Did you know that the first ten thousand years since the domestication of the horse warriors have been riding horses without bridle and saddle? These equipments are relatively recent inventions. Ancient Hungarians were among the last people that could ride horses bareback without using equipments. Take a look at this amazing demonstration to get an idea how efficient and skillful the old warriors were when riding horses bareback.
(bosztorpuszta.hu - hungarianambiance.com)
The “Nemzeti Média and Hírközlési Hatóság” the agency overlooking objective media broadcasting found the RTL Klub, TV2 and ATV stations guilty of biased reporting.
The complaint against the TV stations has been made by Jobbik as they didn't report at all the party's commemoration celebration on the national holiday, on October 23, while the same stations gave plenty of air time to other political entities.
The “Nemzeti Média and Hírközlési Hatóság” directed the three TV stations to provide adequate air time for the offended party (Jobbik) so that it can make up for the lost opportunity to communicate its massage to the public. Furthermore, the media agency ordered the three trash stations to air the statement without comments.
The “Nemzeti Média and Hírközlési Hatóság” made perfectly clear that the policies of the previous years that allowed shutting rivals out of the news on the basis of their political views must come to an end.
(barikad.hu – hungarianambiance.com)
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán met Vladimir Putin the prime minister of Russia in Moscow to discuss bilateral relations between the two countries.
The two prime ministers welcomed the recent surge of economic activities between their countries.
Prime Minister Putin expressed his hope that during the Hungarian EU presidency, in the next six months bilateral relations will pick up momentum.
Among the concrete questions the two delegations discussed energy and transportation related issues paying particular attention to Mol and Malev, the two Hungarian companies that Russian companies heavily invested into.
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said beyond discussing economic issues the two delegations were eager to make the first concrete steps towards a new twenty-first century strategic alliance.
(magyarhirlap.hu – hungarianambiance.com
The socialist party bused thousands of senile retirees and other dumb dawn people socialized in the Kadar era, mostly from the country side to fill up the sport center with supporters that otherwise wouldn’t have come.
The event was a staged spectacle performed by golden girls and boys waving with red scarfs and used other props designed to enhance the impact of the performance.
The show was conceived as a grassroots level protest opposing Fidesz policy on private pension legislature. Fidesz is about to abolish the private pension plan to re-channel funds from the private sector to government's coffers as an emergency measure to save the country from financial collapse caused by the very same people demonstrating against the plan.
Attila Mesterházy the leader of the socialist party called upon the faithful to oppose the plan by all means. “There is a strong opposition and we are the opposition. We will grow as time goes by,” said the impromptu stand up comedian.
By the way, two professional comedians were also performed during the roadshow -- two Hungarian-haters from the Mikroszkop theatre, Beregi Péter and Sas József. Their task was to keep the spirit of the aging audience with failing mental capabilities up.
It was also decided that the socialist party starts a petition drive to block Fidesz's move to abolish the private pension plan.
Attila Mesterházy vigorously attacked Fidesz policy on the new tax reform bill, as well. The shameless liar whose party robbed and plundered the country during the past eight years, accused the Fidesz government of making the rich richer and the poor poorer.
The head of the socialist crime network accused the Fidesz government of wanting to curb the authority of the constitutional court; but, he forgot to mention that the socialist party in power violated the principle of the constitution on a daily basis. In the past eight years, Ferenc Gyurcsany the most detrimental figure in Hungarian history, ordered police to shoot at protesters in 2006. During the reign of the socialists, corruption engulfed the entire country including the courts and the legal system to the point that law-enforcement officers openly bragged when violating the law. They tortured thousands of detainees in several detention centers during the 2006 uprising.
In his brazenly cynical speech the head of the treasonous socialist party said “ We are not going to Venezuela but to Europe and we want order not dictatorship. If we come to power we reverse all decisions made by the Fidesz government”.
