Prime Minister of Hungary Viktor Orbán Vs. Godless atheist Soros
For background: The Shocking truth About Soros’ Mentor Karl Popper, By Cliff Kincaid
Also this: Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán: Europe Can Only Be Saved by Returning to Christianity
PM Orbán: Europe must not succumb to the Soros network
Many believe that the prime minister of a country should not enter into an argument with George Soros. Their reasoning is that Soros is an economic criminal, because he made his money through speculation, ruining the lives of millions of people, and even blackmailing entire national economies. Just as governments must not negotiate with terrorists, they say, prime ministers must likewise not debate with economic criminals.
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”.
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. The foundation of our communities was the European family model, itself based on Judeo-Christian traditions. 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.
PM Orbán: George Soros is one of the most corrupt people in the world and he is threatening Hungary and Poland
“George Soros is threatening Hungary and Poland,” PM Orbán said.
“George Soros is one of the most corrupt people in the world; he has plenty of politicians in his pocket who now want to blackmail Hungary and Poland for access to EU funds.”
PM Orbán voiced his resentment over the fact that the American billionaire-financier is spreading “absurd, beyond-the-red-line statements” about Hungary, such as claiming that the secrecy of votes in parliamentary elections could be questioned in certain rural areas of Hungary.
On the topic of the common budget, Prime Minister Orbán reminded listeners that within the EU, it is not without precedent that budgetary debates “go to extremes,” as the views of 27 Member States have to be synchronized. There are, however, “many possible solutions; it’s only a question of political will.”
At the heart of the conflict, according to the prime minister, is that Brussels wants to force something on us that we don’t want to accept. “They want to do it in a way that, instead of via unanimity, these questions would be decided with a qualified, two-thirds majority,” he said.
Europe Must Stand Up to Hungary and Poland (Excerpt)
By: George Soros
November 18, 2020
Hungary and Poland have vetoed the European Union’s proposed €1.15 trillion ($1.4 trillion) seven-year budget and the €750 billion European recovery fund. Although the two countries are the budget’s biggest beneficiaries, their governments are adamantly opposed to the rule-of-law conditionality that the EU has adopted at the behest of the European Parliament. They know that they are violating the rule of law in egregious ways, and do not want to pay the consequences.
It is not so much an abstract concept like the rule of law that Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán and, to a lesser extent, Poland’s de facto ruler, Jarosław Kaczyński, oppose. For them, the rule of law represents a practical limit on personal and political corruption. The veto is a desperate gamble by two serial violators.
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