Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has stepped up his campaign against globalist billionaire George Soros, instructing his intelligence services to investigate the Hungarian-born financier’s “empire.”
Hungary’s spy agencies are now evaluating efforts by Soros to have the country punished by the European Union for resisting its plans for a “mixed-population” continent, Orbán said in a recent interview. He predicted that Europe is set to be split between a “migrant-free zone” and those in the west who refuse calls to “haul” undocumented migrants away.
Hungarians are in the middle of a seven-week consultation involving a questionnaire from their government asking whether they support the “Soros plan”, which is described as a plot to flood Europe with migrants. Soros has pushed Europe to accept a million migrants per year and promoted the demolition of Hungary’s anti-migrant border fences.
With elections set to take place in April, Orbán has been blaming Soros, 87, for the migration crisis, which has brought a wave of crime and terrorism and turned European neighborhoods into no-go zones.
According to a report in Bloomberg, polls this week show that Orbán’s Fidesz party has increased its backing to 59 percent of decided voters. Such a lead over his contenders reflects the notion that prime minister’s focus on migration and anti-Soros billboards are helping his political campaign. The billboards were erected over the summer with a picture of Soros and a message asking Hungarians to “not let Soros have the last laugh.”
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