The current policy of Fidesz aiming at robbing people from their belongings and this is a crime that we are making Fidesz accountable for, finished his speech the abominable puppet of the leech industry.
(Photos: magyarirlap.hu - hungarianambiance.com)
Zsuzsanna Jakabos wins gold in Women's 400 IM at the final day of European Short Course Championships in EINDHOVENSunday, November 28, 2010
Hungary's Zsuzsanna Jakabos captured the distance medley in 4:29.78 to move to fourth in the world rankings, and join only three other swimmers (Julia Smit, 4:27.70; Ye Shiwen, 4:28.67; Zheng Rongrong, 4:29.26) to have cleared 4:30 this year. Slovenia's Anja Klinar touched second in 4:30.83, while France's Lara Grangeon took third in 4:30.93.
Russia's Yana Martynova (4:31.87), Italy's Francesca Segat (4:33.66), Czech's Barbora Zavadova (4:33.71), Ireland's Grainne Murphy (4:37.47) and Italy's Alessia Polieri (4:40.08) rounded out the finale.
Hungary's Agnes Mutina topped the middle distance event with a winning 4:01.25. That performance moved her to sixth in the world rankings this year. Spain's Melanie Costa Schmid finished second in 4:02.26 for seventh in the rankings. Ireland's Grainne Murphy picked up third in 4:02.86.
Hungary's Boglarka Kapas (4:03.42), Ireland's Melanie Nocher (4:03.97), The Netherlands' Sharon van Rouwendaal (4:05.30), Austria's Joerdis Steinegger (4:07.46) and Norway's Cecilie Johannessen (4:13.09) finished fourth through eighth.
Hungary's Evelyn Verraszto overtook The Netherlands' Hinkelien Schreuder, 59.53 to 59.57, in the sprint medley. Verraszto improved upon her fourth-ranked time of 59.88, but fell short of Natalie Coughlin's third-ranked 59.46. Schreuder finished short of her top-ranked time of 59.29 that matched Emily Seebohm's time at the Aussie Nationals in July. Germany's Theresa Michalak also cleared 1:00 with a third-place 59.85 to move to fifth in the world.
Italy's Francesca Segat (1:00.57), France's Sophie De Ronchi (1:00.71), Israel's Amit Ivri (1:00.88), Russia's Olga Klyuchnikova (1:00.93) and Belarus' Sviatlana Khakhlova (1:00.94) completed the championship field.
Four years ago, in 2006, the 16 year old teen had to watch as a horde of gypsies lynched her father in the small town of Olaszliszka.
In that fateful day, Professor Lajos Szögi hit a gypsy jay walker that fell into a ditch but didn't suffer any injury. From the nearby houses a gypsy mob rushed to the scene and as the professor got out of his car to aid the accident victim the mob lynched him on the spot, in front of his two teenage daughters, one 16 and the other 14 years old.
Since the incident, the professor's older daughter, Zsuzsanna (22) has grown up and become the leader of Jobbik's youth division in the seventeenth district of Budapest.
Friday afternoon, a group of youngsters, among them Zsuzsanna Szögi, distributed leaflets on the street when a gypsy gang assaulted the youngsters. The gypsies spit on one of the female members of the group and headbutted a young man. (It's conceivable that the gypsies were sent to the place and probably coached by Jobbik's adversaries. The suspicion is all the more justified because police still haven't found the culprits despite the fact that the youngsters reported the incident to authorities.)
Zsuzsanna wasn't targeted but she was nearby when the incident happened.
The young people said they can’t be intimidated and will continue their information campaign even more determination.
Jobbik released a statement condemning the controlled mainstream media for not reporting the incident; journalists working for the corporate media use double standards to amplify or suppress news items depending on the players involved in the incident.
(kuruc.info – hungarianambiance.com)
The name of the man is György Frunda; he is the member of RMDSZ, a seemingly ethic Hungarian party infiltrated by careerists and opportunists from all walks of life and has been deceiving the ethnic Hungarian electorate in Romania for decades.
