Hungary’s Paradox

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, in what would surely anger the Marxist-founded Black Lives Matter (BLM)—which has boasted to “burn down” the “Western-prescribed nuclear-family-structure”—recently stated that kneeling during the playing of national anthems at sporting events was not only provocative but an act of discrimination. Hungary is one of 14 host nations to the Euro 2020 soccer championship rescheduled for the next two months as a result of the COVID-19 shutdown. Orbán warned that the propagandized guilt of former slave-holding nations and slaves’ descendants living amongst them to impose remorse on nations like Hungary, which never had slavery, is damaging to the common good: ADVERTISEMENT – CONTINUE READING BELOW “If you’re a guest in a country then understand its culture and do not provoke it. Do not provoke the host… We can only see this gesture system from our cultural vantage point as unintelligible, as provocation.” Prime Minister Orbán, who has been hailed as the “protector” of Christianity by many, has been taking heat from the European Union, as well as the United Kingdom and the United States, for his pro-family position: marriage exclusively between male and female with the end of procreation and proper formation of children. In fact, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, seen as the de facto leader of the EU before the pandemic, refused to meet Orbán for over four years for what was deemed his “democratic backsliding.”

Hungary’s Paradox

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