PM Orbán: George Soros has “signed up” for Hungary’s election campaign due to his network's commitment to forcing migration policies upon Europe
“The Soros network works like a party: it wants to remove and weaken governments that push back against the resettlement of Muslims,” PM Orbán said during his regular interview slot on Kossuth Radio
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has said that the network of US financier George Soros has “signed up” for Hungary’s election campaign due to its commitment to forcing migration policies upon Europe.
“The Soros network works like a party: it wants to remove and weaken governments that push back against the resettlement of Muslims,” PM Orbán said during his regular interview slot on Kossuth Radio.
The prime minister said he expects the “Soros network” to pursue propaganda, strengthen civil groups, “pay hundreds or thousands of people” and set up so-called civil centers throughout the country that would function exactly like political parties during a campaign.
According to MTI, PM Orbán said Soros had already succeeded in pushing his agenda through the European Parliament. Now they are putting pressure on the European Council in an effort to persuade the bloc’s prime ministers to approve its decision so that the settlement of migrants can get under way.
The prime minister said the Hungarian government had to start dealing with Soros once “his enormous machine … suddenly inserted itself into the migration issue, and the financial speculator put forward his plan for whose implementation he mobilized his network”.
“Since then, this has become somewhat of a life-and-death matter for Hungary,” the prime minister added. “With Soros, you always have to watch his hands instead of his mouth because a speculator is the kind of person who has a talent for talking one’s head off,” he said.
The prime minister said the “Soros network” wants to dismantle the fence on Hungary’s southern border because it does not want nations to be separated by borders. It wants Hungarians to be happy to receive people from cultures that are different from theirs and give them money. “But we want a different kind of future,” he said.
The prime minister said the state has had to employ every means at its disposal, including a fresh report by the domestic intelligence services concerning the make-up, operations and influence of the “Soros machine”, he added.
PM Orbán said that Soros himself had published a document he refers to as “a plan” which outlines migration policies and other major concerns for Europe.
The prime minister said the migration issue would determine Hungary’s future. It seemed that the Hungarian people had a clear position on this during the National Consultation survey, he said. He added that it took “effort” to respond to the survey, because people have to read the questionnaire, understand it and want to fill it out, “possibly even discussing it with their wives or friends”, before mailing it.
PM Orbán said the latest survey had been the most successful of all the “National Consultations” the government has organized, which, he said, indicated that Hungarians consider the issue of the “Soros plan” to be paramount in terms of their future.