During his most recent trip to Hungary, Tucker Carlson talked to Viktor Orbán, the Prime Minister of Hungary.
Before this interview, Carlson delivered a speech in which he lambasted David Pressman, the American ambassador to Hungary.
The former Fox News host met with Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán while in Budapest recently when he delivered a statement in which he apologized for the “disgusting” actions of the US Ambassador to Hungary.
When questioned about the U.S. corporate media’s story that Ukraine won its war against the country of Russia, Orbán said, “It’s not simply a misunderstanding, it’s a lie.” He thinks that the Biden regime doesn’t understand Russia and that trying to overthrow the Putin regime could cause a lot of chaos.
“It’s hard to understand the Russians, especially if you live across an ocean from them,” the Hungarian Prime Minister stated.
Orbán pointed out that most political talk in the West is about freedom, while most political talk in Russia is about keeping the country together. The Hungarian Prime Minister is afraid of the US’s geopolitical policy because he thinks it could hurt Hungary, which is close to the conflict between Russia and Ukraine.
“Don’t get the Russians wrong. So they aren’t going to get tired of Putin and kick him out, right?”
He then criticized Vice President Kamala Harris for suggesting that Ukraine could join the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). He said that this was a crazy plan that made things worse.
Instead, the Hungarian leader wants to build a new security system that protects Ukraine’s independence but doesn’t include NATO participation.
Many have conjectured that Orbán may be the target of a future campaign to overthrow his government due to the US Deep State’s vehement anti-Orbán stance and its corporate media extensions.
Carlson proceeded to ask Orbán, “Are you afraid that the United States will crush you?”
Orbán said, “It’s dangerous.” He also said, “I’m not the liberals’ favorite politician, but no one’s perfect.”
The boss of Hungary thinks that his country’s global strategy is easy to understand. He said, “Washington is far away, but Russia and Ukraine are close,” which means that US strategic moves can affect his country instantly.
“My answer is that it’s dangerous. So we shouldn’t forget how important that is. Furthermore, it is dangerous in foreign politics when the United States and this government don’t like you, see you as an enemy, or think you’re going back on your word.”
Orbán stated the following about NATO’s role in the war between Russia and Ukraine:
“This is a bad plan, and we need to stop it. We can’t beat the Russians, and we won’t kill their leader. They won’t give up, and they’ll put more money into it. Boots on the ground are actually what will matter in the end, and the Russians are much stronger.
Author: Scott Dowdy