Prime Minister Viktor Orban has blasted the European Union for its attempts to impose the LGBTQ agenda on the central European nation of Hungary.
“The European Parliament and the European Commission want that we let LGBTQ activists and organisations into the kindergartens and schools. Hungary does not want that,” Orban declared on his formal Facebook profile page.
“Here Brussels bureaucrats have no business at all, no matter what they do we will not let LGBTQ activists among our children,” the conservative leader added, describing the threat that the European Union officials pose to the sovereignty of the Hungarian nation.
European Union President Ursula Von Der Leyen, who is nominally a conservative, had called Hungary’s decision to ban exposing young children to LGBTQ material as a “disgrace”. She argued that Hungary should abandon Christian values in the name of tolerance.
“Homosexuality is equated with pornography. This legislation uses the protection of children as an excuse to discriminate against people because of their sexual orientation,” Von Der Leyen stated.
The left was in full agreement with Von Der Leyen.
“That is why the new law in Hungary must be repealed. An offensive and shameful law that goes against human rights,” added Spanish Member of the European Parliament Iraxte Garcia Perez, an avowed socialist.