On May 22nd BBC News released a documentary on YouTube titled "The Rise of the Right: Populism in Hungary"
It's the usual; BBC criticizes Hungary for not taking in migrants and belittles them for not allowing said migrants to pass through their country. The old, dried up, cat lady reporter essentially remarks. "ThEy HaD lEsS tHeN 700 lAsT YeAr! WhAt'S tHe PrObLeM?"
All throughout the documentary, Victor Orban is portrayed as a scary dictator.
Europeans are facing a real threat: that Europe will no longer be European.
As they do this spooky portrayal with scary music and dark filters, the BBC shows a certain billboard that promotes family life. (timestamp: 1:23)
Currently, there are many programs in Hungary to promote family life such as tax breaks.
The country has never had such a great government. It brought the country back from a very difficult situation to where it is now.
Western Europe wants to solve their ageing population issue by taking migrants in. Our solution is a strong family policy.
– Kinga Gal
As the conclusion is reached the music shifts into an upbeat tone when it shows the masculine female EU candidate (timestamp 7:56).