Historic speech by Hungarian PM: Shall we be slaves or men set free?

Historic and inspirational speech by Hungarian PM: Shall we be slaves or men set free? by Hungarian PM Victor Orban, the modern Christian Prophet of Europe. He starts by railing against political correctness:

Ladies and Gentlemen, Europe is not free. Because freedom begins with speaking the truth.

Today in Europe it is forbidden to speak the truth. …

It is forbidden to point out that the masses arriving from other civilizations endanger our way of life, our culture, our customs and our Christian traditions. …

It is forbidden to point out that those who arrived earlier have already built up their own new, separate world for themselves, with its own laws and ideals, which is forcing apart the thousand-year-old structure of Europe.

It is forbidden to say that in Brussels they are concocting schemes to transport foreigners here as quickly as possible and to settle them here among us.

It is forbidden to point out that the purpose of settling people here is to reshape the religious and cultural landscape of Europe, and to reengineer its ethnic foundations — thereby eliminating the last barrier to internationalism: the nation-states. …

He identifies the problem:

Mass migration is a slow stream of water persistently eroding the shores. It is masquerading as a humanitarian cause, but its true nature is the occupation of territory. And what is gaining territory for them is losing territory for us. …

The main danger to Europe’s future does not come from those who want to come here, but from Brussels’ fanatical internationalism. …

Then he states what will be done:

We shall not import to Hungary crime, terrorism, homophobia and synagogue-burning anti-Semitism. There shall be no urban districts beyond the reach of the law, there shall be no mass disorder.

No immigrant riots here, and there shall be no gangs hunting down our women and daughters.

We shall not allow others to tell us whom we can let into our home and country, whom we will live alongside, and with whom we will share our country.

We know how these things go. First we allow them to tell us whom we must take in, then they force us to serve foreigners in our own country.

In the end we find ourselves being told to pack up and leave our own land.

Therefore we reject the forced resettlement scheme, and we shall tolerate neither blackmail, nor threats.

hat-tip Stephen Neil