At least 2,000 people from the Soros network are working against Hungary and the prime minister, says government spokesperson
Zoltán Kovács said the "Soros 2,000" want to interfere in the Hungarian elections and want Hungary to have a pro-immigration government
Hungary's government spokesperson has revealed that at least 2,000 people from the Soros network are working against Hungary and the prime minister.
Zoltán Kovács said the "Soros 2,000" want to interfere in the Hungarian elections and want Hungary to have a pro-immigration government.
“The Soros network has been found out with regard to yet another outrageous affair; it has transpired that at least 2,000 of the network’s people are working against the Hungarian prime minister and against Hungary, and they are doing so with an absolutely obvious goal, a political goal, and out of financial interest," Zoltán Kovács said.
"They want to interfere in the Hungarian elections and want Hungary to have a pro-immigration government instead of the current government that strongly and decidedly rejects immigration," Kovács added.
The spokesperson cited the statement by Tracie Ahern, the former Chief Financial Officer of Soros Fund Management, according to which George Soros is clearly using the hedge fund and the Open Society Organisation as a tool to facilitate the enforcement of his political opinion, financial plans and economic notions worldwide, including in Hungary.
“According to the statement, George Soros has probably spent several billion dollars on Hungary through his foundation and at least 2,000 people are working to realise his aims, meaning they are working against the Hungarian prime minister and Hungary," the spokesperson added.
Kovács has called on the Soros organizations to make public the names of those 2,000 people, and also what opposition party politicians are on the Soros organizations’ pay list.
“The Hungarian government will resist all attempts to politically influence the Cabinet’s immigration policy and turn Hungary into an immigrant country”, he underlined. “We will apply all possible means to deprive organizations that perform banned and unlawful political activities of this opportunity," he said.