The conflict between Hungary’s government and George Soros’ open borders machine is heating up.
Over the past few years, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has accused Soros, a left-wing billionaire activist, of attempting to compel European nations to accept an extreme number of refugees and immigrants. Orbán believes that Soros, through the Open Society Foundation, is working within European politics to pass resolutions designed to prevent nations from enforcing their borders and regulating the flow of immigrants into their countries.
Soros has denied Orbán’s accusations and is now launching a media campaign to influence Hungarian citizens.
Concealing His Plans
According to the Hungarian government, George Soros is attempting to convince the European Union to force Western nations to accept significant numbers of immigrants and refugees from African and Middle Eastern nations and pay for their resettlement. Hungarian Prime Minister Orbán has stated that the billionaire financier is intent on compelling these nations to sacrifice their national identities in pursuit of the misguided notion of multiculturalism.
Up until now, Soros has been content to allow his surrogates to promote his agenda. However, Zoltan Kovacs, Hungary’s Secretary of State for Public Diplomacy and Relations, recently published an article detailing the fact that the billionaire plans to use the media to mislead the public about his plans.
According to Kovacs, Soros recently made an appearance on RTL Klub, a Hungarian television channel that has the largest audience share in the country, to defend his ideas. The secretary also points out that Csaba Csontos, a spokesman for the Open Society Foundation’s Hungary branch, told HirTV that they are launching a “counter-campaign” against the Hungarian government which is designed to convince citizens that the Orbán’s claims are false.
Soros has repeatedly denied having a plan to influence Europe’s immigration policies, claiming that the Hungarian government’s statements are not accurate. However, a closer look appears to show that Orbán’s statements have merit.
In his article, Kovacs discusses the evidence supporting the government’s claims. “He (Soros) advocated openly – and many times in writing – for a permanent mechanism that would admit up to one million migrants per year into the EU,” he writes. He added:
“The proposals call for a centralized European agency for asylum, undermining the authority of member states to decide on immigration, and subsidies for migrants to be paid for from agriculture and cohesion funds.”
Obviously, both party’s statements cannot be true, so the question is: who is lying?
Open Borders Campaign
Unfortunately for Soros, evidence debunking his claims is easy to find. The billionaire and his Open Society Foundation have already shown their hand. In 2015, he penned a memo entitled, “George Soros: Here’s my plan to solve the asylum chaos,” which laid out a six-step plan that would result in European nations being forced to “accept at least a million asylum-seekers annually for the foreseeable future.”
Moreover, each nation would be responsible for paying the financial costs of housing, healthcare, and education of each immigrant that enters the country. After facing criticism for his memo, the Open Society Foundation later changed the number of immigrants from 1 million immigrants to 300,000.
Of course, the fact that Soros believes Europe should adopt his plan does not necessarily mean that he is actively attempting to bring about its implementation, right? Not so fast. An Open Society Foundation document that was leaked to the Daily Mail shows that the organization intends to be actively involved in pushing European leaders to adopt destructive immigration policies.
According to the leaked memo, Soros plans to use the Syrian refugee crisis to collaborate with donors to push their agenda. He believes the situation has created ‘new opportunities for reforming migration governance at the global level, whether through the existing multilateral system or by bringing together a range of actors to think more innovatively.’
But that’s not all. Soros’ foundation believes that because of “investment in global work,” they are positioned to “help others navigate this space.”
In his piece, Secretary Kovac offers another piece of damning evidence. The European Parliament recently voted on an initiative that would force nations to speed up the resettlement of immigrants to the EU. The resolution would financially punish countries that do not comply with pro-immigration policies.
A Swedish Member of the European Parliament (MEP) who proposed the resolution posts a picture of herself and Soros on Twitter, stating that they had a “fruitful discussion.” Moreover, her name appears on a leaked list of “reliable allies” to Soros’ cause.
Hungary’s National Identity Is At Stake
Hungary is currently locked in an ideological war with Soros’ Open Society Foundation. The outcome of the standoff could very well determine whether it will retain control over its national identity, or succumb to the globalist pressures of Soros and the European Union.
Prime Minister Orbán has continually defied Soros and the EU. For starters, he erected billboards attacking the billionaire’s agenda. Earlier this month, he announced that Hungary would investigate the Open Society Foundation’s operations in the country. Lastly, he recently implemented a seven-week consultation in which the government asked citizens whether or not they support the Soros plan.
According to Secretary Kovac, participation in the survey was high, with 1.7 million out of less than 8 million voters filling out the questionnaire, which asked individuals whether or not they supported each step of Soros’ plan as outlined in his 2015 article. In an interview on Kossuth Radio, Orbán announced that “the vast majority of the Hungarian national community shares the same standpoint” as the government.
A nationalist movement has arisen in Europe — one that seeks to reverse the damage done by the leadership of the EU. However, the globalists still wield much power and influence, meaning that those who value western culture have an uphill battle.
Even so, the United Kingdom’s exit from the EU is an encouraging sign for others who understand why it is essential for Western nations to protect their culture and values. Many Europeans recognize that decisions regarding immigration and other important issues shouldn’t be decided by billionaire financiers or bureaucrats in Brussels.
If other countries follow Hungary’s lead, perhaps they can prevent the powers that be from taking more power from the people of Europe.