A few days ago, the man who mistakenly calls himself Hungarian talked to students at the Petru Maior University in Marosvásárhely; in his speech, he accused the Hungarian government of encouraging the migration of Székelys from Erdély by providing Hungarian citizenship to them.
The man also criticized the “Székely Nemzeti Tanács” for asking the Hungarian government to put the organization on the guest list for the next meeting of MÁÉRT.
I wonder how long it takes for Székelys to wake up and throw these pseudo-Hungarian traitors out of office once and for all.
(erdely.ma – hungarianambiance.com)
Hungary's David Verraszto captured the distance medley title going away with a 4:03.06. He improved his already third-ranked season best of 4:04.62, but could not eclipse Brian Johns' 4:03.05. Thiago Pereira owns the top time in the world this year with a 4:02.82. Germany's Yannick Lebherz finished second in 4:05.08 to move to fifth in the world, while Italy's Federico Turrini finished third in 4:05.24 for sixth in the world.
Lithuania's Vytautas Janusaitis (4:05.85), Italy's Luca Marin (4:09.11), Spain's Alan Cabello Forns (4:11.38), Portugal's Diogo Filipe Carvalho (4:11.41) and Greece's Ioannis Drymonakos (4:12.15) also swam in the finale.
Women's 800 free finals
Italy's Federica Pellegrini cruised to victory in the distance free event with an 8:15.20. That swim put her third in the world this year behind Katie Goldman (8:12.65) and Blair Evans (8:14.86). Hungary's Boglarka Kapas touched second in 8:18.56, while Ireland's Grainne Murphy earned third in 8:19.45 as the pair moved to fourth and fifth in the world rankings.
Spain's Melanie Costa Schmid (8:21.92), Slovenia's Tjasa Oder (8:22.77), Slovenia's Nina Cesar (8:24.57), Russia's Elizaveta Gorshkova (8:28.48) and Spain's Claudia Dasca Romeu (8:29.05) comprised the rest of the top eight.
OTP, the largest Hungarian bank and China Union Pay (CUP) signed an agreement today, in Budapest expanding cooperation between the two financial institutions.
The accord was signed by Sándor Csányi, the head of OTP and Chai Hongfeng, the vice-president of China Union Pay banking group.
According to the agreement, credit cards issued by China Union Pay will be accepted in all OTP outlets.
The agreement comes into effect in the second quarter of the next year. When the deal will be fully implemented at the end of the next year, China Union Pay credit cards will be accepted in 1800 ATM outlets and 15 000 commercial POS terminals in Hungary.
(barikad.hu – hungarianambiance.com)
Zsuzsanna said “I managed to execute my plan, I was head to head with the Italian girl who can do better than average flip turns; I knew I have to stay close to her and beat her at the final meters. I succeeded...I also managed to improve my best time that I swam in a swimming gear...”
Hungary's Zsuzsanna Jakabos posted the winning time of 2:05.58 in the distance fly, while Italy's Alessia Polieri (2:06.18) and Caterina Giacchetti (2:06.49) bracketed her on the podium.
Hungary's Agnes Mutina (2:07.29), France's Aurore Mongel (2:07.74), Slovenia's Anja Klinar (2:07.97), Spain's Paula Camino Estudillo (2:09.07) and France's Lara Grangeon (2:11.96) also vied for the title.
(swimmingworldmagazine.com - hungarianambiance.com)
Evelyn said “I was relaxed, I knew I can win the race. In the last one hundred meters, I knew I won't have problem winning because there are only two other swimmers who are as fast as I am but none was competing today. My coaches said if I can swim withing the 2:07 time frame I will be OK. I hope that they are still happy with my performance even if I was short of seven hundreds of a second. I am still not in top shape but until the wold championship I will improve so that I can perform my best there,”.
