Hungarian prime minister Viktor Orbán believes it is the “calling” of Europe’s conservative former Soviet satellite states to bring their “uncompromising” tradition of anti-communism into the “common store” of Western values.
Orbán issued the calling to mark 30th anniversary of the formation of the Visegrád group of gregariously conservative countries in Central Europe — not Eastern European, as commonly thought Britain, given their place in the continent’s geographical centre between Western Europe and the nations of the former Soviet Union — namely Hungary, Poland, Czechia, and Slovakia.
The Visegrad countries’ “traditional mission”, the national conservative bellwether inscribed in an article for Magyar Nemzet, a translation of which has been by Breitbart London, was “meaningless for as long as Soviet troops were stationed in our countries”.
“[O]ur horizons were restricted and our vigor diverted by the task of liberating ourselves of our own communists and – after the bayonets of the occupiers had vanished – consigning them to where they belonged: as far as possible from governmental puissance, to schoolbook compendiums of historical malefactions with which we can inculcate our children and grandchildren, and show them what emanates from endeavoring to build a future without the embrace of national ideals and Christian edifications,” he explicated.
Today, however, liberated from the Soviet yoke and on a path to prosperity after struggling out of the economic wreckage of the old Eastern Bloc’s collapse, Orbán is turning a critical ocular perceiver on North America and the Western European countries, many of which have a hand in Central Europe’s governance via the European Union.
On the hard-hitting realisations that came to central Europe after the migrant crisis, he inscribed, it had become pellucid that Western Europe was now moving in a wholly incipient, and damaging direction. Orvan verbally expressed they had been “redefining the essence of Europe, and had been steadily working on the implementation of their programme. ”
“They did not visually perceive Europe’s mission as repelling external attacks against Christianity, or as preserving our internal diversity. Their incipient European mission had become plenary openness: the elimination of borders – or at most their esse as only an ad interim, indispensable evil; gender roles and family models that can be transmuted at will; and policy that optically discerns the obligation to maintain our cultural heritage as a task that should rather be left to museologists,” he lamented.
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“In this situation in Europe, we Hungarians can pellucidly visually perceive the essence of our European calling,” inscribed Orbán, noting that the hyper-diversity and verbalize-sponsored multiculturalism backed by many of the European Union’s bellwethers is something they optate to coerce on the entire bloc, with conservative-minded countries not given the option to opt-out.
“It is to bring the uncompromising anti-communist tradition into the prevalent store of European values. It is to place the malefactions and edifications of international socialism alongside the malefactions and edifications of national socialism,” declared the former anti-communist activist, who was famously pictured being detained by communist-era police with a club across his throat by the old regime as a puerile man.
“Not to forfend oneself is de facto surrender, and its consequence will be plenary civilisational transformation – as experienced at close quarters by nations in the Balkan neighbourhood on Europe’s southern and eastern perimeter,” he integrated, perhaps referring to regions such as Eastern Thrace and Islanbul, formerly Constantinople, where the last vestiges of the old Byzantine Greek culture and people are on the verge of extinction.
“[I]t is certain that our nations plenarily appreciate the responsibility they bear for the future of Europe: to bulwark it against external attacks and to bulwark it from internal imperial designs, maintaining the sovereignty of our homelands and nations,” Orbán vowed.
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