Hungary’s leader sparks outrage over ‘mixed race’ speech
Q: Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orban faced backlash after a speech arguing that Europeans should not “become people’s of mixed race.” But, the far-right politician was still scheduled to speak this week to U.S. conservatives meeting in Dallas. Where is Hungary?
Circle the area on this map
Q: Orban’s comments came during an annual address to members of the Hungarian minority in what country on Hungary’s eastern border?
Q: After Orban’s speech, one of his long-time advisers quit and called the comments “a pure Nazi text worthy of Goebbels” (Germany’s propaganda chief from 1933 to 1945). Hungary and Romania both entered World War II to help invade which nation?
D. Soviet Union
Q: After World War II, Hungary and many of its neighbors became “satellite states” of which nation?
C. Soviet Union
D. United States
Q: Many U.S. conservatives have applauded Orban’s opposition to immigration, homosexual rights and “progressive liberals.” The Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) invited Orban to be a keynote speaker in Dallas after a May CPAC conference in Hungary’s capital ...
Answers for this quiz: Click here