Picture of the day: Optical illusions

Monday, February 28, 2011

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Can you see the animation? Actually, it is an illusion. You can stop the animation by staring at one spot for a couple of seconds or look at the black center of each circle and it will stop moving.

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Viktor Orbán on improving crime and public safety

Sunday, February 27, 2011

In a Facebook entry, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán indicated that the government is working on a new criminal code that incorporates plans of lowering the minimum age of criminal responsibility for juveniles.

In the Facebook entry, the prime minister is praising police for making inroads in the fight against crime, especially in shoplifting. He stressed that since Fidesz coming to power, the security of the people improved and public trust in police returned. (Notes: this is an extravagant claim as the people on the street think the exact opposite, as Gypsy criminals making the lives of citizens miserable, especially in the small towns of the north-eastern part of the country).

The prime minister claimed that the "Three Strikes and You're Out" legislation is bearing fruit as the crime rate in small towns is declining. (Notes: Again, the "Three Strikes and You're Out" legislation has no positive impact on the crime rate).

Starting March 6th, two thousand new officers enter into the police force that will make a difference from the public safety point of view said the prime minister.

(Notes: Unfortunately, the government is on the wrong track when expecting improvements from the changes in the criminal code. Stricter sentences and lowering the age of criminal responsibility for juveniles won't deter criminals from committing crimes, as the mental capacity of Gypsies is such that they don't comprehend the link between their actions and stricter law enforcement. If the prime minister wants to fight gypsy crime, he needs an expert adviser – an anthropologist – that understands the cultural ramifications of gypsy crime. Zoltán Balogh, a reformed church minister, who is currently responsible for gypsy integration, is unsuitable for the job, as he has no understanding of the nature of gypsy crime, especially the socio-cultural aspects of anti-social behavior. The problem of gypsy crime cannot be solved by invoking the Holy Spirit; only realistic measures can produce results. Jobbik's proposals are the most realistic among all ideas anyone has offered in recent years. The residential school system has already proven to be working in other parts of the world, for instance in Canada – even if Canadians used the system for the wrong purpose, but that is another story).

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Median: Fidesz support has been eroding

Saturday, February 26, 2011

Recent survey by Median suggesting that Fidesz support slowly but steadily eroding and the mood of the population is getting gloomier.

According to the survey, if elections would be held today, only 45 percent of the population would bother to vote. This number is the lowest in any consecutive voting period.

The number of undecided voters have been gradually increasing from 25 percent at the spring election to 35 percent in February 2011. This is the lowest mark in six years.

During this period Fidesz lost about 7 percent of its supporters -- about half a million people.

Voters ,however, don't go to the Socialists, as the party support remaining unchanged since the election, about 12 percent.

According to the survey only Jobbik could increase its popular support by about 2 percent.

Among decided voters Fidesz still has a substantial lead and its supporters are still very active. If elections would be held today, 64 percent of Fidesz supporters would vote, but only 54 percent of socialist voters.

But the good news is that the socialists remaining the most disliked party on the Hungarian political scene.

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Shocking video about gypsy terror in Gyöngyöspata

The video is about the life of a small town terrorized by gypsy criminals on a daily basis. The extent of terror is such that even the presence of the camera doesn't scare gypsy criminals from threatening residents.

An elderly man, has just committed suicide said the old ladies. He couldn't bear the torment of gypsies that spat on him and attacked him on the street in broad daylight.

The mayor of the town admits that without outside help nothing can be done to stop violence. Police failing to protect the residents of the town that would be their constitutional duty. From this point of view, authorities are complicit in gypsy crime and they should be held responsible for the terror that has been going on in Gyöngyöspata and many other small towns in north-east Hungary.

Gyöngyöspata is just one small town that the Fidesz government let down; but there are hundreds like this suffering silently under gypsy terror, tacitly supported by liberals and globalist agents.

One of the most sinister aspects of this treasonous policy of the government is that police barring residents from calling outside help to protect themselves; because help is available. The Hungarian Guard is ready to act on short notice if need be, however, the organization has been banned in order that liberals and other pseudo-human rights organizations can continue tormenting the population by using gypsies as their chief weapon.

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Hungarians remember the victims of communism

Friday, February 25, 2011

On February 25, Hungarians remember the victims of communism. The estimated number of victims of communism worldwide are close 100 million; in Hungary, this number is half a million. The numbers include victims that died in concentration camps, detention centers and during deportations.

Millions have survived but remained psychologically scarred, unable to put their lives back together.

February 25 was picked as the day of remembrance because on this day, in 1947, the Bolsheviks arrested Béla Kovács the first secretary of the Small Holders party.

Levente Murányi, the hero of the 1956 revolution, currently Jobbik member of parliament, wrote in his memoirs “On February 25, we remember the martyrs but in the mean time, we say to the people we won't let any alternative of the communist system to reemerge and ruin the lives of decent people once again”.

While unveiling a “Rovásíras” city sign in Miskolc, Csanád Szegedi noted that the most nefarious ideology ever existed is still with us. The successors of the communist party are still sitting in parliament. These Hungarian haters are still polluting the cultural scene in the media; they are responsible for the looting of the country in past 20 years and for the missed opportunity to complete the spiritual renewal of the country.

