The new government in Berlin would have a left pro-immigration and pro-gender agenda. “Central Europeans understood her, she understood us,” Orban recalls of the outgoing German Chancellor Angela Merkel. “The loyal and disciplined Germans and the rebellious Hungarians stood together behind the goal of creating a Europe in which all nations can feel at home,” said Orban. The wave of migrants in 2015 showed many Hungarians that their home country is essential. While the Germans are on their way to a post-Christian and post-national future.
“Has Angela Merkel opened the door to the problems? Or did she try to stand firm – only to end up being pushed out of the way by forces on the left? ”Orban muses.
If you look at the new, left-wing government in Germany, both answers are possible. One thing is certain, however: “The era of ambiguity and camouflage politics ends with Merkel. We are now preparing for the battle with our eyes wide open, ”Orban writes on his website.