OK, let's take a look at the most recent “evidence” against the Magyarok Nyilai terrorist organization that was aired by Hungarian TV stations a couple of days ago.
The first question that comes to mind about this convoluted story is, how is it possible that police let the star witness of this high profile criminal case to reveal his identity and release sensitive information to the public about his involvement in the investigation, before the case goes on trial; in the mean time, authorities withholding “evidence” from lawyers defending members of the "Magyarok Nyilai terrorist organization" by saying that releasing them would jeopardize the ongoing investigation.
Can anyone imagine a scenario like this to happen, let say, in the United States? I cannot picture any situation, where the FBI or any other police force, anywhere in the world, would allow informers holding crucial information to parade in front of cameras, giving interviews about sensitive issues related to information gathering. This would be utterly impossible, in my view, anywhere in the world.
But, this is exactly, what happened in Hungary, a few days ago; a police informer released an earth-shattering information about the criminal activities of the "Magyarok Nyilai terrorist organization", in front of millions of TV viewers. He even bragged about the role he played in the case. During the interview, he remained relaxed and enjoyed the show. He had no fear, whatsoever, about possible retaliation that in real life situations would be a factor. He stressed over and over again that he had refused police protection, when it was offered.
If you find this story utterly bizarre or even creepy, you are not alone. It is creepy because it is a set up. The show was a staged operation with a well-defined purpose.
The Magyarok Nyilai terrorist organization has been invented to be used as a tool, in the election campaign; it was conceived to function as a weapon against the entire patriotic movement, more precisely against Jobbik that support has been growing among the general public and the party is destined to become a major force in the next parliament. This of course, is contrary to the interests of big businesses that made their fortune out of criminal activities, to which the various socialist regimes provided the legal framework.
Strategists working for the socialist party are not stupid; they understood, long time ago that the party won't survive the kind of slash and burn economic policy, it unleashed on society during the past eight years. Socialists needed a tool that could be used to shore up their sagging popularity.
They bet on terrorism; they figured that it might be the magic weapon that if used correctly, it could help intimidating and beguiling their supporters to the degree that fear brings them back to fold.
Police kicked off the operation eight months ago by arresting sixteen people; they needed time to build up the case so that by the time the election campaign shifts into high gear, they could come forward with a well-scripted story.
Now, as the election campaign is about to heat up, police begun leaking details about the carefully crafted case. They already indicated that more details will be released in the coming weeks.
Meanwhile, it also turned out that the very existence of the alleged “terrorist organization” is not intimidating enough, as public support for Jobbik keeps on growing and people don't seem to care about the "terrorist threat", despite the fact that the mainstream media keeps the issue in the news.
Now, let's connect the dots to make the story more transparent.
These are the facts that need to be connected. We have a star witness, an informer that as the election campaign started, revealed the most damming evidence up to date about the criminal activities of the "Magyarok Nyilai terrorist organization". The informer revealing his identity to millions of viewers and even bragging about his role in the police crackdown. He kept stressing that he was not afraid of retaliation, even if he knew that more members of the terrorist organization were still at large. Cameras showed his business office, his car and the neighbourhood where he was residing.
In a real life situation, acting like this would be madness; but this is not a real life situation but a set up, a very dangerous one.
When the informer revealed his identity, he issued an invitation for retaliation. In other words, the disclosure of the identity of the informer is a police provocation, a trap. Say, a patsy decides to retaliate, then police have a case that can be blown out of proportions and be blamed it on Jobbik and its supporters. In my view, it is unlikely that anything like that will happen that might lead to a nastier possibility. Currently, the probability is very high that if no one steps into the trap, the secret service, itself, will do the dirty job. There is a very high degree of risk that in the coming weeks, shadowy forces will stage a false flag operation relating to the "Magyarok Nyilai terrorist organization" that might even result death--perhaps an attack on the informer--and the incident will be blamed on Jobbik providing ammunition to the regime to ban the party from running for office.
Taking into account all the available signs, the above described scenario is very much in the cards. In my view, Jobbik and its strategists have to be prepared for an emergency situation like this. We have to keep in mind that we are dealing with a satanic force here that won't shy away from the most atrocious acts of violence, if its interests are at stake.
Interesting times are ahead of us.
The popularity of Jobbik, among the general public has created a real panic in the political establishment incorporating both Fidesz and Socialist interest groups.
Gábor Vona, Jobbik's prime ministerial candidate, wrote an article where he sums up the visible signs of the approaching Fidesz - Socialist coalition that has been gathering momentum behind the scenes for some time.
Vona cites several cases where this cooperation between Fidesz and the Socialists could be tracked down. One of those is the confidentiality act that both Fidesz and the Socialist party supported. The confidentiality act makes it impossible to investigate corruption cases that both parties are involved in.
Vona also mentions the signing of the Lisbon Treaty that Fidesz endorsed without even reading it.
It is obvious that the economic interests, behind both parties have the same concerns; none of them are interested in investigating the fraudulent business dealings of the past twenty years.
Jobbik, however, is dead set to review all business deals that have been
concluded in the past twenty years by illegal means; this makes, understandably, lots of people nervous. This also explains why, both Bajnai and Orban overdoing each other when accusing Jobbik of extremism.
The other day, for instance, Zsuzsa Hegedűs, the adviser of Viktor Orban, called upon Hungarians to vote for anybody but Jobbik.
Gábor Vona calls upon Hungarians not let mislead themselves by deceptive propaganda and keep on supporting Jobbik, in order to help to put an end to the ongoing destruction of the country that has been going on for twenty years.
The original article in Hungarian.
