Thanks to the Gates of Vienna
Yesterday Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán spoke in Budapest on the 170th anniversary of the Revolution of 1848. Many thanks to CrossWare for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:
Europe and Hungary are in the middle of a war between civilizations. We face a migration that upsets our order and puts at risk our way of life. At the same time, we must protect our achievements, and begin to fight for the persistence of meaning. Without preserving our way of life, everything will lose meaning. If the country is no longer Hungarian, what is all the “orderliness” for?
Let’s not delude ourselves [refers to Earl Széchényi’s sentence]; we do not have to fight against the anemic opposition parties, but an international network that has been organized into an empire. Media financed by foreign groups, and a domestic oligarchy, professional activists for rent, agitators, organizers of riots, chains of NGOs paid by international speculators, which can be summed up with George Soros’ name, since he personifies it. This is the world we must fight against, to defend our own.
A good soldier does not fight because he hates the opponent before him, but because he loves what is behind him. Loves Hungary and the Hungarian people.
Respected celebrators: we grew out of Christian culture; we differentiate between the man and his deeds. We never hated and we will never hate anybody. Just the opposite: we continue to believe in the power of love and unity. But we will fight against what George Soros’ empire does and wants to do against our country. This is our home; this is our life; we do not have another one, so we will fight to the end for it and never give up… ever!