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CPAC speakers argue for fighting against woke ideology, illegal immigration, anti-Semitism

Several speakers argued for fighting against woke ideology, anti-Semitism and illegal immigration on the first day of CPAC Hungary, on Thursday.
26. April 2024 6:29

Tom van Grieken, the leader of the Flemish Interest party praised Hungary’s firm steps against illegal immigration, argued in favour of providing help to refugees in their country of origin and urged the deportation of illegal immigrants to their home country. He called Hungary the headquarters of conservative resistance.

Amichai Chikli, Israel’s Minister of Diaspora Affairs praised flourishing Israeli-Hungarian relations, saying that the Hungarian government was one of Israel’s main supporters. Wokeism, he said, was the enemy of family and was a threat to nation states and diversity.

Marek Kuchinski, a representative of Poland’s Law and Justice (PiS) and the former speaker of the Polish Sejm, said the conference had brought together “free and equal countries that want to co-exist freely as equals”.

He said current challenges central Europe faced included a crisis of values, democracy and the rule of law, calling open dialogue and cooperation such as that of the Visegrad group (V4) countries “the most effective defence” against those.

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