Hungary’s pro-family policies are getting results and could help dramatically boost the country’s birth rate over the coming years. The rate of marriages has risen sharply in Hungary since the government of Prime Minister Viktor Orbán assumed office in 2010, according to the figures published by the European Union’s statistical agency Eurostat. The figures, going back to 1960, break down the number of marriages per 1,000 people in the EU.
According to the data, the European Union average is 4.5 marriages per 1,000 people per year, and those numbers have not shown significant changes in the past 20 years.
Last year, the majority of France’s natural population growth occurred due to migrants producing more children rather than ethnic-European births adding growth to the French population. In order to reverse this genocidal trend, the country should follow the Hungarian example, said popular philosopher and author Eric Zemmour on the evening political talk show of CNews television channel.
In ten years, the economic performance of the Visegrad Four (V4) region, the Czech Republic, Poland, Hungary and Slovakia, has almost doubled. The region, with a combined population of more than 60 million, is projected to be an increasingly important market player within the European Union, financial journalist Csaba Szajlai writes in a column in daily Magyar Nemzet:
Following the Polish example, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán announced that Hungary is dropping income tax for people under 25. Taking a leaf from its Polish allies’ economic policy, Hungary’s ruling conservatives plan to exempt under-25s from paying income tax, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán announced on Friday.
A newly launched Hungarian social media network claims it wants to create a censorship-free platform with one million users in a country of ten million people by the end of the year.
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán over the weekend uploaded a video to social media where he announced the latest government measures which have been enacted to help Hungarian families and businesses cope with the on-going COVID-19 pandemic.
International blackmailer George Soros isn’t too happy either. Hungary and Poland getting the EU to abandon its move to make Covid-19 relief conditional on ‘rule of law’ standards to control their policies has incensed international financier George Soros, who called it (turning the tables on blackmailers) a German surrender.
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban on Friday binned the European Union’s migration plan, and restated his opposition to his country having a multicultural society.
Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, Europe’s most popular premier lambasted billionaire plutocrat George Soros as ‘one of the most corrupt people in the world’ after he called on the European Union to make Hungary and Poland submit to his ‘open society’ values.
The €750 billion bribe based on the European Union’s 27 member states conforming to the demand that they ‘take the knee’ and accept increased quotas of migrants has been rejected by Hungary and Poland.