In gas dispute with EU, Hungarian head of state reveals his anti-Semitic and racist world view…
Viktor Orban (59) refused union contingency plan To follow and voluntarily reduce Hungarian gas consumption. “I don’t see how it should be implemented, although there is German information for it, I mean from the past,” the Hungarian president said during a speech in Romania over the weekend – a tasteless and disgusting joke about the Holocaust, millions. Jews were murdered in gas chambers.
Orban, who has repeatedly rebuked “homeless globalists” or “international finance capital” in his speeches, also put forward a crude racial theory in Romania. “It is a world in which Europeans mix with those from outside Europe. It is a mixed race world.”
Hungarians are ready to “mix”, for example with Slovaks and Romanians, but: “We don’t want to be multiracial,” Orban claimed.
Hungarian opposition politician Caitlin Sesch shared excerpts of the speech, which was largely ignored in Western Europe, on Twitter. “Orban’s hateful, openly racist language matters. Mutual respect and cooperation in good faith are the foundation of the European Union and are more fragile than we usually think,” commented Cseh.
In gas crisis Viktor Orbán follows a completely different policy than the European Union. While commission chairman Ursula von der Leyen (63) relies on voluntary renunciation and sharing among neighbors, the Hungarian prime minister has banned gas exports and increased imports from Russia.
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