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Verhofstadt’s ‘vicious attack’ due to Hungary’s stance on migration, says ruling party Fidesz

Verhofstadt’s ‘vicious attack’ due to Hungary’s stance on migration, says ruling party Fidesz

Fidesz has accused Guy Verhofstadt, the group leader of the Liberals in the European Parliament, of mounting “a vicious attack on Hungary due to its refusal to turn the country into a land of immigration”.

In a Thursday interview to Hungarian weekly 168 Óra,

Verhofstadt called on the European People’s Party, to which Fidesz belongs, to distance itself from Viktor Orbán “and send him where he belongs, the dung heap of history, along with his new populist friends.”

He added that the Hungarian prime minister was “no longer a Christian nor a democratic leader”.

FINA

Balázs Hidvéghi, the ruling Fidesz party’s communications chief, told public media on Thursday that

Verhofstadt “preaches Christianity and democracy while presenting one of the biggest dangers to those values”.

He accused Verhofstadt of being a “maniacally pro-migration politician who represents the interests of [American financier] George Soros and migration to the point of obsession.” He also promotes the idea of a United States of Europe, he said, adding that both endangered a strong European Union.

The May EP election will provide a chance “to stop Guy Verhofstadt and his mates” from clinching the leadership and turning Europe into “a continent of migrants”, he said.

ORBÁN CABINET TO ISSUE ENGLISH-LANGUAGE VIDEO RESPONSES TO ‘ATTACKS’ AGAINST HUNGARY – WATCH HERE!

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Photo: facebook.com/GuyVerhofstadt

Source: MTI

3 Comments

  1. Sander Driessen

    Clown Verhofstadt has to visit his dentist! This empty head person is a puppet on a string and is (of course) on the payroll of Schwartz György, a.k.a. George Soros. Guy, please take attention to the following and stop lying:
    Great concerns have been raised among Dutch citizens about a migrationpact that State Secretary Mark Harbers (Foreigners Affairs) wants to conclude with UN-memberstates on 11.12.2018 during a conference in Moroccan Marrakesh. The Dutch newspaper ‘De Telegraaf’ (not bought by Orbán!) wrote this in an article that only appeared late in the evening of 17.10.2018 after 22:00 and therefore the following morning had already disappeared from the ‘headlines’. With the exception of Elsevier magazine, the proposal of the state secretary of VVD-house did not overtake the further mass media. This is remarkable because it is a matter of concern to all citizens in Europe on a daily basis, which causes major problems and nuisance, namely migrationproblems. In the meantime petitions have started in the Germany and the Netherlands hoping to prevent their governments from confirming this unfortunate intention with their signature. A debate request from Forum for Freedom groupleader Baudet to hold a debate on this was unsuccessful. The House of Representatives found no support for a debate with the State Secretary for Justice and Security about the report that the State Secretary intended to sign the ‘Global Pact for safe, orderly and regular migration’. Point 10 of the provisional agenda for the conference calls for the approval of Member States for a global (UN) pact for safe, orderly and regular migration. At point 12, the pact explains that the aim is to address the ‘steering forces and structural problems that prevent people from building up a sustainable life in the country of origin’. The best way to do this, according to the organization, is to take care of those who do travel to the (rich) West during their trips. Some states have already withdrawn themselves from the migrationpact: the US, Australia and Hungary. Poland and Austria have also already expressed criticism. The Polish government is also considering an exit because the draft for the first UN global pact on migration could encourage ‘illegal migration’ and not provide ‘security guarantees for Poland’, according to the Polish minister Joachim Brudzinski, who strongly criticized the plans. In the meantime he would have recommended his government to withdraw. He particularly complained that the pact did not honor the main priorities of his government: protecting the interests of Polish citizens and limiting migration. Brudzinski belongs to the ruling party PiS.
    According to the Swiss Morgenpost (July 2018), approximately 250 million Africans may emigrate to Europe by 2065 at the latest. There are now studies showing that 35% of the African workforce between the ages of 20 and 40 are considering to come. The continent currently has 1.2 billion people and soon there will be more than 2 billion. Whether 250 million of them actually emigrate to Europe or stay on their own continent with the UN proposals is questionable. The African countries seem to be aware of the problem and want to improve local living conditions with Agenda 2062. Obviously, the UN-supported deportation of labor is one of them. Both new UN agreements may not be binding agreements under international law, but so-called soft laws, that is to say that they are declarations of intent, a kind of guidelines. The US has already withdrawn themselves from both. If the specified number of future migrants were correct, then there are some other figures to be delivered: in 2015 Europe had about 750 million inhabitants at about 10.18 million km². Africa had 1.1 billion (2014) inhabitants on an area of 30.2 million km². The proposals of the UN have no eye for the citizens of Europe. The population is already suffering considerable damage from the enormous influx; the shortage of housing, the enormous demand for health care, the lack of understanding for the free Western European culture and the obvious unwillingness to be part of our – provable – successful way of life. On the other hand, all wrong rankings are led by migrants or their descendants, a look at the statistics is sufficient, as is a look into the prisons. The disappearance of existing cultures and the merging into a substitute culture is largely in line with what was referred to in the Nürnberger trials as a ‘crime against humanity’. Of those ideals that have been declared lofty at that time, in 2018 nothing is apparently left. It does not hurt, incidentally, to think that the so-called ‘Third World countries’ are the majority in the UN. It is quite conceivable that people who cannot make progress in other cultures to a level that corresponds to or rises above the Western status of unemployed, departures from the country of origin. But it is downright criminal of the UN for the apparently available spend money on a lifelong allowance on foreign soil and thus withhold the country of origin development prospects by taking the potential labor force. Only the ‘Mugabes’ of Africa are enabled by this unfortunate plan to maintain their private earnings model. The ‘Global Elites’, who have found an excellent partner in Europe, have now provided for the reallocation of low-paid labor. It is striking that they are not yet pondering about the re-allocation of production resources. This has a lot to do with the legal certainty of ownership and possession in the rather ‘African’ countries on the continent. It is strange that the UN did not first think about it. By the way, Soros-adept Szargentini of course has no eye for the massive fraud by African countries with financial aid from the West.

