A Hungarian member of the parliament has called on Christians to resist the plans of billionaire financier George Soros to "dilute the Christian spirit of Europe" by forcing countries to accept millions of migrants.
Speaking before Parliament Monday, Andras Aradszki, who represents the Christian Democratic People's Party (KDNP), declared that every Christian has a moral obligation to fight against what he calls the Satanic "Soros plan."
"We see attacks against the great European family, when Soros and his comrades want to destroy the independence, autonomy, and values of the nation, and diluting the Christian spirit of Europe with the forced resettlement of tens of millions of foreign migrants," Aradszki said, as reported by Breitbart News.
"But the fight against Satan is a Christian duty. Yes, I speak of an attack by Satan, who is also the angel of denial, because they are denying what they are preparing to do — even when it is completely obvious," he continued.
The parliamentarian also warned about efforts to promote abortion, same-sex marriage, as well as the propagation of politicized gender theory in the continent.
Aradszki noted in his speech that he recently took part in the rosary pilgrimage in his district, held in conjunction with a much larger prayer rally in Poland, where up to a million people flocked to the country's borders to pray the Rosary for the salvation of their country and the whole of Europe.
According to Breitbart, Soros has indicated plans to flood Europe with a million migrants a year in an opinion piece published on September 2015 titled "George Soros: Here's My Plan to Solve the Asylum Chaos."
In the article, the billionaire reportedly stated that "the EU has to accept at least a million asylum seekers annually for the foreseeable future."
Leaked documents have also suggested that Soros has been using his Open Society Foundations in an attempt to turn Catholic Ireland into a pro-abortion country.
The Catholic news website Church Militant noted that the Hungarian-born billionaire has also funded anti-government protests in Hungary, Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Macedonia and Romania, in an effort to manipulate national policy in his favor.
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban has also repeatedly accused Soros of fueling the refugee crisis in Europe.
"We have revealed the existence of the Soros plan, and the drafter himself admitted that it exists. We have placed it in the focus of politics," the prime minister said in a recent interview on public radio.
The prime minister has noted in July that Soros is now more powerful in Brussels than in Washington or Tel Aviv, and he suggested that European institutions should resist his influence.
He argued that reforming Europe can only begin by stopping illegal immigration and that Hungary's border defenses will help with that effort.
Late last month, Orban urged Hungarians to take part in the government's survey on whether or not the country should accept immigrants. He stressed that participation in the survey will help the country shield itself from migration.