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Here we have two videos from ECLJ (European Centre for Law and Justice) director Gregor Puppinck speaking firstly at the Transatlantic Summit, followed secondly by his speech at CPAC, both in Hungary.

Firstly on a topic we have reported on before, but here he is speaking at the recent Transatlantic Summit (a global gathering of those concerned for the future of the human rights movement) in Budapest, on the goings-on that his organisaton has uncovered in the recent past within both the EU and the UN.

(13 minutes)


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Grégor also spoke at the recent CPAC meeting about the threat posed by the modern drive to promote the deconstruction of the traditional family.

"I want to add that family is a reality you cannot “buy”. Family reminds us that the most important things in life are not for sale. It takes virtues rather than money to found a family.

But the destruction of the family doesn’t lead only to the one of the homeland, it also leads to the loss of our true and fundamental freedoms"

"Yes, families are a wall, a bulwark against dictatorship, they are a bastion of liberty. Because it is within families that all heritages survive and are transmitted: education, religion, history, and love"

(8 minutes)


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