This story was originally published by the WND News Center.
The West has been in decline for decades, possibly longer, depending on the metric.
But there's no question crime is surging, up is division between conservatives who long for a traditional America of their memory and extremists who want to make it a pro-abortion, pro-transgender Marxist state, rhetoric more and more is leading to physical violence, the economy, led by Joe Biden, is tanking and more.
So what would help? Who can save it?
President Donald Trump, according to Prime Minister Viktor Orban of Hungary, is the leader of one of the more conservative, Christian nations around the globe today.
In a recent interview with Tucker Carlson, Orban argued that Donald Trump is the man who can save the Western world and that he "had the greatest foreign policy he has seen over the past several decades from any United States president," according to a report in the National Pulse.
The report noted, "The endorsement from yet another leading populist-nationalist figure on the world stage is likely to deal a hammer blow to Trump’s presidential contenders, with 'Mr. Brexit' Nigel Farage has offered his support to the 45th president in May."
"You can criticize him for many reasons I understand all the discussions, but you know the best foreign policy of the recent several decades belonged to him. He did not initiate any new war, he treated nicely the North Koreans Russia, and even the Chinese. He delivered the policy which was the best one for [the] Middle East, Abraham Accords: So that was a very good foreign policy," Orban said.
"He’s criticized that he’s not educated enough to understand the world, this into the case… If he had been the president at the moment of the Russian invasion… it would be not possible… So Trump is the man who can save the Western world and probably the human beings in the globe as well,” Orban added.
Orban also warned that the world is on the precipice of a World War III, which likely would be nuclear, because of the clash between Russia and Ukraine which developed when Joe Biden took office.
A blog posting explained his fears, "We are living in a very dangerous moment. So the third world war could be knocking on our door. We have to be very, very careful.”
He added, "If any Western country would send boots on the ground, that would mean a direct war between the West and Russia. And we are in a third world war, immediately. So, it's a very dangerous moment now."