Hungary’s Leading Minister Viktor Orban provides declared that Hungarians ‘ do not want to become a combined race’ and have no desire for associating with ‘ non-Europeans’.
The far-right leader said multicultural countries in Western Europe, where Europeans and non-Europeans live together, are ‘ no longer nations’.
Orban, 59, defended their vision of an ‘ unmixed Hungarian race’ as he criticised mixing with ‘ non-Europeans’ during a speech within Romania on Saturday.
‘ We move, we work elsewhere, we mix within Europe, ‘ he said at the Baile Tusnad Summer University in Romania’s Transylvania area, home to a large Hungarian community.
‘ But we don’t want to be a mixed race’, the ‘ multi-ethnic’ people who would mix with ‘ non-Europeans’, he said.
During their speech, Orban argued the ‘ West is split in two, ‘ with one half being the nations where Europeans mix along with non-Europeans, the Daily Information Hungary reported. ‘ All those countries are no longer nations, ‘ he added, pointing in order to Western Europe.
The PM added that those countries ‘ continue to battle central Europe to change all of us to be like them’.
‘ Inside a spiritual sense, the Western has moved to central European countries, ‘ Orban added.