Tuesday, December 1, 2020

Orban's Lockdown and The EU-Crisis


Viktor Orbán's exchange of blows with George Soros, whom he calls "one of the most corrupt people in the world".

By Roberto de Mattei *

This agreement provided for the free movement of people, goods, services and capital within a “Europe without borders” and the creation of a “euro zone” with a central bank and a new common currency. In order to be part of this euro zone, a Stability and Growth Pact was adopted in 1997, which imposed two strict parameters on the member states of the European Union: a budget deficit of less than 3% of GDP and a national debt of less than 60% of gross domestic product. The Lisbon Treaty of December 13, 2007 defined the political powers and goals of the European Union.  As we approach its thirtieth birthday, but perhaps also the dissolution of the European Union, it emerged from the Treaty of Maastricht on 7 February 1992.

In almost thirty years, neither the political nor the economic goals of the Union have ever been achieved, and the artificially created supranational institution in the Dutch city has embarked on an inexorable process of decay that found sensational expression in the UK's Brexit on January 31, 2020. In more or less the same days, a storm struck the European Union and nullified its principles. The penetration of the coronavirus into the global geopolitical scene has forced European states to severely restrict the free movement of their citizens. Boundaries, which until recently were seen as an obstacle and an element to be overcome to divide,have proven to be irreplaceable factors in the defense and protection of citizens. Europe has torn down bridges internally and externally and rebuilt walls.

In addition, in March 2020, the European Commission suspended the Stability Pact in an unprecedented decision to allow countries like Italy to borrow and add liquidity to their economies. European economic and monetary policy has burst, and now EU Economic Commissioner Paolo Gentiloni is calling for the possibility of the stability pact remaining suspended until 2022 ( La Stampa, November 11, 2020). In addition, the European Union has provided a debt plan for the states to cope with the new situation caused by the pandemic, which is based on a seven-year budget of 1.15 billion euros and a recovery fund of 750 billion euros. However, this proposal requires unanimity for approval, and two states, Hungary and Poland, which Slovenia later joined, vetoed and blocked the project. The reason for the Hungarian and Polish veto lies in the fact that the grant plan introduces a mechanism that allows the Commission to block the disbursement of funds to countries who do not respect the rule of law or who “violate fundamental values such as freedom, democracy, equality and respect for human rights, including the rights of minorities.” That means activating infringement procedures and convictions for those who do not follow the policy of opening up to new rights, from abortion to unrestricted immigration that the European Union wishes to impose on its member states. The European Court of Justice has already condemned Hungary for its laws on the non-governmental organizations providing prison for assisting migrants arriving illegally in Hungary and for the so-called "anti-Soros legislation," which introduced a number of restrictions on foreign private universities in Hungary, such as the Open Society of Hungarian-American pseudo-philanthropists. In a guest article published by the business newspaper Il Sole 24 Ore on November 20, Soros defined the Hungarian and Polish veto against the EU proposal for a reconstruction fund as "the desperate step of two serial perpetrators". The two criminals were according to Soros, the Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán and the Polish Deputy Prime Minister de facto but actual Prime Minister Jaroslaw Kaczynski.

 Orbán responded promptly 1 ,  to George Soros threatening Hungary and Poland:

“A long line of politicians, journalists, judges, bureaucrats, political agitators disguised as civilians is on George Soros' payroll. And although the billionaire himself accuses each of his enemies of corruption, he is himself the most corrupt person in the world. Whom he can, he bribes and buys. If this does not succeed, he compromises, humiliates, intimidates and ruins them with the help of the terrible weapon of the network, the left media background. "

Soros has countless politicians "in his pockets" who now want to blackmail Hungary and Poland for access to EU funds.

And Orbán continues:

“ The Soros network, which is thoroughly interwoven with the European bureaucracy and political elite, has been working for years to make Europe a continent of immigration. For the states of the European Union the greatest danger today is the Soros network, which proclaims the global open society and wants to liquidate the national framework. The goals of the network are obvious: to create open societies with mixed ethnicities and multiculturalism with the help of the acceleration of migration to dismantle national decision-making and hand it over to the global elite."