Lopakodó nagykoalíció fenyegeti Magyarországot
A magyar demokráciát a lopakodó nagykoalíció fenyegeti. A két hamis és bukott törpepárt már egymásra fanyalodott, most úgy tűnik, hogy a Fidesz és az MSZP fog össze, hogy megakadályozza a radikális változást.
Az elmúlt húsz évben a magyar társadalom számos információt szerezhetett arról, hogy a felszíni viták mögött a parlamenti pártok gazdasági háttere igazából összeér, hogy a háttérben komoly összefonódások vannak. A 70/30-as felosztásról mindenki hallott, a korrupciós ügyek listáját pedig hosszúsága miatt lehetetlen volna felsorolni. Ezt a társadalmi érzetet csak tovább erősítették azok a pillanatok, amikor a pártok közösen szavaztak a magyar nemzet ellen, emlékezzünk csak a Lisszaboni Szerződés olvasás nélküli elfogadására.
A Jobbik EP-választáson elért sikere azonban a korábban csak sejtett egyarcúságot egyre inkább napvilágra hozta. A parlamenti pártok megriadtak az új erő adta kihívástól és megkezdték húsz éves, hazugságokra épített rendszerük körülbástyázását. Ennek ékes bizonyítékai a rádiófrekvenciák gyanús és sebtiben történt kiosztása vagy a titkosítások feloldásának közösen megszavazott szigorítása. Utóbbi három hónappal a választások előtt egyértelműen a Fidesz és az MSZP abbéli szándékából fakadt, hogy a Jobbikot megakadályozzák az igazság nyilvánosságra hozásában. A pártvezetők – Bajnai és Orbán – eközben egymással versengve szélsőségesezték le a Jobbikot.
Az országgyűlési választási kampány hajrájában a Jobbik további megerősödésétől úgy megrettentek a Fidesz és az MSZP vezetői, hogy most már leplezni sem tudják összefogási szándékaikat. Emlékezzünk Hegedűs Zsuzsa szociológus (állítólag a Fidesz miniszterjelöltje) kijelentésére, mely szerint mindenkit meg kell győzni arról, hogy bárkire szavazhat, csak a Jobbikra nem. Hétfőn Bajnai Gordon tette fel az i-re a pontot, aki miután jó demokrataként és hazafiként dicsérte meg Orbán Viktort, felszólított a közös küzdelemre, mondván: a „hasonló a hasonlónak örül”. A Fidesz szónokai pedig ahelyett, hogy kikérték volna maguknak az ajánlkozást, cinkos némasággal hallgattak a nagykoalíciós közeledés egyre nyilvánvalóbb tényeiről.
Arra kérünk minden jóérzésű magyar embert, hogy április 11-én ne hagyják, hogy nagykoalíciós formában folytathassa az elmúlt húsz év pusztítását az MSZP és a Fidesz. Akadályozzuk meg együtt a nagykoalíciót! Radikális változást akarunk, nem a hazug politikusok, hanem a nép nevében. Válasszuk a rosszabb helyett ezért a Jobbikot!
a Jobbik elnöke
(jobbik.hu - hungarianambiance.com)
Krisztina Morvai, MEP and human rights activist and Tamás Gaudi-Nagy, member of the Foundation for Legal Defence of Hungarians Rights and Jobbik justice critic, will hold a forum in London for Hungarians residing in England, on February 28.
The main topics of the forum will be the role of law in national resistance and actual political issues.
Location: King`s Head Pub, 214 High Street Acton, London, postcod: W39NX
(barikad.hu – hungarianambiance.com)
Socialist strategists raised the possibility of a Fidesz - MSZP coalition, in those districts where Jobbik has a good chance to win seats. This strategy could be implemented, first, in Borsod county where Jobbik is the most popular, among all parties. The county was a socialist stronghold before the economic policy of the socialist regime devastated the area.
According to Népszabadság, a socialist mouthpiece, there is no decision, yet about the proposal, nonetheless, the fact that this possibility came up shows that the socialists seriously considering this option.
The traditional parties are panicking, as Jobbik support grow by leaps and bounds, among the general public.
This is one recent development on the election front, but we can expect, lots more to come as the campaign heats up in the coming weeks.
(szentkoronaradio.com – hungarianambiance.com)
The rat that spied on his friends
Another “evidence” surfaced up in the convoluted story of György Budaházy and the fictitious Magyarok Nyilai terrorist organization. Today, police showed a sound file that supposed to provide “evidence” against György Budaházy and his associates, the regime arrested more than six months ago. The incompetent and corrupt ex-Justice Minister Tibor Draskovics (alias Nasty Dwarf) already tried a similar trick, a few months ago when showed an explosion video attributing it to the Magyarok Nyilai terrorist organization. A few hours later, the forgery was exposed
It seems that the fiasco hasn't discouraged the regime from producing another likely forgery; as the regime has no proof against the accused, authorities have really no choice but to keep coming up with fake evidences.
The pressure on police are increasing to show evidence against the detainees that have been kept in jail to use them in the election campaign, as boogie man to intimidate and mislead socialist supporters before the crucial vote coming up, on April 11.
The support behind the socialist party is dwindling; the leaders of the party understand that a catastrophic defeat is ahead of them that might devastate the party to the point of no return. To lessen the magnitude of the blow, they took a page from the book of international terrorism and ordered police to arrest sixteen innocent people, in order to use them later, as a tool, for manipulating public opinion.
Today, at a crucial time of the election campaign, police produced the long awaited “evidence”; they showed an audio tape and introduced the star witness that supposed to belong to the Budaházy group but later cooperated with police. On the tape, we have heard, as one of the supposed “terrorists” admitting attacks on properties belonging to socialist politicians.
