One knew it was coming: The EPP Party begins attack on Viktor Orban in regards to the Hungarian government’s recent campaign, which accuses Brussels and George Soros of promoting and facilitating immigration.

One knew it was coming: The EPP Party begins attack on Viktor Orban in regards to the Hungarian government’s recent campaign, which accuses Brussels and George Soros of promoting and facilitating immigration.

One knew it was coming: The EPP Party begins attack on Viktor Orban in regards to the Hungarian government’s recent campaign, which accuses Brussels and George Soros of promoting and facilitating immigration.

Commission Vice President Frans Timmermans (a Socialist) even claimed that the EU Commission worked tirelessly “to strengthen European borders”. Obviously, Timmermans and Frontex have a different definition of securing the border, one that attempts to ‘manage migration’ instead of denying entry.

Ultimately, they want to commit the EU to mass migration by seeking to transform illegal migration into legal migration (Malta Summit).

– Jean-Claude Juncker wants to kick Fidesz out of the EPP, adding that Manfred Weber – the lead candidate of the European People’s Party for the upcoming elections – should ask himself whether he really needs Fidesz and “this voice” in his parliamentary group.

– On Twitter, Joseph Daul, President of the European People’s Party said: “I strongly condemn the campaign launched by the Hungarian government in the run up to the EP2019 elections and the defamation of @EU_Commission President, @JunckerEU. The claims made in the campaign are deceitful, misleading and are not based on facts.”

– Manfred Weber, the leader of the EPP, has not yet made an official statement. Yet, he does not need to, considering he shared Joseph Daul’s tweets yesterday evening.

* The V4 Report never bought into the agenda of the EPP or the charlatan from Germany named Manfred Weber. We consider the EPP as Germany’s base in Brussels. We do not believe the EPP represents change, but only seeks to increase the power and scope of Brussels.

The three EPP leaders mentioned above are from Luxembourg, France and Germany. The party also includes the likes of Angela Merkel, Donald Tusk and Andrej Plenkovic.

Meanwhile, across the aisle, Matteo Salvini, the PiS of Poland and others are waiting to welcome Orban with open arms. Inevitably, this will become a reality.

As evidenced by their defense of Juncker and the EU Commission, the EPP is dead weight.

https://hungarytoday.hu/against-lies-theres-not-much-you-c…/