Orban Speaks in Defense of Christian Europe
The Invasion of Europe from North Africa:
The Prime Minister of Hungary Speaks Words of Truth in Defense of Christian Europe
By Michael Hoffman
Our friend of many years, Dolores (“Dee”) Lawless of Long Beach, California, who passed away in 2014 at age 93, would often moan when we would inform her that one of her putative “Christian” heroes had feet of clay. Like most of us, Dee longed for a true leader and would sometimes become momentarily angry at this writer for deflating her belief in this-or-that “conservative” Republican or Catholic (Dee was a pre-Vatican II Catholic), who we would point out, was a faker, or worse. Later she would recover from her disappointment and thank us for assisting her in identifying and frauds and traitors and denying them support and allegiance.
We wish Dee were alive now to see Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban in action. I know not his past record, or whether he will surrender in the future under the enormous force of the intimidation and outcry he is facing, but for the golden present how precious indeed are his words of truth, so seldom heard on the world stage from any national leader, least of all the self-extinguishing subversives who lead Germany and the Vatican, from whence Prime Minister Angela Merkel and Pope Francis issue decrees encouraging hundreds of thousands of aliens to settle in their land.
We will believe that Merkel and Francis are sincere when they invite the hoards from Dar Al Islam who Saudi Arabia and the Gulf States will not harbor under any circumstances, into their private mansions and palaces. Merkel’s family home could probably house several hundred migrants and Vatican City could easily take 25,000 or so. It would be delightful to see a photo of both the migrant-welcoming German head of state and the pope of Rome in a Bombay-like tableau with hundreds of people clinging to them and sharing, for the next several years, the bathroom, kitchen and bedroom of their palatial abodes. But of these scenes are ones we shall not see. The pattern of the limousine liberals is always the same: it is we the peasants who will have to share our neighborhoods and pay taxes to fund the invasion and maintain the invaders, while the popes and prime ministers drive past in heavily guarded motorcades and wave, on their way to their specially reserved residences of serene tranquility.
Merkel and the pope are little more than managers of the decline and fall of Christian civilization and the white race; that is their mandate from the [Ron: Jewish] Money Power. Both the civilization and the race are slated to gradually disappear as part of the self-hating white-liberal genocide approved by politically correct, fellow white-liberals.
Another aspect of the facilitation of the mass migration from North Africa is the imposition of ever more features of a police state to protect society from the crime and terrorism which the migrants will inevitably bring when they do not quickly obtain the gold, girlfriends and power to which they feel they are entitled as “oppressed people in a white society.” Gratitude toward that society is no longer present as it was among their far more humble grandparents who emigrated decades ago, when the Europeans and British respected themselves and fought back against the stereotype of their nations as wicked, racist white societies that nevertheless offer economic opportunities that are irresistible to Third World invaders. [Ron: WTF?! Tell that to those who survived the genocide of hundreds of millions of people in Africa, Asia, Australia and the Americas!].
Amid all of this insanity and treason has stepped forth Viktor Orban of Hungary, with words of startling and refreshing truth.
On Sept. 3 Mr. Orban, Hungary’s prime minister, wrote in a leading German newspaper that it was important to secure his nation’s borders from mainly Muslim migrants, “to keep Europe Christian. Those arriving have been raised in another religion, and represent a radically different culture. Most of them are not Christians, but Muslims,” Orban wrote in a commentary for Frankfurt Allgemeine Zeitung.
“This is an important question,” he said, “because Europe and European identity is rooted in Christianity. Is it not worrying in itself that European Christianity is now barely able to keep Europe Christian?” Mr. Orban asked. There is no alternative, and we have no option but to defend our borders. Our Christian obligation is not to create illusions. We think all countries have a right to decide whether they want to have a large number of Muslims in their countries.
“If they want to live together with them, they can. We don’t want to, and I think we have a right to decide that we do not want a large number of Muslim people in our country. We do not like the consequences of having a large number of Muslim communities that we see in other countries, and I do not see any reason for anyone else to force us to create ways of living together in Hungary that we do not want to see.”
Dee, we have at last, this day at least, a leader!
Missing from mainstream news reports and editorials related to the controversy is the fact that the western-supported Israeli state is a specifically [Ron: apartheid] Judaic nation which Prime Minister Netanyahu recently warned could be overwhelmed by Arab voters. The Israelis deny to hundreds of thousands of Palestinian refugees the right of return to their homeland. Conservative and liberal partisans of “Israel” all say that these Arabs must be denied entry, otherwise they will predominate over the Judaic inhabitants. Why don’t the Christian leaders of Europe have the right to speak in this way about their nations’ preservation? If Christian leaders such as Hungary’s Viktor Orban are wrong, how is it that Judaic leaders in the Israeli state are correct? Or do Israelis alone have right to preservation of religion and heritage denied to the nations of the West?
E-mail to the Hungarian Ambassador (firstname.lastname@example.org)
H.E. Réka Szemerkényi
Ambassador Exraordinary and Plenipotentiary
Embassy of Hungary, Washington D.C.
Dear Ambassador Szemerkényi
Please convey on my behalf and that of my colleagues and friends here in Idaho, USA, our deep appreciation to Prime Minister Orban for his courageous remarks defending Christian Europe and on behalf of its preservation. Our prayer is that the Prime Minister will continue to speak and act as he has, and not be intimidated by the pressure being placed upon him. May Jesus Christ grant Mr. Orban many blessings, and may God preserve the Christian people of Hungary.