Ms. Morvai wants Kinga Goncz removed from her position

Tuesday, September 15, 2009

In an address to Jerzy Buzek in the EU Parliament, Krisztina Morvai called upon the President to help removing Kinga Goncz from the position of vice-chairwoman of the Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs.

Kinga Goncz was the Minister of Foreign Affairs in the Gyurcsany government that ordered the police force, in 2006, to shoot at innocent people celebrating the anniversary of the 1956 Hungarian Revolution. The police crackdown was unprecedented both in terms of brutality and viciousness; it was the kind of crackdown, we got used to seeing in Burma and other third world dictatorships. Take a look at the images here.

As a Minister of Foreign Affairs, Kinga Goncz was a co-conspirator in the crime committed by the psychopathic Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany and his accomplices in 2006.

It is indeed a shame that with a background like this, Kinga Goncz can occupy an important position in the Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs.  Kinga Goncz is an embarrassment for the European Union.

After the speech, Kinga Goncz slandered Ms. Morvai calling her a representative of a Fascist party and the innocent demonstrators fascists—the usual unimaginative mantra, we got used to hearing from politicians lacking intellectual clout to argue intelligently. Ms. Morvai rejected the accusations.

If you ask a Hungarian what he or she can recall about Kinga Goncz, as a member of the government, you probably get an answer like she was unkempt.

In truth, she was the prototypical flunky, the obedient servant without the tiniest traces of charisma, whatsoever. It wouldn't be too far fetched to say that she was appointed into the position of foreign affairs just because the constitution requires the position to be filled. She served her bosses well that's for sure. As a reword, she got appointed into the EU Parliament by her psychopathic and megalomaniac boss, the ex-prime minister Ferenc Gyurcsany that still pulls the marionette strings from the background.

During her tenure as a Minister of Foreign Affairs, she was the quintessential inaction effectively denigrating the position of foreign affairs into the level of pretension.

There are thousands of pictures and video footage showing police brutality during the 2006 celebrations and when she was reminded of the atrocities, the only answer she could come up with “fascists”. Congratulations, what an intellectual achievement.

Understandably, no Hungarian MEP stood up to defend Kinga Goncz. Then the leader of the Party of European Socialists, Martin Schulz rose and argued with the exact same intellectual vigor, as Ms. Goncz. Jobbik was fascist said Mr. Schulz. I am impressed with the sophistication of his argument. According to Wikipedia, Mr. Schulz is a bookseller; probably, he read too many books on fascism that's why he is so good in ghostbusting, I mean fascist ghostbusting.

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