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Viktor Orbán: Grappling With the Soros Network in the European Parliament

Below is an excerpt from a weekly radio interview with Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán. The radio station’s format involves a still photo over an audio track, so there is no actual video of him speaking.

Many thanks to the Gates of Vienna & to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:

Video transcript:

05:30 About the connection between Eastern and Western Europe:
05:34 the vote that took place yesterday in the European Parliament —
05:38 What was surprising is that now there was a greater proportion
05:42 of representatives who voted that Hungary and Poland
05:46 should be punished because of “issues with the rule of law”,
05:50 which is not perfect in these countries.
05:54 It was also an important day yesterday for the European’s People Party [EPP],
05:58 because the migration-supporting
06:02 people have a majority in the European Parliament,
06:06 where the Hungarian opposition also belongs. Socialists, Liberals, Greens:
06:10 they vote against us, they hate us, because
06:14 of our viewpoint on migration. So they not only oppose us,
06:18 but also hate us and look down on us,
06:22 and see us as backward,
06:26 in a state of arrested development, we who can’t see
06:30 how much benefit comes from letting large masses of Muslims into our world,
06:34 and from these two things — the mix of Christian and Muslim world —
06:38 what a fantastic future would unfold. They see it that way,
06:42 and they look on us as backwards, we who can’t feel the greatness
06:46 and beauty of such ideas. I admit: I can’t see the beauty of it, but am rather afraid of it,
06:50 and because of that, they do not
06:54 use common sense and have an emotional
06:58 reaction to the Hungarian viewpoint. That’s OK,
07:02 I mean, it is not OK, but no surprise there. In the European People’s Party [EPP]
07:06 we had to have a huge debate; that was much more unpleasant.
07:10 We were an inch away from leaving the EPP
07:14 yesterday. The only reason we haven’t done this
07:18 is because the French, the Spanish and
07:22 the Italians were clearly with us,
07:26 and they stated in the debate that the EPP must stand with Hungary.
07:30 Now I look at the whole EPP issue
07:34 using national glasses. We as a governing party belong to
07:38 a family of parties so that if our homeland — this case Hungary —
07:42 ever needs support in Europe,
07:46 then we shall have allies there. But if our allies betray us,
07:50 like the majority of EPP did yesterday, then we have no place there.
07:54 But because three serious countries —
07:58 the Italians, the French and the Spanish, they are not nobodies — said
08:02 that the Hungarians are right and we must stand with Hungary, that gives us a little hope
08:06 that we may realize some changes there. A dwindling hope, but still something, a
08:10 little hope. Otherwise, by this morning we would not have been members of it.
08:14 Behind the whole thing, in addition to differences of
08:18 opinion about pro-migration stands,
08:22 the Soros network is very active
08:26 in the European Parliament and European politics.
08:30 Let’s not forget that in the election they were
08:34 able to get many of their representatives into the Parliament and on the Commission.
08:38 There are countries where they are capable of seriously influencing governments, too,
08:42 so they are in the Council of Europe as well. I have to tell you honestly,
08:46 I have always found it strange, that we never spoke openly about this there [in the EU institutions].
08:50 Behind such organizations
08:54 the Soros network can always be found. The political handbook writes:
08:58 if there is someone who is rich — that’s what we’re talking about here —
09:02 not incidentally, he gained this wealth by ruining many people’s lives.
09:06 He did that through financial speculation.
09:10 So there is a rich person, who buys political influence, because that’s what we’re talking about.
09:14 He buys representatives, supports them, finances them.
09:18 He operates networks and buys influence in political life.
09:22 In our profession we call that an OLIGARCH.
09:26 And the world’s number one oligarch is George Soros. Who
09:30 through a partially concealed mafia-like network
09:34 directs political activities and practices influence
09:38 over European politics. And here Hungary and this network collide,
09:42 because this network also wants
09:46 mixed Christian-Muslim components in a new
09:50 modern Europe, which transcends Christianity and national
09:54 emotions. And Hungary states that although we have demographic
09:58 problems, we do not want migrants, but rather want Hungarian children.
10:02 That is why we are against migration and support families. That
10:06 causes a very sharp confrontation. The most exciting and hard debate
10:10 emerges in the European arena, where we seemingly fight with parties,
10:14 but in reality on one side is the Soros-type network and on the other
10:18 Hungary and some other Central European countries,
10:22 for example Poland. —Why can such things not be spoken about in Brussels?
10:26 …Because…
10:30 First we must decipher it. Why does one not like to speak
10:34 about something openly? Everyone’s life there is something
10:38 about which one speaks very carefully. Perhaps because the opposing force seems very strong.
10:42 And we are afraid of it. There are many who are afraid
10:46 of George Soros, who see, in a Western European media environment, when
10:50 he blows his whistle and all the pens start to write,
10:54 and they start to attack a politician in the MSM
10:58 and online media. Whoever can take such pressure,
11:02 that is one hell of a man. But we have already been through that many times.
11:06 I myself was “killed” eight times, by these journalists and fake civilians
11:10 and the Soros network, and I was resurrected eight times, so for me,
11:14 I was rolled in all kinds of juices, so I am not afraid of this, because
11:18 I know them. But someone who has never faced such a foe
11:22 sees only a steamroller, and thinks, “I have no chance at all.”
11:26 And THEY WOULD RATHER KEEP QUIET. —But the situation with the EPP
11:30 cannot be maintained for long. What might we expect?
11:34 Well, we’re making another attempt. I talked about this
11:38 with [Austrian] Chancellor [Sebastian] Kurz — because his party is also a member of the EPP —
11:42 I will have a “date” with the Germans, the leader of the CDU,
11:46 Madame Chancellor. I would like to talk with the EPP President,
11:50 Mr. Tusk — who opposes the Polish government, despite himself being Polish —
11:54 this will make my situation more difficult —
11:58 then we have to make a decision. One thing for sure: things cannot stay as they are right now,
12:02 and if the EPP does not stand up for us, then
12:06 we must start a new European Christian Democratic movement.
12:10 We have enough to do in Hungary, of course,
12:14 but the European front is just as important, so we must
12:18 expend a significant amount of energy to create such a European movement.
12:23 We will have allies in creating it! —Perhaps, but we shouldn’t be afraid of what the DK
12:27 [Democratic Coalition — party of ex-PM Ferenc Gyurcsány, Socialist/Liberal mix, globalists]
12:30 says twice every week,
12:34 if the Fidesz no longer has a connection with the EPP,
12:38 then this will be disadvantageous to our country, because we no longer receive financial support?
12:42 Just the opposite! It will be way more advantageous for us, first of all, because we’ll only make
12:46 decisions based on what is good for the country; second,
12:50 in state-to-state relationships one should never get involved with relations between political parties.
12:54 As Prime Minister I have worked with a German Chancellor who was a Social Democrat.
12:58 I can also have discussions with the French President,
13:02 even though he belongs to a completely different party family.
13:06 I could also mention numerous other examples.
13:10 So it is a poor and shallow approach
13:14 to European politics, in which state-level connections
13:18 get mixed up with the party connections. As for the [EU] budget debate,
13:22 Hungary has allies — not parties but states —
13:26 strong reasons, and in the end, a right to veto.