Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orbán accused European Union leaders and Hungarian-American billionaire-leftist George Soros of seeking a “new, mixed, Muslimized Europe,” according to the Associated Press.
The Prime Minister was visiting Romania to discuss border fences when he made his comments.
Hungary is opposed to taking in migrants “who could change the country’s cultural identity,” Orbán said. But, he added, Hungary will remain a place where “Western European Christians will always be able to find security.”
Orbán, who will seek a fourth term in April 2018, said Hungary’s opposition parties were no match for his government.
Orbán is up for election in April, 2018 and Soros is a powerful foe.
“We have to stand our ground against the Soros mafia network and the Brussels bureaucrats. And, during the next nine months, we will have to fight against the media they operate,” Orbán said.
Orbán cleverly got the jump on Soros with a three-month campaign he ran against Soros. Soros in turn accused the PM of anti-Semitism but Israel disagrees with Soros on that. The only ones saying the campaign was J-Street, a radical left group who often betrays Israel.
Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu also joined Orban in denouncing Soros, calling him a threat, according to Reuters.
Israel’s foreign ministry has issued a statement denouncing U.S. billionaire George Soros, a move that appeared designed to align Israel more closely with Hungary ahead of a visit to Budapest next week by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Soros funds some good groups, but mostly he funds radical hard-left organizations intent on taking down Capitalism and Western societies.
Soros is a fan of replacing Western populations with Islamists via his open borders policies.