Prime Minister Viktor Orbán of Hungary is returning to power and pushing forward a pro-Christian, anti-globalist agenda.
In April, Hungarian voters re-elected the Populist leader to a third consecutive term. Campaigning on a "Hungary first" platform, the prime minister has pledged to protect the country against Islamization.
He refuses to allow Muslim migrants from the Middle East to resettle in Hungary, a stance that has angered E.U. leaders in Brussels.
"This is a migratory movement composed of economic migrants, refugees and also, foreign fighters," Orbán says.
In 2015, Western Europe opened its doors to millions of Muslim migrants. Since then, these countries have suffered a wave of terrorism and social strife.
Orbán refuses to follow in their footsteps.
The prime minister has drawn a line between European values, rooted in Christianity, and those of the Islamic world. Orbán warns the two ideologies cannot co-exist, as they're mutually exclusive.
The leader of Hungary is calling Europeans to fight to recover their sovereignty and to resist de-Christianization.