Jobbik holds commemoration services in all over the country. You can check the various locations on the party website.

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Picture of the day: Socialist mafioso Miklós Hagyó released from jail

Thursday, February 24, 2011

Socialist mafioso Miklós Hagyó released from jail and put under house arrest. The criminal spent 9 months in jail and didn't like the lack of comfort, according to blikk.

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Shocking: Fidesz member of parliament demanded the use of live ammunition in 2006

Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Shocking news came to light about the 2006 uprising in Budapest, due to the release of classified information by the government. According to the information, a member of parliament, András Nyitray, who is sitting on Fidesz benches, demanded the police chief of the Gyurcsány regime to use live ammunition against protesters during the 2006 uprising. This disturbing information shows the true colors of some members of the Fidesz party and their views on the 2006 uprising aiming to oust the illegitimate Gyurcsány regime that came to power by lies and vote rigging.

András Nyitray said “A szolgálatban levő rendőr az egyik olyan, aki egyébként, ha az ő életét es testi épségét fenyegető veszéllyel találja magát szemben, minden külön engedély nélkül használhatja a fegyverét, és akit mondjuk kockakövekkel hajigálnak - és higgyek el, hogy isteni szerencse, hogy ott nem halt meg egy-két rendőr, meg egy-két nem rendőr is,hozzáteszem, mert ott össze-vissza hajigálták a köveket. Ha ez nem elég jog arra, hogy valaki használja a fegyverét, akkor itt nagy baj van”

“Policeman on duty is one of the authorities, that can use his weapon without permission, if he faces a situation that threatens his life – like when rocks are thrown towards him; believe me, it was just the result of pure chance that there were no police or civilians casualties in the clashes, because there everybody threw rocks in every directions. If these situations weren't sufficient to use weapons, then there are problems with the system”.

Unfortunately, this incident shows that Fidesz is loaded with individuals not worthy of public office. Let's hope that party officials remove this embarrassing politician from its ranks, otherwise the party may lose the confidence of its supporters that in a large part backed the uprising.

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Fake Al Qaeda

"The truth is, there is no Islamic army or terrorist group called Al Qaida. And any informed intelligence officer knows this. But there is a propaganda campaign to make the public believe in the presence of an identified entity representing the 'devil' only in order to drive the TV watcher to accept a unified international leadership for a war against terrorism. The country behind this propaganda is the US . . ." -- Pierre-Henri Bunel

"Ana raicha Al Qaeda" is colloquial for "I'm going to the toilet". A very common and widespread use of the word "Al-Qaeda" in different Arab countries in the public language is for the toilet bowl. This name comes from the Arabic verb "Qa'ada" which mean "to sit", pertinently, on the "Toilet Bowl". In most Arabs homes there are two kinds of toilets: "Al-Qaeda" also called the "Hamam Franji" or foreign toilet, and "Hamam Arabi" or "Arab toilet" which is a hole in the ground. Lest we forget it, the potty used by small children is called "Ma Qa'adia" or "Little Qaeda".

So, if you were forming a terrorist group, would you call yourself, "The Toilet"?


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Education cooperation between Hungary and China

Huawei, a Chinese telecommunication company sponsors 15 Hungarian university students each year, between 2011 and 2015 to attend Chinese universities. Initially, two Hungarian universities participating in the program – the Technical University (Műszaki Egyetem) and the Corvinus University.

Rózsa Hoffman, secretary of education and Gao Jian, Chinese ambassador to Hungary signed the scholarship agreement at the Hungarian Academy of Science.

The goal of the “Innovative Leaders of Tomorrow” scholarship program is to help Hungarian students getting involved in Chinese telecommunication and research programs for the benefits of both nations.

The scholarship worth $2000; students pursuing logistics, marketing, telecommunications and related fields can apply for the scholarship. During their stay in China, students visit Huawei research facilities to get a closer look what has been going on in the field of research and development.

At the signing ceremony, Rózsa Hoffmann said bilateral relations between China and Hungary have been developing rapidly in recent years. As an example, she mentioned the founding of the Chinese-Hungarian bilingual school in 2004, in Budapest and the establishment of the Confucius Institute at the Budapest University (ELTE).

Gao Jian stressed that China continues the open door policy around the world. He hopes that in the future more Chinese companies follow the example of Huawei and offer scholarship to students so helping the development of bilateral relations between the two countries.

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'World on threshold of major change'

Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says the World is going to experience a major change, as humanity is striving to understand the truths.

“Today, we witness that humanity is striving to realize the truth and the world is on the threshold of an enormous change,” Ahmadinejad said in his speech to Iranian officials and representatives of the Islamic countries in Tehran on Monday.

“Achieving justice is rapidly turning into a global objective,” IRNA quoted him as saying.

Ahmadinejad said that despite efforts by arrogant powers to spread hatemongering and enmity in social and human relations, friendship and brotherly relations are taking over.

“While the global arrogance is hatching complex, satanic plots, the people are awaking and, God willing, the time has come for the extinction of the arrogant powers,” the chief executive went on to say.

The current era is the time for the establishment of the rule of justice, Ahmadinejad pointed out.

