This April, the CPAC Hungary will once again be taking place, as announced by the Director-General of the Center for Fundamental Rights in a video shared on his Facebook page on Friday, 12 January.
In the video,
Miklós Szánthó stated that 2022 was a memorable year, marked by a decisive victory for the Hungarian right wing, as they stood for ‘God, the homeland, family, and peace.’
He noted that the first European CPAC, CPAC Hungary, prompted the globalist left to moan even more vociferously than usual, while conservatives worldwide celebrated alongside us, finding reasons to do so.
Continuing, Szánthó highlighted that last year they took it a step further, rallying against the ‘unbridled left’ and asserting that only through the international collaboration of national forces could they overcome it. ‘We rallied the troops and sounded the horns,’ he emphasized.
He went on to state that this year will witness pivotal elections in both Europe and the United States,
facing unprecedented threats. Szánthó underlined that the globalist progression has morphed into a cult aiming to fundamentally shake our civilization, imposing migration and gender frenzy upon us while disregarding the notions of nation, sovereignty, child protection, and peace.
Szánthó stressed that 2024 will be ‘our year,’ anticipating significant developments.
He added that during the Budapest CPAC, they will successfully lead the international revolution of the right with allies arriving from across Europe and, indeed, around the world. Their agenda includes dismantling woke ideologies and draining the swamp to reclaim Brussels and recapture Washington. Regarding the event, he conveyed that it is scheduled for 25–26 April,
with Prime Minister Orbán Viktor invited as the keynote speaker.
The Conservative Political Action Conference is a recurring event that serves as a focal point for conservative voices and ideas. Originating in the United States, CPAC has expanded its reach globally, including the establishment of CPAC Hungary.
CPAC provides a platform for conservative leaders, intellectuals, and activists to share their perspectives, discuss key issues, and strategize for the future. The event typically covers a wide range of topics, including but not limited to, constitutional principles, individual liberties, free-market economics, and the proper role of government.