The below video comes from Hungarian Public Television Echo TV, and is a discussion involving Lazslo Bogar (middle) and Zsolt Bayer (right).
Bayer is the co-founder of the Fidesz party in Hungary, and Bogar is a well-known Hungarian economist.
Bogar is a complex figure, alternately loved and loathed by various swaths of the Hungarian and European communities. His economic views on globalization and the victimhood of small countries at the hands of the global banking system are alternately esteemed and dismissed as conspiracy theory. Both gentlemen are, like Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, outspoken opponents of Western European ethno-suicidalism.
The video is worth watching for the contrast it provides against the frighteningly tepid and subdued discourses of Western European commentators vis a vis the migrant crisis and multiculturalism. Bogar compares Europe’s imminent destabilization to World Wars One and Two, and speaks to the cosmopolitan multiculturalists desire to “annihilate” the “white man” and bring a modern “Thirty Years War” to Europe.