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“There is no distance too far when conservative forces come together to show their unity and strength,” the Prime Minister said at the CPAC México under the American Conservative Union in Mexico City. In his speech, the minister emphasized that the creation of the international CPAC was really common sense.

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– condemned the Russian aggression by the minister in charge of the Prime Minister’s Office, who referred to the fact that in 1981, when he was born, President Ronald Reagan said at CPAC that “anyone who wants to succeed in greatness must first forget both and only seek the truth, the rest will follow”.

Unbroken wins

According to the minister, while searching for the truth, we must not forget one fundamental element: “we can never forget where we come from, where our roots are, which also means that we must respect our conservative core values.” In his speech, the minister reminded that individual freedom, the rule of law, fiscal responsibility, free markets, Christian heritage and human dignity are conservative core values.

In the heart of Europe, Hungary has a thousand-year history, a rich culture, and the strong reserves that helped the nation survive in the past. This was possible because Hungarians have always been real fighters. Thirty-two years ago, we won our long struggle for freedom against the communists. The Hungarian state has 10 million inhabitants, but we are a nation of 15 million worldwide

– said Gergely Gulyás, who then asked the question: of course there are huge differences between countries and leaders, but why is it that a country as big as Hungary is so important in world politics?

According to him, the answer to this is simple and Hungary has become the hope of the conservative bloc in the free world.

“We have won four elections without interruption since 2010, each with an overwhelming majority. This May, 54 percent of the people voted for us after 12 years of government. If reliable and true information were to spread about my country, it would represent a serious risk for the left-wing and progressive liberals, because others would start to follow our example,” said the minister, who added that, in his opinion, “the mainstream media lies about Hungary all day long.”

Hungary will host CPAC in 2023

According to Gergely Gulyás, despite the accusations, Hungary is a successful country and one million more people have jobs today than a decade ago. he drew attention to the fact that our economic growth has been one of the highest in Europe for years and to many economic results, which, according to him, clearly showed the difference, the gap between ideology and reality.

We have a unique 9 percent corporate tax, flat rate tax, and 15 percent personal income tax. Hungary spends 5 percent of its GDP on family support. Compared to 2010, it has tripled and is the highest rate in the European Union. Of course, it is forbidden to write about such numbers in the media, it must be kept secret, but our results speak for themselves

– said the minister, who went on to say that, despite the attacks, mainstream liberals still think that progressive liberalism was once the 19th century. In the 19th century, he still did a lot for freedom, but today he has become the greatest enemy of freedom, a wheelbarrow. According to Gergely Gulyás, today the Hungarian conservative political community and its leaders were able to show their clear stand for freedom and democracy better than anyone else – while progressive liberalism talks about political correctness.

Today, in the free world, everyone talks about the importance of these values, but meanwhile they spend their whole lives denying them, the minister said.

Aki concluded his speech by also announcing that CPAC 2023 will be organized by Hungary.

(Cover photo: Gergely Gulyás. Photo: Péter Papajcsik / Index)