Hungary Is at War with George Soros, Explains Foreign Minister (Video)

Peter Szijjártó told Sophie Shevardnadze why his government is fighting Mr. Soros' influence

Tue, Jan 31, 2017 | 4762 Comments

Billionaire globalist George Soros is essentially at war with the government of Hungary, declared Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijjártó in a recent interview with RT.

Szijjártó touched on a number of topics, including the country's conflict with Soros:

We do know that George Soros founds or finances a lot of organizations in Hungary. He has a very clear attempt or let's say a very clear interest, because he has already announced...that he would like this government to fail. 

Budapest earlier in January essentially declared war on groups which Soros funds, saying they "serve global capitalists and back political correctness over national governments." 

Hungary's FM denied that NGOs, such as those backed by Soros, are true representatives of the people in the countries they operate. He also recalled that many are actually funded by western governments.

On migration, Mr. Szijjártó accused Soros and the EU of actually wanting Europe to be submerged under the wave:

It's very clear and obvious that the western political elites - Brussels, the institutions - want...an unlimited illegal migration into the European Union

He also said that Hungary was pleased with the election of Donald Trump due to similar approached on border control and foreign policy.  The minister stated that Hungarian PM Victor Orban has already been invited to Washington by the new US president. 

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