It’s a showdown which could determine the future of Western civilization.
Since fortifying its borders with fences, Hungary has successfully cut what was once a tide of illegal immigration into a trickle. Of course, because the border fences have been so effective, NGOs which aim to increase migration into Europe oppose them, with one Serbian NGO, the “Belgrade Centre for Protection and Help for Asylum-Seekers,” calling Hungary’s fences a violation of European human-rights agreements.
The European Union is also trying to stop Hungary’s attempt to defend its sovereignty, demanding Orban cease his crackdown on NGOs. The leadership of the European Union is strongly opposed to conservative national governments, recently sanctioning the nationalist government of Poland because of its attempt to remove judges from the communist era.
“He doesn’t think the United States should have any borders,” Vadum said. “Some would say that maybe this is because this benefits his business. Perhaps, I don’t believe that, though. I think that he is doing it for ideological, philosophical reasons. He either thinks it’s the right thing to do or it’s the right way to undermine America, driving worker wages down, expanding the welfare state.”
Soros has been highly involved in funding the legions of immigrant-rights advocates, lawyers and “community organizing” groups which fight any attempts to limit migration into the United States.
He’s also been bankrolling continuous demonstrations designed to prevent law enforcement from deporting illegal immigrants. Soros is also the top funder of a new anti-Trump group with the mission of fighting voter ID laws.