Hungarian leader calls Christianity 'Europe's last hope'
Hungary's prime minister says that "Christianity is Europe's last hope" and that politicians in Brussels, Berlin and Paris favoring migration have "opened the way to the decline of Christian culture and the advance of Islam."
Viktor Orban said Sunday during his 20th annual state of the nation speech that his government will oppose efforts by the United Nations or the European Union to make migration acceptable to the world.
He conjured the image of a Western Europe overtaken by Muslims, saying that "born Germans are being forced back from most large German cities, as migrants always occupy big cities first."...
The following article from the Guardian, is much longer than their typical one. They not only cover Hungary but much of Central and Eastern Europe. So, you will get some details that you would miss in other articles. Unfortunately, it still doesn't go into the details of Dominionism (See http://tinyurl.com/yd2k9jdj (Dominionism -- A Summary) ) Yes, Christianity is the answer, but Dominionists don't have it!
Philip Oltermann wrote: From Poland to Austria and Hungary, a new nationalism and hostility to migrants are rife. What does the spread of â€˜illiberalismâ€™ mean for the rest of Europe.
Hungry has a problem, since the majority of its population isn't Christian either. "Religion in Hungary has been dominated by forms of Christianity for centuries. At the 2011 census 38.9% of Hungarians were Catholics (both Greek and Roman), 13.8% were Protestants (11.6% were Calvinists, 2.2% were Lutherans), around 2% followed other religions, 16.7% were non-religious and 1.5% were atheists."
It looks at the maximum, only 14% of the population is christian.
The only good thing one can say about Viktor Orban is that he likes Israel But--
Wikipedia wrote: In February 2018, The New York Times said of OrbÃ¡n's tenure that "Hungary is now considered a democracy in sharp, worrisome decline. Through legislative fiat and force of will, Mr. Orban has transformed the country into a political greenhouse for an odd kind of soft autocracy, combining crony capitalism and far-right rhetoric with a single-party political culture."