Budapest, March 15 (MTI) – “This is our homeland, our life and since we don’t have another one, we will fight for it till the very end and we will never give it up,” Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said on Thursday, addressing thousands of supporters in front of Parliament.
Europe and Hungary are in the middle of a “civilisational struggle”, the prime minister said in a speech marking the anniversary of Hungary’s anti-Habsburg revolution of 1848.
Hungary and Europe face a mass migration wave which endangers the way of life of their people, he said.
“It’s not the anemic little opposition parties we have to fight, but rather an international network that has been organised into an empire,” Orbán insisted. “A media backed by foreign concerns and domestic oligarchs, professional paid activists, troublemakers who organise protests, the network of NGOs paid by international speculators, all summed up by the name of George Soros, who embodies them.”
“We grew out of Christian culture and we differentiate between the individual and their actions,” he said. “We never hated and will never hate anyone; we continue to believe in the power of love and unity,” he added.
But the prime minister said he and his supporters will fight against “what Soros and his empire are doing and want to do to Hungary”.
“In each electoral district, it’ll be them against our candidates,” he said, referring to the April 8 general election. He said the opposition candidates were tasked with gaining power so that they could “carry out the grand plan”. “The grand plan to break Hungary, which stands in the way of migrants, and then settle thousands and then — over a few years — tens of thousands of migrants in Hungary,” he said.
“Europe is now under invasion,” the prime minister insisted. “If we allow it, then over the next one or two decades tens of millions of people will set off for Europe from Africa and the Middle East. Brussels won’t protect Europe. It is not interested in stopping, but rather in supporting and organising migration,” Orbán said.
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