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Victor Orban against George Soros - national feelings against globalism

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Victor Orban against George Soros - national feelings against globalism

Part of the internal conflicts that are currently shaking the European Union is the open controversy between the American billionaire George Soros, widely known for his interference in the affairs of a large number of sovereign states, and Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban. In fact, between the two politicians (and it is difficult not to consider Soros as such) a discussion is being held not so much about the specific current problems of Europe, but about the path it will take in the future.


The dispute was initiated by Soros himself, who rather unceremoniously intervened in the ongoing conflict within the EU between Brussels on the one hand, and Warsaw and Budapest on the other. Without going into the details of this confrontation, it is worth mentioning that Poland and Hungary are under a flurry of criticism from the European bureaucrats, the reason for which is the changes they have taken in their own judicial systems. However, this is only an apparent reason. In fact, we are talking about a much wider range of contradictions.

Both Poles and Hungarians categorically do not want to follow the path of following a whole range of "common European values", which in Brussels are classified as fundamental. The attitude towards EU migration policy, "LGBT rights", and the like that cause irritation in conservative (as by the standards of modern Europe) Hungary and Poland is not a complete list of real controversial issues. By and large, we are talking about resistance to the processes of globalization that are sweeping the Old World.

Brussels decided to settle the conflict with the usual methods: by threatening to deprive these two countries of subsidized funding. Warsaw and Budapest, instead of "being afraid and penetrated," answered in the same vein - they blocked the EU budget next year in the process of voting for it. Do you give money? So let no one get them! The situation began to acquire all the signs of an impasse, and then one of the main globalists of the planet (if not the most important), George Soros, decided to intervene in the conflict.

The article he published on the website of the Project Syndicate not only calls on Europe to “confront Hungary and Poland,” but directly indicates that this should be done as tough as possible. At the same time, the founder of the "Open Society" is not at all shy in expressions, directly calling Viktor Orban and Yaroslav Kachinsky "political corrupt officials." Soros also dubbed the Hungarian prime minister a "kleptocrat", ascribing to him almost attempts to "usurp power for life." The accusations are very grave by the standards of the zealots of "European values".

By the way, among them there is also indignation about Budapest's intentions to purchase a Russian vaccine against coronavirus. Well, this puppeteer of "color revolutions" has never been a friend of our country, so everything is just natural here. Soros ends his angry philippics with quite specific recommendations to Brussels: simply bypass the Hungarian-Polish budget veto, while leaving these two countries without a euro cent of money. Let them suffer ...

The answer of Orban, insulted to the depths of his soul, and who had not previously harbored a single gram of warm feelings for Soros and the structures headed by him, did not keep himself waiting. The hitch came only with the fact that the article of Soros's opponent Project Syndicate flatly refused to publish. Nevertheless, she, of course, saw the light. We must pay tribute to Orban - there is much less poison and bile in her, and there are much more deep maxims and very sound reflections on the fate of Europe. However, he still could not resist calling Soros an "economic criminal" and "a world speculator who destroyed the lives of millions." As well as from noticing: in fact, it is inappropriate for the prime minister of a sovereign state to debate with such dubious personalities as the head of the Open Society.

However, he supported the dispute. Orban's main reasoning is that he is not opposed to the European Union, but against that colossal corrupt and criminal "empire" created by Soros, who only pretends to be a philanthropist, but in fact is a power-obsessed maniac who seeks to create a kind of "multi-ethnic and multicultural" "New empire" under its own leadership. The Hungarian prime minister reproaches politicians and officials from Brussels for "succumbing" to this destructive aspiration, while openly saying that many of them have long been "bought by Soros and are on his salary."

Viktor Orban argues that the values ​​declared by the Open Society and its owner in no way have anything to do with freedom and independence, but are only well-veiled slavery. The Hungarian Prime Minister openly opposes the liberal democracy from Soros to Christian democracy, the main value for which is freedom of informed choice, and not blind submission and adherence to the dictates of the majority.

Ultimately, Orban speaks of a "battle with the new Brussels empire" confronted by "nation states" wishing to preserve their identity and freedom, one of the main threats to which he sees "Soros's network." Based on this, we can say that a fair political "storm" is gathering in the Old World. Who will win, and how such battles will “backfire” in the already weakened “united Europe”, is still difficult to say. It will certainly not be boring, however.
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  1. Kuz
    Kuz 2 December 2020 15: 24
    +23
    Well, there are sound politicians in the European Community.
    1. Crowe
      Crowe 2 December 2020 15: 32
      +12
      There is, but to the point of this ... The same Sarah Wagenknecht does affect at least something, with all my personal respect for her ...
      1. Tatyana
        Tatyana 2 December 2020 16: 12
        +9
        However, from the fact that to call Soros an "economic criminal" and "a world speculator who destroyed the lives of millions," Orban still could not resist.

        Why should Orban restrain himself and not tell the truth about Soros, if this is really the case ?!
        Everything about Soros is true! And most importantly - everyone knows about it! And repetition is the mother of learning!

