New York Young Republicans Club Announces Partnership With Hungarian Right-Wing Org to Fight Globalist Left
On February 22, 2023, the New York Young Republican Club signed a partnership agreement with the Center for Fundamental Rights. NYYRC issued the following statement about the partnership:
Conservatives around the world are confronted with similar threats. Advocates of left-wing progressivism have turned human rights against the people. They have made radical, extreme demands of the rational majority, and have raised the banner of relativizing the facts inherent in the natural order of things. However, in a type of “immune response” to the growing influence of liberal, neo-Marxist thinking on Western public discourse, a National Conservative resurgence has begun to emerge worldwide.
The two groups stressed that this partnership is designed to take on globalist liberalism:
Although the proponents of globalist liberalism claim that international cooperation between conservative forces is intrinsically unthinkable, we will prove them wrong. An ocean divides us, yet we are confronted with the same politically correct, woke formula in Europe and America. We do not think in terms of supranationalism, but in terms of cooperation between national forces. What we believe in is God, Homeland and Family. We believe that our rights and duties come from and through Creation; we believe that Family and Nation are the fundamental structures of our common existence and that loyalty, faith, and love are the essential values of our communities.
In the statement, the two parties stated that Hungarian and American conservative organizations have already been working together to push back against globalism:
Hungarian and American conservative organizations have already done much to unite conservative forces internationally, and this Agreement between the Center for Fundamental Rights and the New York Young Republican Club is the next step forward. The cooperation between our organizations goes back many years, and by signing this Agreement, we resolve to formally reaffirm our joint efforts to make Western Civilization, based on Judeo-Christian culture, and the transatlantic conservative relationship even stronger – for “United we stand, divided we fall”.
The statement was signed by Miklós Szánthó, the Director General of The Center for Fundamental Rights, and Gavin Wax, President of the New York Young Republican Club. This partnership represents a broader effort by the populist Right to forge transnational alliances to combat the supranational threat that globalism poses to the West.
More of these alliances will be needed to keep the globalists at bay.