“The point to American politics is to bring more and more immigrants into Europe, Europe needs immigrants – Muslim immigrants. This is the main purpose of American politics. They represent a very strong, intensive, and very serious illegal immigration position for the sole purpose of making sure that more Muslims live in Europe. This is obvious what America believes.”– János Lázár, Minister Overseeing the Office of the Prime Minister
Minister Overseeing the Office of the Prime Minister János Lázár and government spokesman Zoltán Kovács held the government’s 50th ever marathon press conference. Journalists from across the land journeyed into the conference room to partake in the joyous occasion.
Short of breath and scarcely able to contain his glee, government spokesman Zoltán Kovács called the event “a turning point” in his life.
And what better way to kick off an event of this magnitude than with George Soros
The Hungarian government did not take too kindly to former US President Bill Clinton’s recent statement that “this democracy stuff is too much trouble” for Hungarians and that the nation prefers a “Putin-like” style of “authoritarian dictatorship.”
“The point to American politics is to bring more and more immigrants into Europe, Europe needs immigrants – Muslim immigrants. This is the main purpose of American politics. They represent a very strong, intensive, and very serious illegal immigration position for the sole purpose of making sure that more Muslims live in Europe. This is obvious what America believes,” Lázár said.
But Lázár disagrees with what he imagines America wants.
“We believe Europe’s borders need to be protected. If European nations need migrants, that should be done only under supervised and controlled conditions with limits because the process causes serious national security and economic security risks.”
Lázár went on to say that the United States has serious representatives in European power politics — such as George Soros.
“I would offer to you the loudest representative of the Obama-style opinion, George Soros,” he said.
The minister spoke at length about what he perceives to be Soros’ role in the refugee crisis.
“The position of the Hungarian government is that George Soros – who is known to be a big and influential donor of the Democratic Party and a patron of the Clinton family – will obviously do everything in Hungary and other European countries to make room for his own personal opinions.”
Lázár accused Soros of developing political alliances and straw-men in Hungary and other European countries and then said “this poses a grave threat to the country.”
The debate between the United States and Hungary concerning immigration is not one between the Hungarian government and the US government, Lázár said. It’s a debate between the Hungarian government and “certain American circles who are convinced that illegal immigration is important, that it is good, that Europe must be settled, it must be watered down, it must be changed — all for the purpose of ensuring an unlimited cooperation between the United States and Europe.”
According to Lázár, this mysterious group of American conspirators is somehow tied together with Soros.
“[George Soros] considers Viktor Orbán and his government to be one of his most important and dangerous enemies in Europe, and [Soros] is prepared to take action against them.”
Lázár continued by saying that “when influential American personalities make statements” (presumably about Hungary), “behind them you will always find [Soros].”
He went on to tie Soros together with what he considers to be the organized bringing of people into Europe. In Lázár’s estimation, President Obama plays a key role in this elaborate ruse because he also wants Muslim immigrants to occupy Europe.
According to Lázár, recent Europol figures indicate that some USD 6 billion was paid to human smugglers to get illegal immigrants into Europe.
“It’s obvious that someone organized and paid for their entry into Europe,” Lázár said.
On how much the government is spending on advertising in Fidesz-linked media outlets
An emerging story this week has been the government’s spending on advertising in media outlets linked to Fidesz. The spending concerns the government’s “communication campaign” for the upcoming anti-EU quota referendum.
The question was raised once again during the marathon press conference, but both Lázár and Kovács sidestepped the issue and said the public would be informed of the advertising spending at a later date.
They did, however, confirm that about HUF 3 billion would be spent on the campaign, but were unable to provide a more precise figure on how much of that would be for advertising.