        Well done Orban! About Soros, he said correctly!
        1. Poseidon
          Poseidon 2 December 2020 16: 30
          +2
          Quote: Tatiana
          Everything about Soros is true! And most importantly - everyone knows about it! And repetition is the mother of learning!

          Yes, that's for sure, Armenia is a recent example of this ...
          Quote: Tatiana
          Well done Orban! About Soros, he said correctly!

          The more they talk about it fearlessly in the world, the better .. In Russia he has been wielding for a long time, now he is secretly or are simply afraid to talk about it directly .. The souls of children would be protected from this influence ..
        2. Cutter
          Cutter 2 December 2020 21: 56
          0
          [quote] [However, he still could not resist calling Soros an "economic criminal" and "a world speculator who destroyed the lives of millions." As well as from the fact that / quote]
          That's right, Tatiana! good
        3. Imre posta
          Imre posta 3 December 2020 23: 24
          0
          Orbán? https://www.rt.com/news/508446-brussels-orgy-organizer-mep/
        4. Imre posta
          Imre posta 3 December 2020 23: 24
          0
          https://www.rt.com/news/508446-brussels-orgy-organizer-mep/
    2. credo
      credo 2 December 2020 15: 40
      +4
      [quote] [quote = Kuz] Well, there are smart politicians in the European Community. [/ quote] [quote = Kuz] [/ quote]

      Rather not reasonable, but on their own mind, who act on the principle - "Since I am for you, give me more money, and I will decide what to do with it myself."
      A sort of a la Lukashenka EES spill.

      [quote] Ultimately, Orban speaks of a "battle with the new Brussels empire", which is opposed by "nation states" that want to preserve their identity and freedom, one of the main threats to which he sees the "Soros network". Based on this, we can say that a fair political "storm" is gathering in the Old World. Who will win, and how such battles will “backfire” in the already weakened “united Europe”, is still difficult to say. It won't be boring, however. [/ Quote / [/ quote] [i] [/ i]

      You might think Orban does not know that Hungary and Poland were not taken to the EU in order for them to preserve their identity. It is banal to play on the national feelings of the Hungarians to preserve their power.
      But we in Russia are interested in both Orban and Kachinsky only because they bring dissonance to the orderly ranks of the UES company. We can't wait to join their duet "liberal" Bulgaria, Romania, Baltic tattered cats and lumps of the former Yugoslavia.
      Brace Brussels with Soros until you get bored.
  2. Doccor18
    Doccor18 2 December 2020 15: 28
    +3
    There are two Christian islands left in old Europe, where they believe that blaming Russia for all sins and morally corrupting the entire population of the country are completely different things, and Hungary and Poland did not subscribe to this ...
    1. Stirbjorn
      Stirbjorn 2 December 2020 15: 32
      +6
      I'm sorry, but Poland is ahead of everyone in this regard! The most Russophobic state in Europe
      1. Crowe
        Crowe 2 December 2020 15: 34
        +9
        England has been forgotten. No one has a more Russophobic policy.
        1. Stirbjorn
          Stirbjorn 2 December 2020 17: 21
          +2
          Quote: Crowe
          England has been forgotten. No one has a more Russophobic policy.

          I don't know, our oligarchs quite live there for themselves. Abramovich, Usmanov, you can still remember the TV presenter Brilev
      2. Mikhail S.
        Mikhail S. 2 December 2020 15: 43
        +3
        Russophobic yes, but they are more Catholics than the Pope! "Holier than the Pope"
    2. credo
      credo 2 December 2020 16: 10
      +3
      Quote: Doccor18
      There are two Christian islands left in old Europe, where they believe that blaming Russia for all sins and morally corrupting the entire population of the country are completely different things, and Hungary and Poland did not subscribe to this ...

      But they can also subscribe if the EU, represented by Brussels, Germany or France, presents them with an invoice to reimburse the money received earlier. And who says that Hungary and Poland are fighting to maintain the "image of morality" of their population? This is not at all the case, and these countries are not at all puritanical. They just want to live in some things in their own way, and not obey Brussels, while demanding money from the common pot much more than they "put" into it.
      The USSR has already gone through such an experience of "living together" with the CMEA countries, the socialist camp and the union republics.
      It seems that the EU has decided to follow the path of the USSR, stepping on the same rake, and we should not interfere with it.
      1. kulinar
        kulinar 2 December 2020 19: 53
        +1
        Quote: credo
        Quote: Doccor18
        There are two Christian islands left in old Europe, where they believe that blaming Russia for all sins and morally corrupting the entire population of the country are completely different things, and Hungary and Poland did not subscribe to this ...

        But they can also subscribe if the EU, represented by Brussels, Germany or France, presents them with an invoice to reimburse the money received earlier. And who says that Hungary and Poland are fighting to maintain the "image of morality" of their population? This is not at all the case, and these countries are not at all puritanical. They just want to live in some things in their own way, and not obey Brussels, while demanding money from the common pot much more than they "put" into it.
        The USSR has already gone through such an experience of "living together" with the CMEA countries, the socialist camp and the union republics.
        It seems that the EU has decided to follow the path of the USSR, stepping on the same rake, and we should not interfere with it.