Hungary's Evelyn Verraszto clocked the top-ranked time in the world in the event with a blazing time of 2:07.06. That swim eclipsed the previous top time of 2:07.17 set by Julia Smit at the Stockholm stop of the World Cup, and also ranks 15th all time. Additionally, Verraszto's time is the fastest in a textile suit, clearing the previous top time of 2:07.79 set by Allison Wagner of the U.S. in 1993. Verraszto also joined only two other swimmers under 2:08 this year (Emily Seebohm, 2:07.64, and Kotuku Ngawati, 2:07.76).
Belgium's Kimberly Buys placed a distant second in 2:10.14, while France's Lara Grangeon took third in 2:10.22. Germany's Theresa Michalak touched just outside the podium with a fourth-place 2:10.41.
France's Sophie De Ronchi (2:11.32), Czech's Barbora Zavadova (2:12.34), Russia's Viktoriya Andreeva (2:12.40) and Belgium's Fanny Lecluyse (2:13.49) picked up the rest of the championship swims.
(swimmingworldmagazine.com - hungarianambiance.com)
Kunszentmárton is a heavily gypsy infested municipality and the town, as many other towns in the country is terrorized by gypsy criminals with the covert support of the liberal establishment.
Thank to the criminal activity of gypsy hordes and the corrupt legal system, the once prosperous and lively town has become a crime infested municipality and a major drug distribution centre. Not surprisingly, police do nothing to crackdown on criminals and if occasionally arrest one of them the complicit court releases the person a few days later. Because of the ineffective legal system, nothing holds gypsies back from committing the most atrocious kind of criminal offences against the defenceless population. Gypsies understand at some level that they are shielded from criminal prosecution by covert forces that in reality, are the local agents of the global elite camouflaging themselves as gypsy rights activists.
In the mean time, residents of the town are forbidden to defend themselves; they have to put up with the everyday violence of gypsy criminals.
Recently, thirty gypsies visited a restaurant in Kunszentmárton and after having a good time they wanted to leave the place without paying the bill. This behaviour of gypsies is typical and happening not only in the hospitality industry but also at gas stations and other service oriented businesses. They fill up their cars and leave without paying the bill. Of course, police do nothing to arrest the criminals, as officers are following the unwritten rule advanced by the liberal establishment -- gypsies too have to make a living.
However, this time the owner of the restaurant didn't chicken out but stood up to the criminals and asked help from a friend. Norbert Ipacs, a “betyár” didn't hesitate to come to the aid of his beleaguered friend. He went to the restaurant with his whip and driven the gypsies out of the place. As expected, police arrested the good Samaritan and let the criminals go.
Soon after the incident, the gypsies started threatening Norbert Ipacs. However, “betyárs” from other municipalities came to his aid. They took a walk in the town to see who the troublemakers were. But the gypsies were nowhere to be seen, as they are tough only when they outnumber someone thirty to one or when the opponent is a woman or an elderly person.
The terrorized residents of Kunszentmárton were happy seeing the “betyárs” in town. They waved from the windows and greeted them with great affection. At least, for a brief period of time they could feel safe in their own homes. A police car shadowed the “betyárs” from a distance but the demonstration ended without incident. As night descended, the “betyárs” disappeared from sight as quickly as they appeared. They were happy to see that at least, for a short period of time, they could bring smile on the faces of the terror-stricken residents of Kunszentmárton.
(Notes: Who are the “betyárs”? They are patriots; most of them are practising martial artists whose mission is to help the downtrodden and those cannot defend themselves. They don't have formal organization and they don't wear uniform; they don't organize marches or any formal drills; they just appear where the need arises and after accomplishing their mission they drop out of sight.)
(szentkoronaradio.com – hungarianambiance.com)
Updated: 2010-11-24 08:02
Premier Wen Jiabao shakes hands with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin on a visit to St. Petersburg on Tuesday.ALEXEY DRUZHININ / AFP
St. Petersburg, Russia - China and Russia have decided to renounce the US dollar and resort to using their own currencies for bilateral trade, Premier Wen Jiabao and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin announced late on Tuesday.
