Washington Post Laments Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban Likely to Win Reelection Tommorow

Posted originally on the conservative tree house on April 2, 2022 | sundance 

The Washington Post, aka the U.S. intelligence community, is lamenting the likelihood that Hungarian nationalist Viktor Orban is likely to win reelection tomorrow despite the efforts of the multinational corporations and globalists in western politics trying to defeat him.

According to the public relations stenographers for the U.S. intelligence community, Orban retains a great deal of support from the working class in Hungary, despite the influence campaign the western alliance has been waging to support his political opposition.  The framework from the Washington Post indicates just how tentacled the U.S. government is in meddling in the affairs of our allies.

According to the CIA publication: “He has angered his neighbors and triggered harsh blowback from Ukrainian leaders for what they see as a wishy-washy reaction to the war. Yet by portraying himself domestically as a steady hand navigating between larger world powers, he has gained ground on the political opposition in Hungary and increased his odds of winning a fourth consecutive term as prime minister in a parliamentary election Sunday.

The WaPo notes the job of the global intelligence community and the western manipulators within the NATO alliance become more complicated with Orban likely to continue advocating for the best interests of his country.  This makes it more challenging for “the European Union, which is trying to maintain a hard line against Moscow — from all 27 members of the bloc — while also pressing Hungary on rule-of-law issues and democratic backsliding.”  Orban, an economic nationalist, represents another roadblock in the western effort to create new “democratic norms” through a one world order model of government.

(CIA Continues) – […] Specifically on Russia, Orban has criticized the invasion as an aggression and backed the E.U. in much of its response. But the country has opposed sanctions on energy supplies, and it hasn’t provided military aid to Ukraine.

All the while, Orban has signaled a warm welcome to 500,000 Ukrainians fleeing war — a reversal from his stance during an earlier migration crisis, when Hungary built a wall in response to people fleeing conflict in the Middle East and Africa. (read more)

Because, of course, no one can tell the difference from a marching horde of economic migrants from the Middle East, versus the compassionate position to accept conflict refugees from neighboring Ukraine.

Hungarian riot police officers stand in front of migrants at a collection point at Roszke village at the Hungarian-Serbian border on September 9, 2015. Some 400-500 migrants on Wednesday broke through police lines in Hungary near the main crossing point from Serbia, AFP reporters at the scene said. AFP PHOTO / ATTILA KISBENEDEK

On these nuanced issues, the intelligence community wishes to push a specific globalist and multicultural narrative, and those voices who would look at refugees from a commonsense perspective are, well, Putin apologists or something.  So sayeth the U.S. State Dept and their Big Tech overlords who collaborate with the intelligence community in the ideological quest to create the New World Order.

[…] the E.U. faces a major decision on whether to withhold billions in funding from Hungary as well as Poland for rule-of-law violations.

Heather Grabbe, director of the Open Society European Policy Institute, said there is a “huge danger in trading off the short-term unity of the war against the long-term unity of the E.U. as a community of law with integrity.”

[…] Last week, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky applied some pressure on Hungary as well, name-checking every E.U. member — mostly applauding their support — before stopping to speak directly to Orban.

Listen, Viktor, do you know what’s going on in Mariupol?” Zelensky said.

He mentioned visiting Budapest and seeing a memorial — depicting shoes left along the Danube riverbank — dedicated to Hungarian Jews who were shot at the water’s edge.

“Please, if you can, go to your waterfront,” Zelensky continued. “Look at those shoes. And you will see how mass killings can happen again in today’s world. … And you hesitate whether to impose sanctions or not?” (more)

Notice that sentence I highlighted above?

Notice how there’s no source attribution for the quote from Zelenskyy, a journalistic standard.  How did the Washington Post know he said those exact words.  ANSWER – the article was published in the Washington Post, but written by the U.S. Intelligence Community, who were listening in.  They slipped a little.  Every once in a while those little slips sneak through.

How was the U.S. intelligence community listening to those calls?  Occam’s Razor, Zelenskyy is an active operator for them, under their control.  There is evidence of this coming out now.

More on that later.

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