But once again, it turned out that police are not only incompetent in handling criminal cases but also pretty bad in forging evidence.
One of the most ridiculous aspects of the presentation was when police let the star witness of the case talk to the media. Of course, we know that the entire story was staged. The camera even showed him going home without the slightest worry on his face.
It looked like as if, police paraded the star witness in front of the cameras to entice Budaházy's supporters to attack him; an incident like this would have given an opportunity to the criminal regime to create a spectacle out of the case that might have been used to divert people's attention from real election issues. Luckily nothing happened. Let's hope that no one, on the nationalist side, steps into this trap. I expect more provocations coming from the regime in the coming weeks; supporters of change have to prepare for violent acts by the secrete service that the regime will try to exploit and blame it on Jobbik and its supporters. Let's watch out for these provocations.
Other telling signs of the forgery are the sound recording and the dialogues that also appeared to be staged by the secrete service. The “culprit” admits the crimes but his admission was too smooth, too well-articulated to be real. This was a gut feeling that many people felt when watching the show. Also the quality of the sound indicated that something wasn't right with the presentation; police presented a high definition sound file, no background noises, no echo, nothing, despite the fact that the recording took place in a car.
The high quality sound, the unbearably, unrealistic confession of the accused and the almost bragging star witness indicates that the presentation, likely has been made in a studio, for a particular target audiance—socialist party supporters that are defecting the party.
Despite all efforts, the venture won't produce the intended effect. It is too little too late. Voters already waking up, due to the brutal, anti-social measures the regime implemented in the past eight years; even the dim-witted noticed the fraudulent intents in government projects. And for the complete brain dead--well, for them all efforts are immaterial, since they continue supporting the party, no matter what. For this segment of the population, there is no need to prove or disprove anything.
Polls, even if they are manipulated, show that the regime is in deep trouble and desperately, in need of boosting its popularity, which is an indication that socialist support is, indeed, dwindling.
It is likely, that as soon as, it turns out that the gimmick won't produce the desired effect, the detainees will be released from jail. And hopefully, the next chapter of this atrocious drama will continue on the court, only that this time, the accusers and the accused will change places in the prisoner's box.
The world’s most powerful investors have been advised to buy farmland, stock up on gold and prepare for a “dirty war” by Marc Faber, the notoriously bearish market pundit, who predicted the 1987 stock market crash.
The bleak warning of social and financial meltdown, delivered today in Tokyo at a gathering of 700 pension and sovereign wealth fund managers.
Dr Faber, who advised his audience to pull out of American stocks one week before the 1987 crash and was among a handful who predicted the more recent financial crisis, vies with the Nouriel Roubini, the economist, as a rival claimant for the nickname Dr Doom.
Speaking today, Dr Faber said that investors, who control billions of dollars of assets, should start considering the effects of more disruptive events than mere market volatility.
“The next war will be a dirty war,” he told fund managers: "What are you going to do when your mobile phone gets shut down or the internet stops working or the city water supplies get poisoned?”
His investment advice, which was the first keynote speech of CLSA’s annual investment forum in Tokyo, included a suggestion that fund managers buy houses in the countryside because it was more likely that violence, biological attack and other acts of a “dirty war” would happen in cities.
He also said that they should consider holding part of their wealth in the form of precious metals “because they can be carried”.
One London-based hedge fund manager described Mr Faber’s address as “excellent, chilling stuff: good at putting you off lunch, but not something I can tell clients asking me about quarterly returns at the end of March”.
Dr Faber did offer a few more traditional investment tips, although their theme fitted his general mode of pessimism.
In Asia, particularly, he said, stock pickers should play on future food and water shortages by buying into companies with exposure to agriculture and water treatment technologies.
One of Dr Faber’s darker scenarios involves growing military tension between China and the United States over access to limited oil resources.
Today the US has a considerable advantage over China because it has free access to oceans on both coasts, and has potential energy suppliers to the north and south in Canada and Mexico.
It also commands an 11-strong fleet of aircraft carriers that could, if necessary, secure supply routes in a conflict situation.
China and emerging Asia, meanwhile, face the uncertainty of supplies that must travel from the Middle East through winding sea lanes and the Malacca bottleneck.
American military presence in Central Asia, Dr Faber said, may add to the level of concern in Beijing.
“When I tell people to prepare themselves for a dirty war, they ask me: “America against whom?” I tell them that for sure they will find someone.”
At the heart of Dr Faber’s argument is a fundamentally gloomy view on the US economy and its capacity to service a growing mountain of debt.
His belief, fund managers were told, is that the US is going to go bankrupt.
Under President Obama, he said, the country’s annual fiscal deficit will not drop below $1 trillion and could rise beyond that figure.
Arch bears have predicted that US debt repayments could hit 35 per cent of tax revenues within ten years.
Dr Faber believes that the ratio could easily hit 50 per cent in the same time frame.
From the 176 electoral districts, Jobbik has already secured 171, as the nomination forms are pouring in, from all over the country. According to Gábor Szabó, the chief executive director of Jobbik, all candidates in the countryside managed to collect the required 760 nomination forms necessary to get registered as an official candidate.
Only in five districts of Budapest, candidates are still collecting nomination forms. He is asking the residents of the 5, 6, 7, 8 and 13 districts of Budapest to support Jobbik and mobilize their friends and relatives and bring their nomination forms to the drop off locations.
Jobbik received overwhelming support, especially in Borsod county, where Szabó has been expecting a Jobbik breakthrough.
Jobbik has already nominated observers in all electoral district committees, where members will watch over the registration process, making sure that no party can hand in fake nomination forms.
