppressed.

At the event held at the Petőfi Literary Museum, Semjén added that “the absurdities of the LGBTQ movement” were the best illustration that if someone fails to agree with them, “they cry dictatorship”.

Hungarian Churches Will Not Be Turned into Malls, Mosques, says Deputy PM Semjén
Hungarian Churches Will Not Be Turned into Malls, Mosques, says Deputy PM Semjén

Hungary will not allow churches to be turned into shopping malls or mosques, Deputy Prime Minister Zsolt Semjén told an international conference on persecuted Christians on Tuesday. Every effort will be made to protect Christian civilisation and all the help will be provided to Christians in the east who suffer the most difficult persecution, he […]Continue reading

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