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Coronavirus: Hungarian leader uses pandemic as excuse to become DICTATOR

Dictator: will Boris Johnson follow Victor Orban’s example and try to use the coronavirus to seize dictatorial power? He’s already got the hand gestures well-practised.

This is shocking:

If Boris Johnson is watching from his sickbed, how long do you think it will take him to try the same thing in the UK?

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After the fake Labour anti-Semitism row, Theresa May whips her MPs to support GENUINE anti-Semites

Chums: Theresa May and Viktor Orban are both racists.

The hypocrisy of this is astounding.

Theresa May’s MEPs voted to protect Viktor Orban’s anti-Semitic far-right Hungarian government from sanctions in the European Parliament yesterday in an astonishing display of hypocrisy only hours after the UK’s prime minister made a vicious – and false – verbal attack on Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn for alleged anti-Semitism.

And have we heard any protests from the people and organisations who have been screaming at Mr Corbyn and Labour for the last two years?

No. Not one word.

That’s nothing from the Campaign Against Antisemitism, that claims to attack anyone who voices support for anti-Semitic views but has focused all its attention on Labour.

Nothing from former Chief Rabbi Jonathan Sacks.

Where are these hypocrites?

Mr Orban’s government has been accused of violating press freedoms, undermining judicial independence and waging a state-backed antisemitic campaign against Jewish businessman George Soros. It is also subject to allegations of corruption relating to the alleged misspending EU funds by Mr Orban’s friends and family, while the prime minister himself has described refugees as “Muslim invaders” and been accused of being deeply Islamophobic.

Politicians from across the EU voted by a two-thirds majority 448-197 to trigger ‘Article 7′ sanctions against Hungary for violations of the rule of law.

Theresa May, who was happy to quote Chuka Umunna’s lies about racism and anti-Semitism at Jeremy Corbyn during Prime Minister’s Questions yesterday (September 13), had nothing to say about her own MEPs’ decision to support racism, Islamophobia and anti-Semitism.

Fortunately, others were more forthcoming – and they are representatives of, and supporters of, the party that has borne the brunt of so many false accusations:

https://twitter.com/JamesSorah/status/1039546970002661376

I hope everyone can understand what this means – not only about Hungary but about who, in the United Kingdom, are the real racists.

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Boris Johnson demonstrates that the ‘anti-Semitism’ crusaders had us looking in the wrong direction

Viktor Orban: Anti-Semite?

Until today, most of us probably knew little about Hungarian affairs – This Writer included – so I’ll hand you over to the Washington Post:

Viktor Orban, Hungary’s staunchly anti-migrant prime minister, was reelected Sunday after his right-wing Fidesz party was projected to win a supermajority of seats in parliament.

The central figure in Orban’s anti-migrant tirades has been George Soros, the Hungarian-born American billionaire and liberal philanthropist who has funded Budapest’s Central European University and many of the nongovernmental organizations the current prime minister seeks to close.

But the language Orban has used throughout this year’s campaign has gone far beyond the specific influence of Soros. His rhetoric has repeated word-for-word the anti-Jewish cliches that were once a mainstay of European political life in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

“We are fighting an enemy that is different from us,” he said in a March campaign speech in Budapest. “Not open but hiding; not straightforward but crafty; not honest but base; does not believe in working but speculates with money; does not have its own homeland but feels it owns the whole world.”

An anti-Semite, in charge of a European country?

Some dispute the claim, as this dialogue shows:

But the facts seem clear enough.

In that case, why did Boris Johnson not only congratulate this anti-Semite, but state that he looks forward to developing a “close partnership” with him?

UK-based commentators were quick to realise what Mr Johnson has done:-

https://twitter.com/MutazElnour/status/983321965258780672

But does the general public understand? What chance do they have, with people like Benjamin Netanyahu muddying the waters?

This could be an opportunity, of course. You can always tell a person’s views from their choice of friends, and Messrs Netanyahu and Johnson have made theirs explicitly clear.

It would also explain why certain organisations that are perhaps too keen on Israel’s current government and leader have been keen to point the finger of accusation at Jeremy Corbyn and the UK’s Labour Party when it comes to anti-Semitism, rather than the Conservatives – who have a much more serious problem with it, extending into their cabinet, it appears.

Tom Clark, of Another Angry Voice, makes a highly pertinent point:

That’s the fact of the matter, isn’t it?

It is the reason Tory anti-Semites are allowed to exercise their prejudice – and the reason Mr Johnson has been so enthusiastic towards Mr Orban, it seems.


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