Jobbik already reported several cases to police where people violated the election law by collecting nomination forms fraudulently or offering money for them.
(barikad.hu – hungarianambiance.com)
University students demonstrated in Révkomárom demanding linguistic rights for the Hungarian minority
About 500 university students demonstrated in Révkomárom, in Felvidék demanding linguistic rights for the Hungarian minority in Slovakia. About 10 percent of Slovakia's population speaks Hungarian as their mother tongue.
Speakers demanded that Slovakian authorities stop intimidating Hungarian speaking citizens for using their mother tongue.
The demonstration has been organized by two students, Tamás Méri and Krisztián Litomericky, with the backing of the the Selye János University Student Association.
According to kuruc.info news portal, eight young demonstrators have been arrested by Slovakian police for carrying “Árpádsávos” flags, the symbol of the thousand year old Hungarian statehood.
(felvidek.ma - kuruc.info - hungarianambiance.com)
The Magyarok Szövetsége (The Alliance of Hungarians) will run a candidate at the next municipal election, on March 28, in Mezőtúr.
The Mezőtúr branch of the MSZ, with the agreement of the national leadership, has nominated László Kovács, the head of the local branch, to seek a seat in the municipal council, on the March 28 election. The campaign team already handed in the required nomination forms and the candidate has been put on the registry list.
One of the goals of the candidate is to shake people up from indifference and engage citizens into community activities said the statement released by the MSZ on its website.
The candidate has only 6 months left to shake people up from apathy and convince well-intentioned residents to join together and work in alliances for a better future.
The MSZ calls upon people to participate in community building projects because the key to long term success is unity that can be achieve only if individuals team up with each other.
(magyarokszovetsege.hu – hungarianambiance.com)
Gordon Bajnai, the illegitimate prime minster of the country delivered his last speech, in the Parliament, on Monday, before the next general election, on April 11. In the first part of his speech, he praised himself and his policies, as the caretaker prime minister taking over the government after the resignation of his boss, the infamous psychopath Ferenc Gyurcsany.
The speech itself, was full of banalities and was so insignificant not even worth quoting it.
What was, on the other hand, interesting is his attack on Jobbik. He called upon Fidesz to join forces with the socialists, against Jobbik's radical agenda opposing corruption and treason and supporting decency and truthfulness, values that are rarities among politicians in the current Hungarian parliament.
He said Fidesz and the socialists have to find a common platform to fight against Jobbik and the values it represents. What was the most repulsive in this part of the speech is that he called Attila Mesterházy, the socialist candidate for prime minister a “hazafi”.
The term “hazafi” means patriot in English. However, it is a unique phrase; the term was not commonly used during the communist era; it was brought back to common usage by truthful and incorruptible Hungarian resistance fighters battling against the dictatorial Gyurcsany regime during the past eight years. As such, the term has become one of the distinguishing marks of descent, truthful and uncompromising individuals willing to fight for their country, without expecting any reword. In this respect, the term closely linked up with the resistance movement that came to existence during the dictatorial Gyurcsany era marked by demonstrations, street fighting and police terror. It was this period, when the resistance movement developed its strategies and become a formidable opponent of the ruthless regime used open terror to put down and imprison those disagreed with its treasonous policies.
The term “hazafi” inseparably tied to the ideas and the actions of patriotic Hungarians fighting for freedom and justice, in the past eight years to make Hungary a better county. Calling a criminal, a traitor and a stooge like Attila Mesterházy, a “hazafi” is an insult, a desecration of the term.
According to László Kövér, a Fidesz strong man, a substantial number of Fidesz activists deserted the party and joined to Jobbik. This seems to be a sensitive issue within the party because the activists received specific training, as part of their preparations to carry out per-election assignments.
According to Index, about 500 activists joined Jobbik taking with them campaigning ideas, they acquired at the training sessions. Index reported that the loss of so many activists can have an impact on Fidesz's campaign strategy.
Előd Novák, one of the vice-presidents of Jobbik, said the party had no need to borrow strategies or ideas from other parties because Jobbik election strategy already professional and is among the best.
In reality, the exact the opposite is the case; the bigger parties are the ones that borrowing solutions from Jobbik. He mentioned specifically, a case when Fidesz has taken the Jobbik idea of promoting student exchanges among schools in Hungary and schools in the lost territories.
(index.hu – hungarianambiace.com)
Joseph Reyes is accused of violating temporary restraining order which ordered him not to expose his three-year-old daughter Ela to any other faith than Judaism. His wife took out the order when he had his daughter baptised without her consent.
The Holy Name Cathedral in Chicago where Joseph Reyes took his daughter
A Chicago man could face jail for having his daughter baptised and taking her to a cathedral after promising his ex-wife she would be brought up as Jewish.
Catholic Joseph Reyes, 35, was charged with violating a temporary restraining order which ordered him not to expose his three-year-old daughter Ela to any other faith than Judaism. He took local television crews with him as he took his daughter to visit a cathedral.
Mr Reyes converted to Judaism to marry Rebecca, whom he later divorced, in 2004, but claimed that there was no specific agreement to raise their daughter as Jewish.
He told Chicago television that the couple did not keep kosher, did not observe Shabbat and rarely attended synagogue but said that they had held a baby blessing for Ela at their synagogue shortly after she was born.
After the couple divorced, Mr Reyes returned to practicing Catholicism and in November 2009 he sent Ms Reyes pictures of their daughter being baptised at Queen of Martyrs Catholic Church.
In December 2009 Mrs Reyes obtained a restraining order to ban her ex-husband from exposing Ela to any religion other than Judaism.
But he argued that this contravened the American Constitution, guaranteeing freedom of religion.
