The Hungarian Prime Minister points out that during Communist times, the West was seen in a positive light in Hungary, with people laughing at sterotypes pushed by Soviet propaganda about the West.
“When we heard the Soviet propaganda that blacks are beaten in America we laughed it off, and the propaganda about young people in the West grovelling in a Coca Cola stupor. This was all that socialism could say about the West as criticism,” Viktor Orbán said.
However, 30 years later several Western countries appear to be heading for “financial ruin” as countries are racking up debt and also suffering from widespread disorder.
“[A] wave of violence is sweeping through these countries. Statues are being toppled,” he said, referring to statues being vandalized across the West, with figures such as George Washington, Winston Churchill and others being attacked by far-left activists.
The Hungarian Prime Minister also adds that “gang wars being fought in the streets of the beautiful small towns of Western European countries”.
Just recently dramatic videos showed chaos on the streets of France as gangs were openly fighting on the streets, with gunfire being heard everywhere.
Hungarian Prime Minister Orbán says that “liberal imperialism reigns in western Europe, and they are trying to force their worldview on countries that think differently. American Democrats and often international courts are also involved in this”.
“There is this international trend in politics which is aimed at weakening and eliminating national governments and nations, and bundling them into some imperial order,”
“This [liberal imperialism] is now pursued not only by states, but also by supranational global organisations, and is operated by business people and money people who finance this scheme and who see themselves as supranational entities,”
“I take a look at the countries which keep sending us messages about how to live our lives correctly, and how to govern and to operate a democracy well, and I don’t know whether I should laugh or cry,”
Hungary under Viktor Orbán has taken a conservative approach and among other things promoted traditional family values and encouraged child birth.
The new pro-family policies has caused Hungary to see a 5.5% increase in birthrate since last year.
“What we need is not numbers, but Hungarian children: we’re not seeking to sustain an economic system, but Hungary, the Hungarian nation and Hungarian history; we want to encourage the continuation of our families for several generations,” a government spokesperson told Breitbart London.
Earlier this year, the government began offering free IVF treatment to couples.