Where are you Donald?
You too should be directing investigations of your number one arch-enemy, George Soros, and his network in America.
Maybe invite Hungarian Prime Minister Victor Orban to the White House to ask what he is finding out and give him a lavish state dinner while he is here (and don’t invite Jared)!
From the Irish Times:
Civil society groups funded by billionaire George Soros denounced Hungary’s prime minister Viktor Orban on Sunday, for calling on his country’s security services to investigate the liberal philanthropist’s “network” and people associated with it.
Mr Orban accuses Budapest-born Mr Soros of buying influence in the European Union and pressing it to admit millions of mostly Muslim immigrants, whom the Hungarian leader describes as a deadly danger to the bloc’s security and identity.
“The Soros network has an extensive sphere of influence within the European Parliament and other EU bodies, and its aim is to build a Europe of mixed population and to condemn the Hungarian government for opposing their view on migration,” Mr Orban said on Friday.
Hungary’s security services would help reveal how Soros-funded groups operated and who was working with them, including Hungarian citizens, he added.
Despite taking a scholarship from Mr Soros to study in England in 1989, Mr Orban now vows to create an “illiberal democracy” that staunchly opposes immigration, a model that is anathema to the billionaire’s vision of an open society. [Don’t you just love it how they throw that little nugget in there. In 1989! who knew what Soros was up to.—ed]
Mr Orban built fences on Hungary’s southern borders to block refugees and migrants in 2015, and fiercely rejects EU efforts to relocate refugees around the bloc and criticism of his alleged erosion of Hungarian democracy and rule of law.
There is more here including a closing paragraph about how Orban’s political party is doing extremely well.
Mark Steyn has a point!
When I went searching for a photo of the Prime Minister, I found this one (above) at wikipedia and it reminded me of Mark Steyn’s article (and my post) after the election of the childless new President of France:
Kicking the croissant down the road….it is demographic conquest stupid!
Steyn lists some of the childless European leaders and suggests they, with no personal stake in the future, don’t look at the world the way those with children and grandchildren do.
…with the arrival of President Macron in the charmed circle, the leaders of Europe’s biggest economies and of all the European members of the G7 are childless: Germany’s Angela Merkel, Britain’s Theresa May, Italy’s Paolo Gentiloni, and now France’s Macron.
Other childless leaders are listed here at LifeSite.
Great question of our time: How is it that so few European (or American) leaders can recognize an invasion when it is staring them in the face?
See my complete ‘Invasion of Europe’ archive here.