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[ Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán gave a speech on Mar 15, 2018, in Budapest at the commemoration of the 170th anniversary of the Hungarian Revolution of 1848.

 

With only weeks to go before a general election, Orban used the occasion to warn the nation of the threat posed by (((Globalists))) represented by such persons as (((George Soros))) who are intent on destroying Hungary, racially and culturally, by flooding the country with non-Whites — KATANA.]

 

 

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Viktor Orban

 

Speech on the 170th anniversary

 

of the Hungarian Revolution

 

of 1848

 

 

Published on Mar 16, 2018

 

TRANSCRIPT

 

 

 

 

I welcome you all on Hungary’s celebration of freedom! I greet those taking part in the Peace March. It is with special esteem that I greet our Polish friends. Our closeness is natural, and our embrace is a source of strength. In the time of our forefather Kossuth, it was written that:

 

Hungary and Poland are two imperishable oaks which have grown two separate trunks, but whose roots have intertwined. Therefore the existence and strength of one is the precondition for the life and health of the other

 

It is no different today: if Poland is strong, then Hungary cannot be lost; if we are strong, we can help our Polish friends. Therefore the Peace March is not simply a rally for the cause of our country, but also a stand we take alongside Poland. Honour to Poland! Honour to Hungary!

 

Once again, Fellow Celebrants, the day has come which lifts the heart of every Hungarian. The day on which, in the great book of world history, a word was written in the Hungarian language: that word was “Freedom”. On this day multitudes come together for us to honour the brave and bow our heads in memory of the heroes.

 

Today, in particular, we have come together in large numbers. In addition to our show of respect, there is now a special reason and a special goal. Barely more than three weeks from now we will again decide the fate of Hungary. And what is at stake in this election is not merely a four-year term. I knew that there would be many of us here, and I knew that here I would see determined faces. This is exactly what we need today: seriousness and determination.

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