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Aleksandr Zaharchenko: "Ukraine will never be the same again"

Friday, October 31, 2014

The main reason for this is that too much blood were spilled in the past couple of months - said the leader of Donetsk Republic Aleksandr Zaharchenko.

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The liberal mob celebrates tonight as PM Viktor Orbán announced the withdrawal of the Internet tax legislation

The liberal establishment will throw a party tonight to celebrate the withdrawal of the Internet tax legislation by the government.

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Picture of the day: Waiting for baptism - Erdély

Thursday, October 30, 2014

(Photo: Ábrahám Árpád – erdely.ma)

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Former EU Justice Commissioner responsible for citizenship and fundamental rights Viviane Reding also commented on the Internet tax

Former EU Justice Commissioner responsible for citizenship and fundamental rights Viviane Reding commented on the Internet tax on her twitter page - continues attacking the Orbán government.

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Chinese foreign minister stressed Hungary's bridgehead role in Sino-European cooperation

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Hungary can serve as a bridgehead in Sino-European cooperation said Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi in Beijing after meeting Hungarian Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó on Tuesday.

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Globalist inspired demonstration against the internet tax legislation continued in Budapest on Tuesday

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Socialist party MPs waving the colonial flag in parliament's window during yesterday's demonstration against the tax bill organized by the globalist opposition

Thousands of people gathered in Budapest in several locations Tuesday evening to express their opposition to the internet tax bill. Organized groups tried to hijack the demonstration and turn it into an anti-government revolt as they chanted slogans nothing to do with the internet tax legislation. The liberal shitstream media tried to whip up anti-government sentiments all day long by publishing disinformation about the tax bill.

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Gyurcsany starts signature collection campaign against the internet tax and calls for continued resistance

The head of the nation's most rat-infested party Ferenc Gyurcsany starts a signature collection campaign against the internet tax announced Gyurcsany himself at a press conference on Monday in Budapest.

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The Bank of China (BOC) will open its Central and Eastern European regional center in Budapest

Monday, October 27, 2014

The Bank of China (BOC) will open its Central and Eastern European regional center in Budapest this year said Hungarian Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó after meeting the Chairman of the Bank of China Tian Guoli today in Beijing.

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Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó inaugurates the Kodály library in Beijing


Beijing, October 27 2014 - Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó inaugurates the Kodály library at the Hungarian Cultural Institute in Beijing with Hungarian Ambassador to China Cecília Szilas and the Director of the Hungarian Cultural Institute Szonja Buslig. MTI Photo: Péter Trebitsch

(hungarianambiance.com)

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Foreign intelligence agencies and their local agents try to instigate an uprising in Budapest with the obvious intent to remove the Orbán government

Sunday, October 26, 2014



About ten thousand people demonstrated near the parliament building to express their “outrage” over the internet tax introduced by the government a few days ago. The demonstration has been organized by atlanticist groups and other liberal assets on Facebook. A few dozens of agitated individuals - some of them wearing masks - threw rocks, computer monitors and other objects at the Fidesz headquarters making considerable damage to the building. The video shows some of the actions at the Fidesz headquarters. Please note that those stormed the headquarters displayed the EU flag on the balcony of the building, which says it all.

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Hungarian Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó visits Beijing early next week

At the invitation of Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi Hungarian Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó visits Beijing early next week said the ministry of foreign affairs and foreign trade in a statement issued on Sunday.

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The Speaker of the House László Kövér summed up what most Hungarians think about the European Union

In an exclusive interview with Echo TV on Thursday, the Speaker of the National Assembly László Kövér made several interesting remarks regarding the European Union. He said if the EU wanted to regulate Hungary with dictates it was better to start thinking about slowly pulling out of the organization. Often Brussels think that it can dictate the rules of conduct to member states like it was the case in the Soviet Union said the speaker of the house. If indeed this is the future of the European Union, it is worth thinking about slowly pulling out of the organization. As an example, Kövér recalled the Tavares report that denounced Hungary accusing the national government of violation of human rights and other rules of conduct.

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PM Orbán: Nobody can be prosecuted without evidence in Hungary

Saturday, October 25, 2014

It is the business of US officials who they allow to enter in their country, Hungary can only take note of that said Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán in Brussels on Friday.

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The first "Turan Award" given to wood carver Sándor Nemes

Friday, October 24, 2014

The first "Turan Award" has been given to wood carver Sándor Nemes in an award presentation ceremony at the headquarters of the Hungarian Turan Foundation. Wood carver Sándor Nemes has been honored with the prestigious prize by the board of trustees recognizing his outstanding contribution to Hungarian arts and culture. The artist's works celebrate the country's ancient history including its Turanian past carved in wood says the statement issued by the Hungarian Turan Foundation.

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The colonial empire doesn't tolerete the Hungarian flag even at the National Holiday

Thursday, October 23, 2014



MEP Krisztina Morvai commemorated the 58th anniversary of the Hungarian uprising in her EU parliament address; meanwhile, she denounced EU officials that ordered the confiscation of small paper flags from a group of Hungarian students arrived in the EU parliament at the National Holiday. Now, the question arises on what moral ground can the European Union preach the importance of human rights, freedom of speech, and freedom of expression asked Morvai.

(hungarianambiance.com)

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