Yesterday and today, deputies from Fidesz and KDNP are meeting in the northern Hungarian town of Esztergom before the start of the autumn session of parliament. In his evening speech, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán informed the deputies of the ruling party about the tasks and challenges for the coming year, Magyar Nemzet reports.
According to the news site, Viktor Orbán began his speech by saying that much is at stake this year,
as the Soros empire, strengthened by the ruling U.S. Democrats, is launching a Goliath-like attack on the right-wing media and enthusiastic national parties in most European countries, which often do politics without money.
It turns out that where the stakes are high, in America, Trump is being sent straight to jail so he does not endanger the power of U.S. billionaire George Soros and the Democrats. The globalists want the European Commission and the U.S. president, and Hungary is the thorn in the flesh on the way to this goal,” the Prime Minister assessed the situation in Hungary.
According to Orbán, the reason is that “Hungary is the freest country in Europe today.” There is a fence on the border, he said, there is no immigration, and instead there is a family policy. There is no gender ideology in schools, there are no weapons supplied to Ukraine, and Hungary does not want to be involved in war, the prime minister added.
Today, we Hungarians can decide our own fate freely and uninfluenced. That is why they want to silence us, and this year they are even trying to break us. However, we will not allow that,
he summed up.
Orbán turned to the question of who are Hungary’s opponents. In his estimation, they are the Soros network, the Brussels bureaucracy, and their allies. “It is they who are attacking our economic sovereignty, they want to abolish our cultural sovereignty, and they want to take away our political sovereignty,” he continued, explaining in detail what this means in practice:
“They attack our economic sovereignty when they want to eliminate cuts in price caps, when they protect multinational corporations so they can raise prices and get rich off people unhindered. They want to take the regulatory tools to protect families out of our hands. Moreover, as if all this were not enough, they also want to allow GMO grain on the Hungarian market at dumping prices, and they also want to dictate where we can buy energy from and at what price,” the Prime Minister argued.
“They want to destroy our cultural sovereignty when they want to forcefully settle immigrants in Hungary and even create the biggest migrant ghettos in Europe. They want to impose their gender ideology on us, and they even want to tell us how to work and what to teach in our universities, even excluding Hungarian students from common European scholarship programs to achieve their goals.
They want to take away our political sovereignty by withholding funds due to Hungary in blatant violation of the law, while forcing us to pay Ukraine, and they would also admit Ukraine to the Union without any debate, even though it does not meet any of the requirements that apply to other Member States,” the Prime Minister said.
Orbán noted that they unscrupulously influence the public life of Hungary with money from abroad. Of course, this is not about money: the money that goes to students, teachers, and hospitals is not given, but the dollar leftists, the dollar media, and the “dollar civilians” are paid.
In his speech, the prime minister reiterated that the gloves must be put on in each and every issue and that Hungary’s freedom of choice must not be jeopardized.
The fight for Hungarian freedom will not be decided in Brussels or in America, but here in Hungary, in our own communities,”
He continued his speech by saying that the same thing is at stake in the 2024 European Parliament and local elections: the preservation of Hungary’s sovereignty.
Based on common values, the 2024 elections must be won both at home and in Europe, not for ourselves but for the country,”
the Prime Minister concluded.
Via Magyar Nemzet, Featured image: Facebook/Orbán Viktor