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Viktor Orbán called Hungary the future of Europe

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Is the popular Hungarian leader, once arrested by the KGB during the Soviet occupation of Hungary, poised to pivot power from the unelected Brussels coven of globalists?  

Hungary is the future of Europe, says Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban. He made such a statement after being re-elected to his post on the air of M1. ‘30 years ago, we thought that Europe is our future, now we think that we are the future of Europe,’ Orbán said.

According to him, Hungary has made many friends ‘in the confrontation with Brussels’, as more and more people ‘consider Hungary an island of peace, a stronghold of reasonable order and security, one of the last stretches of freedom.’

The prime minister also added that Hungary wants to give others hope that the Christian outlook on life, patriotism, national pride is ‘not the past, but the future.’ His words are quoted by RIA Novosti . Orbán also said that Brussels is abusing its power  in the European Union and imposing its ideology on countries. The cultural distance between Brussels and Budapest is increasing, he noted. Source

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