Hungary’s Premier Rejects Immigration, Multicultural Society

Pablo Gorondi, Yahoo! News, February 27, 2015

Hungarian Prime Minister Victor Orban denounced multiculturalism and liberalism Friday and vowed to fight a rising wave of migration that he said is threatening to turn his country into a “refugee camp.”

In his annual state of the nation speech, Orban called a multicultural society “a delusion” and defended his conservative government’s attempts to abandon “liberal social policies” that he accused of rejecting Christian culture.

“(A Hungarian) does not want to see throngs of people pouring into his country from other cultures who are incapable of adapting and are a threat to public safety, to his job and to his livelihood,” Orban said.

He was referring to the torrent of migrants who have entered European Union-member Hungary this year, many of them fleeing poverty in Kosovo and seeking to reach Germany and other western nations.


In his most colorful quote, Orban praised native Hungarians.

“The Hungarian man is, by nature, politically incorrect. That is, he has not lost his common sense,” he said.

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  • He does? Well, this is going to come as a big surprise to Richard Spencer.

    • WR_the_realist

      You beat me to it. We can agree with every word Victor Orban said but then we have to wonder why the government there forced the European Conference to go underground. Most of the people attending that conference had nothing much more radical to say that what Prime Minister Orban said.

      • LeonNJ

        Was this also when Orban attacked Jobbik party? Maybe he was against the far right then, but from this article he seems to getting closer in ideology. Sounds good to me.

      • LackawannaErie

        Orban is under intense pressure from the NWO. Our enemies are working to overthrow him using Alinskyite street protest tactics and other forms pressure. The last thing the Hungarian government needs is to be declared a “supporter of extremists.” Note that the things people going to that conference have said in the past are outright illegal in most European countries.

        Orban is a good guy in the grand scheme of things.

  • Dave4088

    “Hungarian Prime Minister Victor Orban denounced multiculturalism and liberalism Friday and vowed to fight a rising wave of migration that he said is threatening to turn his country into a “refugee camp.”

    If a white American politician ever made these utterances he would never work again in the “free and equal” United States. Or he would immediately apologize and beg for forgiveness.

    • Light from the East

      Like I said, A successful movement needs both words and actions. The current atmosphere in the US is not ready for political incorrectness. If you cannot say it openly, all you have to do is hold onto your faith, gain knowledge, resources, link to people, spread the message of AM, and finally execute the movement, no matter by yourself, or by a group.
      If you want to reverse the current decline of Western civilization, DO IT!

  • IstvanIN

    Hungary already has a huge gypsy problem, they certainly do not need muslims and blacks.

    • superlloyd

      Who does?

      • Speedy Steve


      • BulgAryan

        Mauritania urgently needs a few million blacks and muslims – to enslave.

  • superlloyd

    I only hope he keeps to his words. Maybe this could be the push to start the rolling stone gathering more moss.

  • Frank_DeScushin

    It’s not just the Hungarian man who is politically incorrect by nature. All men are naturally politically incorrect. Political correctness is an ideology which asks man to ignore his nature to prefer his own, and asks man to ignore and even embrace the negative nature of others.

    • SentryattheGate

      Yes, and man’s natural instinct to protect and defend his family and his people.

    • LHathaway

      In your opinion. And you may be at the very least half-correct but I think it quite likely men, free of all political or social constraints, are quite interested in Women who are unlike them..

      • Frank_DeScushin

        Where above did I suggest that men aren’t interested in women?

        • LHathaway

          well, to read more into your comment than you actually put there, you are also suggesting men and women prefer partners who look exactly like them, when in reality, the mystery and allure, and interest in other races of the opposite sex is likely there. You may be exactly right, with this one exception.

    • AndrewInterrupted

      Political correctness + social engineering = cultural Marxism.

  • David Ashton

    War with Russia…and now Hungary? (France has escaped – pas un instant? – by courtesy of CRIF.)

  • dd121

    Is he working on making Hungary a Gypsy free zone?

  • Ella

    Hmm…. at one time, Hungary had the highest taxes in Europe, totalling at 85%. They have serious “club fees” and can exclude anyone outside of Hungary in my opinion. More white countries desperately need common-sense.

  • Anna Tree

    Political correctness IS doublespeak.

  • bv

    This guy is my hero!

  • George Costanza

    “many of them fleeing poverty in Kosovo”

    Ah Yes!!! Kosovo, or as the Albanians who now occupy the province call it, Kosova.

    Was once, before the Ottoman occupation, was the center of Serbian Christian Orthodoxy, home to 250 Christians churches, until most of them were destroyed be the muslim Albanians. You see Kosovo was home to a Serbian majority before the Ottoman invasion, the ottomans ultimately ethnically cleansed the province of It’s Serb population to replace it with it’s neighboring muslim Albanian one. Appaernlty the Albanians left Albania to exploits Kosovo’s natural resources but were unable to, since most of them found farming too difficult.

    And so the cycle continues…

  • InAFreeCountry

    Hey Hungary, we’ll trade you Obama and Hillary for this guy. Two for one.

  • KenelmDigby

    Fine words aimed at the public. But I strongly doubt that Hungary’s EU masters will allow any of it. And I’m sure that Victor Orban knows it.

  • Light from the East

    A successful movement needs both word and actions. Hungarian PM at least loudly denounced the multiculturalism and liberalism. Let’s see what he is going to do next step.

  • Such forthright statements are refreshing. No dancing around the edges with half baked platitudes – but a challenge to the orthodoxies of liberalism in ways the public can understand. Good stuff. Whether they will do anything about it has yet to be seen, and it is a shame they had to have the pantomime with the disrupted nationalist meeting the other year.

    • AndrewInterrupted

      The Norwegian spine has stiffened as well.
      They see the white genocide that is multiculturalism.

  • curri

    ““The Hungarian man is, by nature, politically incorrect. ”

    Well, they fought off the Red Army for about a week in 1956 and caused them (briefly) to leave the country.

  • Drago Lord

    I get a feeling he is targeting Jobbik voters
    I am not sure he means those things, specially as he is a key ally of Cameron, the very person that promised to slow down immigration to Britain, yet made it reach a new record high