‘Freedom House’ Not Free Of Soros Gold – But We Weren’t Told!


  • All through last week, the media reverberated to the vicious slurs against Hungary, emanating from ‘Freedom House,’ an organisation we once respected.
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For my part, I was shocked, because the realities of the Hungarian situation in no way match the FH yarn about the country.

There’s nothing undemocratic about a land where elections are held, the opposition contests them vigorously…

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…and the government wins fairly, not least because  it looks after its own people despite supranational bullying on behalf of illegal immigrants!

So how come Freedom House turned on Hungary?

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Now we know what the rotten media deliberately covered up!

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They certainly knew but wouldn’t say it out loud.

It’s not Hungary’s shortcomings that need to be exposed, but the funding of Freedom House!

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They’re on the take from Sauron!

A big thank-you to Zoltan Kovacs, Hungary’s secretary of state for international communication and relations, who has revealed via Twitter…

…that Freedom House “was once known as a bipartisan human rights organization. With their [George] Soros funding they’ve declined, becoming the fist of the party that is the Soros network.

Anyone who doesn’t conform to their liberal view, gets downgraded.”

https://hungarytoday.hu/orban-govt-rejects-soros-financed-freedom-house-claims-that-hungary-no-longer-democracy/

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As some of us have said recently, any ‘NGO’ that starts playing politics should be given a media platform only once they have owned up to being in receipt of tainted cash from that lousy left plutocrat.

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PS – while searching the FH website in vain to uncover theit other sources of subsidy, I came across their sniping at Donald Trump, viz.

In 2017, however, the Trump administration made explicit—in both words and actions—its intention to cast off principles that have guided U.S. policy and formed the basis for American leadership over the past seven decades.

President Trump’s “America First” slogan, originally coined by isolationists seeking to block U.S. involvement in the war against fascism, targeted traditional notions of collective global security and mutually beneficial trade….

Even when he chose to acknowledge America’s treaty alliances with fellow democracies, the president spoke of cultural or civilizational ties rather than shared recognition of universal rights…

Oh yeah?
Trump has a point, surely?
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