Several days ago, Prime Minister Orbán was speaking about a group of leaders that served during a tough period in Hungary’s history, the inter-war period, and his remarks generated some controversy. Inevitably, some raised the worn-out charge of anti-Semitism. Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó put them properly in their place.
The Financial Times and the Soros plan deniers: these people just aren’t being straight with us
Sometimes, you just can’t make this stuff up. Over the course of last week, two prominent media sources have run pieces featuring flat-out denials that the Soros plan exists.Read more