Viktor Orban Condemns Globalism: 'No Place for Multiculturalism in Hungary'
Hungarian prime minister stands against European Union and George Soros
Hungarian prime minister Viktor Orbán has fired back at his globalist pro-EU critics, insisting that there is no place for multiculturalism in Hungary.
Orbán statements came from an interview by French politician Philippe de Villiers in a new book, I Pulled the Thread of Lies, and Everything Unravelled, the prime minister’s office press release revealed.
“What outrages our opponents the most is the fact that in our Constitution we have written that Hungary has Christian roots; that here there is no place for multiculturalism; that a child has the right to a mother and a father; and that our nation has the right to defend its borders – which are also the borders of the European Union,” Orbán said.
Orbán also noted that the European Union could become split, adding that Europe is becoming divided by 'Islamification' and those who resist it.
“If… they force us to accept the UN’s migration compact or the decisions of the European Commission, thereby aligning us with their permissive Western policy, disintegration cannot be ruled out,” he warned.
Globalists across Europe have attacked the Hungarian government for their strong border policy, and it stand against billionaire George Soros and his network for non-governmental organizations (NGOs).
Soros was forced to relocate his Open Society Foundation to Berlin folwing Hungary's campaign against him.
George Soros Takes Hungary to Court to Force Open Borders Policies | Neon Nettle https://t.co/S4swfwjIY3— Lorrona (@ibangel) September 28, 2018
Last month, Foreign minister Péter Szijjártó described Hungary's rejection of multiculturalism and mass migration as a resolution to market and demographic challenges.
Szijjártó explained how the country is favoring a more socially cohesive society along with 'pro-family' policies which support local people to 'upskill' and raise their own families.
“We have made it very clear during the debate in the European Union that we do not consider migration as a proper answer to our challenges regarding demography, or our challenges regarding the labor market,” he told Breitbart in an interview.
“When it comes to demography, we would rather support our families to be able to raise more kids, and not to make it an economic decision whether to have another kid or not,” he explained.