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‘Soros network’ continues attacking Hungary, says Fidesz MP

‘Soros network’ continues attacking Hungary, says Fidesz MP

The “network” of US billionaire George Soros will continue to attack Hungary even in 2018, with operations in the country, as well as in Brussels and in the United States, a lawmaker of ruling Fidesz said on Sunday. 

“The Soros network” will attempt to meddle in the election campaign with the “clear purpose of removing the Orbán government,” Gyula Budai told a press conference.

He referred to “a report drafted by Soros-sponsored US Democratic senators denouncing Hungary”, the “anti-Hungary debate in Brussels”, the recent visit to Budapest by green MEP Judith Sargentini, who is preparing a report on rule of law in Hungary, and “a pro-migrant conference hosted by the [Budapest CEU] Soros university” as operations directed by Soros.

Budai said representatives of the “Soros network” had also been present at this week’s court hearing of the case of Ahmed H, a Syrian national convicted under terrorism charges in connection with a mass disturbance at the Röszke border crossing in 2015.

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The lawmaker urged government measures to prevent the activities of “the Soros network”.

Source: MTI

2 Comments

  1. Sander Driessen

    Judith Sargentini (GreenLeft) calls on the European Council to take far-reaching measures against the government of Hungarian and Prime Minister Viktor Orbán. In Hungary there is a ‘systematic threat to democracy, the rule of law and fundamental freedom’, Sargentini (GL) concludes after a small year of research into the state of the Eastern European country. On the basis of the conclusions of her report, the GL European Parliamentarian calls on European government leaders to invoke Article 7 from the Lisbon Treaty. This is a procedure by which Hungary can ultimately lose its voting rights in the European Union (EU). The Fidesz party of Orbán was the big winner of the parliamentary elections last weekend, so a 4th term for him as prime minister has been secured. The government of Orbán was already under fire in the European Parliament in May 2017. At that time, a majority of EU parliamentarians said that Hungary is violating European values. For her research Sargentini visited Budapest and spoke with a number of ‘experts’. Various concerns are expressed in the report. For example, she questions the independent legal speech in Hungary, but also denounces corruption, conflicts of interest, privacy, the rights of minorities and the freedom of expression and the press. The strict immigration policy of Orbán also was mentioned by Sargentini. On the basis of the findings, she concludes that the Hungarian rule of law has been eroded in such a way that the country must be punished. But Article 7 invocation does not just happen. MEPs have until 15.05.2018 the time to make changes to the report, followed by a vote in the Civil Liberties Committee at the end of June. In September the full parliament will vote on this. For an Article 7 procedure, 2/3 of the votes are required. Then the member states are ready. They must unanimously agree to the invocation of Article 7. Similar problems in Poland: Vice-President of the European Commission Frans Timmermans (also from Holland) recently announced that he is calling for an Article 7 procedure against the country, due to the controversial judicial reforms in the country. But Hungary stands besides Poland. Since unanimity of Member States is a requirement for an Article 7 procedure the Hungarian Parliament can destroy the mission of Timmermans. Hungary therefore issued a veto against such a procedure against Poland and it is expected that Poland will do the same in a vote on Hungary. Previously Poland and Hungary came with the other so-called Visegrád-countries Czech Republic and Slovakia with a joint statement in which they called on Brussels not to interfere too much with their internal affairs. This is not only about the judicial reforms in Poland but also about the duty imposed by Brussels to include migrants. EU institutions must treat all Member States as equal and act only within the limits of their competence. The right of Member States to implement national reforms must be respected, ‘according to the Visegrad countries’ declaration.
    Mrs Sargentini: I have been traveling to Hungary every year for more than 40 years. The (most) people support Mr. Orbán in his attempt to protect his country. When you were still in the diapers I could see for myself how the ‘refugees’ during their illegal trip to Budapest were stealing from gardens, houses, vandalizing stations, harassing and raping women. You think that’s a pleasant thought for you, but there are a lot of people who think differently about this! Just be a satisfied lady and accept the fact that the vast majority of the Hungarian population supports Mr Orbán – whether you like it or not. What you can / must do is to clean your party from criminals like Wijnand Duyvendak (RaRa) and Rutger Groot Wassink whose goal is to bring Holland to ruin and do this with a big smile on their faces. Madam, do not be a toy from that philanthropist Soros, who thinks he can do everything by spending money in certain actiongroups or political parties. Do you know that Soros (his real name is Schwartz!) has ‘earned’ his money with unsavory speculations that brought the UK and its citizens to the brink of bankruptcy? I know that there are people who assume that what you do not want to see does not exist. Why is it a fact that only left-wing persons claim that their ‘vision’ is the right one? Why?

  2. Sander Driessen

    George Soros rationalizes his role in confiscation of Jewish property during WWII:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UG1GglKod0g and https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SUdosc33eSE
    In this interview Schwartz György (George Soros) is laughing when he admits that he has stolen property from Jews who were taken to concentration camps by the Germans. This interview gives a good insight into the person Soros. He explains that he was 14 years old when he was stealing at that age and since than his actions became a way of life.
    This man needs to be examinated by a psychiatrist and for the protection of mankind he needs to be locked up.
    • Question remains why Hungary is the target of this madman.
    • Question is why he makes personal attacks on Orbán Viktor.
    • The question is why he thinks Orbán should be grateful for his studies at a university in England.
    In short, the man was born on 12 August 1930 and will soon leave this planet and I hope he will be treated as he has treated others.
    I also hope that this interview will open the eyes of people that adore Soros (for money).

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