Chinese experts said the move reflected closer relations between Beijing and Moscow and is not aimed at challenging the dollar, but to protect their domestic economies.
"About trade settlement, we have decided to use our own currencies," Putin said at a joint news conference with Wen in St. Petersburg.
The two countries were accustomed to using other currencies, especially the dollar, for bilateral trade. Since the financial crisis, however, high-ranking officials on both sides began to explore other possibilities.
The yuan has now started trading against the Russian rouble in the Chinese interbank market, while the renminbi will soon be allowed to trade against the rouble in Russia, Putin said.
"That has forged an important step in bilateral trade and it is a result of the consolidated financial systems of world countries," he said.
Putin made his remarks after a meeting with Wen. They also officiated at a signing ceremony for 12 documents, including energy cooperation.
The documents covered cooperation on aviation, railroad construction, customs, protecting intellectual property, culture and a joint communiqu. Details of the documents have yet to be released.
Putin said one of the pacts between the two countries is about the purchase of two nuclear reactors from Russia by China's Tianwan nuclear power plant, the most advanced nuclear power complex in China.
Putin has called for boosting sales of natural resources - Russia's main export - to China, but price has proven to be a sticking point.
Russian Deputy Prime Minister Igor Sechin, who holds sway over Russia's energy sector, said following a meeting with Chinese representatives that Moscow and Beijing are unlikely to agree on the price of Russian gas supplies to China before the middle of next year.
Russia is looking for China to pay prices similar to those Russian gas giant Gazprom charges its European customers, but Beijing wants a discount. The two sides were about $100 per 1,000 cubic meters apart, according to Chinese officials last week.
Wen's trip follows Russian President Dmitry Medvedev's three-day visit to China in September, during which he and President Hu Jintao launched a cross-border pipeline linking the world's biggest energy producer with the largest energy consumer.
Wen said at the press conference that the partnership between Beijing and Moscow has "reached an unprecedented level" and pledged the two countries will "never become each other's enemy".
Over the past year, "our strategic cooperative partnership endured strenuous tests and reached an unprecedented level," Wen said, adding the two nations are now more confident and determined to defend their mutual interests.
"China will firmly follow the path of peaceful development and support the renaissance of Russia as a great power," he said.
"The modernization of China will not affect other countries' interests, while a solid and strong Sino-Russian relationship is in line with the fundamental interests of both countries."
Wen said Beijing is willing to boost cooperation with Moscow in Northeast Asia, Central Asia and the Asia-Pacific region, as well as in major international organizations and on mechanisms in pursuit of a "fair and reasonable new order" in international politics and the economy.
Sun Zhuangzhi, a senior researcher in Central Asian studies at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, said the new mode of trade settlement between China and Russia follows a global trend after the financial crisis exposed the faults of a dollar-dominated world financial system.
Pang Zhongying, who specializes in international politics at Renmin University of China, said the proposal is not challenging the dollar, but aimed at avoiding the risks the dollar represents.
Wen arrived in the northern Russian city on Monday evening for a regular meeting between Chinese and Russian heads of government.
He left St. Petersburg for Moscow late on Tuesday and is set to meet with Russian President Dmitry Medvedev on Wednesday.
Agencies and Zhou Wa contributed to this story.
According to recent Tarki poll, conducted in November, Fidesz popularity grew among the general population from 44% to 49%.
The socialists support slightly dropped from 11% to 10%.
The support of other two opposition parties – Jobbik, LMP – remained the same. Jobbik has 6% and the LMP 4% support.
Among decided voters Fidesz support jumped from 64% in October to 71% in November.
The socialists support dropped from 16% to 14%.
In this category Jobbik support is 8%, which is a slight drop from the 10% in October.
The LMP support is 6%.
