Hungary vs. the EU — Who Will Win?

I wouldn’t have Péter Szijjártó’s job for ANYTHING.

Mr. Szijjártó is a member of the National Assembly of Hungary, and holds the office of foreign minister in the government of Prime Minister Viktor Orbán. It is in the latter capacity that he is obliged to serve as the whipping boy of the European Union. Hungary under Viktor Orbán and Fidesz is the designated enemy of the progressive right-minded globalist apparatchiks of Brussels, and the Hungarian foreign minister’s job is to cower before them, cap in hand, in the European Parliament, in front of the European Commission, or in the television studios of various state media outlets in Western Europe.

That last function is what is recorded in the video below. Péter Szijjártó has been summoned by the BBC to appear before a relentlessly abrasive inquisitor and answer for his government’s sins against progressive orthodoxy. In particular, he is grilled about his country’s recently revised law that prohibits propagandizing for sexual perversion in Hungarian schools.

Mr. Szijjártó maintains his unruffled good humor and calm demeanor throughout this segment. I don’t know how he manages not to tell the guy: “You can take this interview and shove it up your [nether orifice].” And then rip off his mike and stomp out of the studio.

You’re a better man than I am, Gunga Din.

Many thanks to Vlad Tepes for uploading this video:

7 thoughts on “Hungary vs. the EU — Who Will Win?

  1. What an obnoxious [epithet] that BBC stooge is ! What a hypocritical preface to his insults and accusations : “With all due respect …” The man is a weasel.

  2. I heard the programme on the BBC world Service some time ago.

    Stephen Sackur, the BBC’s host is an obnoxious man. Typically BBC in that any Right of Centre person is attacked from the first introductory words to the last. However if you are a lefty, LGBT or BLM supporter you will receive no criticism, nor will you be continuously interrupted.

    BBC = Bias Brainwashing Catastrophe

  3. I admire Mr. Szijjártó and the way he answers these unbelievable questions. The EU and their representatives shoud be ashemed to act in the way they do. I do hope that Hungary one day will leave the EU monster – I am sure they already think about it.

  4. The root of it all is that the EU is afraid of more departures from that bloated and repressive organization and are determined to smear anyone and any country that deviates from their control. The term “canary in the coal mine” seems appropriate.

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