Co-founder of Hungary’s current government exposes White Genocide in speech
On Sunday the 13th, of September, Zsolt Bayer, a co-founder of the “Fidesz” political party – Hungary’s currently elected political party, has warned of “racial weapons” being used to destroy Europe.
Speaking in Budapest, he told a cheering crowd that “There are all kinds of weapons: traditional, chemical, atomic. And now we see that there are also racial weapons. This is the weapon that they, the invisible hands, have employed against Europe and against the white race,”
“Why has everyone, from everywhere and all at once, decided to start heading towards Europe? Why? Let us declare loudly and level-headedly: this is an artificial, manufactured mass migration.” he said.
“And its goal is the final and irreversible transformation of Europe’s ethnic and religious composition. And for this, they have already produced the necessary ideologies. According to the Harvard professor, the white race must be made to vanish,”
“Our leaders in Brussels want to sell Europe from over our heads and they want to destroy our Europe…Anyone who dares to oppose this automatically becomes a Nazi,”
“But I have some bad news for these criminals, namely for the Austrian chancellor, the French foreign minister, the western journalists, who are liars to their very core and, of course, for the good-for-nothing people behind the Magyar Narancs publication: of the 500 million natives of Europe, 450 million do not want to see any more immigrants. The Hungarian prime minister represents their opinion,”
He is just inches away from calling it White Genocide, probably because he thinks people will still see genocide as violent, despite that not being the case.
Actually, genocide does not have to be violent – according to founder of the genocide conventions, it could be certain government policies which target a group for harm or destruction.
Unfortunately, there are no English subtitles in the Youtube clip, but you can hear the crowd roaring in support!
wow, the crowd chants ‘sig hale’, than starts chanting what he says, perhaps there is a future for Europe afterall. . .