(tarki.hu – hungarianambiance.com)
The first time you wear your Lenoar3Do 3D glasses and hold the bird in your hand that functions as a 3D mouse, you will have a feeling of wonder such as when a person first drives a car and feels control over the power of the engine. With Leonar3Do, you are able to control how you move within space: you can create and pull objects 'out' from the monitor with the cursor. As with the car, the experience is real: the control is yours, you have power over space. This alone is a unique experience, but with Leonar3Do you are capable of much more.
To read more about the took kit visit the inventor's website
“Szimpozion” and the “Labrisz Leszbikus Egyesület” begin a lecture series in the near future to introduce high school and university students to homosexual lifestyle camouflaged as information campaign.
The ministry responsible for high education approved the project without objection.
The two groups are the local arms of the international homosexual lobby advocating deviant behavior worldwide packaged in pseudo-scientific bundles. Seemingly, the purpose of the campaign is to dispel fear and clear up misconceptions about the gay lifestyle.
In the lecture series, promoters are using workshops in school settings to discuss issues related to the homosexual lifestyle. In plain English, the goal is to carry out an underhanded attack on the heterosexual lifestyle and promote homosexuality by covering up its essence -- homosexuality is a personality disorder based on gender confusion.
Since year 2000, the two organizations have already delivered three hundred lectures in various high school and university settings. The lecturers made up by a gay man and a lesbian woman in order that they can answer any questions audience ask during presentations.
The Ministry of Human Resources also responsible for education let the talks go ahead. Officials said “...if something exists apart from the normal we should talk about it,”.
However, not everybody agrees with this opinion. Ilona Ékes (Fidesz), member of parliament said members of these groups are openly engaged in homosexual activities and therefore, they are unsuitable for educating young people.
(magyarnemzet.hu – hungarianambiance.com)
Three hundred members of the “Székely Nemzeti Tanács” visited Hungary the last week at the anniversary of 1918 founding of the organization that has been promoting the autonomy of “Székelyföld” (Székelyland) ever since.
Members of the delegation met with László Kövér, the speaker of the parliament and several other dignitaries supporting the autonomy of “Székelyföld”.
The “Székely Nemzeti Tanács” was one of the members of the Upper Chamber of the Hungarian Parliament until the Bolshevik takeover of the country in 1950.
Balázs Izsák the head of the “Székely Nemzeti Tanács” said “Székelyföld” constitutes a treasure that is part of the Hungarian nation. “Therefore, our struggle aiming at not only the survival of the Székelys but the entire Hungarian nation”.
László Kövér said the “Székely Nemzeti Tanács” can always count on the support of the Hungarian parliament in its struggle for autonomy.
The delegation asked the Hungarian government and state institutions to support the autonomy initiative of “Székelyföld” and promote the plan on international forums as well in Hungarian-Romanian bilateral negotiations. The “Székely Nemzeti Tanács” asking the government to help incorporating the recommendations of the European Council on autonomy and regional governments into the Hungarian-Romanian intergovernmental agreement and reptesent “Székelyföld” on international forums.
(szentkoronaradio.com – hungarianambiance.com)
This year, several nationalist groups – Młodzież Wszechpolska (All-Polish Youth) and Obóz Narodowo-Radykalny (National Radical Camp) organized an Independence March in Warsaw.
Some famous celebrities, too, joined the march, among them musician Paweł Kukiz, historian Jan Żaryn and journalist Rafał Ziemkiewicz.
Football fans of Legia Warsaw, Lech Poznan, ŁKS Łódź, Polonia Warsaw, Lechia Gdańsk, Jagiellonia Białystok, Radomiak Radom, GKS Katowice and Wisła Kraków were also among the marchers.
Participants paraded through Warsaw and chanted slogans such as “Pride, Pride, National Pride”, “Poland is great”, “God, Honor, Homeland”. The march ended at the monument of Roman Dmowski.
