In July, the Hungarian government launched a media campaign on national TV, accusing Hungarian-born billionaire financier and investor George Soros of involvement in the increasing flow of migrants to Europe.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) – Responding to a national survey, organized by the country’s officials, George Soros said that Budapest had launched a massive media campaign against him to create an “outside enemy” to distract citizens from the poor condition of “Hungary’s health care and education systems.”
“The government selected George Soros for this purpose, launching a massive anti-Soros media campaign costing tens of millions of euros in taxpayer money, stoking anti-Muslim sentiment, and employing anti-Semitic tropes reminiscent of the 1930s.”
In October, Hungarian officials conducted a “national consultation” among the country’s eligible voters, providing seven points of the so-called Soros plan on migrants and refugees with expanded explanations, asking whether or not the voters agreed with them…
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