Israel’s foreign secretary has effectively withdrawn its criticism of Hungary for calling out US billionaire and international villain George Soros in what appears to be a ‘damage limitation’ exercise prior to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s visit to Budapest.
Soros, an 86-year-old Hungarian-born Jew, has been singled out by Hungarian Prime Minster Viktor Orbán (among other Eastern European leaders and on an International Arrest Warrant issued by Russia) as the biggest investor in the invasion of Europe by millions of Muslims and Sub-Saharan Africans to destabilise the continent and break down her nation states.
Responding to billboards endorsed by the Hungarian premiere bearing the slogan ‘Ne hagyjuk, holy Soros nevessen a végén’ (Let’s not give George Soros the last laugh), the Israeli ambassador to Hungary invoked WW2 during which Britain led the European resistance against Nazi Germany to save the lives of millions of Jews.
He said the criticism of Soros “evokes sad memories but also sows hatred and fear”.
A curious statement, not least because Soros is on video [8:10 minutes in] recalling with indifference his collaboration with the Nazis while confiscating the property of fellow Jews in Hungary.
Nevertheless, that’s never stopped him from calling any and every critics of his a ‘nazi’.
But just hours after the release of the ambassador’s statement a “clarification” was issued by the Israeli foreign ministry reading:
“In no way was the statement (by the ambassador) meant to delegitimize criticism of George Soros, who continuously undermines Israel’s democratically elected governments.”
So I guess Hungary and Israel are in the same boat.
Well, they will be when Israel is forced to take in even just a single Muslim or Sub-Saharan African ‘refugee’.
So George, are you going to continue your usual practise of name-calling with Israel?