November 2, 2015: Early rounds of Viktor Orban vs George Soros.

November 2, 2015:  Early rounds of Viktor Orban vs George Soros.

?? November 2, 2015: Early rounds of Viktor Orban vs George Soros.

While Orban and others are winning the hearts and minds of Europe, the pro-migration forces are stealthily trying to force Europe to commit to mass migration under the misleading slogan of “non-binding” UN declarations – knowing full well that many international declarations of the past eventually became the basis for international law. (See two links below for examples.)

“His plan treats the protection of national borders as the objective and the refugees as an obstacle,” exclaimed Soros. “Our plan treats the protection of refugees as the objective and national borders as the obstacle.”

In a statement that should motivate any government to reject the UN Migration Compact and its “declarations”, the Open Society Foundation (OSF) website stated, “In Europe, many of our civil society partners are raising their voices demanding a common European approach in line with international human rights commitments.”

The Prime Minister of Hungary answered, “This invasion is driven, on the one hand, by people smugglers, and on the other by those (human rights) activists who support everything that weakens the nation-state,” Mr Orban said.

“This Western mindset and this activist network is perhaps best represented by George Soros.”

Mr Orban accused pro-immigration non-governmental organisations (NGOs) of “drawing a living from the immigration crisis,” singling out those funded by Mr Soros.

* As a cultural war continues to be waged for the heart and soul of Europe, the V4 Report believes a critical battle has arrived involving the UN Migration Pact.

Brussels wanted strict compliance and a united EU front with all member states backing the Compact; however, Viktor Orban once again crashed the party, providing Brussels with a dose of reality.

Austria, Czech Republic, Poland, Bulgaria, Estonia and others have already rejected the pact or have given their intentions to do so soon. Unfortunately, a few government leaders (Croatia and Slovenia) are doing their best to silence the debate with back-door efforts to accept the Compact.

Regardless, this is another defeat for so-called EU solidarity, intercultural dialogue, the Soros Cartels and the vision of France and Germany to remake Europe in their own image.

Few in Central Europe desire to import the cultural wars being waged in the streets of Western Europe.