EU-US Forum Brackets CPAC Hungary with Strong Message for Hungarians: “Demand Change in the European Union”

 The five-figure paid media campaign will include mobile billboards across the city of Budapest

BUDAPEST, Hungary — The EU-US Forum, a nonprofit organization that launched to shine a light on the harmful policies coming out of the EU in order to stop them from spreading to the US, is bracketing CPAC Hungary with a strong message for Hungarians: “Demand change in the European Union.”

The organization is plastering Budapest with a five-figure paid media campaign on Friday, April 26. The buy includes mobile billboards around the city. The ads, which appear in Hungarian and in English, read:

A vélemény legyen szabad!

(Demand Free Speech!)

Üzenje meg az EU-nak, hogy állítsa meg az illegális migrációt

(Stand up for your safety. Tell the EU to stop illegal immigration.)

Követeljünk változást az Európai Unióban!

(Demand change in the European Union!)


  • The EU-US Forum previously launched a $250,000 paid media campaign in Rome, Italy that took aim at the far-left policy agenda of the EU. The ads ran on billboards in train stations, in key Italian newspapers, on social media platforms, and in the sky via airplane in Rome and read:
    • “EU Policies Are Putting Western Civilization at Risk…Le politiche EU stanno mettendo a rischio la Civiltà occidentale”
    • “EU Immigration Policies Are Making You Less Safe…Le politiche EU sull’immigrazione, ti stanno rendendo meno sicuro”
  • The paid media campaign in Italy also coincided with the organization’s inaugural event in Rome with American influencers, policy leaders, and media personalities who joined with European conservative policy leaders for a discussion about the danger of the far-Left policies emerging from the EU and how they can work together to fight back.
  • The EU-US Forum is led by multiple former Trump administration officials. Matt Mowers, former Senior White House Advisor at the U.S. Department of State, serves as the Founding Board Member and Joseph Grogan, former Director of the White House Domestic Policy Council serves as a Senior Advisor.