  2. David Yuhas

    Yes, Guy Vehofstadt is a Charicature of a Human Being…bur the Question must be asked…”Why does Hungary insist in belonging to an Institution in which it must play 2nd Fiddle to the likes of Guy Verhofstatdt?

    The European Parliament, an Organization designed to turn the Member States of the EU into a characterless, 3rd World Entity, is not a “Complement to the Hungarian Parliament” but a Direct Competitor.

    Nobody really cares whether the Fidesz Bloc sits with the “EPP” or the “PPE”…its Presence in the European Parliament means only that it favors being a Member of dues-paying Organization whose Executive consistsof Guy Verhofstadt & “what’s her Name” Sargentini

  3. Sander Driessen

    Alexander Soros (or shal we call him Schwartz Sándor) wrote in a newspaper the following:
    On October 2018 an explosive device was delivered to my father’s home north of New York City. An alert member of our staff recognized the threat and called the police. Fortunate-ly, the authorities were able to detonate the device safely. On Wednesday, the Secret Service said it had intercepted similar devices sent to the offices of former President Barack Obama and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. We are all grateful that no one was injured and grateful to those who kept us safe. But the incident was profoundly disturbing – as a threat not just to the safety of our family, neighbors, colleagues and friends, but also to the future of American democracy. My family is no stranger to the hostilities of those who reject our phi-losophy, our politics and our very identity. My father grew up in the shadow of the Nazi-regime in Hungary. My grandfather secured papers with false names so that they could survive the onslaught against Budapest’s Jews; he helped many others do the same. After the war, as the Communists took power, my father escaped to London where he studied at the London School of Economics before embarking on what ultimately became a hugely successful career in fi-nance. But the lessons of his early life never left him. His biggest philanthropic endeavor, the Open Society Foundations, played a leading role in supporting the transition from Communism to more democratic societies in parts of the former Soviet Union and then expanded to protect democratic practices in existing democracies. My father acknowledges that his philanthropic work, while non-partisan, is ‘political’ in a broad sense: It seeks to support those who promote societies where everyone has a voice.
    There is a long list of people who find that proposition unacceptable and my father has faced plenty of attacks along the way, many dripping with the poison of anti-Semitism. But some-thing changed in 2016. Before that, the vitriol he faced was largely confined to the extremist fringes, among white supremacists and nationalists who sought to undermine the very foun-dations of democracy. But with Donald Trump’s presidential campaign, things got worse. Whi-te supremacists and anti-Semites like David Duke endorsed his campaign. Mr. Trump’s final TV ad famously featured my father; Janet Yellen, chairwoman of the Federal Reserve; and Lloyd Blankfein, chairman of Goldman Sachs – all of them Jewish – amid dog-whistle language about ‘special interests’ and ‘global special interests’. A genie was let out of the bottle, which may take generations to put back in, and it wasn’t confined to the United States. In Hungary, Prme Minister Viktor Orbán launched an anti-Semitic poster campaign falsely accusing my fa-ther of wanting to flood Hungary with migrants. This included plastering my father’s face onto the floor of trams in Budapest so that people would walk on it, all to serve Mr. Orbán’s political agenda. Now we have attempted bomb attacks. While the responsibility lies with the indivi-dual or individuals who sent these lethal devices to my family home and Mr. Obama’s and Ms. Clinton’s offices, I cannot see it divorced from the new normal of political demonization that plagues us today. I am under no illusion that the hatred directed at us is unique. There are too many people in the United States and around the world who have felt the force of this malign spirit. It is now all too ‘normal’ that people who speak their minds are routinely subjected to personal hostility, hateful messages on social media and death threats.
    It is also all too normal that organizations doing important pro-democracy work face existen-tial threats simply because they accept support from the foundations my father started. And all too normal that political leaders who swear an oath of office to protect all citizens instead pursue politics of division and hate. We are far removed from the days when Senator John McCain rebuffed his own supporters during the 2008 election to patriotically defend his oppo-nent, Mr. Obama – all because he believed that the health of our democracy was more impor-tant than his personal political gain. We must find our way to a new political discourse that shuns the demonization of all political opponents. A first step would be to cast our ballots to reject those politicians cynically responsible for undermining the institutions of our democracy. And we must do it now, before it is too late.
    What a boy is this! He is ready to continue the destructiver work of his ‘father.
    See Soros real background: https://youtu.be/W8Id0-Lsyr0

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