In an interview with Hungarian outlet Magyar Idők, Orban warned that the very survival of Europe hangs in the balance.
“Today we live in a time when international politics is a battlefield,” he said. “The independence and freedom of European nations are at stake, and at the center of the battlefield is migration.”
“The biggest debate in Europe today is about migration, this is what our future stands or falls on, the fate of Europe.”
“The question is whether the character of European nations will be determined by the same spirit, civilization, culture and mentality as in our parents’ and grandparents’ time, or by something completely different,” he continued.
Orban pulled no punches when he directly named infamous Hungarian billionaire, George Soros, as the financial engine behind the pro-migrant, pro-globalization agenda in Europe.
“Those calling themselves liberal and left-wing – who are supported with the money, power and networks of international forces, with George Soros at the forefront – claim that taking action against migration is wrong, impractical and immoral,” Orban said. “In contrast with this, we want to preserve the foundations of Europe.”
“We do not want parallel societies, we do not want population exchanges, and we do not want to replace Christian civilization with a different kind.
Hungary hurriedly built a barbed wire fence along its southern border with Serbia and Croatia at the beginning of the fake ‘refugee crisis’ in 2015, and is now in the process of erecting a high-tech wall to supplement the fence in preparation for the spring, when warmer weather will likely encourage millions more to attempt passage into Europe.
A leaked report from early 2017 indicates that there are as many as six million migrants poised to enter Europe, with millions more to come – many of whom are West Africans from crowded, impoverish countries seeking to freeload off European taxpayers and enjoy the fruits of advanced Western society.
The Austrian Military Intelligence anticipates that exploding populations and high unemployment in Africa could produce a surge of up to 15 million migrants by the year 2020.
Dutch politician Geert Wilders, whom many would consider a contemporary of Orban’s, recently issued similar warnings regarding the fate of European civilization and the impending increase of African invaders.
“It is our mere existence that is at stake,” Wilders said. “We haven’t seen anything yet.”
“One billion people, mostly from Islamic backgrounds, will come to Europe in this century.”
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