“When the oppressed people of the world rise for justice and monotheism, the grounds will be prepared for the righteous to rule the world,” he added.

Ahmadinejad's remarks came as pro-democracy movements have been spreading across Arab countries in recent weeks.

Last month in Tunisia, nationwide outrage at the government's suppressive policies sparked a massive revolution that ended the 23-year-long rule of its president Zine El Abidine Ben Ali and forced him to flee to Saudi Arabia.

On February 11, the popular revolution in Egypt, which started on January 25, ended the three-decade-long rule of US-backed dictator Hosni Mubarak.

Other pro-democracy uprisings have also flourished in Bahrain, Yemen, Libya, Algeria and Jordan, as more Arab countries are expected to witness similar popular revolts.



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Police captured the fourth member of a gypsy gang savagely murdered a middle-aged couple last October

As we reported earlier, last October, a gypsy gang savagely murdered a middle-aged couple in the town of Pilis.

The victims, L. Áron (53) and his girlfriend K. Mária (56) were found in their home beaten and stabbed to death the following day. The gang took cash and gold jewelry from the couple that police recovered after capturing three of the culprits – L. Géza, B. József, and D. Tamásné.

The fourth member of the gang, however went into hiding and avoided arrest up until now.

The bloodstained room where the couple was murdered

In the early hours today, police arrested the fourth gypsy, N. Attila, in a house in the 9th district of Budapest. According to police sources, the gypsy grew a beard to disguise himself to avoid arrest.

Police accusing the gang with robbery and premeditated murder.

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Jobbik introduces a new draft to revamp the welfare system

Monday, February 21, 2011

The bill signed by Zsolt Baráth, Tamás Sneider, Sebestyén Vágó and Dániel  Z. Kárpát, Jobbik members of parliament. The draft aiming to give a complete face-lift to the welfare system that in the current incarnation wasting tremendous amount of resources without helping those suppose to benefit from the program.

The system in its present form provides cash payments to recipients that the majority of the cases spent on alcohol and drugs rather than essential necessities.

The new proposal outlines a system where welfare recipients would receive special credit cards rather than cash payments. The concept is similar to the American food stamp program.

According to the draft, welfare recipients could use the credit card in designated commercial outlets selling mostly Hungarian made products. The shops would be required to make a deal with the municipality where they are located.

The bill carefully outlines the kind of products recipients could buy with the credit card. No alcohol or drugs could be purchased by the credit card, only essential consumer products like food, clothing, schooling equipments and so on and so forth.

The credit card couldn't be exchanged for cash or any other financial services either. The new welfare legislation wouldn't cut off completely cash payments to recipients; they still would receive 20 percent of the assistance in cash and the rest in the form of credit.

The advantage of this system would be that recipients could spend the social assistance on essential items rather than on drug or alcohol; currently, the majority of welfare recipients spend their social assistance on alcohol, lottery and slot machines, while the children of these irresponsible parents go to school hungry.

If the parliament pass the bill, it may turn out to be one of the most important legislations in recent years.

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Hungarian university develops super fast printer

Budapest, February 21, 2011 (MTI-ECONEWS) - Hungary's Pannon University has developed an industrial label printer with a capacity of 60 pages per minute, about three times faster than the fastest available printer available on the market at present, the university told MTI.

The printer and the software that operates it were developed by a team headed by Zoltan Juhasz. The printhead, which has 70,000 jets, is made by US-based Memjet. Hungary's Own X has just started serial production of the printers, called Speedstar 3000, at its base in Esztergom, near Budapest. This year, the company has orders for 3,000 of the printers from companies around the world.
The technology used to make the printer comes from Australia and the United States as well as Hungary.


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Conductor, Zoltán Kocsis rejecting the slanderous remarks by András Schiff and his ilks

For months, the corporate media have been slandering the Hungarian government by accusing the Orban administration of all sorts of ridiculous lies.

In recent months, several “artists” among them András Schiff and Ádám Fischer accused the Hungarian government of racism, intolerance towards minorities and restriction of freedom.

Today, Béla Tarr joined to this distinguished group of people with more outrageous lies. In an interview with Der Tagesspiegel, Tarr said these noxious remarks “I'm a free man but I don't live in a free country”...”Hungarian artists are against the cultural policy of the government...András Schiff already spoke about the government's racist policy and the cutting off funding for film productions”.

Replying to a question whether he is thinking about leaving the country Tarr said “It is the government that should go not me”. (Note: I wonder what this pretentious man think about himself. Winning the Silver Bear prize is not a license for arrogance).

Speaking to Süddeutsche Zeitung, Zoltán Kocsis the director of “Nemzeti Filharmonikusok” orchestra rejected the accusations of liberal artists by saying that “In the corporate media, the Hungarian government is portrayed as a satanic force, but this is not so; it is a democratic government and it is a lie that people are living in fear in Hungary”.

Most of the artist that are slandering the government are not even residing in Hungary.

Kocsis also rejected the charges that the Hungarian government is antisemitic; he said “There are thirteen gypsy and Jewish musicians in my orchestra”.

According to Kocsis, it was Ferenc Gyurcsany and his government that neglected culture. The conductor spoke highly about the current secretary of education Rózsa Hoffman.

