Viktor Orbán: “The European Union Does Not Mean Brussels”

The video below shows Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán voting in today’s election, and speaking briefly to the press afterwards. He is speaking in English, which is fortunate, because our Hungarian translator CrossWare has gone to bed (it’s after 1am in Central Europe).

Many thanks to Vlad Tepes for putting this video together:

Mr. Orbán’s coalition, the Fidesz-KDNP, seems to have won a decisive victory in the election. See CrossWare’s report on today’s election results.

7 thoughts on “Viktor Orbán: “The European Union Does Not Mean Brussels”

    • In its present form it represents evil. In a future form the EU can be a force for good as the collective energy of the European family of independent nations working in cooperation for the betterment of the European peoples.

  1. Impressive returns. Almost 80% of voters chose a nationalist party (Fidesz and Jobbik). That’s a real mandate to tell the culture wreckers to go to hell.

  2. I love Hungarian people. Thank you and well done from Slovakia. Viktor Orban is a ona apar with greatest leaders in history

  3. I still have hope for Europe!
    The Hungaryan national anthem says » God save Hungary» Amen
    I’ll say more: «God Save Europe» Amen

  4. I am impressed by Mr. Orban’s grasp of English. There are many US Passport holders who do not speak English at his level.

    I also want to reiterate Mr. Orban’s brilliance in paying down Hungary’s external debt many years ago. That is possibly the most crucial factor in Hungary’s ability to stand against the EU on the side of the angels.

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