Hungary: Orban Denounces Immigration, Multiculturalism, Liberalism

Daily Stormer
March 1, 2015

"Come on now.  This is stupid."
“Come on now. This is stupid.”

Orban is by no means a great hero, but by Western political standards, he is definitely a pretty cool guy.


Hungarian Prime Minister Victor Orban denounced multiculturalism and liberalism Friday and vowed to fight a rising wave of migration that he said is threatening to turn his country into a “refugee camp.”

In his annual state of the nation speech, Orban called a multicultural society “a delusion” and defended his conservative government’s attempts to abandon “liberal social policies” that he accused of rejecting Christian culture.

“(A Hungarian) does not want to see throngs of people pouring into his country from other cultures who are incapable of adapting and are a threat to public safety, to his job and to his livelihood,” Orban said.

He was referring to the torrent of migrants who have entered European Union-member Hungary this year, many of them fleeing poverty in Kosovo and seeking to reach Germany and other western nations.

Orban has been criticized in the West for declaring last year that he wanted his nation to be an “illiberal” state and that he considers Russia, Turkey and Singapore to be models of success.

In his most colorful quote, Orban praised native Hungarians.

“The Hungarian man is, by nature, politically incorrect. That is, he has not lost his common sense,” he said.

All he is really saying is something incredibly basic, which is: “come on, this is stupid.”

The idea that more leaders are not coming out and stating the obvious fact that it makes exactly zero sense to allow unlimited numbers of entirely useless and dangerous subhumans to invade our countries demonstrates just how deeply sick the West is.