Viktor Orban of Hungary: ‘Mixing Islam With Our Culture is Not Good’ (Epic Speech Embedded)

Absolute Truth from the Word of God

Through the years I have written about this courageous man, Viktor Orban, the PM of Hungary.  He understands that the Muslim migration is a death sentence to societies in the west.  He knows this because he understands that Muslims do not assimilate into societies.

He knows that Muslims remain separate from the societies of their host countries. PM Orban made an epic speech years ago in which he beautifully articulated that the people of Hungary are patriots and do not wish for their beloved country to be invaded by a group of people who refuse to assimilate.

Here is the article I wrote in which I embedded Viktor Orban’s speech:

Viktor Oban of Hungary Makes Historic Speech Against Forced Migration: Show This to Your Liberal Friends

This man is a hero. He speaks for every freedom loving person on this planet. He is PM Orban of Hungary. He knows what…

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What to watch in 2019: Russia building dangerous military alliance with Iran, Turkey, Libya and other enemies of Israel as U.S. withdraws from Syria.

Joel C. Rosenberg's Blog

Putin-Rouhani-Ergodan(Jerusalem, Israel) — As 2019 begins, I will be writing a series of columns on leaders, countries and global trend lines to keep a close eye upon.

Chief among them: Russian President Vladmir Putin’s diplomatic and military activity in recent months. Putin is steadily building strategic alliances with Israel’s worst enemies, from the leaders of Iran who long to create a nuclear-armed Persian empire to President Recep Erdogan of Turkey who sees himself as a modern day sultan longing to create a new Ottoman empire.

Note:

  • On November 24, 2017, Putin, Iranian President Rouhani and Erdogan held a summit together in Sochi, Russia.
  • On April 4, 2018, the three met for a summit in Ankara, Turkey.
  • On September 7, 2018, the three met for a summit in Tehran, Iran.
  • On December 28, 2018, it was reported that the Russian, Iranian and Turkish leaders would hold their next summit in Moscow…

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