The Christian civilisation’s cornerstones: family, children, and nation-building
The Hungarian Prime Minister, Viktor Orbán, during his speech in Tusnad, Romania states: on the cultural developement of the Hungarian politics, the emphasis should be on the Judeo-Christian foundations of our civilization, family, children, and nation-building need to be prioritized to enable the nation to preserve its Hungarian spiritual foundations.
“The era is more than just a system because it is shaped by cultural currents, collective beliefs, and social customs” – this was summarized in the statement by the Hungarian Prime Minister, Viktor Orbán, during his speech in Tusnad, Romania, as reported by MTI (Hungarian News Agency).
According to Orbán Viktor’s argument, the Hungarian interest lies in connectivity, networking, and peace in geopolitics, and at the European level, asserting national sovereignty and border protection are necessary.
On the cultural front, the emphasis should be on the Judeo-Christian foundations of our civilization: family, children, and nation-building need to be prioritized to enable the nation to preserve its Hungarian spiritual foundations. A new balance is forming in the international arena, bringing about a new era in Hungary. During his speech in Tusnad, the Hungarian Prime Minister first assessed global and world political processes and defined Europe’s, particularly Hungary’s, foreseeable strategic objectives until 2030.
The country put an end to the turbulent 20 years of post-communism starting in 2010. Viktor Orbán considers the 2011 “Easter Constitution” as the foundation of the Hungarian model, representing the community of Hungarians instead of individual interests. While achievable national goals were highlighted, concerns were raised about the ongoing global power struggle, which remains unresolved – emphasized in the statement.
According to the Prime Minister, Brussels is conducting an LGBTQ campaign while also attempting demographic changes. Orbán’s speech once again emphasized the importance and priority of Hungarian interests, encompassing representing peace, sovereignty struggle against Brussels, border protection, and the defense of Hungarian culture and Christian foundations. He pointed out that issues such as LGBTQ, war, and migration – currently considered valuable in the West – do not need to be portrayed negatively as they already appear unfavorable on their own.
Orbán Viktor’s perspective is that the upcoming years in world politics are about restructuring, which has led us into an era of dangers – as reported by MTI.