“People who love their freedom must save Brussels from Sovietization,” Hungary’s Orban says

Orban, a critic of the European Union and an early opponent of the recent migration wave into the continent, said freedom in Europe depended on the nation state and Christian traditions. “People who love their freedom must save Brussels from Sovietization, from people who want to tell us who we should live with in our countries,” the prime minister said to cheers from a crowd of several thousand. (Reuters)

But he was immediately backed up by the Polish president Andrzej Duda, a guest of honour at the occasion, who vowed to “march together” with his ally against the euro elite.  (Express)

“We cannot allow Europe to cut the roots that made it great and helped us survive the Soviet suppression. There is no free Europe without nation states and thousands of years of wisdom from Christianity,Orban also said. (RT)