But Mr Reyes took CBS Chicago TV crews along with him when he took Ela to Holy Name Cathedral at the end of January.
Mr Reyes is now charged with contempt of court at Cook County Circuit Court. If convicted, he could face six months in jail and a $500 fine.
This is the family model that the global power hates
Teachers, church leaders and professional organizations are protesting against the new gender guidelines in kindergarten that the government introduced, sneakily, into the educational system; teachers are outraged that the bill was implemented without consultation with educational organizations.
Teacher's groups that took part in the preliminary discussions of the new law, said that government official didn't bring up the gender issue during the negotiation process, at all.
According to the bill, kindergarten teachers are obliged to use teaching methods that are discouraging children to explore their own gender identities; stereotypical gender based behaviour should be curbed.
Sister Erzsébet Bajzák said that in practise, the bill instructs kindergarten teachers to interfere with little girls' activities when playing with dolls and should orient them toward different toys, like bulldozer. Also, teachers are obliged to discourage girls wearing skirt, long hair and other gender specific styles of clothing. Using the terms of papa, mama should also be curbed.
Kornél Papp, spokesperson of the Reformed Church said the new bill was a deliberate attack on the family unit. Half of the children already grew up in broken families and the teaching profession already “feminized” so much that those facts alone might trigger gender confusion among children. Many children don't have parental models based on the traditional family unit of the opposite sexes. If we deprive young children from the remaining normalcy, they will develop identity problems in later life, said Kornél Papp.
The Ministry of Employment has been advertising the detrimental gender ideology on its website. According to ministry officials, the advertisement is part of the governments' employment equality promotion program.
However, experts remarked that promoting gender ideology among children, has nothing to do with government's effort of advocating employment equality, among the sexes.
Government officials have cited certain stereotypical behaviour patterns among children that teachers should control; for instance saying that men are goal oriented and women are family directed are wrong, these terms should be considered gender biased expressions.
If you haven't read it yet, read this related article.
(szentkoronaradio.com - hungarianambiance.com)
In an audio file, obtained by Hir TV and Magyar Nemzet, Ferenc Gyurcsány, the remorseless psychopath threatening Viktor Orbán and Fidesz with relentless attacks in the next parliament. According to the audio report, this monster in human form even willing to use the arguments of national radicalism in his rhetoric to attack the government.
In opposition, everything is allowed, said the shameless liar. Viktor Orbán will curse the day, every Monday morning, when he face us in the parliament said the scumbag.
Ferenc Gyurcsány, secretly touring the country, visiting ridings and campaigning for socialist candidates. He doesn't appear, openly, with any candidate, in order not to diminish the chances of the hopefuls to get elected, because he knows the majority of the population hates him.
After the second rigged election, in 2006, the traitor summed up his own contribution to the wellbeing of the country with these world famous remarks:
''We lied in the morning, we lied in the evening...We did everything to keep that secret to the end of the electoral campaign...We screwed up, big time...No country in Europe has been so blatant. We obviously lied through the past one and a half to two years. And meanwhile, we didn't do a thing for four years -- nothing.''
(magyarnemzet.hu – hungarianambiance.com)
What are Personas?
Personas are easy-to-install, easy-to-use themes that change the look of your Firefox web browser. There are thousands of Personas to choose from, with more added every day. You can even create your own and share it with others.
After installing Jobbik personas this is what you get. (See the image below)
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The following is a step by step procedure installing Jobbik personas theme.
1. Make sure you have Firefox 3.6 installed. Personas themes work only with Firefox 3.6. If you don't have Firefox 3.6 installed, download and install it from HERE.
2. Start Firefox and go to Tools>Add-ons. In the appearing dialogue box click the Themes tab (see the image). At the very bottom of the Themes dialogue click the Get themes link.
Add-ons dialogue box
This opens the Personas gallery, which looks like this. (see image below)
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3. In the search box, at the top-right enter “Jobbik”. This will open a new page with Jobbik's personas themes (see screen-shot below)
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4. Currently, you have two Jobbik Personas themes to chose from. Roll the pointer over the picture and you will see two labels appearing “Wear it” and “Details”. First, roll the pointer on the “Wear it” label, which previews the theme in your browser. It shows, how it will look when installed. Then, click “Wear it” and the theme gets installed. Confirm it and you are done.
“Everything flows and nothing abides; everything gives way and nothing stays fixed... Cool things become warm, the warm grows cool; the moist dries, the parched becomes moist... It is in changing that things find repose.”--Heraclitus
Moscow — Reuters
Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin played down Greece's economic woes on Tuesday, telling his visiting Greek counterpart that the United States were no better than Greece in handling its debt and fiscal deficit.
“As we all know, the global economic crisis started neither in Greece, nor in Russia, nor in Europe,” Mr. Putin told a news conference after talks with George Papandreou. “It came to us from across the ocean,” he said in a clear reference to the United States.
“There (in the U.S.) we can see similar problems - massive external debt, budget deficit,” Mr. Putin added, suggesting Russia and Greece should concentrate on the “real economy” to weather the economic crisis.
Mr. Papandreou arrived in Moscow amid rumours that the cash-strapped euro zone member may turn to Moscow, still running the world's third biggest foreign exchange reserves and eager to boost its political clout, for financial assistance.
Iceland began loan talks with Russia in October, 2008, after its main banks and currency collapsed. The tiny NATO member eventually secured funding from the International Monetary Fund and Nordic neighbours and the Russian loan never materialized.
On Tuesday European ministers told Greece it may need to take further steps to bring a swollen debt under control, with Germany saying Greece should imitate Ireland and Latvia, both of which are slashing spending and wages savagely.
