Hardline anti-Muslim-invasion Prime Minister Viktor Orban said that his resounding election victory shows that the Hungarian people want to stop Nazi collaborator billionaire globalist George Soros interfering in the country.
At a news conference with international media two days after cruising to his third straight term, Orban said his government had already drawn up a “Stop Soros” package of legislation before the parliamentary poll.
“The reason we submitted this package before the elections is in order to allow the Hungarian voters to cast their vote knowing our intention on this,” said Orban.
“This has happened and we believe we are mandated by this election to pass this law.”
The election saw Orban’s Fidesz party sweep the board with almost half the vote, giving it a two-thirds majority in parliament and with that legislative free rein, the UK Independent reports.
One of his main campaign promises was to stop the “globalist elite” led by Soros and Brussels undermining Europe’s security and Christian culture through a planned Muslim invasion.
Images of the Hungarian-born Soros, 87, were plastered on billboards and Orban depicted opposition figures running in the election as “Soros candidates”.
Critics said this recalled dark anti-Semitic propaganda of the past with Orban’s talk of an “enemy” that is “not national but international” and “speculates with money”.
Communist insurgency groups funded by Soros, who donates extensively in the land of his birth, have long faced bothersome regulations, harassment from local authorities and online abuse and threats.
But the “Stop Soros” package promises to go much further, aping similar laws in Russia, slapping taxes on foreign-funded non-governmental organisations that “support” illegal immigration.
Foreigners deemed to support invading barbarians could be stopped from entering Hungary, NGOs staff face being barred from approaching border areas and organizations will undergo “security tests”.
Beyond the Soros legislation, Orban however was vague on what his plans are.
“We won’t be simply continuing the previous government but creating a new one. Significant changes can be expected,” he said, without elaborating.
Meanwhile one of Hungary’s few remaining Communist daily newspapers, Magyar Nemzet, said Tuesday that its Wednesday edition will be its last after 80 years in print due to “financial reasons”, with the whole truth being that Hungarians have turned away from Communism, and no longer want to read leftist propaganda.
Magyar Nemzet is owned by Lajos Simicska, an oligarch and former treasurer of Fidesz.
Simicska fell out spectacularly with Orban in 2015 after which the paper adopted an anti-government stance.
A radio station Simicska owns will also stop broadcasting from Wednesday.
The number of independent media outlets has dwindled in recent years as business interests close to Orban have bought up TV stations and national and regional newspapers.
The country’s leading Communist newspaper, Nepszabadsag, was closed suddenly in 2016.
Asked on Tuesday about the closure of Magyar Nemzet, Orban said: “Neither I nor the government gets involved in business issues. Their owners will decide what they want to do.”
– Juncker incoming –
Brussels has launched a barrage of legal action against Hungary over its crackdown on Soros’ Communist insurgent groups and its refusal to take in invading barbarians under an EU scheme.
Orban’s victory was warmly welcomed by other EU-critical parties portraying themselves as anti-establishment that have made electoral advances.
Orban said on Tuesday that European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker had phoned him to wish him well.
“I spoke to Jean-Claude Juncker who called an hour earlier. He congratulated me. I invited him for a quick visit to Hungary which will take place within the next two weeks.”
Mr Americana, Overpasses News Desk
April 10th, 2018