Who is leading the Nationalistic way in Central Europe? Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orban is the new Mr. Central Europe.
The Prime Minister has a five-pronged plan that would serve Americans well to emulate. From the American Conservative, which I support, lays out Prime Minister Orban’s leading edge plan:
I have formulated five tenets for the project of building up Central Europe.
The first is that every European country has the right to defend its Christian culture, and the right to reject the ideology of multiculturalism.
Our second tenet is that every country has the right to defend the traditional family model, and is entitled to assert that every child has the right to a mother and a father.
The third Central European tenet is that every Central European country has the right to defend the nationally strategic economic sectors and markets, which are of crucial importance to it.
The fourth tenet is that every country has the right to defend its borders, and it has the right to reject immigration.
And the fifth tenet is that every European country has the right to insist on the principle of one nation, one vote on the most important issues, and that this right must not be denied in the European Union.
In other words, we Central Europeans claim that there is life beyond globalism.
Central Europe’s path is the path of an alliance of free nations.
Well, there you have it. Sounds right to me.
"Liberalism, Orban says, has become a system and a way of looking at the world that destroys nations and traditions, especially the Christian tradition. He’s right about that." https://t.co/KLaB9XsQXZ
— The American Conservative (@amconmag) August 2, 2018