Viktor Orbán said Europe will be lost without Christian culture, and Europe would lose its liberties under liberalism. Without protecting Christian culture, Europe would no longer belong to Europeans. A European is only happy if they can decide about their own fate, that is why Hungary's Fundamental Law acknowledges the nation-preserving role of Christianity.
Talking about the EP elections, he said:
"We have to end the crazy dreams of a United States of Europe."
Orbán said Hungary has stopped the "migrant invasion" at Europe's southern borders, and he wants to see "strong leaders at Europe's helm who take help to where it's needed instead of bringing problems over here." Hungarians want simple things according to Orbán: their own house, a good neighbour, a partner who understands them, and a fruitful job that has purpose.
He ended his speech with his new, Bolsonaro-inspired catchphrase:
"Hungary first, God above all."