After his racist rant, the PM Hungarian Branches are lucky Victor OrbanThe visiting Austrian defended the “Hungarian cultural outlook” this Thursday after his scathing speech against “ethnic mixing” last weekend.
“Sometimes it happens that I speak in a way that can be misunderstood, but I have asked the principal [Karl Nehammer] Please put the information in a cultural context,” he told a press conference Vienna. “In Hungary, these expressions and sentences reflect a cultural, civilized perspective”.
Note on gas chambers
The 59-year-old Hungarian nationalist leader, a batterer and staunch anti-immigrant, rejected the vision of a “multi-ethnic” society on Saturday. “We don’t want to be a mixed race,” he said, mixing with “non-Europeans,” before making an apparent reference to the regime’s gas chambers. NaziThis earned him harsh criticism from the Jewish community and the resignation of a councillor.
Since his return to power in 2010, Viktor Orbán has transformed his country by implementing “liberal reforms based on the security of Europe”. Christian “. In particular, he attacked immigrants from Africa and the Middle East and the NGOs that came to help them, tightening asylum rights and erecting barriers at borders.
Orban is the “pride” of Hungarian politics.
Klaus Nehammer Addressing this new controversy at the start of the press conference, he said, “I strongly condemn any form racism and anti-Semitism” and assured that the two had approached the question “with complete openness”.
Viktor Orbán responded that “we are in perfect agreement” and said he was “proud” of the “zero tolerance” policy pursued by Hungary.
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