Viktor Orban, the prime minister of Hungary, has other ideas. In the place of such strife, he and his colleagues in Fidesz, the governing party, have over the past nine years sought to align the executive, legislative and judicial powers of the state. Those branches now buttress each other and Fidesz—sometimes unobtrusively, sometimes blatantly. Mr Orban refers to the result of these efforts as the “system of national co-operation”. He used to speak more openly of an “illiberal democracy”.
Hey, it’s either Orban’s Fidesz or Jobbik…
And he’s really only doing what progs have done throughout the West since WWII, whenever they’ve had power, what with their ‘long march through the institutions’; he’s just doing it a bit faster now… 😉
The ends really do justify the means when national survival itself truly is at stake.
As is the case throughout the West, now.