Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has been pounding billionaire globalist George Soros over his encouragement of massive migration into Europe.
With elections set to take place in April, Orbán has been blaming Soros, 87, for the migration crisis, which has brought a wave of crime and terrorism and turned European neighborhoods into no-go zones.
As a part of his re-election campaign, Orbán has put up anti-Soros billboards about the refugee crisis, urging Hungarians to “not let Soros have the last laugh,” and has warned that the European culture is under a serious threat from the migration and multiculturalism promoted by Soros.
In late October, it was announced that Hungarians are in the middle of a seven-week consultation involving a questionnaire from their government asking whether they support the “Soros plan”, which is described as a plot to flood Europe with migrants. Soros has pushed Europe to accept a million migrants per year and promoted the demolition of Hungary’s anti-migrant border fences.
Orbán also reportedly instructed his intelligence services to investigate the Hungarian-born financier’s “empire.”
Monday, Soros sent out a Twitter post denouncing the Hungarian government’s campaign against him, calling it “distortions and outright lies.” He included a link to a rebuttal statement on his website, which began with:
On October 9, 2017, the Hungarian government mailed a national consultation to all eight million eligible Hungarian voters purporting to solicit their opinions about a so-called “Soros Plan.” The statements in the national consultation contain distortions and outright lies that deliberately mislead Hungarians about George Soros’s views on migrants and refugees. Hungarian government officials also falsely claim that George Soros is somehow controlling the European Union decision-making process. In fact, decisions on how to address the migration crisis are made by EU member states and institutions, including the Hungarian government.
He claimed that the government of his native country was just using him as an “enemy to distract citizens” and said they are “stoking anti-Muslim sentiment and employing anti-Semitic tropes reminiscent of the 1930s.”
Soros touted all the money he has given to support Hungarians, for scholarships, health care services and humanitarian efforts.
He denounced the claim about refugees, admitting that he did write in 2015, that the European Union would need to “accept at least a million asylum-seekers annually for the foreseeable future. And, to do that, it must share the burden fairly.”
However, he claimed in his rebuttal, the next year, when “circumstances had changed,” he said the EU should make a “commitment to admit even a mere 300,000 refugees annually.”
The Hungarian government has made it clear they do not want the refugees.
CLICK HERE to read his full rebuttal.
One Soros-funded group, the Democracy Alliance, held a conference this past weekend in California, where Soros was a keynote speaker. The organization is a secretive club of wealthy liberal donors who fund left-wing agendas.
Documents obtained from the conference described the group’s “resistance” efforts and 2018 strategy, which include flooding prosecutor races across the United States with large sums of money as a means of electing their own candidates to “overhaul” the U.S. justice system.
Distortions and outright lies about me are proliferating in Hungary. Here is the truth: https://t.co/bTTyz9og5A
— George Soros (@georgesoros) November 20, 2017