Viktor Orbán’s Speech at CPAC in Budapest

Due to the geopolitical exigencies of Hungary’s size and location in Europe, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán is forced to walk a fine line among the larger powers that surround him. From my point of view as an outsider looking in, he seems to be doing his best to preserve the unique Hungarian heritage and culture, even as he has to go along with parts of the basic program being imposed by the New World Order.

Hungary recently hosted the American Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Budapest, which took place shortly after Viktor Orbán’s Fidesz party won an overwhelming victory in the latest general election.

The following video of Mr. Orbán’s speech has been subtitled using the official English translation on the prime minister’s website, based on the original video source.

Our Hungarian correspondent László, who kindly timed the transcript for subtitles, highlights the points in Mr. Orbán’s remarks where he seems to adhere to the talking points of the NWO:

When your readers look at this part of Orbán’s speech, the penny should drop for many:

“Our seventh point: do not get pushed to the extreme. I say this because extreme conspiracy theories rear their heads from time to time on the right — just as extreme utopias regularly rear their heads on the left. If we take a deeper look, we see that in fact people want neither. But, Dear Friends, what is the difference between the denial of science by the extreme right and the denial of biology by LGBTQ movements? The answer is simple: there is no difference whatsoever. We must render unto Caesar the things that are Caesar’s, unto God the things that are God’s, and unto Science the things that are Science’s. We may gain immense popularity on internet forums by promoting conspiracy theories — and indeed sometimes there is truth in them; but in reality we will alienate a large proportion of the electorate, find ourselves pushed to the margins, and eventually we will lose.”

I guess “science” means the Corona psy-op. And “far-right denial of science” means that the “Mi Hazánk” (Our Homeland) party has exposed the Corona psy-op and has been voted into the Parliament.

Again, Hungary is playing the antagonist in the NWO theater, against the more overt “woke” part of the global Communist revolution, along with the invited US Republican party and the whole “conservative idea”. And the more covert part of the Communist revolution is the “Fourth Industrial Revolution” within the “Great Reset”, which Hungary is heavily invested in. The Powers That Be are playing both sides.

Many thanks to Vlad Tepes and RAIR Foundation for the subtitling:

Video transcript:

