In last weekend's Hungarian elwction the stunning victoru of Prime Minister Viktor Orbán and his Fidez party, which absolutely crushed the opposition despite a hugely expensive propaganda campain againts the governing part funded by Marxist billionaire and big - time political meddler George Soros and orchestrated by the European Union was a triumph for “Christian democratic, conservative, patriotic politics,” Orbán said in a victory speech.
There election was free and fair due to Hungarian controls on postal voting and observed counts making difficult the kind of vote rigging seen so often in recent elections, and the people of Hungary gave a decisive blow to the idiocies of the globalist, woke agenda at the ballot box.
LifeSiteNews reported "Pro-life and pro-family Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has won a fourth term as the Central European nation’s leader after his conservative Fidesz Party’s landslide success at the polls was announced Sunday.
58-year old Orbán fought off a six-party coalition aimed at unseating him to take a supermajority in Parliament, with Fidesz now holding 135 of the 199 available seats, just under 68 percent, and the opposition bloc taking just 56 seats.
Orbán, who has presided over Hungary for 12 years and is the European Union’s (EU) longest serving prime minister, will now rule for a further four, despite early polls predicting he would be ousted.
The prime minister was welcomed by a crowd cheering his name Sunday night as polling results showed his success. Addressing his supporters, Orbán said that they ‘have won a great victory – a victory so great you can see it from the moon and certainly from Brussels.’1
‘The entire world can see that our brand of Christian democratic, conservative, patriotic politics has won.’
‘We are sending Europe a message that this is not the past – this is the future, our common European future’. . .
Hungary has also faced fierce opposition from within the EU over social and political issues; the European Parliament voted in March to withdraw funding to the country over its refusal to bow to the bloc’s pro-LGBT stance.
The EU criticized legislation recently enacted in Hungary known as the Child Protection Law, banning the promotion of homosexuality, ‘transgenderism,’ and pornographic materials to minors in schools as well as cracking down on pedophilia.”
Human Events Senior Editor Jack Posobiec guested on Steve Bannon’s War Room on April 4 to discuss Orbán’s stunning 20-point victory on a nationalist, pro-family platform. Posobiec said:
“The referendum passed even bigger than Orbán. . .[the referendum was] all about this sexual identity in the classroom, bringing the trans agenda to children. Steve, they were passing with a majority of 92 to 95% against that. . .You would see similar majorities across the United States [on these issues]. . .
[This is] a turn back to traditionalism, a turn back to sovereignty, a turn back to actual national identity for individual nations and no globalized homogenization. And by the way, Steve, I really have to shout out to, you know, the election workers in Hungary as well, because somehow they were able to count millions and millions of votes in just a couple of hours. . .We’re not waiting two and three weeks, there’s no crazy things going on at 3 am in the morning. . .Maybe we can get some of that here.”
As results came in on Hugary's election night, showing that Fidez was winning by an even bigger landslide than in the previous three elections, Orbán told supporters that the money Hungarian-borncurrency speculator George Soros had spent funding his opposition was Soros's worst investment ever.
Soros might regret another investment he made in 1989 a bit more: it was then that his Open Societies foundations awarded a young Orbán a scholarship to Oxford.
But Soros was not the only one stung by the scale of Oraban's victory. Due to his position as de facto leasder of the EU's renegade Visegrad group, a cohort of former Soviet Bloc nations which relish the security EU gives them but resent the centralised and authoritarian control of political and socialist agendas imposed on member stated by Brussels, Hungary punches above its weight in the EU's council of ministers. With many other member states not associated with Visegrad also trending politically towards fiscally and socially conservative parties which opposed the move towards woke globalism in Brussels, EU leaders supportive of federalisation and expansion of the Union are panicking.
The EU Commission has announced Tuesday it will launch the so-called rule of law mechanism against Hungary, which links EU funds to whether or not democracy is being upheld. Newly re-elected Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban hailed the "great victory" in Sunday's general election for he and his Fidesz party. Orban had said: "We have won a great victory - a victory so great you can perhaps see it from the moon and certainly from Brussels".
Indeed they most certainly "see it" from Brussels, given that now a mere 48 hours after the landslide win which ensures Orban's fourth consecutive term in office, their sour grapes are being made known swiftly in the following:
That phrase"The following" refers to this paragraph from the EU:
The EU Commission will launch the so-called conditionality mechanism against Hungary which links EU funds to the respect of rule of law, commission president Ursula von der Leyen announced on Tuesday in the European Parliament. The commission has been under pressure to trigger the mechanism over concerns of fraud and corruption of EU funds and worries over democratic backsliding. The commission will now send a letter to the Hungarian authorities.
Leaders of the EU Commission in Brussels, and the liberal and progressive establishments in the most powerful member states as well as the U.S.A. and UK, along with globalist business group The World Economic Forum (WEF) are furious simply because Orbán's message of family and traditional values wins, due in part to his using the tactics globalists they've used for years by appealing to the motions rather than bombarding voters with a barrage of wonkish statistics on economics, immigration, climate change, living costs and crime rates. Instead, Orbán actually delivers the goods policy-wise for his people.
reason why the liberal establishment in the West resent and despises Orbán so much is
because Hungary's apparent prosperity under his leadership highlights the decline of the quality of life in
their own countries. An anonymous tweet on Sunday succinctly expressed the reason for Orban's popularity in Hungary:
juxtaposition between that sort of criminal chaos in America and all
the concern expressed by American journalists about Hungarian election
integrity seemed jarring to me, particularly when George Soros, who
funded Orbán's opponents in Hungary's elections, also funded
soft-on-crime prosecutors in America."
Another pseudonymous poster on Twitter put it well:
"Liberal democracies can no longer point to clean, safe streets or a thriving middle class as evidence of their virtues. All they can offer is endless moral judgements stemming from an endlessly shifting ethical framework."
True, and when those moral judgements are passed because somebody misgendered a transexual, expressed doubts about the efficacy of COVID vaccines or questioned the pro - Ukrainian propaganda that has been passed off by mainstream media as factual reporting during the conflict between Ukraine and Russia, is it any wonder people shy of expressing their thoughts and feeling for fear of attracting the attention of far - left hate mobs, are quietly turning to more nationalistic and conservative parties?