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BUDAPEST (ChurchMilitant.com) - Hungarian government minister András Aradszki is savaging billionaire financier George Soros' alleged designs for Europe.
Speaking before Parliament Monday, Aradszki branded the "Soros Plan" (as his government terms it) "satanic" and declared every Christian has a moral obligation to fight against it.
Aradszki's address, "The Christian duty to fight against the Satan/Soros Plan," was as much theological as it was political, referencing the Three Secrets of Fatima and noting that Satan's final assault against the Church will manifest as an attack on marriage and the family:
We see this with abortion, euthanasia, same-sex marriage and the forced politicization of gender theory. The Soros mercenaries do not cite the Holy Father's thoughts on this. We see the great European attacks against families, in which Soros and his comrades want to destroy the independence and values of nation states for the purpose of watering down the Christian spirit of Europe with the forced settlement of tens of millions of migrants. But the fight against Satan is a Christian duty. Yes, I speak of an attack by Satan, who is also the angel of denial, because they are denying what they are preparing to do — even when it is completely obvious. They frantically try to prove that there is no quota, there is no compulsory settlement and the Soros Plan does not exist.
Aradszki warned that Satan is deceiving the West into embracing homosexuality and gender ideology by promoting a false notion of love and compassion.
"This is a sin against man," he said, adding that "this also makes it a sin against God."
The parliamentarian urged his countrymen to speak out against "Satan's Soros Plan" and to "make our opinions known about what we think of our homeland's thousand-year-old history, our national sovereignty, our freedom and our beloved Europe."
Aradszki's sentiments echoed those of Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, who has long denounced Soros as a malignant influence on European civilization.
Speaking in Romania in July, Orbán warned that Soros and European Union political elite in Brussels are colluding to de-Christianize Europe and transform it into a "mixed, Islamicized" society.
According to the "Soros Plan," he said, migrants are to be brought into the European Union from the Muslim world by the hundreds of thousands annually and "distributed among the countries of Europe as part of a mandatory and permanent mechanism."
Through Soros' Open Society Foundations, the activist financier lavishes billions of dollars on Leftist, non-governmental organizations (NGOs) around the world, promoting abortion, contraception, sterilization and LGBT ideology. Soros has funded anti-government protests in Hungary, Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Macedonia and Romania, attempting to manipulate national policy to suit his desired ends.
Aradszki's parliamentary address suggests he is looking beyond mere politics to prayer to help steer his country through the current age of crisis.
During his remarks, he shared that on October 7, the Feast of Our Lady of the Rosary, he travelled to his home district to take part in a Rosary pilgrimage held in conjunction with a much larger campaign to the north in Poland, where up to a million people flocked to the country's borders to pray the Rosary for the salvation of their country and the whole of Europe.
"[T]ogether with our Polish brothers," Aradszki told his colleagues, "we prayed to the Holy Virgin Mary for Hungary, for Christian Europe and its lack of freedom and for the disappearance of terrorism."
"We did this because — as believed by Popes John Paul and Benedict and other Satan-fighters — the Rosary is the strongest weapon against evil, and it is capable of changing history."
"George Soros," he added, "will also experience this."