Today, Béla Tarr denied that he said the kind of things Der Tagesspiegel published about him. He even dissociated himself from the interview. But we have to take this development with a grain of salt. We know that lying, slandering and using double standards is the second nature of liberals and Der Tagesspiegel is an extremist liberal news portal. It might be that the mentioned publication distorted Tarr's words. But even if he used different wording than what Der Tagesspiegel claimed were used, it still doesn't change the fact that he is in the same boat as the liberal Hungarian haters and slanderers, as he admitted signing a petition that condemns the Hungarian government's cultural policy. It is noteworthy that these masters of deceit and double standards never condemned the cultural and social devastation that the treasonous psychopath Gyurcsany and his regime did to the country in the past eight years.

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Gaddafi leaves Libya: Report

Sunday, February 20, 2011

Libya's Muammar Gaddafi has left his country for Venezuela or Brazil, as protests calling on him to step down have turned violent, a report says.

Government's crackdown on people to put down the protests against Gaddafi's 41-year rule turned out to be counterproductive as demonstrations continued on Sunday.

The repression became bloodier when security forces opened fire on thousands of people gathered to mourn for those killed on Saturday clashes in Benghazi.

EU and US have condemned the suppression of pro-democracy protesters and expressed concern about "disturbing reports and images coming out of Libya."

The rights group Amnesty International has also urged the Libyan government to stop its crackdown on peaceful demonstrations.

Meanwhile, Libyan envoy to the Arab League Abdel Moneim al-Honi and the country's Ambassador to China Hussein Sadeq Al Misurati, have resigned to join the protests.

Al-Honi has submitted his resignation "in protest against the acts of repression and violence against demonstrators."

Al Misurati told Al Jazeera TV that he was not "honored to represent a regime that kills its people."

An opposition leader has said that all tribes across the country have joined the anti-government protests, reports said.

Latest figures show the death toll from clashes in Libya's massive popular uprising is nearing 300.



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The Gyöngyöshalász “Rovásíras” town sign has been stolen

The “Rovásíras” town sign that Gábor Vona unveiled two days ago has been stolen.

Somebody sawed off the wood structure and took it away. The culprits could be either gypsies or liberal hate mongers who don't like the fact that the Hungarian people are waking up to reality.

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Györgyi Keleti will be extradited to Italy

Saturday, February 19, 2011

The ex-playmate lost her battle to get extradited to Hungary. Today, a German judge rejected Hungary's extradition request; as a result, Györgyi Keleti will be handed over to Italian authorities within two weeks to stand trial in Italy on prostitution related charges.

According to Alexander Klein, Keleti's lawyer nothing can be done anymore, other than postponing the extradition order.

According to the lawyer, in Italy the daughter of the ex-minister of defense will be taken into custody, but there is a slight chance that she might be allowed to remain free until sentencing.

Before going to Germany, Györgyi Keleti posted a comment on a community site about her mental state, which is quite shocking.

According to Új Ász she said: “Look at this girl, from a distance she looks miserable, but if you get close to her you can see the pain that life inflicted on her. She is dead inside. She doesn't dare to attach herself to anyone. She has never had big expectations in life. She wanted only one thing in life – love”.

Two days after posting this comment, she traveled to Germany where she was immediately arrested on an international warrant issued against her by Italy.

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MDF recalls Lajos Bokros from the European Parliament

Photo: STOP/Szokolay László

MDF, the party that sent Lajos Bokros to the European Parliament wants to recall him from his post. Zsolt Makay, the new leader of the party said 80 percent of party executives want Lajos Bokros to return his mandate.

According the Makay, Lajos Bokros has never consulted with party leaders about the content of his speeches given in the EU parliament; therefore, the party considers Bokros' views on national and international issues, a private opinion.

Makay said he would write to Mr. Bokros on Monday asking him to give back his mandate. If he doesn't, he will be considered as a “mandate thief” said Makay.

The idea of recalling Bokros from the European Parliament came up a month ago; then, Zsolt Makay said the party decides on Bokros' job at the party congress, in February. Today, Makay has followed up on party decision by starting proceedings of removing Bokros from his position.

(Note: Bokros is not obliged to give his mandate back. It would be surprising, if the globalist stooge would have the personal integrity and return his mandate to the party that nominated him for the job. An outcome like this close to zero. The soviet educated puppet, probably complete his mandate in the European Parliament for the satisfaction of his global masters that he swore allegiance, in government and as an employee of IMF.)

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Uyghur cultural event in Budapest

A 28 member delegation of the Uyghur Pen Club arrives in Budapest, on February 20, to take part in a large scale cultural event organized by the Hungarian Ministry of Culture, the Hungarian Writers Federation, the Hungarian Pen Club and the International Pen Club.

One of the goals of the event is to introduce the Uyghur literature to Hungarian audiences. The public programs begin on Monday, when visitors can meet Uyghur literary figures and can listen to readings from their works. In the afternoon, Professor László Szörényi holds a lecture about the Uyghur-Hungarian ancient history at the light of the findings of Asia explorer, Aurél Stein. In the evening the Este a London-Uyghur Ensemble plays traditional Uyghur music.