        You just don't know anything about the Poles.
        Well, except for the "hyena of Europe" laughing
        Absolute rejection of Muslims and rear wheel drive !!!
        No tolerance for migrants. Catholicism in family life.
        This is indeed the last country, the guardian of Christian values, in Europe.
        There are similar sentiments in Lithuania, but they give voice only on command.
        We are not talking about Russophobia.
    3. Imre posta
      Imre posta 3 December 2020 23: 25
      0
      https://www.rt.com/news/508446-brussels-orgy-organizer-mep/
  3. Daniil Konovalenko
    Daniil Konovalenko 2 December 2020 15: 34
    0
    Based on this, we can say that a fair political "storm" is gathering in the Old World
    This storm will not lead to the collapse of the EU, a compromise will be found. And here's the surprising thing. As bad as it was, the EU members are not eager to leave. Even Basque Country and Scotland declare their desire to stay in the EU if they gain independence.
    1. tihonmarine
      tihonmarine 2 December 2020 15: 56
      -1
      Quote: Daniil Konovalenko
      Even Basque Country and Scotland declare their desire to remain in the EU if they gain independence.

      Without a mother, they cannot live, they are accustomed to being looked after and to a boob.
  4. tihonmarine
    tihonmarine 2 December 2020 15: 50
    0
    The article he published on the website of the Project Syndicate not only calls on Europe to “confront Hungary and Poland,” but directly indicates that this should be done as tough as possible.

    To confront what? That the Poles and Hungarians do not want their grandchildren to be Muslims and outcasts in their country, so that in Poland and Hungary in 50 years there would be no Poles and Magyars, because children are not born from LGBT people. The extermination of its population is called genocide. And everything is peaceful, without war, but by the forces of migrants and gays.
  5. Cowbra
    Cowbra 2 December 2020 16: 08
    -1
    The funny thing about this is that in this confrontation, Soros, working for the CIA, continues to successfully fulfill his task - to destabilize United Europe and its elimination, as a competitor to the United States, and Orban does not achieve anything at all. Even within the framework of the Visegrad group, Hungary is no one, dancing with the Poles. Within the EU, it has only worsened its position - now they can actually be freed from subsidies by creating a "Europe of two speeds", which they only threatened so far - but Poland and Hungary have gone too far, now the last fool understands that the Visegrad group directly interferes with the DEVELOPED part of Europe. France and Germany lost the most from the rejection of the budget. So it is vital for them to throw the Visegrad group out into the cold.
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  7. askort154
    askort154 2 December 2020 16: 18
    +3
    The Hungarian prime minister reproaches politicians and officials from Brussels for "succumbing" to this destructive aspiration, while openly saying that many of them have long been "bought by Soros and are on his salary."

    Look at Soros - the immortal Koschey! In August, turned 90, and he
    runs around the world and scatters his colorful feces. He has "only 8 billion" behind him, and he is organizing "color revolutions" around the world. Only the coup in Ukraine cost 5 billion dl. And what is most interesting is that all Western mass media "do not notice" him. They have a complete taboo on him. And this suggests that he is not an altruistic billionaire, he is the manager of the financier of the US intelligence services. They organize "events" and pay through it.
  8. Avior
    Avior 2 December 2020 16: 22
    +2
    Both the Poles and the Hungarians have very strong nationalist views.
    These are practically mono-ethnic countries; others simply do not stay in their midst.
    Therefore, they all sorts of refugees, like a sickle in one place.
    But at the same time, they have a shortage of workers - many, when they received Schengen, began to move to work in countries with higher salaries - Germany, France.
    They chose a more sparing option for themselves - they stimulate the arrival of Belarusians and Ukrainians. While this is not very comfortable for their nationalism, it is incomparably better for them than Pakistanis or Syrians.
  9. zwlad
    zwlad 2 December 2020 16: 41
    +1
    The Arabs have not yet come to visit them. Toli will still be with this geyrope.
  10. Ryaruav
    Ryaruav 2 December 2020 16: 47
    +1
    Orban is a fine fellow in the sense that, unlike the corrupt ones, the Pole does not lie down like this under the amers, an aspen stake in their throat
    1. Imre posta
      Imre posta 3 December 2020 23: 26
      0
      https://www.rt.com/news/508446-brussels-orgy-organizer-mep/
  11. Wolf
    Wolf 2 December 2020 17: 17
    +1
    Good article. The author from me is a big plus.
  12. Kara
    Kara 2 December 2020 22: 36
    +17
    "Not all is well in the Danish Kingdom" ...
  13. Alexander Sosnitsky
    Alexander Sosnitsky 3 December 2020 13: 04
    +1
    Soros is also national in favor of a particularly cunning nation. So nationalism is everywhere, let them not lie. Lies are the most powerful weapon