“The key to the Hungarian success: we tell the truth and represent the truth even if half the world attacks us for it. You cannot win halfheartedly. You either give everything you’ve got or play it safe and lose.” —Viktor Orbán
Since today progressivism is the mainstream and the cultural establishment is monopolized by the Left, being a conservative is currently a rebellious position. The political revolution is coming from the Right.
The common good is superior to the sum of individual goods; the nation is above the lobby; and truth, good, and beauty are those eternal values that, together with human dignity, represent the triumph of faith and reason.
A misinformed ideal of humanitarianism has American and European ruling parties recklessly pushing open borders without considering the costs or long-term consequences—not just for the host country but also for the mass influx of immigrants.
Gone is the bombast of economic progress as a good in itself. It seems much of the Right has finally recovered from the hangover of an era in which it was necessary to evidence the superiority of Western capitalism over eastern Bolshevism.
For the first time in its nearly half-century-long history, the conference will hold an affiliated event in the Hungarian capital to underscore the continued formation of multinational anti-globalist front and to strengthen ties among right-wing forces.