00:08   Ladies and gentlemen, dear American friends, and conservatives from all over the world,
00:16   I welcome you all.
00:21   And a special welcome to my friend Václav Klaus.
00:26   It is no surprise that he is the most intellectually
00:33   courageous man in Europe, as he is rich in years;
00:41   but what is a surprise to us all is that he is still the most youthful
00:45   and the freshest among us. Dear Klaus,
00:48   thank you so much for coming and being with us.
00:57   I know that you all deserve a better speech than this, but we all
01:02   know that one cannot swim or run a world record time in the morning.
01:10   Please bear this in mind as you listen to my thoughts.
01:14   Anyway, it is great to have you here.
01:17   The timing is a happy accident: a month ago we scored our fourth election victory
01:24   in a row, and four days ago I formed my fifth conservative,
01:32   Christian government.
01:39   And now I am here with you.
01:42   It is always good to be able to talk among friends, and
01:46   it is especially good to have something with which to
01:49   back up one’s words; and we Hungarians rightly feel
01:53   that we have something with which to back up our words.
01:58   My friends, We have come a long way.
02:03   In the 1980s we read about what was happening in the United States
02:09   from samizdat illegally distributed in the former Eastern Bloc.
02:15   And now here we are, with Hungary hosting the most important
02:19   political gathering of the Republican Party, the Grand Old Party.
02:24   I clearly remember how we envied you back then.
02:30   We envied your culture of democratic debate;
02:34   the freedom in which you arranged public affairs in America;
02:38   we envied your President Reagan for his charisma, his drive, his wit and his policies —
02:46   and, of course, we rooted for him.
02:49   All we had were the grey-suited communist functionaries
02:54   and their political Newspeak,
02:58   a stifling atmosphere and hopelessness.
03:02   Dear American friends, If you have seen the series
03:05   “Chernobyl”, you may have an idea of what I am talking about.
03:09   We had forty long years of that.
03:14   And today we are hosting this great event,
03:17   for which I would like to thank the organizers —
03:21   but most of all you, who are honoring us with your presence.
03:25   On behalf of every Hungarian, I thank our American friends
03:29   and those from other countries for honoring us and coming here to Budapest.
03:37   How can I contribute to today’s gathering?
03:42   Perhaps if I tell you how we won: how we first defeated the communist regime.
03:49   Then how we defeated the liberals;
03:52   and then, most recently, how we defeated the international liberal Left
03:57   when they combined their forces against Hungary in the election.
04:02   I will tell you now how we defeated them for
04:05   the first, second, third, fourth and fifth time —
04:08   and how we will defeat them again. As the supporters of Fradi [soccer club]
04:11   chant: “More, more, more,
04:15   still more goals to score!”
04:23   I will tell you how fervent university students succeeded in dismantling a dictatorship.
04:30   Then in breaking the hegemony over opinions enjoyed by the returning communists and liberals
04:36   And how they managed to end the dominance of progressives in public life.
04:42   I will tell you how Hungary became a bastion
04:46   of conservative and Christian values in Europe.
04:50   Instead of my long speech, of course,
04:54   all this could be done briefly and simply.
05:00   We learned from General Patton that battle brings
05:06   out all that is best and removes all that is base.
05:12   This is also true on the political battlefield.
05:16   Here, my friends, only the best remain standing.
05:19   Or, in short, the ultimate condition for victory is that
05:27   we must become the best. You can win if you are the best.
05:34   Ladies and gentlemen, let us start by saying that you politicians who love your country
05:41   have a problem that we Hungarians have already tackled successfully.
05:46   This problem — if I am not mistaken, both in America and Western Europe —
05:52   is the domination of public life by progressive liberals.
05:57   The problem is the fact that they hold the most
06:00   important positions in the most important institutions,
06:04   they occupy the dominant positions in the media,
06:07   and that they produce all the politically
06:11   indoctrinating works of high and mass culture.
06:16   They — the progressive Left — tell us what is the truth and what is not,
06:20   what is right and what is wrong.
06:23   And as conservatives, our lot is to feel about our nations’
06:29   public life as Sting felt in New York: like a “legal alien”.
06:36   Dear American friends, this was also the situation in Hungary.
06:39   Thirty years ago, the Left was also in power here —
06:42   and there was even a communist dictatorship.
06:47   The entire machinery of the state worked to entrench the power of the communists.
06:54   Strange as it may sound, we — and I — grew up in a “woke world”.
07:00   Only back then critical race theory was called “scientific socialism”,
07:06   and was taught at university in the same way that woke is taught in your country.
07:11   Everyday socialist dictatorship: that is what we grew up in.
07:15   Political correctness, Orwellian Newspeak, state control of the public square,
07:22   expropriation of private property and stigmatization of the Right.
07:29   Dear American friends and visitors from abroad,
07:32   under communism we had a joke about whether it was possible to joke under communism.
07:40   And the joke was that a political joke contest was held in the Soviet Union,
07:47   with the following conditions:
07:50   the contestant coming in third would win an all-inclusive trip to Siberia for two weeks
07:55   the runner-up for a year, and the winner for life.
08:01   American friends, if you feel that this joke is becoming ever
08:04   more meaningful to you,
