Hungary’s Prime Minister, Viktor Orban, said at a massive rally that Europe and Hungary are in the middle of a civilisational struggle. The rally marked the 170th anniversary of anti-Habsburg Revolution of 1848 and was preceded by a large ‘Peace March’.

“We are expected to willingly hand over [our country]  within a few decades…to foreigners from other continents who don’t speak our language, respect our culture, our laws or way of life, Orban said.

According to the Prime Minister, “Hungary and Europe face a mass migration wave which endangers the way of life of their peoples, Europe is under invasion. The situation is that those who don’t block migration at their borders will be lost”

With his eyes on the election of 8 April, Orban vowed to fight for the future of his country: “This is our homeland, our life, and since we don’t have another one, we will fight for it till the very end and we will never give it up,” he said.

He also warned Western Europe has already changed in large part: ‘The youth of Western Europe will still live to see when they become a minority in their own country and lose the only place in the world to call home,’ he said.