Hungary’s Powerful Stand Against the European Union’s Sexual Agenda for Children

The left-wing European Union is attempting to strip Hungarian mothers and fathers of their parental rights by falsely accusing the Hungarian government of adopting discriminatory and homophobic laws, in a bid to drum up support for their Marxist cause.

Children are not merely under attack in schools, but they face an insidious sexual threat that is plaguing our society. With governments increasingly pushing sexual education onto children, concerned citizens around the world are understandably up in arms. The situation has reached a boiling point in Hungary with the passing of the “Child Protection Law.” This law has led to a legal case against Hungary, with more than a dozen left-wing European Union countries joining the fight to protest the passage of this law to protect children from the state sexualizing them. The battle lines have been drawn, and the fate of millions of innocent children hangs in the balance.

The European Commission, the governing body that brought forth the legal proceedings, has said that the Hungarian law “violates EU law, fundamental rights, and EU values.” Countries controlled by hard-left governments, including France, Germany, Austria, Belgium, Finland, Spain, and Sweden, are joining the case against Hungary.

The left-wing-controlled countries are fighting to strip Hungarian parents of their rights while falsely accusing the Hungarian government of adopting discriminatory, homophobic laws. The new law enacted various anti-child abuse and anti-pedophile measures, including a ban on institutions promoting transgenderism and homosexuality to children under 18 years of age.

Critics argue that the law will restrict the rights of the LGBTQ community and violate their freedom of expression. However, supporters argue that the law is designed to protect the rights of parents and their children. Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán’s government has emphasized that education in schools must not conflict with the will of parents and that they have the right to decide how issues of sexuality are discussed with their children.

Last year the Prime Minister released a statement reiterating the bill’s objectives, “education in schools must not conflict with the will of parents; it must at most be supplementary, its form and content must be clearly defined, and it must be subject to parental consent.” Furthermore, “parents also rightly expect that on platforms used by our children, pornography, sexuality for its own sake, homosexuality and gender reassignment programs should not be available.”

PM Orbán was clear that no one in Hungary will ever dictate how adults choose to live their lives, “the Hungarian law does not apply to the lives, sexual identity or practices of adults over the age of 18 — nor to how adults wish to express or present themselves publicly.” Furthermore, “a free adult should not have to give an account of his life in front of any secular authority — only before God when the time comes.”