The Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has been attacked by the far leftist media in Germany, who have described it as a “scandal” that he recently was honored with the opening speech at the WDR Europa Forum in Berlin.
The reason for the venomous attack is because, in his speech, Orbán opposed the suicidal policy of mass immigration into Europe, and because of his earlier comments that his nation would introduce tax policies which would encourage young, normal, heterosexual Hungarians to have more children.
“History has shown us that the civilizations that cannot biologically be maintained, will disappear”—Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán.
According to an article written by the Austrian Freedom Party’s (Freiheitliche Partei Österreichs, FPÖ) Minister of Building Law and Animal Protection of the State of Lower Austria, Barbara Rosenkranz, in the Austrian news outlet Unzernsuriet, Orbán said in his speech that “mass immigration is not a suitable remedy to solve the demographic problems of Europe.
“History has shown us that the civilizations that cannot biologically be maintained, will disappear,” he added.
For this reason, the Hungarian government has taken some measures to encourage normal heterosexual families with children.
“We have a created a new tax system, which supports families,” Orbán told the Europa Forum.
The Fidesz party chief also said that he expected “massive resistance” against his pro-family, anti-immigration policy from the “political class” in Europe.
Three years ago, at a speech before the Konrad Adenauer Foundation in Germany, Orbán outlined his family policy in this way:
“I want to make it clear: Europe’s demographic problem is that society is getting older, and fewer children are being born. We will therefore initially not be able to maintain our current economic output. Then we will no longer be able to pay enough income tax. Finally, we will not even be biologically capable of maintaining our own community.
“This is the problem that is before our eyes and about which we have long known
“As immigration is not the solution and the Hungarian government is against the policy of mass immigration, we advocate a family policy which will enable young people to overcome the obstacles to having large families, so that the younger generations will be able to maintain our community.”
Ms Rosenkranz, who herself has ten children, went on to describe Orbán’s comments as “plausible and reasonable.”
“Nevertheless, or rather because of it, our neighbors [the Hungarians] are almost branded a ‘rogue state’ within the European Union (EU).
“This means that whoever stands up for their country’s future, must now expect to make enemies in the EU,” she said.
Ms Rosenkranz went on to say that the Austrian government’s family policy was fraught with danger:
“The traditional family is not in high demand,” she said. “Other lifestyles are advertised as exemplary. A look at the press and television is enough to realize how much the image of the family is a caricature,” she said, in an obvious reference to the bearded cross-dressing homosexual “Conchita Wurst” who is currently so popular with the controlled media.
“A comparison of Orbán’s statements with the current debate in Austria makes it clear that here at home, sustainable family policy is not being promoted,” she concluded.