The Uyghur Pen was founded in 2009, in Istanbul. The third congress of the Uyghur Writers' Federation will be held in Budapest said Tibor Weiner Sennyey.

Uyghurs and Hungarians are kindred people, both people are descended from Attila the Hun whose great empire once extended from China to Europe.

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Gábor Vona unveiled “Hungarian Rovás” town sign in Gyöngyöshalász

Friday, February 18, 2011

The program of setting up town signs inscribed in ancient Hungarian Runes was launched by MEP Csanád Szegedi, in 2010. The initial aim was to unveil at least, 100 city signs in various municipalities, in 2010. But, the ultimate goal is to advance the idea to the point where each municipality has its own unique city sign written in the ancient Hungarian script.

Jobbik called upon the government to fund the project because the ancient scrip is a unique feature of Hungarian culture and part of the history of the nation. Jobbik is also asking the government to make “Rovásíras” part of the curriculum in elementary schools so that when finishing their education every child of the country can read and write the ancient script.

Since the project has been started municipalities around the country continually erecting “Rovásíras” town signs. In Heves county, Gyöngyöshalász was the first municipality that erected such a town sign. Heves county is the region where Jobbik chief, Gábor Vona was born. Soon, others municipalities follow Gyöngyöshalász in setting up their own projects -- among them Visonta, Gyöngyös and Hatvan.

At the unveiling ceremony, Gyula Szabó, Gyöngyöshalász's deputy-mayor said the town sign reflects our history and “Rovásíras” should be thought in every school because it is a cultural feature that everybody should be proud of.

Gábor Vona said besides financial concerns, leaders of municipalities should also to take care of the cultural needs of the people. “Rovásíras” town signs are proofs indicating peoples understanding that there is no future without past. “We have the same bloodline, we are all descended from Attila” said Vona. The Hungarian is an ancient culture and not a patchwork of influences that certain interest groups would like us to believe.

The Hun-Hungarian runes is an ancient form of writing system. Our ancestors used it until the 17-18 century. After that the Habsburgs banned and prosecuted it but Hungarians kept using it as a form of secrete communication for many years to come.

The communist-liberal rampage of the past sixty years almost eliminated this unique cultural heritage, but experts resurrected it and now, “Rovásíras” is flourishing and more and more young people are learning it. Today, it has become the symbol of unity among Hungarians living in the Carpathian basin.

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Obrusánszky Borbála: Batu harminc levele

A Habsburg történetírás „érdeme”, hogy a keletről érkező és velünk szövetséget kereső népeket vad barbárnak tartjuk. A 13. században a kelet felől érkező mongolok esetében sem történt másként. Talán alig akad olyan hazai történész, aki elfogadná, hogy a mongolok nem pusztítani és rombolni akartak, hanem a nyugat-európai államok elleni hadjárathoz rokoni segítséget kértek.

A mongol részeken, így Mongóliában és a Kínához tartozó Belső-Mongóliában kissé másként értékelik a 1241-1242-es közép-európai mongol hadjáratot, mint nálunk a finnugrista történészek. Mind az ulánbátori, mind a höhhoti kutatók egyértelműen állítják: Batu kán szövetséget akart kötni a magyar királlyal. Amikor értesültek Julianus barát által lemásolt mongol káni levélről, abból teljes bizonyosságot nyertek, hogy elméletük helyes. Mi is szerepel abban a levélben?

Batu kán kivár

A hatalmas, és a fél világot leigázó Batu kán, Dzsingisz kán unokája a következő levelet küldte IV. Béla királyunknak: „Én, a kán, az égi király küldötte, akinek hatalom adatott a földön a nekem meghódolókat felemelni és az ellenállókat elnyomni, csodálkozom feletted, Magyarország királya, hogy midőn már a harmincadik ízben küldöttem követeket hozzád, miért nem küldesz közülük senkit, de még követeidet és válaszlevelet sem küldesz nekem.”

A mongol kutatók ezt olvasva tényleg meglepődtek, hiszen a mongol kánok soha senkinek sem küldtek egynél több levelet, illetve követet. Ha az útnak indított megbízottuk nem tért vissza időben útjáról, az felért egy hadüzenettel és azt az országot a mongolok azonnal lerohanták, királyi nemzetségét kiirtották és az országot beolvasztották birodalmukba. Hogyan történhetett, hogy Batu ennyire megbocsátó volt a magyar királlyal? A sokszori próbálkozásnak valószínűleg nagyon komoly oka lehetett, melyet a keleti kutatók, köztük a belső-mongol Ucsiraltu, Bajartu és az ulánbátori Dzs. Boldbátor a következőképpen magyaráztak.

