Hungary and Poland are “the new Jews”, explains the director of the literature museum Demeter in a newspaper commentary and accuses Soros of having made Europe his “gas chamber”.
The head of the Budapest Petofi Literature Museum, Szilard Demeter, has accused the US investor and philanthropist George Soros of having made Europe his “gas chamber”. “The poison gas that is deadly for the European way of life flows out of the barrels of the multi-cultural open society,” wrote Demeter on Saturday in a comment for the government-related Internet portal “origo.hu”.
Hungary and Poland are “the new Jews,” he continued. Demeter commented on the EU budget dispute, in which Hungary and Poland are vetoing important budget decisions worth EUR 1.8 trillion. In this way, the two East-Central European countries want to prevent a new rule of law mechanism from becoming effective. This threatens countries whose governments intervene in the independence of the judiciary with the withdrawal of EU aid.
In the past, Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orban has repeatedly launched hate campaigns against the Holocaust survivor Soros from Hungary. These insinuate that he wanted to flood Europe with Muslim migrants in order to erase the Christian and national identity of the European peoples. Evidence of this has not been presented. Soros, who got rich through investment speculation, supports civil society actors and fighters for human rights worldwide.
“Brussels bureaucrats financed” by Soros
Orban’s argumentation also links the rule of law mechanism to the alleged endeavors of the “Brussels bureaucrats” – financed by Soros – to take away the sovereignty of the member states, although Hungary and Poland are isolated in the EU with this view.
Demeter uttered a similar horn in his comment. “The ‘Liberal Aryans’ (Liberals) now want to kick the Hungarians and Poles out of the political community as members of which they have rights,” he continued. “We are the new Jews.”
The literary functionary enjoys the absolute confidence of Orbans in questions of cultural policy. The 44-year-old has not only headed the Petöfi Museum since the end of 2018, but also sits with an important voice in numerous committees that decide on the award of subsidies to the literary business and the music industry. Demeter once said of himself that he was a “fanatical orbanist”.
(APA / DPA)
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