08:09   the time has come to start taking action.
08:18   At all events we rose up, and in the late 1980s we decided that enough was enough.
08:25   We wanted to regain our country and our freedom;
08:29   we wanted to regain our country’s freedom.
08:33   The communists did not let this pass without response:
08:36   police attacks, bans, wiretaps, infiltration by state agents, threats and blackmail.
08:45   But we persevered, and we won. Soviets out, communists down.
08:51   We thought we had finally got what we wanted, but we were wrong:
08:58   under the dictatorship liberals and conservatives entered into an anti-communist pact,
09:06   but at the first subsequent opportunity the liberals sided with the communists.
09:13   It turned out that in fact they were natural allies.
09:18   If I am not mistaken, this kind of sinful
09:21   covenant has also been seen in the United States.
09:26   Summa summarum, public life after the first election [in Hungary after communism]
09:30   was dominated by post-communists, liberals and progressives,
09:33   and the Hungarian right was floored.
09:37   When my friend Donald Trump won the US presidential election in 2016,
09:44   one of his main promises was about the need to “drain the swamp”.
09:51   President Trump has undeniable merits, but nevertheless he was not re-elected in 2020.
10:00   He ended up like our first conservative, Christian government in 2002:
10:09   we governed outstandingly — after so many years
10:13   I can perhaps indulge in that much immodesty —
10:18   but we were dragged down by the swamp of the Hungarian Left.
10:25   And then, between 2002 and 2010, we saw what generally happens in such circumstances:
10:32   the socialists spent the people’s money.
10:37   Hungary sank into debt, the economy fell into recession,
10:42   inflation ran out of control, unemployment rose
10:45   and people were unable to pay their bills.
10:49   Street violence broke out
10:52   and paramilitary groups were on the march.
10:56   It was a long time ago, but let us not forget: strings of
10:59   ethnically-motivated murders outraged public sentiment.
11:03   The Left had cut back spending on the police so much
11:07   that they were unable to maintain even the pretense of order.
11:12   The law protected perpetrators rather than victims.
11:17   Dear American friends, I think you have seen the likes of this.
11:23   The Scriptures say the following: “Every tree is known by its own fruit.”
11:29   Well, the fruit of progressive government speaks for itself:
11:35   economic ruin and street violence.
11:38   When a left-wing government comes to power, the story almost always ends in the same way.
11:44   But, dear friends, in 2002 we organized a popular movement and intellectual
11:50   resistance with the troops left to us after our electoral defeat.
11:55   We did not adopt a defensive attitude, and we did not resign ourselves to our minority status;
11:59   we played to win and proclaimed the Reconquista.
12:06   Dear friends, the plan succeeded. In 2010 we came back.
12:11   We had worked for eight years:
12:15   step by step, brick by brick, we had fought and we had built.
12:22   The formula is complete.
12:25   Hungary is the laboratory in which we tested
12:29   the antidote to dominance by progressives.
12:34   We have hung up our lab coats,
12:38   this spring Hungary has received its fourth dose,
12:42   and I can report that the patient
12:46   has been completely cured.
12:55   The medication is open-source, free of charge,
13:00   and comprises twelve points — which I will share with you now.
13:05   For the benefit of our foreign friends, twelve
13:08   is Hungarian freedom fighters’ lucky number.
13:12   The first point in the Hungarian formula is to play by our own rules.
13:21   The only way to win is to refuse to accept the solutions and the paths offered by others.
13:29   As Churchill said, having enemies is a sure sign that you are doing something right.
13:38   This is why we should not be discouraged by being defamed,
13:45   or by being branded as deplorable,
13:49   or by being treated abroad like troublemakers.
13:53   In fact, it would be suspicious if none of this happened.
13:58   Please remember that those who play by their opponents’ rules are certain to lose.
14:06   The second point: national conservatism in domestic politics.
14:13   The cause of the nation is not a matter of ideology, nor even of tradition.
14:19   The reason that churches and families must be supported
14:24   is that they are the building blocks of the nation.
14:28   This also means that one must remain on the side of the voters.
14:34   We decided to stop migration and build the wall on our southern border
14:41   because Hungarians said that they did not want illegal immigrants.
14:45   They said: “Viktor, build that wall!”
14:50   Three months later the border barrier was up.
15:01   The secret is not to overthink things: the Hungarian fence is a simple chain-link structure
15:07   with motion detectors, watchtowers and cameras;
15:12   but this is enough, provided people want to protect their country.
15:17   The Achilles heel of progressives is precisely
15:21   that they want to impose their dreams on society.
15:26   But for us that danger is also an opportunity, because when it comes to
15:31   important issues, in reality people do not like left-wing fever dreams.
15:36   One must find the issues on which the Left is completely out of touch with reality
15:44   and highlight them — but in a way that can be understood by people who are not eggheads.
15:50   Third point: the national interest in foreign policy.
15:57   Progressives always think that foreign policy is a battle of ideologies:
16:04   a battle between good and bad, in which the course of history will be decided once and for all.
16:10   But as I see it, dear friends, there have been at least
16:14   four such “last great battles” over the past hundred years.
16:18   Something is wrong with that concept.
16:22   Our response should be a clear and simple antithesis to the progressives:
