‘Europe’s darkest hours’: Soros spokesman bashes Orban’s anti-migration campaign billboards    

A spokesman for George Soros has slammed campaign billboards and television ads from Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s party that feature a picture of the billionaire financier, saying they are “reminiscent of Europe’s darkest hours.”

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Hungary to take down controversial Soros posters www.politico.eu
Government campaign against financier sparked controversy at home and abroad.

Hungary vilifies financier Soros with crude poster campaign - BBC News www.bbc.com
The government spends €19m on posters attacking George Soros but denies it is anti-Semitic.

Hungary's anti-Soros posters recall 'Europe's darkest hours': Soros' spokesman www.reuters.com
An anti-migrant billboard campaign by the Hungarian government that uses the image of U.S. financier George Soros is "reminiscent of Europe's darkest hours", Soros' spokesman said on Tuesday.

Hungary puts face of billionaire George Soros on anti-migrant ad www.independent.co.uk
Hungary’s Government has launched an anti-migrant advertising campaign using the image of US financier George Soros.  Billboards and full-page media adverts have sprung up across the country, with the caption: "Don't let Soros have the last laugh." Some of the billboards have been defaced with graffiti that reads "stinking Jew".