Wednesday, June 19, 2024

Polaris of Enlightenment

Wednesday, June 19, 2024

Polaris of Enlightenment

Viktor Orbán condemns EU’s war agenda

The new cold war

Published 4 June 2024
- By Editorial Staff
Viktor Orbán, EU leader Ursula von der Leyen, Swedish Prime Minister Ulf Kristersson and Finland's Petteri Orpo.

Hungary must act to save Europe and stop the EU elite’s plans to create a great European war, says the country’s prime minister, Viktor Orbán.

It seems that there are no brakes on the pro-war train, and the driver has gone mad, he warns.

Thousands of Orbán’s supporters took part in a peace march in the country’s capital on Saturday, and the prime minister is clear that the EU’s choice is between peace in Europe and world war.

Orbán said Europe must choose a different path and “be prevented at all costs from going to war with Russia”.

Europe is preparing for war and every day it goes through a new stage on the road to hell, he said

 We have a huge task ahead of us, the likes of which we have never had. We must prevent Europe from entering a war that will lead to its destruction, he continued.

“Does not favor the interests of Europeans”

The Hungarian leader pointed out that Europe has already sent hundreds of billions of euros worth of weapons to Ukraine and placed nuclear weapons in the middle of Europe. There is also talk of sending European troops to fight Russia – something that is unlikely to happen in Hungary.

We will not go to war and we will not die for others on foreign soil, he promises.

In his election campaign, Orbán has focused on the war in Ukraine, accusing political opponents both in Hungary and in the EU of being warmongers who would force Hungary into a direct war with Moscow.

The prime minister has also previously stated that the EU’s policy towards Russia and Ukraine “does not serve the interests of Europeans”. Because of his unwillingness to continue the war or send arms and soldiers to Ukraine, he has become an increasingly unpopular figure among the powers that be in Brussels – so much so that EU leaders are actively seeking to remove Hungary’s veto power during meetings dealing with the conflict.

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