PM Orbán: Sunday's general election is about securing the future of Hungary
The prime minister said there will either be a national government and Hungary will remain a Hungarian country, or there will be an internationalist government formed in essence by George Soros which would force Hungary into becoming an immigrant country
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has asked voters in Sunday's general election to not only think about the present, but also of the future of the country.
During his regular interview slot, the prime minister said that there will either be a national government and Hungary will remain a Hungarian country, or there will be an internationalist government formed in essence by George Soros that would force Hungary into becoming an immigrant country.
He stressed that Hungary’s development will have been in vain if immigration is allowed, as it will consume all the advantages produced by the country’s growth.
PM Orbán also said that Soros organizations are focused on immigration and the dissolution of Christian Europe. He added that by influencing elections they seek to ensure that pro-immigration and pro-Soros people are elected to national parliaments, and eventually into governments, thereby transforming the targeted countries.
He highlighted that in Hungary approximately 2,000 people are paid and working in order to bring down the government in the election campaign and to form a pro-immigration cabinet that is also acceptable to George Soros.
“We know precisely who these people are, we know names, we know by and large who, how and why they are working to transform Hungary into an immigrant country," he said, adding that this is one of the reasons the government presented the “Stop Soros” legislative package to Parliament.
The prime minister also stressed that at the EU summit in June Hungary must be represented by a prime minister who is able to protect the country from this plan.