The Ferenc Liszt Prize-winning singer Zsuzsa Koncz also reacted to Viktor Orbán’s racially mixed speech in Tusványos. According to him, the Western world is a guide and standard in many situations.
I don’t think that in the European Union of 500 million, Hungary with 9 and a half million will say goodbye and save Western Europe. These are such loud and eye-catching statements, I realize, but – at least – they have no reality
– said the singer on Spirit FM’s Aktuál program.
He says that it cannot be categorically stated that humanity, as a human species, cannot live side by side. He thinks that Viktor Orbán’s statements seem to want to express something like that someone has an advantage in some way.
I would never make such statements, that’s for sure, and I can’t even agree with them
The singer started in the early 90s Take action against hate in relation to the movement called: they lived the idea that all people are born equal, equal and free, regardless of their gender, skin color, or religion. He added: he is not present in the public media, he is not even invited to an interview – he reported Blink.
(Cover photo: Zsuzsa Koncz on March 11, 2017. Photo: Zoltán Balogh / MTI)