Hungary and Israel are both taking action against Soros’s funded organisations
“Hungary is taking determined action against the organisations funded by George Soros, and so is Israel, according to news reports”, according to a statement issued today by the Cabinet Office of the Prime Minister.
The communiqué came in response to a joint statement on Monday by Amnesty International Hungary and Amnesty International Israel, in which they expressed their concerns about the increasing close alliance between Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán and Prime Minister of Israel Benjamin Netanyahu.
Amnesty international said it was monitoring “the increasingly close alliance” between Viktor Orbán and Benjamin Netanyahu with concern, in view of the fact that both at conducting a “stigmatising” campaign against human rights organisations and activists. According to the statement, the two politicians “are inciting hatred against universal human rights and common values”, are attempting to undermine the role of human rights organisations and activists in society, and are conducting a stigmatising campaign against them.
In a statement to Hungarian news agency MTI, the Government Communication Centre said in reply: Hungary is taking determined action against the organisations funded by George Soros, and so is Israel, according to news reports. Amnesty International is also an organisation that is funded by George Soros. The paid activists by George Soros want to bring hundreds of thousands of immigrants into Europe and are continuously attacking those countries that are protecting their borders.
Prime Minister of Israel Benjamin Netanyahu will be arriving in Hungary for an official visit on Monday.