Both Greek and Russian officials denied financial aid was on the agenda during talks in Moscow, while President Dmitry Medvedev said he had told Papandreou to turn to the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank for help.
“This is not the end of the world. I believe that we will come out of this situation much stronger than we are today,” Mr. Papandreou told the news conference.
The court ordered the arrest of Colonel János Szabó, who has been taken into custody by a commando unit, a few days ago, in his own office. With Colonel Szabó, another suspect has also been arrested. Both suspects appealed against their arrest order. Sources are reported that there is a third person also charged in the case, but he is allowed to remain free until the next court appearance.
Unlike earlier reports suggested, Colonel Szabó wasn't arrested for mismanagement of funds but rather for abuse of power.
Colonel Szabó approached the DHL Supply Chain, an international shipping company, telling officials that company employees got involved in drug and arms trade. The colonel offered help and gave assurances if the company hires a subcontractor he recommends to handle actual deliveries on the ground he will take care of legal issues. Colonel Szabó had an accomplice at the shipping company that was also involved in the scheme. He is the second person arrested in the case.
Colonel Szabó had a brief court appearance where he made a short statement; he said his intentions were innocent and he acted because he wanted to save DHL Supply Chain reputation by keeping unfortunate issues out of public eyes. The only reason, he offered his services to DHL Supply Chain because he had previous business dealings with the company.
The colonel's lawyer denied that his client resisted arrest. He attributed his facial injuries to the rough treatment, the commando unit used when taking him into custody.
(index.hu – hungarianambiance.com)
In the past couple of weeks, Jobbik's support among decided voters increased by 6 percent, according to the latest poll of Nézőpont Intézet. Fidesz lost some support and the MSZP support hasn't changed.
Among decided voters, Fidesz support is 43 percent, the socialists have 12 percent and Jobbik 9 percent support.
The polling station regularly assessing the pool of undecided voters, as well; taking into account potential voters preferences among undecided voters, Jobbik support jumped to 20 percent, which is practically, the same as the MSZP support.
Among hardcore supporters, Fidesz leads the pack with 35 percent, the socialists have 10 percent and Jobbik 7 percent support.
(hetivalasz.hu – hungarianambiance.com)
“You may live in interesting times” says the Chinese when curse someone. What has been happening in Hungary today, is an indication that indeed interesting times are ahead of us, as new corruption cases are coming to light every day. That the approaching “interesting times” will be a curse for the country or the beginning of a renewal process, time will tell.
Almost every day, a socialist mafioso has been arrested for stealing taxpayers money. If you take into account that these “banditos” have been ruling the country for eight years, you might get an idea, how much money they might have stolen during this period of time.
Some mid-ranking BKV (Budapest Transportation Company) officials have already been arrested because they transformed the state corporation into a gigantic money-laundering operation, where they siphoned money out of state funds, unabashedly to give it to their fellow Mafiosos.
We are at the beginning of a process that will hold, I am sure, more surprises as it unfolds in the coming months; we can be sure that more criminal cases will be revealed, when the newly elected parliament will look into the books. Jobbik is the grantee that the criminals will be held accountable for their wrongdoings when the time will come to accont for the devastation of the past eight years. Police already questioned an ex-minister who was responsible for the secrete service, for stealing private data.
Observers have noticed that an increasing number of people, from well paying positions, asking for their early retirement; this curious fact might have been triggered by the collapsing voters support behind the socialist party; the mafiosos start realizing that the good times are coming to an end. They are hoping that in retirement, they can escape from accountability. The rats started fleeing the sinking ship.
Yesterday, we have witnessed another curious case that came as a surprise for lots of people--the arrest of the president of the Zrinyi Miklós Military Academy. A special commando raided the educational institution and seized computers and other documents from Colonel János Szabó's office. Understandably, police are tight-lipped about the case, but according to Hir TV, the president has been involved in a huge embezzlement scheme, where hundreds of millions of forints of taxpayers money has been mismanaged. During the arrest, police secured the entrance of the Academy with black plastic sheets to prevent onlookers from witnessing the arrest.
According to Index, there was a scuffle between police and the Colonel, as he resisted arrest; officers had to use force to handcuff the man causing slight injury to his face.
János Szabó graduated in 1975 and became an officer of the Hungarian Armed Forces in the same year, which tells us right away that he is an apparatchik. There are conflicting rumors about the nature of the crime he has been arrested for, but at this point, this doesn't really matter. What important is the realization that the socialist regime, during its eight years in power, has created a social climate that gave rise to a moral and economic decline unprecedented in the history of the country; and every reasonable person knows who are the people that responsible for this. The rest will be up to the next government.
(mno.hu – index.hu – hungarianambiamce.com)
The Hungarian Martial Arts Association organizing a Martial Arts charity gala, on February 20th, in the “Sporttemplom”, with the support of the Japanese-Hungarian Friendship Association. The main theme of the program will focus on the philosophical and artistic foundations of the various martial arts styles and on the cultural heritage of the far east.
The whole day event will start with seminars and demonstrations of different martial arts styles.
The afternoon program will include martial arts competitions and visitors can learn about the cultural heritage of Japan. Among others, there will be kimono exhibition and talks about the art of origami, calligraphy and the Japanese tea ceremony.
Visitors can also try out the best specialities of Japanese cuisine.
One of the highlights of the event will be the martial arts beauty competition. The Hungarian Martial Arts Association already put out a call for girls practising martial arts to enter the competition.
The first prize will be a trip to Greece and invitations to Japanese restaurants. Competitors also receive various martial arts publications, books, Cd-s and other specialities.
