Originally posted on February 14, 2019.
In an address to the people of Hungary, Prime Minister Viktor Orban reminded its citizens that the success they have had recently has not occurred in a vacuum. His pro-Hungary policies and their hard work have made life in the country better. Despite constant harassment by Europe’s globalists who want Orban to bow down to their demands to allow in immigrants from the third world, the prime minister has no intention of changing his successful course. The Hungary Journal reports (abridged):
Prime Minister Viktor Orban announced a seven-point family protection action plan in his state-of-the nation address in Budapest.
The prime minister called the Hungarian opposition “a bunch of pro-immigration politicians who are kept on a respirator by George Soros and the EU bureaucrats”. Orban said “it is a kind of political pornography.
“Neither the third two-thirds majority, nor the outstanding economic growth were given to us as a present, Hungarians have worked hard for both,” he said, adding that politics and the economy are deeply related.
Orban noted that in 2009, towards the end of left-wing rule, “our shared assets, reserves and future possibilities had all been used up”. Hungary needed more than just crisis management, it needed a complete renewal, a new direction, he said.
Today, the number of marriages is increasing, infant mortality has been reduced, employment has grown from 55 percent to 70 percent, unemployment has been reduced to one-third of its earlier level, incomes are growing, and the minimum wage has more than doubled, he said.
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