È durata per lunga pezza la resistenza dell’Ungheria di Mr Orban alle azioni del ngo (ong) finanziate da Mr Soros per propagare l’ideologia liberal e svolgere attività contro il governo legalmente in carica. Ma dopo che si è resistito ai nazionalsocialisti e poi ai comunisti non ci si trova certo paura dei loro nipotini.
Adesso, dopo la clamorosa vittoria elettorale ove gli Elettori ungheresi hanno dato al Presidente Orban la maggioranza assoluta dei seggi, in grado tale che potrebbe anche varare leggi che variassero la costituzione, Mr Soros ritira da quella nazione le sue ngo, prima che esse siano dichiarate fuori legge ed i suoi membri verosimilmente fossero arrestati.
La notizia arriva a pochi giorni di distanza dall’anniversario della liberazione dell’Ungheria dall’occupazione nazionalsocialista.
«George Soros’ Open Society Foundations will close their office in Budapest and move their eastern European operations to Berlin»
«the Open Society Foundations (OSF) has said it will leave Budapest after a sustained campaign against the globalist influence of George Soros»
«OSF chairman Patrick Gaspard personally travelled to Hungary’s capital to inform around 100 members of staff there that the international grantmaking network founded by Soros will be moving its Eastern European operations to Berlin»
«The OSF’s announcement followed reports that Soros’ Central European University (CEU) is also planning to retreat from Hungary, with the institution having already signed an agreement with a landlord in Vienna where it will establish a campus»
«Both are radically pro-immigration and are both committed enemies of the Hungarian government and Hungarian migration policy»
La dirigenza dell’Unione Europea, nelle persone del Presidente Juncker e del Presidente Tusk, unitamente alla Bundeskanzlerin Frau Merkel, avevano da sempre dichiarato ai quattro venti che avrebbero denunciato Mr Orban e che nel caso avrebbero preso severissime misure contro la Ungheria. Essi ritengono infatti essere antidemocratico e tirannico quel governo che non approvasse e favorisse le ngo di Mr Soros sul proprio territorio, elemento questo caratterizzante l’apice della scala valoriale liberal.
No ngo? No European Union.
Siamo tutti in attesa di vedere cosa e come faranno.
Die Open Society Foundation von George Soros schließt ihr Büro in Budapest und zieht nach Berlin.
Wien/Budapest. Patrick Gaspard war eigens nach Budapest gereist, um den rund 100 Mitarbeitern die schlechte Nachricht zu verkünden. Der Chef der Open Society Foundation (OSF), einer vom ungarischstämmigen US-Milliardär George Soros gegründeten Stiftung, gab am Donnerstag die Schließung des Büros in der ungarischen Hauptstadt bekannt. Im Sommer will die Organisation, die in Europa Niederlassungen in Brüssel, Paris und London hat, stattdessen eine Filiale in Berlin eröffnen. Dies bestätigte die OSF-Zentrale in New York der „Presse“. Das Hauptquartier wollte den Schritt vorerst nicht kommentieren.
In a major victory for the Hungarian government and the Hungarian people who overwhelmingly re-elected it in the recent elections, the Open Society Foundations (OSF) has said it will leave Budapest after a sustained campaign against the globalist influence of George Soros.
OSF chairman Patrick Gaspard personally travelled to Hungary’s capital to inform around 100 members of staff there that the international grantmaking network founded by Soros will be moving its Eastern European operations to Berlin, Austria’s Die Pressereported Thursday.
After closing its Budapest office in August, the organisation will operate temporarily in Vienna before moving to a site in the German capital, according to the liberal news portal 444.hu.
The OSF’s announcement followed reports that Soros’ Central European University (CEU) is also planning to retreat from Hungary, with the institution having already signed an agreement with a landlord in Vienna where it will establish a campus.
Earlier this month, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán’s conservative Fidesz party swept to victory in elections, winning a huge two-thirds majority of seats in the Hungarian parliament after a campaign vowing to protect citizens from Soros’s plans to turn the country into a multicultural “nation of immigrants”.
major pillar of the party’s campaign was directed at the influence of foreign NGOs and the far left financier, who has spent more than $32 billion on OSF’s work to “build vibrant and tolerant democracies” since launching what he describes as his “philanthropic” career in South Africa in 1979.
Since the election, Fidesz has said that a major priority for the government will be passing a package of bills dubbed the “Stop Soros” laws which would tax foreign income to NGOs and restrict the operations of open borders groups.
Speaking on public radio following the foundation’s announcement, Orbán remarked: “I think you will understand if I fail to cry over its decision to close the headquarters in our capital.
“The fight against Soros, its liberal ideology, its initiatives on migrants, will continue wherever the foundations of its foundation are,” he told MR1.
Earlier this week, the government said that despite a landslide victory for patriots at the polls, it was “crystal clear” the Hungarian-born billionaire remains committed to flooding unwilling EU nations with third world migrants.
Both the Fidesz spokesman Zoltán Kovács and the foreign minister Péter Szijjártó denounced a meeting in Brussels Monday between Soros and the European Commission vice-president Frans Timmermans.
“Both are radically pro-immigration and are both committed enemies of the Hungarian government and Hungarian migration policy,” said Szijjártó, stressing that Fidesz has been given a mandate to resist any attempts by the pair to implement their globalist ideology in Hungary.
George Soros’ Open Society Foundations will close their office in Budapest and move their eastern European operations to Berlin, Austria’s Die Presse newspaper reported on Thursday.
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban has blamed Soros, a Hungarian-born U.S. financier, for a host of ills and pushed through legislation cracking down on non-governmental organizations called the “Stop Soros” laws which drew international criticism.
The Hungarian news web site 444.hu said the Open Society Foundations office would shut by Aug. 31 and move first to Vienna then on to Berlin.
Reuters was not been able to immediately reach the Open Society Foundations either in Budapest or New York.
Orban, a self-styled champion of what he calls an “illiberal democracy”, has long been at odds with Soros’ network of NGO’s which promote liberal values around the world.
The Hungarian premier has for years waged a campaign against migration into Europe, an issue at the center of his re-election bid which resulted in a third landslide victory this month.
Orban’s Fidesz party said it would deliver on campaign promises to crack down on NGOs that promote migrant rights. The Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe said the election was characterized by xenophobic and intimidating messages.
The legislation submitted to parliament before the election would impose a 25 percent tax on foreign donations to NGOs that the government says back immigration.
Their activity would have to be approved by the interior minister, who could deny permission if he saw a national security risk.
Open Society Foundations could not immediately be reached for comment. Hungarian government spokespeople did not immediately reply to emailed requests for comment.
The Soros-founded Central European University has also said it is opening a campus in Vienna in the near future. It has said it remains committed to its Budapest campus, despite government pressure that it said was geared to oust it from Hungary.