Watch: Mike Pence On The Traditional Family

Written By BlabberBuzz | Saturday, 25 September 2021 16:45

Former Vice President Mike Pence has endorsed the efforts of national conservative governments in Central Europe to reverse demographic drop through pro-family policies over mass migration in Budapest.

Speaking at the 4th Budapest Demographic Summit in Hungary, President Trump’s former running mate was emotional in his appreciation for the country’s prime minister, Viktor Orbán, and other national leaders in attendance for their attempts to rebuild the family, observing that “the leaders of government who are gathered here… know strong families make strong communities, and strong communities make strong nations.”

Pence referenced many pressures facing the West, including the Chinese coronavirus pandemic, the economic ruin which resulted in its wake, and a “crisis of confidence as citizens lose trust in our traditional values, in our traditional institutions, and in leadership” — but all, he proposed, pale in comparison to the “crisis that strikes at the very heart of civilisation itself: the erosion of the nuclear family, marked by declining marriage rates, rising divorce, widespread abortion, and plummeting birth rates.”

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“For our civilisation to prosper, if we’re to pass on the rights and the freedoms and the values that we cherish to the next generation, our highest priority must be to preserve renew and strengthen the families upon which our nations and our civilisation have been built,” stating that the positive results of family support policies in Hungary, in particular, were “proof that with leadership and right policies demographic decline can be reversed.”

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“I believe it’s no coincidence this restoration of the family is taking place in Hungary and in Poland and in countries throughout the region; I think it’s happening here for a reason,” Pence opined.

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“The consensus opinion, we know, of the global elite, for too long has been that the institution of the family is in many ways an anachronism, outdated and even unnecessary,” he lamented, denouncing the left-liberal worldview in which “the family is secondary to the state… the demands of raising and educating children must be met with the ever-growing reach of government, supplanting the role and the primacy of parents and families from cradle to grave.”

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“But the nations of Central and Eastern Europe, so well represented here, have heard these empty utopian promises before,” Pence observed.

“Many here still remember what it was like to live behind the Iron Curtain, to live under the oppressive fist of progressive tyranny, with its unworkable social experiments, and with thought police driving their agenda against the common sense and common values of the people,” he announced, commending the Hungarian “freedom fighters” who challenged Soviet communist domination in 1956.

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Former Vice President Mike Pence has endorsed the efforts of national conservative governments in Central Europe to reverse demographic drop through pro-family policies over mass migration in Budapest.

Pence referenced many pressures facing the West, including the Chinese coronavirus pandemic, the economic ruin which resulted in its wake, and a “crisis of confidence as citizens lose trust in our traditional values, in our traditional institutions, and in leadership” — but all, he proposed, pale in comparison to the “crisis that strikes at the very heart of civilisation itself: the erosion of the nuclear family, marked by declining marriage rates, rising divorce, widespread abortion, and plummeting birth rates.”

“I believe it’s no coincidence this restoration of the family is taking place in Hungary and in Poland and in countries throughout the region; I think it’s happening here for a reason,” Pence opined.

“The consensus opinion, we know, of the global elite, for too long has been that the institution of the family is in many ways an anachronism, outdated and even unnecessary,” he lamented, denouncing the left-liberal worldview in which “the family is secondary to the state… the demands of raising and educating children must be met with the ever-growing reach of government, supplanting the role and the primacy of parents and families from cradle to grave.”

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