Skip to comments.Hungary’s Pro-Christianity Prime Minister Defends ‘Traditional Family’ in Epic Speech
Posted on 08/07/2018 4:40:11 PM PDT by marshmallow
August 2, 2018 (C-Fam) Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán appears to relish giving indigestion to elites of Western Europe and the European Union. He did it again on July 29 in the Romanian spa town of Băile Tuşnad at an annual event called the Bálványos Summer Open University and Student Camp.
His speech was nothing short of a call to political arms for center-right Europeans to rise up and take over the European Parliament in the coming elections.
Orbán is particularly pleased to have been given another term with a clear mandate for his vision of a stronger Hungary, which includes Hungary becoming "one of the European Union's five best countries in which to live and work," by 2030 to halt Hungary's demographic decline, and to build a new Hungarian Defense Force. He also has eyes for reviving the economic, political, cultural, and military role of Central Europe.
Orbán argues that Central Europe possesses a "special culture," one that is different from Western Europe. He articulated five tenets for building up Central Europe including that "every European country has the right to defend its Christian culture, and to reject the ideology of multiculturalism." This is part of the Hungarian leader's ongoing efforts to repel what he sees as an Islamic invasion of what used to be a Christian continent.
Taking a swipe at the sexual ideologues of the European Union and the United States, Orbán's second tenet was that "every country has the right to defend the traditional family model and is entitled to assert that every child has the right to a mother and a father."
Orbán insisted upon the right of every country to defend its borders, and a right to reject immigration. He also calls for one-nation one-vote "on the most important issues, and that.......
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