16:28   The nation first! Hungary first! America first!
16:33   We need foreign policy based on our interests.
16:36   This is not always easy, because the world
16:39   of foreign policy is often a complicated one.
16:42   Take the war in our neighboring country.
16:46   Russia is the aggressor, and Ukraine is the victim.
16:53   We condemn the aggressor and help the victim of aggression.
16:58   But at the same time we know that Ukraine is not defending Hungary.
17:03   That is a nonsensical idea!
17:06   Hungary can be defended by NATO and the Hungarian Defense Forces.
17:10   As a proportion of our population, we have taken in the largest number of refugees,
17:14   and the Hungarian people are happy to help.
17:17   They are glad to help, but they do not want to pay the price of the war,
17:22   because it is not their war and they will not benefit from it.
17:27   They know full well that war is accompanied by sanctions, rampant inflation
17:34   and economic stagnation; they know that war always impoverishes people.
17:39   We must not yield to the siren voices, however tempting they may sound.
17:45   Our aim is to restore peace, not to continue the war,
17:50   because that is what is in our national interest. Hungary first!
17:54   Fourth point, dear friends: we must have our own media.
18:00   We can only show up the insane ideas of the progressive Left
18:06   if we have media that helps us to do this.
18:11   Left-wing opinions only appear to be in the
18:15   majority when the media helps to amplify them.
18:18   The root of the problem is that the modern Western
18:21   media aligns itself with the views of the Left.
18:24   Reporters were taught at university
18:30   by people with progressive left-wing views.
18:34   And as soon as a conservative figure appears in the media,
18:37   they are criticized, attacked, defamed and vilified.
18:42   I am familiar with the old ethos of Western democracy,
18:46   according to which party politics and the press must be separated.
18:51   That is how it should be.
18:54   But, dear friends, the Democrats in the US, for instance, do not obey such rules.
19:00   Just try to count how many media outlets are in the service of the Democratic Party:
19:06   CNN, The New York Times, the list goes on — I could carry on into the night.
19:12   Naturally, the Grand Old Party, too, has allied media outlets,
19:18   but they are no match for the liberals’ dominance of the media.
19:22   My friend Tucker Carlson stands alone and immovable.
19:27   His show has the highest audience figures. What does this mean?
19:30   It means that there should be shows like his day and night —
19:34   or, as you say, 24/7.
19:40   Fifth point: expose your opponent’s intentions.
19:47   As a condition for victory, media support is necessary, but not sufficient.
19:52   We must also break down taboos.
19:55   Perhaps I do not need to introduce this to my American friends,
19:58   because what breaker of taboos is greater than President Donald Trump?
20:04   But one can always raise the bar:
20:07   we must not only break down today’s taboos, but also tomorrow’s taboos.
20:11   Here in Hungary we expose what the Left are preparing
20:14   before they even take action.
20:22   At first they will deny it,
20:25   but success is all the sweeter when it emerges that we were right all along.
20:30   For instance, there is the issue of LGBTQ propaganda targeting children.
20:35   This is still a new thing over here, but we have already destroyed it.
20:41   We brought the issue out into the open and held a referendum on it.
20:48   The overwhelming majority of Hungarians have
20:51   rejected this form of sensitization of children.
20:54   By revealing at an early stage what the Left were preparing for,
20:59   we forced them on the defensive,
21:02   and when they attacked our initiative they were
21:05   eventually forced to admit the reality of their plan.
21:09   Allow me to quote General Patton again:
21:12   “A good plan, violently executed now, is better than a perfect plan next week.”
21:21   Sixth point: economy, economy, economy.
21:26   We all know that the Left want to operate the economy according to abstract notions.
21:33   That is a trap for the Right. Don’t do it.
21:39   When we came to power, we decided that we must only pursue economic policies
21:46   that benefit the majority of voters.
21:50   Here in Hungary we have a motto about this:
21:53   “Even those who did not vote for us end up better off.”
21:57   In this, we are the polar opposite of the progressives:
22:02   even those who voted for them end up worse-off.
22:08   At the end of the day people want jobs:
22:13   people want jobs, not economic theories.
22:18   People want to take a step forward in life, and a better life
22:22   for their children than the life they have had.
22:26   If a government of the right is unable to deliver all this, it is doomed to failure.
22:34   Our seventh point: do not get pushed to the extreme.
22:41   I say this because extreme conspiracy theories
22:46   rear their heads from time to time on the Right —
22:51   just as extreme utopias regularly rear their heads on the Left.
22:59   If we take a deeper look, we see that in fact people want neither.
23:06   But, dear friends, what is the difference between the denial of science by the extreme right
23:12   and the denial of biology by LGBTQ movements?
23:17   The answer is simple: there is no difference whatsoever.
23:21   We must render unto Caesar the things that are Caesar’s, unto God the
23:26   things that are God’s, and unto Science the things that are Science’s.
23:31   We may gain immense popularity on internet forums by promoting conspiracy theories
23:40   — and indeed sometimes there is truth in them;
23:45   but in reality we will alienate a large proportion of the electorate,
23:50   find ourselves pushed to the margins, and eventually we will lose.
23:55   Eighth point: read every day.
24:02   A book a day keeps the defeat away.
24:07   I know that this sounds strange. I am not an academic myself,
