The migrant invasion will destroy Europe if countries don’t block it at their borders, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán of Hungary said at a massive rally in Budapest on Thursday.
“Hungary and Europe face a mass migration wave which endangers the way of life of our people, and countries that don’t block it at their borders will be lost,” he said at the rally marking the 170th anniversary of anti-Habsburg Revolution of 1848.
“We are expected to willingly hand over our countries to foreigners from other continents who don’t speak our language, respect our culture, our laws or way of life,” Orbán said.
“This is our homeland, our life, and since we don’t have another one, we will fight for it till the very end and we will never give it up.”
Addressing a crowd of tens of thousands in front of the Hungarian Parliament building, Orbán warned that globalist powers want to tear down the fences he built on Hungary’s southern borders in 2015 to keep out migrants.
The 53-year-old champion of nationalism again attacked George Soros, the Hungarian-American billionaire who is pouring millions into promoting mass migration into Europe, with the consequence of ripping apart the very fabric of its many countries.
With the national elections coming up on April 8, Orbán promised to fight for the future and very survival of his country.
“National and globalist forces have never squared up to each other so openly,” he said. “We, the millions with national feelings, are on one side; the elite ‘citizens of the world’ are on the other side.”
With his Fidesz bound for re-election, Orbán vowed: “After the elections, we will avenge ourselves.”