The man who thinks Europe has been invaded

In January 2015, four days after the terror attack on the French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo, an estimated 1.5 million people marched through Paris.

Viktor Orban was one of 40 world leaders at their head, standing in solidarity for freedom of expression and against terror.

Different countries drew different conclusions from the Charlie Hebdo murders, and later terror attacks.

Orban was clear from the first moment who to blame. Immigrants.

The troubled family background of the perpetrators, their upbringing in an orphanage, the radicalisation they succumbed to – all these were of no interest to Orban.

This pro-invasion hit piece on Hungary’s Victor Orban brought you by the well heeled apologists of the BBC and George Soros.

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