Szövetség nyugat ellen

A szkíta-hun államok ideológiája szerint az íjfeszítő népeknek egységet kell alkotni, ezért úgy vélték, hogy a történelem folyamán mindig születik egy nagyfejedelem, aki összefogja ezen népeket és az egész sztyeppei térség ezáltal újra és újra egyesülhet. Ez volt a nagy birodalmak születésének oka, ezért indultak el a szkíták, a hunok, a türkök és a mongolok keletről nyugatra, hogy az ősi egységet megteremtsék, nem pedig célok nélkül kóboroltak a pusztákon, vagy egymás elől menekültek népvándorlások sorozatában. A korai források egyértelműen leírták, hogy minden égi uralkodónak, vagyis Tengri kánnak az volt a küldetése, hogy az idegen uralom alatt élő, vagy szétszóródott népeket egyesítsék. Ezért történt a hunok európai hadjárata, majd az avar Baján kán Kárpát-medencei bejövetele, később pedig Árpád fejedelem hon visszafoglalása. A fenti mongol kutatók azt vallják, a mongolok között ismert volt, hogy a Magyar Királyság volt Hunnia központja és a magyarok a hunok leszármazottjai, ezért kerestek velünk szövetséget, hogy aztán közösen vezessenek hadat „Németország” ellen, ahogyan ez célként Julianus első levelében is szerepelt. Minden valószínűség szerint Batu azért várt olyan hosszan, azért küldött harminc követet Bélához. Miután nem érkezett meg a magyar király válasza, sőt Babenberg Frigyes csapatai folyamatosan támadták a határ menti mongol erőket, Batu elhatározta, hogy megindul a távoli, neki ellenszegülő rokonnép, a magyar ellen.

Európai diplomáciai húzás

Minden eseménynél meg kell vizsgálnunk, kinek állt érdekében, hogy a magyarokat keleti rokonaik ellen fordítsák. Két nyugat-európai hatalomnak is jól jött volna, ha a Magyar Királyság eltűnik a térképről, mint ahogyan a nyugati híradások a tatárjárás után örvendezve arról számoltak be, hogy Magyarország megszűnt létezni! Az egyik hatalom az európai politikában meghatározó szerepet játszó pápaság volt, aki éppen akkortájt keveredett pénzügyi vitába Bélával. Ő ugyanis nem nevezett ki püspököket és az egyházi kerületek bevételeit az országban tartotta, Róma így nem részesült a magyar javakból. Éppen ezért a pápaságnak érdekében állt, hogy az Európában egyedül ellene lázadó és a pápai rendeleteteket semmibe vevő magyar királyokat megbüntesse. Mivel Julianus révén pontos értesüléseik voltak a mongolokról, tudták, hogyan lehet a mongolokat és a magyarokat egymás ellen hangolni.

A másik ellenség nyugati szomszédunk, a Babenbergek voltak, akik meg akarták szerezni az Árpádok trónját. II. Frigyes akkori herceg minden eszközt bevetett, hogy célját megvalósítsa. Amikor Béla hozzá fordult tatár ügyben segítségért, ő azonnal Budára ment és tanácsokkal látta el a gyanútlan magyar királyt. Először is támadást javasolt a tatárok ellen, sőt csapataival folyamatosan bőszítette a magyar határ közelében állomásozó mongol őrséget. Nagy szerepe volt abban is, hogy Kötöny kun vezért megöljék, így a magyar haderő jelentősen meggyengült. Amikor „tanácsainak” hatására a mongolok betörtek Magyarországra, sietve eltávozott az országból, magára hagyta Bélát, sőt a nyugati határszélen három vármegyét magához csatolt, majd a menekülő Bélát és kíséretét kifosztotta.

Bár a tatárjárással kapcsolatban még nem minden részlet teljesen tisztázott, annyi azonban bizonyos: a mongolok nem ellenséget, hanem szövetségest láttak bennünk.Éppen ideje lenne elavult és a Habsburg érdekeket szem előtt tartó történetírásukat gyökeresen átértékelni és egyes, magyar történeti eseményeket nemzeti szempontból megvizsgálni!

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Picture of the day: Paper fashion

Wednesday, February 16, 2011

A model displays a creation by Columbian designers at Bogota International fashion week, Feb. 15, 2011. (Xinhua/AFP Photo)

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Jobbik wants Hamburger and Kitsch tax

Dániel Z. Kárpát, Jobbik member of parliament proposed a form of taxation that would target corporations selling unhealthy products, such as junk food and soft drinks.

This wouldn't be a unique measure in Europe, as several countries have already been taxing these products for years, among them Denmark, Germany and France. According to the proposal, government should use the extra revenue to inform citizens about the dangers inherent in consuming this stuff said Dániel Z. Kárpát.

Jobbik, however, wants to go further than this. Dániel Z. Kárpát suggesting taxing corporations that are in the business of spiritual pollution. “Kitsch tax” would target those media outlets that outputs and advertisements clearly disseminating degrading content detrimental for the spiritual health of the population.

Jobbik is determined to do everything possible to stop these dangerous processes from spreading in Hungarian society said Dániel Z. Kárpát.

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Iran blames West for provoking unrest

Tuesday, February 15, 2011

TEHRAN, Feb. 15 (Xinhua) -- Iranian officials blamed the West Tuesday for provoking unrest inside the country, local media reported.

Sporadic clashes were reported to have taken place Monday in the capital Tehran between security forces and opposition protesters. The demonstration, called by the opposition leaders Mir Hossein Mousavi and Mehdi Karroubi, was initially meant to show support for the uprising in Egypt and Tunisia, but it later turned into protests against the Iranian government.

"A number of popular and revolutionary forces were wounded by gunshots and two persons were martyred" in Monday's incidents, Kazem Jalali, member of Iranian parliament's national security and foreign policy commission, said Tuesday as he quoted Interior Minister Mostafa Mohammad Najjar's words at the commission's session.

