Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has said that the “culture war” is not being fought on Hungary, but it being fought in Europe which is succumbing to a “creeping” cultural surrender.
The Hungarian leader warned of a “creeping pan-European cultural self-renunciation”, and argued that if the continent’s cultural foundations disappeared, Europe would “collapse like a house of cards”.
Viktor Orbán Praises Donald Trump, Slams Clinton, Rebukes EU Migration Commissioner: ‘This Man Is Our Employee’
Published 2nd October 2018
Hungarian leader Viktor Orbán has praised Donald Trump’s anti-globalist UN address, criticised Hillary Clinton’s actions as Secretary of State, and slammed EU Commissioner Dimitris Avramopoulos for propagandising for mass migration.
In an interview transcript seen by Breitbart London, the conservative-populist prime minister told Kossuth Radio that he could not begin to say how much his country “suffered during the term in office of Secretary of State [Hillary] Clinton”.
Orbán said that after the election of President Trump, “massive weights were lifted from the shoulders of leaders and citizens in many countries” burdened by “unwarranted attempts” to bend their will to that of the D.C. establishment, and that the path was now open to “establish a partnership on the basis of [national] interests”.