George Soros decries Hungary's PM Orban for anti-Semitic attacks 'reminiscent of the 1930s' | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


George Soros decries Hungary's PM Orban for anti-Semitic attacks 'reminiscent of the 1930s'

Soros says he had been targeted by an administration "stoking anti-Muslim sentiment and employing anti-Semitic tropes reminiscent of the 1930s."
In July, Prime Minister Viktor Orban launched a nationwide television and billboard advertising campaign accusing Soros of devising Europe's refugee influx.
The Hungarian premier has often vilified Soros, whose ideals are squarely at odds with Orban's view that European culture is under an existential threat from migration and multiculturalism.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I find it nearly painfully ironic that Soros, a former, and self-confessed Nazi collaborator, would be making these charges against Orban.

And ultimately, in this argument, I think Orban is correct in his assessment, looking at how unrestricted immigration policies have vastly changed the UK; Sweden; and Germany, and not necessarily for the better.

The key here is the desire to assimilate; not change your new environment into what you had before you migrated. And the issues are langugage; tolerance of other faiths; culture; and borders.

and I would very like to politely ask Mr. Soros just how many immigrants live on his properties throughout the world?!? Were I a betting woman, my bet would be that the operative answer would be, ABSOLUTELY NONE!!

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