The European Union urged the Iranian authorities Tuesday to refrain from use of force against peaceful demonstrators.

The EU is "closely following the events taking place in Iran" and the EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton has called on the Iranian authorities to "fully respect and protect the rights of their citizens, including freedom of expression and the right to assemble peacefully," a spokesperson of Ashton said in a statement.

The U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Monday hailed the "courage of Iranian people," saying the U.S. clearly and directly supports the Iranian protesters' human rights and urged Iran to open up its political system.

Iranian Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani condemned Monday's protests and blamed the United States and Israel for being behind the move, the local satellite Press TV reported.

Gholam-Hossein Mohseni-Ejei, Iranian prosecutor general and judiciary spokesman, said the anti-government protests were sponsored by the United States and "anti-revolution currents."

Ahmad Reza Radan, Iran's deputy police chief, also slammed the West for provoking the protests and blamed the United States, Britain and Israel for unrest inside Iran.

However, he said the West failed to achieve its goals since Iranians did not heed their call to participate in the protests.

Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Ramin Mehmanparast said the regional developments have made the U.S. officials confused these days.

Recent changes in the region have given a sharp blow to domineering powers and the Zionist regime of Israel, Mehmanparast said at his weekly press briefing.

Investigations show that the gunshots were from the outlawed elements, Jalali was quoted as saying by local Mehr news agency.

Radan said a bystander was shot dead in Monday's clashes by " Monafeghin", referring to the dissident outlawed Paris-based People's Mujahedeen of Iran (PMOI).

On Tuesday, majority of Iranian lawmakers urged the country's judicial system to seriously punish the opposition leaders who called for the demonstration, the official IRNA news agency reported.

A statement issued by some 223 lawmakers said the opposition leaders, Mir Hossein Mousavi and Mahdi Karroubi, and the former reformist President Mohammad Khatami should be held responsible for the unrest.

Iranian people have lost their patience and demand the opposition leaders to be put on trial and punished, said the statement.

(NOTE: Eu and American officials are competing against each other in expressing concerns over the safety of peaceful protesters in Iran; but the very same leaders remained reticent in 2006 when the Gyurcsany regime ordered police to shoot at peaceful protesters during the celebration of the 1956 revolution in Budapest. There is no need to further comment on this story; the hypocrisy and the use of double standards by EU and American officials says it all.)

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A gypsy beaten a 78 year old man unconscious

In Kocsord, Szabolcs-Szatmár county, a 78 year old man was beaten unconscious with a wood stick in a home invasion. The robber then took 31 thousand forint (about 150 dollar) and fled the scene. As a result of the assault, the victim suffered life-threatening injuries.

Today, police arrested a 42 year old gypsy accusing him of robbery and causing life-threatening injury. It turned out that the man has just been released from jail serving a 14-year sentence for murdering an elderly woman.

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Police arrested a 27 year old gypsy woman for savagely murdering a 76 year old woman

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Last Friday, in the heavily gypsy infested town of Rakamaz, in Szabolcs-Szatmár county, a 76 year old woman was robbed and beaten to death in her own home. The savage murder shocked the town to the core.

Today, police arrested a 27 year old woman, her sister and her mother accusing them of committing the crime. Police charging the 27 year old woman with murder, her sister and her mother with complicity in the crime.

As expected, police didn't release the identity of the individuals involved in the crime, but by considering the nature of the offense it is evident that the culprits were gypsies. The criminals took the elderly woman's necklace and ring that police later recovered.

Today, residents of Rakamaz confirmed that indeed, the criminals are members of the privileged minority. According to sources, the three women are members of a local crime family that has been terrorizing the town for years.

Recent reports confirmed that the primitive gypsy criminals gouged the old lady's eyes out and cut off her finger to get her ring.

Gouging victims eyes out is an established gypsy practice; the procedure is based on a primitive superstition making criminals believe that the blinded victim won't be able to identify them from the other world, so they don't have to worry about getting arrested.

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Hungary might join the Alpe-Adria bioregion

Monday, February 14, 2011

Benedek Jávor, LMP member of parliament will table a bill in the assembly about Hungary joining the Alpe-Adria bioregion.

According to Jávor, there have been preliminary discussions already about the proposal with members of parliament. Jávor has been encouraged by the outcome of the discussions and he is hoping that the bill will be passed with majority vote.

Alpe-Adria is a bioregion in Central Europe, embracing all of Slovenia, the Austrian states of Carinthia and Styria, and the Italian regions of Friuli-Venezia-Giulia and Veneto.

Italy and Austria are leaders in organic farming, both having over 10% organic agriculture as of 2004. Slovenia has far less of its land under organic cultivation, although between 1998 and 2003 their organic sector grew from less than 0.1% of Slovenian agriculture to roughly the European Union average of 3.3%.

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Google unveils Chrome extension to block unwanted websites

BEIJING, Feb. 15 (Xinhuanet) -- Search engine giant Google on Monday unveiled a tool for its Chrome browser users to block search results from low-quality websites, according to AFP reports.

The new extension, Personal Blocklist, is able to help the users block search results from dubious domains known as content farms.

