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Viktor Orbán. Foto: Bernadett Szabo / Reuters / Scanpix.

Under en tale til etniske ungarere i Rumanien lørdag tog Ungarns statsminister Viktor Orbán til orde for et kristent demokrati, som er imod indvandring og multikulturalisme, og som står for den kristne familiemodel, fortæller Deutsche Welle

Den ungarske statsminister brugte i den forbindelse særdeles hårde ord om Vesteuropa:

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban decried the «undemocratic» governments of Western Europe on Saturday, as he laid out his vision for the continent ahead of European elections next year. He also called on right-wing parties across the European Union to band together.

«There is liberalism in the West, there is no democracy,» said Orban in a speech to ethnic Hungarians in Baile Tusnad, Romania.

Europas ledere er inkompetente og ude af stand til at forsvare verdensdelen mod indvandringen, sagde Orbán. 

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EU-valgene i 2019 kan efter den ungarske statsministers opfattelse blive et skridt i retning af et illiberalt kristent demokrati, som vil betyde enden på den multikulturelle epoke, fortæller Reuters

He said the Western political “elite” of the EU had failed to protect the bloc from Muslim immigration and it was time for them to go. “The European elite is visibly nervous,” Orban told hundreds of cheering supporters.

“Their big goal to transform Europe, to ship it into a post-Christian era, and into an era when nations disappear – this process could be undermined in the European elections. And it is our elementary interest to stop this transformation.”

For Orbán handler dette også om konservatismens sejer over tresserne:

“We are facing a big moment: we are saying goodbye not simply to liberal democracy … but to the 1968 elite,” he said, alluding to an international wave of leftist, liberal protest that upended the ruling conservative order in many countries.

 

 

 

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