Orban orders intelligence services to map Soros networks
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban has ordered his intelligence services to map the nefarious networks of globalist billionaire George Soros.
Published: October 30, 2017, 7:05 am
Orban believes Soros is behind the push from EU institutions to promote a “mixed-population” continent. On 24 October 2017, Orban noted that Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) would be “a zone without migrants”.
The Hungarian leader has meanwhile revealed plans for an international conference in Budapest early next year which will discuss “the future of Europe”.
The EU and some of its key member states have been “taken hostage” by a “speculative financial Empire” through an orchestrated “invasion of new immigrants,” Orban said in Budapest last week.
“This plan was developed to make Europe a mixed [multicultural] continent,” the prime minister said at the event commemorating the anniversary of the 1956 anti-Soviet uprising in Hungary.
Hungarians are being consulted over a seven-week period, including being given a questionnaire from the government asking whether they support the “Soros plan”. The Soros plan involves flooding Europe with migrants.
The anti-immigration Hungarian Prime Minister is the favorite to win next year’s parliamentary elections, Bloomberg reported.
“We should never underestimate the power of the dark side,” driving the “migrant invasion”, Orban said, warning that they “have no solid structure but extensive networks”.
Orban’s Fidesz party has increased its support to 59 percent of decided voters, a Tarki survey published this week showed, reflecting the huge success of his campaign focused on anti-migration with billboards exposing Soros.
The billboards, which was posted nationwide in July, showed a smiling Soros next to the caption “Let’s not allow Soros to have the last laugh”.
Orban said in an interview with Kossuth Radio on Friday, that the networks run by the billionaire financier’s “dark empire”, were targeting Hungary. Soros, in turn, has accused Orban of running a “mafia state”.
Orban has mocked the idea of a “European nation” and said the EU was trying to impose a myth. He said: “I believe there is no such thing as a European nation. There are Slovaks, Czechs, Poles, Hungarians, Germans, and many other nations.”
Speaking alongside his Visegrad allies in Slovenia last week, he noted: “The strength of the EU is only possible through strong national institutions.”
Orban accused Soros in July this year of financing a “new, mixed, Muslimized Europe”. He has repeatedly blamed the tycoon for igniting the refugee crisis in Europe, adding that “Brussels has come under George Soros’s influence”.
Speaking to Kossuth Radio, the Hungarian leader said: “Europe can be divided into two parts: there is a migrant-free zone in Central Europe and countries that receive immigrants (in Western Europe).”
A conservative Slovene weekly journal recently described the tycoon as follows: “George Soros is one of the most depraved and dangerous people of our time,” responsible for “the invasion of the negroid and semitic hordes and thereby for the twilight of the EU … he is a deadly enemy of the Western civilisation, nation state and white, European man”. His goal is to build a “rainbow coalition composed of social marginals like faggots, feminists, Muslims and work-hating cultural Marxists” which would then perform “a deconstruction of the nation-state, and transform the EU into a multicultural dystopia of the United States of Europe”.
This month Soros transferred “the bulk of his wealth” to the Open Society Foundations, the nonprofit organisation revealed. The $18 billion donation from Soros, makes the organisation one of the world’s largest nonprofit networks, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Created by Soros in 1979, Open Society is a grant-making foundation with branches and partners around the world and focuses on combating conservatives and nation states.
Orban’s comments also come in the wake of failing to reach an agreement with Brussels over their insistence that all countries, including Hungary take in a mandatory quota of migrants.
Orban said: “Our principle is clear: only the member state concerned can decide who lives there. Anyone who can not do this is over. This is a question of sovereignty that can not be allowed.”
The Hungarian leader said the Soros network “has an extensive sphere of influence in the European Parliament and in other institutions of the European Union” according to the Magyar Idok newspaper.
“The members of the network are working in Brussels to condemn and punish the government to change its migration policy,” Orban said.
Turning his attention to the recent elections in Austria and the Czech Republic, Orban commented: “2017 is the year of rebellion because nation states are rebellious against globalist forces, and nations want to return their right to self-determination.”
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