I am Hungarian and a Christian, a citizen of the Great Hungarian Plain and a European. I am also a husband and a father, and as a politician I fight for our children to prosper in their homeland, as members of a peaceful and thriving nation.
I am Hungarian, proud to be a citizen of my homeland and proud of its national culture. I consider every aspect of the one thousand years of Hungarian identity to be my heritage: I take strength from our chapters of glory, and strive to learn from our failures. I raise my sons to see role models in those Hungarians who have achieved great things, and to always stand up as patriots for their fellow Hungarians – regardless of whether they live in Hungary, in former Hungarian territories, or anywhere else in the world. For me a nation is more than simply a group of people who happen to speak the same language: each of us bears responsibility for all the members of our nation. We belong together.