Mária Wittner was born in Budapest, on June 9, 1937. She didn't know her father and was given into a nursing home by her mother right after her birth. She was 2 years old, when she was taken in by Carmelita sisters; she stayed with the sisters until she was eleven years old. In 1948, she met her mother who put her into an orphanage. She started her high school but dropped out and worked as a typists, first, in Szolnok then, in the Kunhegyes. In 1955, she gave birth to a son; then, moved to Budapest, where she worked as casual labourer.
With her fellow resistance fighter Katalin Sticker, who was later executed
On October 23, 1956, she took part in a demonstration, in Budapest and during the siege of the Radio building, she joined the resistance-fighters. She met Katalin Sticker on October 24 and started working as a nurse treating wounded resistance fighters. Later, she joined the “Vajdahunyad” fighting unit, where she participated in various armed resistance operations. On October 30th, her unit stormed the tenth district police station, and captured a cache of weapons. On November 4th, during the Soviet invasion, she got wounded and was taken into the Péterfy Sándor hospital. On November 9, she tried to leave the country but was arrested by police. Later, she was released and the second time, she successfully made it to Austria. She spent a couple of weeks in Austria, then returned to Hungary; as a naive teenager, she believed to the siren voices of Kádár promising amnesty to resistance fighters. She worked as a general helper until July 16, 1957, when she was arrested. On July 23, 1958, at the age of 21, she was sentenced to death. The appeal court commuted her death sentence to life imprisonment on February 24, 1959. She was released from jail on March 25, 1970 due to international pressure.
Arrested at the tender age of 21
Out of jail, she worked as a sewing machine operator and as a cleaning lady, until her retirement in 1980. After the collapse of the Kádár regime, she became active in politics, once again. She is a member of several veteran organizations and a fierce critic of the current socialist-liberal regime.
The “Vajdahunyad” resistance unit she belonged to
In 2006, she became the member of the Parliament running as a Fidesz candidate. Currently, she is a member of the Employment and Work relations committee in the Hungarian parliament.
She received the “Magyar Köztársaság Nagykeresztje” medal, in 1991.
In 2006, at the 50th anniversary of the 1956 uprising, she became the one of the leaders of the movement that rejected the socialist government's call for a joint commemoration service, as the veterans of the uprising considering the socialist governing elite to be an offshoot of the murderous Rákosi-Kádár regime.
In the same year, she and fellow veterans, like Sándor Rácz and László Piri Balázs protested against the invitation of Giorgio Napolitano, the Italian president, to take part in the anniversary celebration of the 1956 uprising, as the Italian president supported the Russian invasion of Hungary in 1956.
Beatrix Siklósi and Gábor Matúz made a portrait film about her life, under the title “Hóhér Vigyázz”.
Eco-communities are offering a lifestyle that's getting more attractive for an increasing number of peopleSunday, February 14, 2010
While the socialist regime doing its best to destroy the countryside, more thoughtful and forward-looking Hungarians start slowly moving out of big cities into eco-villages.
In the village of Mariahalom, three families got together to form the core of an eco-community that is already self-sufficient. The idea came from Géza Lakatos, a small business man who sold his business and bought a 150 acres of land where he has been growing crops of various kinds by using organic methods.
“I started out as an amateur,” said Lakatos. “I knew nothing about country life, then I learned building houses and making stoves. We planted fruit trees and and locust-trees; the latter ones for heating”.
Families that have already settled down, have been waiting for people who are willing to join to the community. However, there are strict rules that newcomers have to accept before they are allowed join to the community. They have to have concrete ideas and knowledge about eco-farming and the alternative way of life.
Eco-farming is the process of farming the soil in an environmentally safe and organic way.
Most of the eco-villages make a living out of organic farming, animal husbandry and eco-tourism. The Mariahalom eco-community has been running a Motel and they are planning to set up a spiritual healing facility, soon.
The village of Dél-Zselic, in Baranya county, was almost uninhabited in 1991, when a small group of visionaries decided to set up an eco-community in the village. “Currently, eight households houses about twenty-five people,” said István Fridrich the owner of the local horse farm. Among the families we find, goat farmers and growers that are producing fruits and vegetables.
In the village, there are people who are working in the nearby city but many of them try to make a living out of “vályogkészités” (making mud bricks) and environmental economy.
“Eight years ago we built a guest house that has become the central place of the village’s cultural activities and it also functions as a showroom for guest coming into the village to learn the art of making mud bricks,” said István Fridrich.
According to Géza Varga, who is a manager and eco-farmer of a small community set up on the shore of Bika lake, in 2009, the community created about 50 jobs that have been based on an eco-project, run by eleven families that are working as cattle farmers and organic food producers.
“In eco-business about 20 acres of land creates one job, while in industrial style production two hundred and fifty acres” said Varga. “If we approach agricultural development from the point of view of employment, it is obvious that small community based agribusiness are the way to go,” said Varga.
“Our aim is to be one hundred percent self-sufficient. But realistically, in the current economic situation this goal is impossible to achieve; however, when we started out, we have outlined a project that aimed at fulfilling the most fundamental needs of the community--food and water,” said Varga.
People build their houses from mud bricks and make their living out of organic farming. They also produce their own gasoline from canola. They planted “energy forest” around their houses to keep the place as warm as possible. The heating of the homes are made by “bio-solar energy” that is environmentally safe and also economical.
Here too, the community is welcoming newcomers, but only if they accept the rules of the community and willing to contribute to the common project. These pioneers are convinced that communities can survive only, if they are built from ground up.
(magyarhirlap.hu - hungarianambiance.com)
We have reported earlier (here and here) about a 92 year old lady that gypsy criminals savagely beaten and robbed, in her own home; the case outraged every decent people that heard about the incident; the mainstream media is trying to cover up the crime.