24:11   but the fact is that no invention has yet surpassed the
24:16   book as a vehicle for understanding and conveying ideas.
24:21   The world is becoming increasingly complex, and
24:24   we need to dedicate time to understanding it.
24:27   I, for instance, set aside one whole day every week for reading.
24:33   Reading also helps us to understand what our opponents think
24:39   and where their thinking is flawed. If we know that, the rest is mere technique.
24:45   We must translate all this into the language
24:48   of everyday action and political communication.
24:51   It is true that the spin doctor is a useful species;
24:56   but understanding the problem is something that must be done by us as policymakers.
25:05   Ninth point: have faith.
25:10   A lack of faith is dangerous.
25:14   If you do not believe that there will be a final reckoning
25:19   and that you will be held to account for your actions before God,
25:22   you will think that you can do anything that is in your power.
25:29   Therefore let us encourage prospective
25:32   young conservative politicians to engage with faith.
25:36   Initially I did not see this as a priority,
25:40   but I learned that if we devote time to our faith,
25:45   success will come more easily.
25:48   I have been a Member of Parliament for thirty-two years,
25:51   and I am beginning my seventeenth year as Prime Minister.
25:54   I heed the words of the Prophet Isaiah, who said:
25:57   “If you do not stand firm in your faith, you will not stand at all.”
26:02   In politics, dear friends, this is the law.
26:05   Tenth point: make friends.
26:10   Our opponents, the progressive liberals and neo-Marxists,
26:15   have unlimited unity: they have one another’s backs.
26:20   By contrast, we conservatives are capable
26:23   of squabbling with one another over the smallest issue.
26:27   And then we wonder at how our opponents corner us.
26:33   We do indeed possess intellectual sophistication,
26:38   and we care about intellectual nuance.
26:42   But if we want to succeed in politics, we should never look at what we disagree on,
26:49   but instead look for our common ground.
26:52   I will give an example.
26:55   The Vatican is one of our most important European allies.
27:00   It is an ally as a guardian of Christian values,
27:04   in the support of families,
27:08   and together we affirm that a father is a man and a mother is a woman.
27:12   We stand together for peace and for the refugees from Ukraine.
27:17   But on illegal migration our thinking diverges.
27:22   One should not look at the issues on which we can engage in heated disputes,
27:28   but look for ways in which we can work together.
27:31   Believe me, if we do not, our opponents will hunt us down one by one.
27:38   Eleventh point: build communities.
27:45   My friends, over the years I have also learned that there is
27:50   no conservative political success without functioning communities.
27:54   The fewer communities there are and the lonelier people are,
28:00   the more voters go to the liberals;
28:04   and the more communities there are, the more votes we get. It is as simple as that.
28:08   I do not need to explain this to you: the United States has
28:12   the world’s best-functioning clubs, societies and communities.
28:16   What we need to understand is that a political entity must encompass such communities.
28:23   And finally, the twelfth point: build institutions.
28:30   For successful politics, one needs institutions and institutes.
28:36   Whether they are think tanks, educational centers, talent workshops,
28:40   foreign relations institutes, youth organizations or whatever,
28:44   but they should have a political aspect.
28:48   Let us not forget: politicians come and go,
28:52   but institutions stay with us for generations.
28:56   They, the institutions, have the capacity to renew politics intellectually.
29:01   New ideas, new thoughts and new people are needed again and again.
29:05   If they run out, we will run out of ammunition,
29:09   and our opponent will show no mercy in laying us low.
29:15   Dear friends, the whole world is undergoing huge changes.
29:21   It is strange but true that the destructive ideologies
29:25   of fascism and communism originated in the West.
29:29   We never thought that communists could return
29:34   not only from the East, but also from the West.
29:38   Now we see that the progressives are threatening the whole of Western Civilization,
29:45   and the true danger is not from without but from within.
29:49   You, dear American friends, are confronted with this in the United States
29:53   while we are confronted with it in the European Union.
29:57   We are dealing with the same people: faceless,
30:02   ideologically trained bureaucrats sitting in Washington DC and Brussels.
30:08   Progressive liberals, neo-Marxists intoxicated by the dream of wokeness,
30:14   those in the pay of George Soros, the advocates of the Open Society.
30:20   They want to abolish the Western way of life that you and we love so much:
30:26   what your parents fought for during World War II and the Cold War,
30:31   and what we fought for when we drove the Soviet communists out of Hungary.
30:37   My friends, we must take up the fight, and in this fight
30:41   we can only succeed if we are together and organized.
30:46   We must take back the institutions in Washington and Brussels.
30:51   We must find friends and allies in one another.
30:56   We must coordinate the movement of our troops, because we face a great challenge.
31:01   The decisive year will be 2024:
31:05   you will have presidential and congressional elections,
31:08   and we will have elections to the European Parliament.
31:12   These two locations will define the two fronts in
31:15   the battle being fought for Western Civilization.
31:19   Today we hold neither of them. Yet we need both.
31:24   We have two years to prepare.
31:27   The Hungarian lesson is that we have no silver bullet.
31:31   We only have work. We need to do it.
31:34   Let’s go out and do it! Thanks and good luck!

