Szilard Demeter, a ministerial commissioner and head of the Petofi Literary Museum in Budapest, used highly provocative language to describe Hungarian-born financier George Soros and his purported influence over EU policy.
RT “Europe is George Soros’ gas chamber,” the government-appointed cultural commissioner wrote in an op-ed. “Poison gas flows from the capsule of a multicultural open society, which is deadly to the European way of life and we, the nations of Europe, are doomed to try to fight for the last sip of air by climbing on each other,” he wrote.”
He went on to characterize Soros as “the liberal Fuhrer,” insisting that the businessman’s “liber-aryan army deifies him more than did Hitler’s own.”
The article was penned as a rebuke of Brussels’ growing animosity toward Poland and Hungary, over alleged violations of legal norms and human rights within the bloc. According to Demeter, Hungarians and Poles are the “new Jews” of Europe.
Both countries have moved to block language in a European Union budget that could withhold Covid-19 relief funds from nations accused of not honoring democratic standards. Warsaw and Budapest have denounced the provision as a witch hunt aimed at their socially conservative governments.
Both countries have moved to block language in a European Union budget that could withhold Covid-19 relief funds from nations accused of not honoring democratic (aka Open Borders for mass Muslim migration) standards. Warsaw and Budapest have denounced the provision as a witch hunt aimed at their socially conservative governments.
The Hungarian government has been outspoken about its opposition to Soros and his well-funded advocacy for leftist causes, including the EU’s controversial open-door Muslim migrant policy, leading to an immigration crisis. Orban accuses Soros, of wanting to flood the continent with Muslim migrants and undermine national identity.
In 2018, Orban drafted and passed a “Stop Soros” law, which ultimately forced the closure of the Budapest branch of a Soros-funded charity, Open Society Foundations.
The legislation banned individuals and organizations from providing help to illegal alien Muslim invaders, which, in turn, worked in Orban’s favour when he accused the billionaire investor of supporting illegal migration to the continent.