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?
The increasing popularity of Hungarian Prime Minister Victor Orbán irritates the unelected members of the European Commission. First, they blocked billions in aid because of Hungary’s refusal to promote homosexuality and paedophilia. Steadfast, Hungary further aggravated their Brussels tormentors by vetoing proposed sanctions on Russian energy imports.
Budapest will never support sanctimonious sanctions against Russia, said Gergel Gulyash, head of the Hungarian Prime Minister’s office. He threatened the European Commission with the fact that the authorities of his country would veto the embargo of Russian energy supplies because there is nothing to replace them.
The Freedom House think tank, funded by billionaire oligarch George Soros and the U.S. State Department, is clearly furious about Viktor Orbán’s landslide democratic victory.
Former Czech President Václav Klaus sees Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán as his only friend among today’s leading European politicians, the politician revealed to the media. According to Klaus, Viktor Orbán is the only authentic politician of today, and he was thus pleased with his re-election.
The same media misinformation campaign used in the 2016 and 2020 U.S. elections to smear Donald Trump is being used against Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, with liberal-left media attempting to tie Orbán’s resounding electoral victory on Sunday to his past relationship with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
The international press loudly proclaimed that Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán would face his ‘toughest’ election fight ever, polls pointed to his potential defeat, and the EU withheld much-needed recovery funds from Hungary in the run-up to the election. Yet, Orbán not only prevailed but did so in a fashion that has left many in the Western media and political establishment in shock once again. Now, as the dust settles, what lessons can we take away from his historic win?
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán and his nationalist-populist Fidesz party scored a resounding victory in last night’s election, with results showing that the party would once again win a two-thirds supermajority. While declaring victory in Budapest, Orbán thank Hungarians for placing their trust in him once again.
With tensions heating up in eastern Europe, Russian President Vladimir Putin has warmly met his Hungarian counterpart Prime Minister Viktor Orbán for talks in Moscow on Tuesday, at which the pair underscored their friendly partnership, despite worsening relations between East and West.
Leading conservatives from around the world will descend on Budapest’s Várkert Bazár in March as Hungary hosts a Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) event less than two weeks before the country heads to the polls for what has become a closely fought general election.