As a consequence of the beating, the lady died in hospital today, several weeks after the initial attack. Let’s see what the complicit politicians and mainstream media say about the case. I guess, I don’t have to explain what would have happened if the victim had been a gypsy.
Whatever happens nothing will surprise me; a couple of months ago, gypsy rights advocates (in reality, agents of the background power) accused the Ipoly river with racism, because it flooded the houses of gypsies (this is not a joke).
Jobbik’s Ózd chapter and the New Hungarian Guard expressed their sympathies for the family of the victim.
(szentkoronaradio.com - kuruc.info - hungarianambiance.com)
We have reported several times about Előd Tóásó’s miserable prison conditions in a Bolivian jail. He was arrested, a bit less then a year ago and accused of wanting to assassinate the Bolivian president; since his arrest, he has been writing his prison diary, as a testimony of his determination to fight against the charges and clear his name, from the accusation of terrorism.
“My dream is that leaving behind the childish ideas, I will return home, as a mature adult with firm ideas. I will kiss the Hungarian soil, my family and my friends. I dream that they love me. If I plant a tree, the soil won’t stop nourishing it, just as people will not turn away from me”.
I dream that my friends and acquaintances embrace my family in behalf of me and tell them that I love them”.
The above lines have been written on the cover of the book that is a decorative paperback edition and released a few days ago.
The book is essentially a biographical narrative with some sociological input uncovering an unjustly imprisoned man’s struggle for survival. We can witness the author’s vacillating reactions to the appalling prison conditions, as his mind alternating between the prospects of hope and hopelessness, that in turn, give rise to the tormenting feeling of humiliation, rejections and the experience of loneliness.
The book is about freedom. An account about the feeling of being free; the experience of being in the position to decide who we love, who we make friends with, where we want to live and where we want to travel to.
Reading the diary, we can follow the various stages of Tóásó’s personality development and the lonely struggle of the man frightened by the circumstances; the young man who is clear about his goals in life, which he is willing to fight for.
The book is also a testimony of the importance of family values and its sustaining power that helps us to renew our faith into each other.
The book will be available in bookstores, soon; but until you can order it from Tóásó’s sister: email@example.com or calling the following telephon number: 06-20-530-1597
(toasoelod.blogspot.com - hungarianambiance.com)
Police are looking for a gypsy that was taken into custody in Nyiregyháza, last Friday, for possession of a gas revolver, drug and a knife. But by following the directives of the socialist government that tacitly sponsoring gypsy crime, police released the criminal right after the arrest. Soon after his release, cops searched his Budapest apartment where they found and arsenal of guns and ammunition. Acting on the new information, police ordered the rearrest of the man that by then, dropped out of sight.
Police issued a nation wide warrant for the arrest of the criminal. His name is Zsolt Horváth (his nickname is kocka), he is 35 years old, 175 cm tall and has a muscular appearance (see the picture).
(FN - hungarianambiance.com)
Gordon Bajnai with his favorite pet
“Goose thief” Gordon Bajnai, the illegitimate Prime Minister of Hungary, opened a new school today, in Oroszlány. The school was renovated by using EU funds and it cost 770 million forints. The educational institution has been aptly named after the communist terrorist Endre Ságvári that tells us right away that the municipality of Oroszlány is a socialist stranglehold.
In the opening speech, the psychopathic liar said that under his government Hungary has become one of Europe's most stable country.
Thanks to the austerity measures that the Gyurcsany government introduced, the country will produce 4 percent yearly growth starting in 2011 said the liar. He reminded his audience that three schools in the town are renovated by using EU funds. As part of the socialist election strategy, he is trying his best to divert people’s attention from major issues facing the country, hoping that the sheeple will buy into the propaganda and will reelect the criminals one more time.
(barikad.hu - hungarianambiance.com)
In a news release today, Gábor Vona confirmed that Jobbik will set up a shadow cabinet and will release the names of the cabinet in the coming weeks. According to Vona, unlike the other parties, Jobbik plays the game with open cards and after releasing its program, in the next step, the party will name the members of its shadow cabinet.
People have already leaned that Krisztina Morvai will be Jobbik’s presidential candidate and today, Vona named the person that will lead the Chief of Staff’s office of the shadow cabinet--Lajos Pősze.
Jobbik will keep, more less, the current ministries but will add two additional cabinet portfolios; one will deal with Hungarian related issues in the lost territories and the other will oversee religious affairs.
(barikad.hu - hungarianambiance.com)
The most prominent members of the clan are:
Gábor Demszky, the mayor of Budapest for twenty years. A fake anti-communist activist during the Kádár era and a self-confessed Maoist .
Ernő Mesterházy, Demszky’s adviser, he was arrested a few days ago for fraud.
Imre Mécs, the “revolutionary” of the 1956 uprising. Supposedly, he was sentenced to death in 1958 but was released five years later. One of the founders of the extremist, anti-Hungarian Liberal party. Currently, the socialist member of the parliament.
Bálint Magyar, member of the liberal party and a well-known Hungarian hater; as a Minister of Education, single-handedly trashed the education system of the country, during the first Gyurcsany government.
The structure of the clan:
Demszky’s adviser is Ernő Mesterházy. Mesterházy’s wife is Monika Mécs, the daughter of Imre Mécs. Imre Mécs’s wife is Fruzsina Magyar, Bálint Magyar's sister. Bálint Magyar’s current wife is Róza Hodosán, Gábor Demszky's ex-wife.
(Nemzeti Hirháló - hungarianambiance.com)