Thank you PePi.
Everytime I watch a Viktor Orban speech, I find it nostalgic. It reminds me of the time that the media and leadership in Canada was run by adults who had a proper responsible grip on how to run a nation state for the benefit of its people.
In these excerpts of yesterday’s State of the Nation speech, PM Orban explains how George Soros has tried to plunder Hungary no less than three times, and how a populist is a politician who promises what the people want and then does not do it. While a leader that promises what the people want and then actually does it is not populist, but simply democratic.
Soros is behind a staggering amount of the world’s collapse of meaningful and working organization of human societies.
And for him to call his efforts, “philanthropy” is the most cynical thing since “work will make you free” on the gates of Auschwitz.
And that is no accident.
H/T Johnny U.
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It looks like this isn’t the first time Soros has used a phoney set of documents to try and destroy a leader who represents his people’s interests rather than Soros and his.
(Also note the Canadian socialist connection)
April 2017, EU Parliament:
Zoltan speaks on the astro-turf, Soros paid fake protests against Orban’s right to work law:
Short segment of popular Hungarian TV show on these demonstrations. If you really want to know what happened, read some of the comments under this video at Youtube. People who were actually there write on the coverage by Western media, which has nothing to do with the actual event. As we have come to expect.
Here are a few sample comments transplanted from Youtube:
I was there. I was going home from work (because unlike them I work) and it was 2 streets away from my daily route, so I took this small bypass to see them. Hard to tell, but there was only a couple of thousand people then. But even if there were 15000 people at some time, it’s still nothing compared to the pro-gov marches where hundreds of thousands were marching representing their support towards the government.