Hungarian PM Orbán: George Soros is “One of the Most Corrupt People in the World”
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán called out globalist oligarch George Soros in an interview with Kossuth Radio on Friday, identifying the Hungarian-born financier as “one of the most corrupt people in the world.”
Orbán pointed to Soros as a key figure in the push to sanction Hungary and Poland within the European Union. Liberal countries have sought to crack down on the central European nations for their tough approach to immigration, political correctness, gender ideology and globalism.
“George Soros is threatening Hungary and Poland,” PM Orbán said. “George Soros is one of the most corrupt people in the world; he has plenty of politicians in his pocket who now want to blackmail Hungary and Poland for access to EU funds.”
Soros recently penned an op-ed demanding that EU member states exclude Hungary and Poland from budgetary proceedings in the European Parliament. This defies any claim that the political union has in regards to democracy, tacitly silencing two longtime members of the EU that have as many rights within the body as any other nation.
Soros is pushing for the European Parliament to dictate the EU’s annual budget with a two-thirds majority. Previously, unanimous consent was required from the EU’s 27 member states.
Hungary enacted ‘Stop Soros’ legislation in 2018, preventing the globalist billionaire from utilizing his network of dubious NGO’s to assist and abet illegal immigration and human smuggling into the country. Soros then went on to move his Open Society Foundations from Budapest to Berlin, being unwilling to pay additional taxes required of foreign political interference groups enacted by the Hungarian government.