7 thoughts on “Viktor Orbán’s Speech at CPAC in Budapest

  1. Gee, why doesn’t our president address issues as Mr. Orban has in this speech? I wish he was the president of this country but sadly I know he would last two minutes as the alligators in the ‘swamp’ would have him for lunch in a heartbeat. Sniff
    He is correct in this regard, all of us will stand before our Creator God and give account for what we have done with the life that He gave us. Knowing that keeps us honest and the woke progressives awake at night.

  2. denial of science – what does that even mean?

    “denial of basic biology by the LGPTQ crowd” – that I can understand, what it is etc.

    But “denial of science”?

    I know I know – when one lacks real argument, he has to substitute his lack of argument for some subtle term that has no solid definition and in fact – can be explained away in multiple conflicting ways, depending on the propagandists’ desire…

  3. Baron: —- Thank you for posting this “Speech by Prime Minister Viktor Orbán at the opening of CPAC Hungary”

    It is well put, great explanation of politics, and how to implement changes, by how to elicit better reasoning, thinking that can gain cohesion with many of the ordinary people.

    I look to do a daily drip feed of it into some local blogs, and more importantly look to maintain those cohesive objectives in my life.

    To be a remnant, that ember that heats other up to understand much more of themselves and this world.

    heed the words of Prophet Isaiah, who said: “If you do not stand firm in your faith, you will not stand at all.”
    [Oban] In politics, Dear Friends, this is the law.

    “If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles.
    If you know yourself but not the enemy, for every victory gained you will also suffer a defeat.
    If you know neither the enemy nor yourself, you will succumb in every battle.” – Sun Tzu

    It is not easy to know your self;– but the point is to know the real base of principles, develop them, understand them, so that they are worthy to have faith in and so will hold up.

    Thank you Baron, for the wide range of good articles on many different topics and news.

  4. Thank you for posting Orban’s speech! Wise and inspiring words.
    Amazing that CPAC is in Hungary. Wish more of the US kept open their minds.
    from the land of o

  5. CPAC in Hungary! Gates of Vienna is the only one covering Orbans speech!
    Is America ready for a 40 year fight for the Constitution?

  6. This is [material that I deprecate]! As far as the United States is concerned, our greatness came from left and right talking to each other. I’m old enough to remember Everett Dirksen and Barry Goldwater who had no problem trading ideas with John F. Kennedy and Tip O’Neill. Since Reagan however, The GOP has focused on its own exclusivity, and with its petulant silence, it thinks it can force the Democrats into submission. But petulance is the province of a child, and their results have not provided any advancement of American society. Republican States and Republican counties are the poorest in the nation in terms of jobs, money, and education. Nowhere in Orban’s 12 steps does he encourage collaboration. Nowhere in Orban’s 12 steps does he talk of the compromise that brought this country from 1779 to 1980, and made it the greatest nation on Earth and savior to Europe and the far East in world war II. It is disgusting to me that the Republicans are listening to this autocrat, and his teachings on my way or the highway. That is not American! Our constitution calls for separation of church and state, regardless of whether or not Mr orban likes that or agrees with it. Our founders took steps to make sure that people could practice their religion freely, but could not compel others to agree with their religious beliefs. All of this promotion of Christianity is diametrically opposed to our constitutional guarantees and the American way of life.

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