European Commission Blackmails Hungary Over Migrants And LGBT Policy But Orbán Stands Firm


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“There is not enough money in the world”

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán says that his country is not receiving money it is owed from the European Commission because it refuses to accept migrants and to allow LGBT activism in schools. Orbán vowed there is not enough money in the world to make him back down on these issues.

In a post on X (formerly Twitter), Orban said that Hungary will not allow itself to be blackmailed and that “there is not enough money in the world” to accept these two requests from the European Commission.

“There is not enough money in the world to force us to take in migrants, and there is not enough money in the world to make us leave our children and grandchildren in the hands of LGBT activists. That is impossible,” Viktor Orbán declared.

The Hungarian Prime Minister added that the President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, told him, “we are not giving you the money for two reasons. Because Hungarians don’t allow migrants to enter the country and they don’t allow LGBT activists access to their children.”

“They believe that this [what Hungary is doing] is wrong, from a European perspective, and they are using all financial means possible to force us to change these laws,” Orbán explained. “All I can calmly answer is that there is not enough money in the world to make us receive migrants, we will not create conditions like we see in Western states: terrorist threats, crime, parallel societies, we can go on endlessly. And there’s no amount of money to make us leave our children in the hands of LGBT activists.”

A resolution adopted by the European Parliament on Thursday states that the Globalist MEPs “express their deep concern about the further erosion of democracy, the rule of law and fundamental rights in Hungary.” The globalist autocrats in Brussels even want to withdraw Hungary’s right of veto, a right enshrined in the EU Treaty, accusing Hungary of “abusing the use of the right of veto.” This would require unanimity and at least Slovakia has declared that they will vote against this abusive move.

In a separate post, Orbán also blasted globalist MEPs for wanting to give money to Ukraine for the next four years when European elections are only five months away. “They essentially want to strip people of their rights to make decisions on their future. What an anti-democratic position! Hungary disagrees. If we want to help Ukraine, let’s do it outside the EU-budget and on a yearly basis! This is the only democratic position just 5 months before the elections,” the Hungarian Prime Minister declared.

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