It’s obvious on the EU bureaucrat’s face as he announces that Nigel Farage is speaking that he knows whatever is about to come out of his mouth isn’t going to be pleasing to the participants in their little international cabal. They’ve endured the voice of reason before, sanity is considered an unwelcome verbal assault, particularly when delivered by Mr. Farage.
He opens his comments recognizing the Hungarian Prime Minister, Viktor Orban, a critic of the EU and their mandated invasion compliance, with whom Mr. Farage shares many common views. Farage says, “Well, Mr. Orban, not for the first time you sit here, as the democratically elected leader of a great nation. And you stand up and you make a reasoned argument as to how the Hungarians do things and how actually there are different cultures within Europe.”
“And you’re prepared, again and again,” says Farage, “to come back here, and to be attacked and abused by non-entities who want Hungary to bow to their will, and not to the will of the Hungarian people or its leader. And I’m beginning to wonder, at what point sir, do you, as an intelligent man, stop banging your head up against a wall?”
He continues, “You spoke today and you behaved today as the leader of a nation. But isn’t it becoming obvious that as a member of the European Union, actually, you are not a nation. Just as we’re seeing in France in the moment, with huge interference in the French presidential election. Even with the unelected commission now, coming out and backing this dog-like creature called Macron.”
No, you’re not the leader of a nation and these people will go on interfering in the lives of Hungarian people, and you’ll never be forgiven. You are a sinner in their eyes. Not just because you want to close down George Soros’ propaganda machine that masquerades as a university, nothing to do with that. It’s because you won’t pay the price for Mrs. Merkel’s supreme folly and sign up to migrant quotas. And they will never, ever forgive you for it.”
Farage says, “Surely, when you, yourself, have said in the past, ‘We need to get rid of a utopia called supranational Europe,’ it must become clear to you, as it became clear to Euroskeptics in the United Kingdom, this set of organizations bound by their treaties are not open to reform. Institutions like this are led by fanatics. They are turning this into a state and the nation-state cannot coexist alongside.”
“Now you were bold enough,” says Farage, “to call a referendum on the migrant quotas and 88% of those that voted agreed with you. Surely logic says it’s time you gave the Hungarian people a referendum on whether they stay part of the European Union or not. Who knows, you might come and join the Brexit club. And then we could fight for a nation of democratic states working together, trading together, and put this nonsense behind us.”
The EU is trying to stop the bleeding, putting a major effort into influencing the French election and trying to stick the Brits with punitive expenses in order to discourage others seeking their sovereignty from taking similar action. Still, remaining in the EU is not an attractive option and the people of Hungary aren’t open to being extorted into welcoming terrorists into their midst. Farage’s offer may gain some traction, despite the rather low key response and demeanor of Mr. Orban.
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