There were some skirmishes among patriotic youth and those opposing the event – mostly anarchists and communists.
(szentkoronaradio.com – hungarianambiance.com)
ATLANTIC CITY -- Hungarian former WBC cruiser weight (200 pounds) and WBO light heavyweight (175 pounds) champion Zsolt Erdei earned an eight-round, unanimous decision over Kenyan Samson Onyango to remain undefeated before a Boardwalk Hall crowd that included several of Erdei's screaming, flag-waving, partisan countryman on Saturday night.
Judges John McKay and Joe Pasquale had it 80-72 for Erdei, and Ron McNair, 79-73, as Erdei rose to 32-0, with 17 knockouts, and Onyango slipped to 20-7, with 13 KOs.
"I worked out the rust tonight after being out of the ring for a year. I was a little hesitant and my heart was beating. Next time, it will be a different game. I controlled him with my jab," said Erdei, who has signed with Lou DiBella promotions.
"I used the right hand a little bit, but it wasn't precise enough. Next time, I'll be able to hit anybody with it," said Erdei. "It's up to my promoter who I fight next, but we're taking it step by step. It's special for me to be in America, and we're going to take it step by step."
Erdei-Onyango took place on the under card of a main event featuring WBC middleweight (160 pounds) champion Sergio Martinez (45-2-2, 24 KOs) in a rematch opposite Paul Williams (39-1, 27 KOs) in a clash of southpaws whose first bout, won by Williams on a disputed majority decision in December, featured both fighters being dropped in the first round.
In a letter to President Pál Schmitt, Béla Balás the bishop of Kaposvár objected the plan to base the new constitution on the “Szent Korona Tan” ( Szent Korona Tan is a set of principles on which the historical constitution of Hungary is based).
The bishop said „az új magyar alkotmány előkészítésekor politikai, vallási feszültséget gerjesztenénk, továbbá időt, erőt veszítenénk, ha nem vennénk figyelembe az elmúlt évszázadok változásait"
“...by planning the new Hungarian constitution, we lose time and vitality and create religious and political tension if we don't take into account the changes of the past centuries.”
He also said the following: „a szeretet azt diktálja, hogy értékeinket, hagyományainkat fordítsuk le a világ által beszélt új nyelvre (…), mert az ősi szabályozás betű szerinti folytatása ma sokak számára nemcsak érthetetlen, hanem fenyegető is.”
“...love commands to translate our tradition to present day terminologies because the ancient codifications are not only confusing but also threatening for many people.”
More background information HERE!
(szentkoronaradio.com – hungarianambiance.com)
Speaking to Hungarian Journalists in Lisbon, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said Central Europe cannot be a loser of the ongoing global readjustment taking place in the world.
This is a very important concern because in the past, there were periods when this region was “a loser rather than the winner” of the changes.
The prime minister pointed out that an increasing number of countries in Europe developing bilateral relations with Russia.
NATO doesn't consider Russia as enemy but a partner. Russia wants to join the WTO and sooner or later her efforts will produce result said the prime minister. Currently, we are witnessing a historic shift that will culminate in an alliance between EU and Russia.
In the changing global environment Central Europe needs guarantees that should include economic and political independence. For the time being “only us who are raising these questions” but in the future these voices will be more discernible in other countries as well.
Referring to NATO's recent declaration of the missile defense shield initiative, the prime minister said the “shield is not enough you need sword” too. He said Russia won't participate in the missile defense shield program but maintain her separate defense program; but the two system might coordinate their operations.
Regarding Afghanistan, the prime minister said there was an agreement among NATO countries that they will remain united in their mission in the region. The Hungarian military increased its involvement in NATO operations in Afghanistan said Orbán. However, he sees troubling signs in the Balkan, pointing out that some of the countries in the region don't have clear vision about their future. Both EU and NATO still have things to do in this part of the world among them expanding EU and NATO membership to the region.
(mno.hu – hungarianambiance.com)