Numerous high-ranking EU bureaucrats are working with the network of George Soros to create a unified empire. They want to develop a system of institutions that, under the aegis of an Open Society, wants to impose a unified way of thinking, a unified culture and a unified social model on the free and independent nations of Europe. In doing so, they deprive every people of their right to decide their own fate for themselves. Its proposal, called the rule of law, also serves this goal, which in reality does not recognize the rule of law, but the law of the mightiest."

The aggression of the so-called “strong powers” against Orbán began in 2012 when the new Hungarian constitution came into force, which defines the family as “the basis for the survival of the nation”. “Hungary is understood to protect the institution of marriage as protecting the conjugal union of a man and a woman” and proclaims that “the life of the fetus is protected from the moment of conception” (Roberto de Mattei, Radici Cristiane, No. 72 - February / March 2012). Orbán is not Catholic, but, as Giulio Meotti writes, there is “a lone defender of persecuted Christians in Europe: the Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, whom the mainstream media likes to tease and attack. No other European government has imvested so much money, public diplomacy and time into this topic" (Giulio Meotti, Gate Stone Institute , December 15, 2019).

Of all European heads of state and government, Orbán is the one who fights the dictatorship of relativism most fiercely and is therefore a thorn in the side of the globalists' lobbies, who today accuse him of defying their plans by taking advantage of the Corona emergency. In fact, he imposed a lockdown last March, which gave him full powers in Hungary. In November, he announced a new state of emergency that should last until February 8th. The LGBT complex accuses him of passing a law ths year preventing transsexuals from legally “changing” their gender and trying to take advantage of the Coronavirus, to pass new laws in defense of the religious and national identity of his people. At a time when everyone is trying to take advantage of the pandemic, Orbán has used the "health dictatorship" as an effective tool to contain EU plans. In Hungary, therefore, the lockdown turned out not to be an instrument of globalism, but a means to oppose the globalist revolution that seeks to impose planetary chaos, to oppose the globalist revolution that planetary chaos seeks to impose.

The effects of the coronavirus also include the collapse of the European Union, the return of nation states and the opportunity for European politicians who want to defend natural and Christian values to have their voices heard more clearly.

Perhaps it is necessary to look in the events, besides the plans of the people, also for the plans of God, which always intervene in history in a mysterious but effective way ...

Roberto de Mattei , historian, father of five children, professor of modern history and the history of Christianity at the European University of Rome, President of the Lepanto Foundation, author of numerous books, most recently in English translation: Defense of Tradition: The Insurmountable Truth of Christ, with a foreword by Martin Mosebach, Altötting 2017  (Not available in English yet) and The Second Vatican Council. A Previously Unwritten Story, 2nd exp. Edition, Bobingen 2011.

Translation: Giuseppe Nardi 
Image: Corrispondenza Romana1 The exchange of blows between Georges Soros and Viktor Orbán, a private person and a head of government, has a European dimension, as Soros mobilized his networks for it. Il Sole 24 Ore is part of the Project Syndicate, a media network of Soros. Selected members of this syndicate published the text of "their Lord" in various countries. Orbàn sent his answer to the Hungarian ambassador. The German newspaper Tagesspiegel, who as Project Syndicate-Member printed the Soros tirade on November 19, but refuses to publish Orbán's response. That is the understanding of equality and information of the "quality press". The German version of the reply of Tichy's insight was therefore published on 30 November. The quotations are taken from this version. An English summary is available on the website of the Hungarian Prime Minister. It is likely that Orbán also submitted his reply to the Sole 24 Ore, but like the Tagesspiegel as this Project Syndicate -member, it refuses to publish. In any case, neither of Orban's answers to Sole 24 Ore  was published in another Italian medium. It's an attitude that confirms Orbán's criticism and the dubious one-sidedness of important media, if not their dependence on Soros (note Giuseppe Nardi).

Trans: Tancred vekron99@hotmail.com


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