Hungarian Leader: George Soros Is ‘the Most Corrupt Man in the World’
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán attacks far-left globalist for 'destroying nations'
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán called globalist billionaire George Soros "the most corrupt man in the world," condemning the far-left financier's efforts to create a “European empire” under the guise of a global open society.
Orbán notes that in Soros' article, he instructs the leaders of the European Union to “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.’”
Orbán calls Soros an “economic criminal” who “made his money through speculation, ruining the lives of millions of people, and even blackmailing entire national economies."
Orbán says that many believe that prime ministers must not debate with economic criminals, the same way leaders must not negotiate with terrorists.
“Yet now I am compelled to do so,” Orbán declares.
As Soros describes himself as “a committed supporter of the EU as a model of an open society,” Orbán argues that “Europe’s strength has always been derived from its nations.”
“Every attempt to unify Europe under the aegis of empire has failed,” Orbán insists.
“Thus, historical experience tells us that Europe will be great again if its nations become great again, and resist all forms of imperial ambition.”
“Great forces are once again moving to eradicate the nations of Europe and unify the continent under the aegis of a global empire,” the Hungarian PM continues.
“The Soros network, which has woven itself through Europe’s bureaucracy and its political elite, has for years been working to make Europe an immigrant continent.”
“Today, the Soros network, which promotes a global open society and seeks to abolish national frameworks, is the greatest threat faced by the states of the European Union,” he adds.
“The goals of the network are obvious: to create multi-ethnic, multicultural open societies by accelerating migration, and to dismantle national decision-making, placing it in the hands of the global elite.”
Orbán asserts that in the midst of an economic crisis, the “need for European solidarity, for European nations to come together to help each other, has never been greater,”
“During all these crises, this speculator – who calls himself a philanthropist – did not consider the interests of the people of Europe, but acted to his own advantage,” Orbán states.
“Memorably he attacked the Hungarian forint and Hungary’s largest bank in the economic crisis, and he planned to speed up, distribute and finance the resettlement of immigrants during the migrant crisis; and now he is proposing that Member States punish one another, instead of embracing solidarity and mutual assistance.”
Orbán accuses Soros of attempting to pressure nation-states and to set the peoples of Europe against one another.
“On the payroll of George Soros are a long list of politicians, journalists, judges, bureaucrats, and political agitators masquerading as members of civil society organizations,” he states.
“And although the billionaire accuses all his enemies of corruption, he himself is the most corrupt man in the world.”
“He pays off and buys whoever he can – and those whom he cannot bribe will be slandered, humiliated, intimidated, and destroyed by the network through its formidable weapon: the left-wing media battalions,” he claimed.
Orbán says Soros' goal is to build a unified empire that would force “a unified way of thinking, a unified culture and a unified social model on Europe’s free and independent nations.”
In September, PM Orbán wrote a long and scathing exposé, asserting that Soros seeks to destroy nationalism by encouraging nationwide unrest and promoting mass-migration to destroy society's structural unity to build a more controllable populous.
"The greatest threat to national self-determination today is the global network of open society advocates which seek to abolish national governance," Orbán says.
"The goals of George Soros's network with unlimited financial and human resources are clear."
Last year, The European Commission took the Hungarian government to the Court of Justice of the European Union over its 'Stop Soros' laws that prevent illegal immigration.
The law was passed making it a crime to help illegal immigrants and asylum settle in Hungary.