Well done Victor!

Good news from Hungary this morning where the Fidesz party of Victor Orbán has overwhelmingly won yesterday’s general election for a third consecutive term. A real smack in the eye for the EU and their forced immigration policy and for that globally evil influence that is George Soros. The images below were from some of Orbán’s speeches pre election; he will not engage in TV debates with rivals or give interviews to mainstream media …. just look at the turnout …. this was not a protest march, it was his supporters in Budapest trying to get outside the parliament building to listen to him.

His policies are straightforward …. no forced immigration quota from the EU, increased tax relief and housing assistance for families, Hungarians first for employment …..

I can’t remember seeing mass support like this for leaders in Britain or America!



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  1. So tell me Brian, you confuse me, as a capitalist would you feely support freeloaders? Isn’t that why we are leaving the EU? This is why I voted Leave, unlike Victor I don’t care about migrant numbers, that is a Daily Express issue!

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    • What makes you think I am a Capitalist? I believe in mixed policies to run our economy, some services and utilities. Victor cares about much more than migrant numbers if you read a couple of bios written about him, I think he uses that though as his “spear” to do some really good things for families, taxation, employment and housing. I voted Leave because I care about this overarching word “sovereignty” which is our right as a sovereign nation to deal with decisions relating to our own borders, laws, trading arrangements, military, etc. I couldn’t care less about visa free travel, diversity, how many euros I get for my pound, having a Polish plumber or a Czech nanny! These are all very tiny things in the bigger scheme of things. Regarding freeloaders, this is another element of a misguided EU who also manipulate the free market towards German goods trade as opposed to British services trade. I don’t want an EU army or an EU finance minister either. And polls show that migrant numbers is MUCH bigger than a Daily Express issue.

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    • Bugger, I hadn’t finished typing, doing this on my phone!

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  2. He might be a critic of the EU but as Hungary is a net beneficiary when the budget is divvied up (fifth out of 27) I bet he doesn’t have the balls to leave!

    As a net contributor UK has the right to be critical but Victor might be well advised to be careful what he wishes for!

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    • He’s got more balls than Cameron because he pushes back against them on EU policies which work against the national interests of his people. He has the guts to stand up to them and discovers …… the EU are like all bullies …. cowards!

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      • Well, that’s true. Cameron was hopeless and the EU were plain stupid but that is another story. My point really is based on economics. UK is leaving because the EU budget penalised us and we were required (as some others) to unfairly subsidise other member states. We don’t like that arrangement so we choose to leave and manage our own finances to our eventual benefit. Hungary relies on significant EU subsidies to finance its development and infrastructure. Gain equals Pain! I have a lot more sympathy with the Italian anti-EU complainers.

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