Beyond the political chicanery of the left lies a dark, ominous threat: Globalism, sponsored and promoted by some of the world’s wealthiest liberals.
The concept behind globalism is simple: By creating issues so large that no one country can face them alone, the globalists secretly campaigning behind the scenes can work against the sovereignty of the world’s separate nations. This plays to their favor, as their immense wealth is often dictated by their ability to control the world’s natural resources and technology. By corrupting individual nation’s ability to govern themselves by installing worldwide authority, these wealth mongers have far less work to do when it comes to acquiring their precious materials. One cabal of 20 international policy enforcers is a much simpler group to influence than an entire nation’s government.
Hungary has been at odds with one such globalist scheme from the get-go: The Syrian refugee crisis and the attempted mandate by the European Union on how many refugees each of their member nations are to assimilate. Hungary has seen the danger that these relaxed borders and ineffective screening processes can bring with them, as radical Islamic terrorists continue to exploit the weaknesses in the system to position their operatives across the globe, with a particular focus on Europe. France, Germany, and the United Kingdom have all been victimized in the wake of the EU’s insistence regarding these immigrants, with Hungary, Poland, and a few others being the only countries openly defying the concept.
Now, as Hungary continues to pull back the curtain on the world’s wealthy meddlers, they have openly declared that famous liberal globalist George Soros is no friend of theirs, going so far as to make a declaration of war.
“Hungary’s prime minister said Friday that harsh criticism by billionaire George Soros is a ‘declaration of war.’ Soros has accused Prime Minister Viktor Orban of running a corrupt ‘mafia state.’
“Orban alleged that the Hungarian-American investor was paying ‘agent-like networks’ of non-governmental organizations to enforce his policies, including the promotion of migration, in Europe and Hungary.
“‘This is a declaration of war,’ Orban said on state radio. ‘We are facing a financial speculator who has made a lot of money while … plunging many into poverty.’
“Orban was replying to Soros’ speech Thursday at the Brussels Economic Forum where he spoke about the challenges faced by the European Union, including conflicts over the rule of law in Poland and Hungary.”
Soros is a well-known liberal kingmaker and globalism enthusiast. The immense wealth held by Soros has been used to prop up democratic candidates in the U.S. and abroad, hoping to influence elections and sitting leaders alike. Now that the media landscape have grown to include non-mainstream sources in recent decades, more world leaders are becoming hip to the schemes of these anti-sovereignty operatives and have begun to lash out. Hungary’s declaration may be one of the first public outcries by a head of state, but it certainly won’t be the last.