A child's coffin with the inscription "The Future of Hungarian Youth" was brought to Orban's house. Photo
A child's coffin with the inscription 'The Future of Hungarian Youth' was placed outside the private home of Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban in the town of Felczut. The action was organised by activist and lawyer Zoltan Keresten.
He posted this on his Facebook page. The activist noted that at the funeral of Prime Minister Imre Nagy in 1989, Orban said: "By linking Hungary's fate to Soviet Russia until 1990, the communists took away and squandered the future of Hungarian youth."
"The young man who spoke there has now become prime minister, and he is now doing the same thing as his despotic predecessors: he has linked Hungary's fate to a Putinist state of the Soviet-Russian type or even to the Communist Party of China," added Zoltan Keresten.
He stressed that this is why Hungary is facing an economic crisis and the political elite is "getting fatter every day". The activist also complained about poor healthcare and education in the country.
In a commentary to the Hungarian media, Zoltan Keresten noted that the police quickly arrived at the scene and searched his car. The activist said that since he refused to carry the coffin to the police, a case of abuse of the right to assembly would be opened against him.
In early June, Orban said that a counter-offensive by the Ukrainian army could not be allowed. At the time, he was very "concerned" that Ukraine might suffer losses: Orban said that a Ukrainian counter-offensive would allegedly be a "bloody massacre" and stressed that "the attacking side will suffer more losses than the defending side".
Before that, "Putin's friend" also made a statement that Ukrainians cannot win on the battlefield. According to him, Ukraine's military operations are doomed, and further assistance will allegedly only lead to more casualties.
At the same time, according to Orban, "it doesn't matter who invaded whom".
As OBOZREVATEL previously reported, Orban said that he did not consider Russian President Vladimir Putin a war criminal, and he also called the arrest warrant for the Russian dictator issued by the International Criminal Court "inappropriate". At the same time, the head of the Hungarian government has made a number of scandalous statements about Ukraine and Russian aggression.