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Hungary Declares War On Democrat’s Beloved Nazi Collaborator, George Soros *VIDEO* #o4a #Trump

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October 27th, 2017

Hungary has for all intents and purposes, declared war on billionaire George Soros.

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban renewed his assault on Nazi collaborator George Soros, instructing his spy agencies to map the networks run by the billionaire financier’s “empire” targeting his country, reports Bloomberg.

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Hungary’s intelligence agencies will uncover efforts by Soros to get Hungary punished by EU institutions pursuing a “mixed-population” continent, Orban said in an interview with Kossuth Radio on Friday.

Orban, who is is widely expected to win upcoming parliamentary elections next year, said Europe will be split between a “migrant-free zone” and those in the west who refuse calls to “haul” invading Muslims away.

Soros, whose organizations support Marxist philosophies being injected into a nation’s ideology, and insurgent leftist groups in Hungary since the 1980s, has hit back at Orban, himself a former Soros scholar, and accused him of running a “mafia state.”

Orban’s Fidesz party has increased its backing to 59 percent of decided voters, a Tarki survey published this week showed, reflecting an apparent success of his campaign focused on stemming the Muslim invasion and anti-Soros billboards.

With radical nationalist Jobbik poised for second place in Hungary, the allure of anti-invasion and euro-sceptic rhetoric has also extended in gains at last weekend’s election in the Czech Republic.

Watch below as George Soros describes turning in fellow Jews to Nazis occupying Hungary.

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