"I'm a Hungarian nationalist. I love my homeland, love the Hungarians and give primacy to Hungarian interests over those of global capital – Jewish capital, if you like – which wants to devour the entire world, especially Hungary," Oszkar Molnar said in a television interview.
Molnar's comments come as there are reports of a mass Jewish exodus from Israel to Hungary, Haaretz reported.
As proof of his assertion that Israel is plotting to take over Hungary, Molnar claimed to have discovered that the language of instruction in Jerusalem's ( al-Quds') schools is Hungarian, and when asked why, students said they were "learning their future homeland's language."
Molnar's party, Fidesz, has not condemned his remarks saying they "did not violate the party's bylaws."
According to the polls, Fidesz party is expected to take power when elections are held this spring.