Viktor Orban has accused members of the European Parliament of acting as the ‘useful idiots’ of the globalist left for wanting to expel his party from the institution. Orban’s nationalist Fidesz party belongs to the European People’s Party, a center-right coalition in the parliament.
Orban has repeatedly fallen afoul of globalist Eurocrats for steadfastly resisting their attempts to deconstruct Hungary’s sovereignty and national identity. It appears that the most recent push to oust his party has come in response to a domestic political campaign opposing mass immigration and warning Hungarians of the intentions of globalists such as George Soros and the EU Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker. Critics have accused the campaign of anti-Semitism, and Orban himself of making Hungary “illiberal.”
In reality, the nationalist prime minister, who is no stranger to such slanders, has been reforming Hungarian society to weed out subversive foreign and leftist influences which do not share the interests of Hungarians, while boldly calling out campaigns by individuals like Soros to destabilize his democratically elected government. In addition, Orban has instituted pro-family policies to build a sustainable future for his people, rather than succumbing to invasion and permanent replacement through mass immigration.
Those familiar with the workings of the European Union and the character of its leaders will easily see the relevance of Orban’s struggle. Indeed, Frans Timmermans, a harsh critic of Orban and likely to succeed Juncker as the next EU Commission president, has already made clear that it is a “matter of destiny” that the sovereignty and future of the European peoples must be destroyed through forced diversity, crushing nationalist resistance, and a union of the continent with Africa.