Hungary Rejects Eurovision’s LGBTQ+ Obsession

Hungary Rejects Eurovision’s LGBTQ+ Obsession

The Eurovision Song Contest has been an orgy of LGBTQ+ propaganda for years, but it seems that Europe’ most sane country has at last had enough. Hungary has announced that it will not participate in next year’s Eurovision freakfest.

While no official reason has been given for the withdrawal, the move comes amid an increase in resistance to LGBTQ+ triumphalism in Hungary, where the anti-migration prime minister, Viktor Orbán, has launched a “family first” policy aimed at helping traditional families and boosting birth rates.

Earlier this year, the speaker of the Hungarian parliament compared same-sex adoption to paedophilia, while a pro-government television commentator referred to Eurovision as “a homosexual flotilla” and said not participating would benefit the nation’s mental health.

An MP from Orbán’s Fidesz party called for a boycott of Coca-Cola after the brand launched an advertising campaign using photographs of a gay couple, while László Kövér, the speaker of the Hungarian parliament, compared proponents of equal marriage and adoption to paedophiles. “Morally, there is no difference between the behaviour of a paedophile and the behaviour of someone who demands such things,” he said.