By Timothy Fitzpatrick
April 24, 2019 Anno Domini
The Soviet Trust model of using controlled opposition to trap anti-communists and conservatives is still in use today.
Look no further than Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, who has successfully fooled Western (and Eastern) conservatives into believing that he and a clique of so called Eastern nationalists, including Russian President Vladimir Putin, are genuine conservatives trying to save the world from the globalists and the evil West. It seems Orban’s anti-immigration policy has been the main driver in affirming this carefully crafted ruse.
Unfortunately, Orban and other East Bloc nations’ anti-immigration policies are not about saving Europe and conservatives but about preserving stability within the Soviet Bloc nations as they reform and about pushing more migrants to Western Europe, which is the primary target of the Soviet Kalergi plan of migration destabilization. When Hungary was officially communist, under János Kádár, immigration was greatly restricted, so Orban’s policy on immigration is essentially the same as it was in Red Hungary.
No one seems to be asking how these Soviet Bloc nations with membership in the European Union are able to maintain membership whilst going against E.U. directives like unfettered immigration.
The answer can only be that the Kremlin has cut a deal to keep its satellites free of the migration agenda, thus empowering the satellites while its Western European neighbours disintegrate. That or the European Union has become the victim of nuclear blackmail and has no choice but to let the Kremlin and its satellites do what they like. Of course, the E.U. is full of communist saboteurs, so whatever scenario, it’s not hard to believe.
Soviet analyst Max Moritz writes,
“Orbán’s attacks against Brussels, against George Soros, and certainly against immigration are more than just bombastic spectacle. Hungary, which formed in February 1991 together with Poland and then-Czechoslovakia, the so-called Visegrád Group, is seamlessly pursuing, like its meanwhile three good old socialist brother states (that include Slovakia), an unchanged East Bloc policy, which in the new situation is designed to make sure that these countries only benefit from their membership in the European Union.
“Their (Hungary, Poland, etc.) behaviour during the 2015 so-called “refugee crisis” gave these four countries completely away, as they outright refused (and still refuse) to take any significant numbers of people in. In other words, they do not regard themselves as part of the E.U. or the West at all! Given the fact that this immense wave of migration (that hasn’t stopped even now) represents a clandestine Russian operation aimed at destabilising Western Europe, and Western Europe only, it becomes clear that these unchanged East-bloc countries, based on their fictitious nationalism, won’t allow these people from Africa and Asia in. After all, the migration crisis is designed to hit solely the West! And: They are, under whatever pretext, silently or not so silently leaving the EU, not formally, but factually, moving back into the same East-European communist sphere they came from!,” says Moritz.
Orban is accused of being a communist informant during the 1980s when Hungary was openly communist. It seems the Kremlin set him up in a Soviet Trust model from the beginning—bringing him to fame as a (fake) anti-Communist, which resulted in ensnaring legitimate anti-communists and conservatives and, thereby, controlling legitimate anti-communistm in the country, thus allowing the continuance of the rebranded communist regime.
“…since coming into office in Hungary’s 2010 general elections, he (Orban) has faced frequent accusations both at home and abroad of emulating the authoritarian practices he once opposed.” (Source)
Orban’s role as a fake anti-communist also appears to have helped facilitate the grand deception of the global collapse of communism in the 1990s, with Hungary being part of a carefully laid out plan to conveniently allow the world’s media to have cameras ready to roll as one regime appeared to fall after another, in successive order. Now he is the Prime Minister of the country, whose anxious populace view him as a stooge of Putin and the Kremlin. This is unsurprising, as Orban is surrounded by “former” communist advisors. Some of Orban’s critics see him as using the exact same playbook used by Kádár. Critics also accuse Poland’s Jarosław Kaczyński (pictured above as a crypto-Communist alongside Orban) of using the playbook from Communist Poland, which is similar to Kádár’s. They are similar because they come from the same source, the COMINTERN at the Kremlin.
When it became public in 2015 that Orban was part of the Soviet Trust honeypot, he was called to appear before a parliamentary national security committee—to which he refused, calling it “absurd and ridiculous”.
Orban and Hungary are not the only ones running this fake opposition Soviet Trust. The same could be said for Poland and other “former” Soviet bloc nations also blocking E.U. immigration directives. So, while these Soviet Bloc nations continue to fool Western conservatives and anti-communists alike that Russia and its satellites have reformed to capitalism and conservative values, Western Europe and America continue to cripple under the weight of Soviet destabilization measures like the Kalergi plan and cultural Marxism. Meanwhile, said Soviet Bloc nations continue to draw on European Union coffers. What a swindle!