If you’re a dyed-in-the-wool conservative, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban is probably the best world leader currently in office. He’s taken a stand against the perverted preferences and policies of the American Globalist Empire and its anti-tradition bent, has fought for the church and Hungarian sovereignty against the left, and has pursued a sane, realpolitik strategy when the rest of Europe seems to have lost its mind.
In other words, he’s about what you’d want from a leader if you’re a nationalist and Christian. Hence why conservatives from Dreher to Tucker Carlson have traveled to Hungary and popularized Orban. He’s “our guy,” with his policies and decisions serving as a model of rightist leadership.
And now he’s proving himself a model example of how to stand up to the left yet again, this time by taking a hammer to the green energy movement and standing up for sane energy policies in a post on social media, saying that it’s time for Europe to stand up to the “fundamentalist greens” and pursue rational and reasonable energy policies.
He did so on Facebook, posting:
If we want to dig to the bottom of the problems, we always end up in the same place: the question of energy. And the situation is that Europe has run out of energy.
Whatever we have, we have to bring it here from somewhere else because we cannot function without energy, even for innovation, energy is the alpha and omega. Another problem is that the energy that comes to Europe is expensive. Nevertheless, we have to fight the fundamentalist greens and the bureaucrats involved in geopolitical games. They need to be defeated, and this argument is a real battle to not exclude various energy sources – carbon, nuclear, gas – from the possibilities.
Now, for political reasons, Europe is refusing the use of different energy sources, thus we are increasing our own lives and making the situation more difficult for our own industry in the global competition. There are few continents in such a difficult situation as ours, but only our continent makes their own lives this much harder.
What can Hungary do in this situation? First of all, I would like to make it clear that Hungary and the Hungarian government will do what is required by the homeland.
We ain’t gonna have no shortage of energy. This is not a prediction, this is a statement of fact. There will be gas in Hungary and enough electricity.
So Orban is standing by his people and is doing what is in their interest, rather than the interest of the transnational elite and technocrats. Meanwhile, most of the rest of Europe, or at least the non-right wing parties within it, have stayed predictably delusional when it comes to energy policy. Rather than push sane policies that would provide a plethora of cheap and reliable energy for their subjects, those governments are demanding rationing of electricity and cuts to usage of it. Breitbart reported as much, saying:
Many countries have opted to turn off decorative lights as well as reduce the maximum temperature buildings can be heated to, with it being suggested that France could even put the Eiffel Tower under rationing rules that would see its lighting turned off more than an hour earlier than usual.
At the European level, Commission President Ursula von der Leyen has called for “mandatory rationing” in what she suggests would help “flatten the curve” of power usage at peak times.
Who would you rather have your country? The man doing everything possible to ensure your access to energy? Or the bureaucrats demanding you limit usage of electricity as winter approaches?
This story syndicated with permission from Will, Author at Trending Politics
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