Matt Cutts, Google's principal engineer, said in a bog post, "When you block a site with the extension, you won't see results from that domain again in your Google search results."

Although it was an early test, the Chrome extension was available in English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish and Turkish, Cutts added.

This was Google's latest move to fight against content farms, which produce hundreds of low-quality pages a day to attract traffic to their advertisements.


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Picture of the day: Spectacular migration of Monarch butterflies

Monarch butterflies line a tree in the Pedro Herrada butterfly sanctuary on a mountain in the Mexican state of Michoacan February 1, 2011. (Xinhua/Reuters Photo)

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Gábor Vona speaks at the opening session of the parliament wearing the uniform of the Hungarian Guard

Reflecting on the prime minister's speech at the opening session of parliament, Gábor Vona drew attention to the deteriorating law and order situation in the country. Vona asked the prime minister why this fact hasn't been mentioned in his speech.

He said people live in fear across the country, but especially in Borsod county because gypsy criminals terrorizing the entire region. Vona stressed that he wasn't opposing gypsies wanting to integrate into Hungarian society but he was against gypsy criminals that make their living out of crime.

Vona remarked that Hungary has no future in the European Union. As an alternative, Hungary should forge alliances with friendly nations in the region, as well as with the rising countries of Asia.

Vona emphasized that the national debt should be renegotiated and measures should be taken to deal with the demographic crisis.


A member of the socialist crime network called police for Vona wearing the banned uniform of the Hungarian Guard. It is not clear that the speaker of the house let police in the parliament building.

Socialist criminals and dedicated agents of the global cabal ruled the country in the past eight years causing more harm to the nation than the Mongol invasion in the 13th century.


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News brief: Police banned the 2011 Gay Parade

According to reports, police rejected a request from “Szivárvány Misszió Alapítvány” (a gay umbrella group) to parade on the Andrássy boulevard, on June 18, 2011. Police reasoned that shutting down the main boulevard of the capital city would cause unreasonable traffic congestion in the downtown area.

It is not clear that the entire event was banned or organizers can chose a different location for the parade.

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Patriotic organizations remembered the Day of Honor

Sunday, February 13, 2011

Despite the official ban, patriotic organizations remembered the Day of Honor nationwide.

On February 11, 1945 German-Hungarian forces, made a last desperate attempt to breakout of the encircled city of Budapest, rather than surrender to Soviet forces.

General Karl Pfeffer-Wildenbruch, the commander of the German forces sent his final radio massage, on February 11: “Munition ist zu Ende. Verpflegung aufgebraucht”. And soon after: at dusk, we breakout.

The commander of the Hungarian forces Colonel Iván Hindy sent this radio massage: “We are out of food and ammunition. We put our fate in God's hands. If you survive this hell take care of our loved ones”.

Only 785 soldiers reached the German lines. The rest have been killed or captured among them General Karl Pfeffer-Wildenbruch and Colonel Iván Hindy. The fate of 4000 soldiers is still unknown.

The official commemoration service took place in Újpest, on a private property that has been invaded by police disrupting the event. Officers stopped buses and cars and they made identity checks on people suspected of heading for the event.

Despite all efforts to disrupt the event, several foreign organizations managed to cross police lines and attended the commemoration service, among them German and Bulgarian patriot groups.

The following is a picture report of the memorial and the police harassment tactics.

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Jobbik wants to tighten the abortion law

Saturday, February 12, 2011

Jobbik introduced a bill in parliament aiming to tighten the abortion law. The bill would ban abortion except when the pregnancy endangers the life of the mother or when the pregnancy resulted by a criminal offense said Enikő Kovács, Jobbik member of parliament.

The goal is to introduce a law that acknowledges the sanctity of life from conception to death. Incorporating the bill into Hungarian law would be a big step forward said Kovács.

The current anti-life abortion law was implemented 55 years ago and created an acute crisis in Hungarian society. In the past fifty years, the lethal abortion legislation claimed the life of six million babies said Kovács.

According to Dániel Z. Kárpát, the bill is not at all draconian; in some countries in Europe, abortion laws are way stricter. But, if no immediately measures are taken, the population of the country will drop below 9 million by the year 2050 said Z. Kárpát.

The bill was signed by Enikő Kovács, Ádám Mirkóczki and Dániel Z. Kárpát. Dóra Dúró, Jobbik spokesperson said it was regrettable that the sanctity of life including that of fetuses have been omitted from the constitutional proposals.

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By Borbála Obrusánszky

The great Hungarian linguist, orientalist, Gábor Bálint de Szentkatolna was a legendary Hungarian scholar of the 19th century. He studied theology, oriental languages and law; it is stated that he spoke about 30 different languages. Thanks to a support of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, he reached Kalmykia for the first time in order to investigate the Mongolian language. He studied Tatar, Turkic, Finnish, Russian and other languages in the field, and with the help János Fogarasi, great linguist of that time, travelled intensively in the northern part of Eastern Eurasia, did fieldwork in present-day Mongolia, which at that time made part of the Manchurian Empire. He stayed in Urga (nowadays: Ulaanbaatar) for years, and he studied the old literatures of the Mongols and Manchu’s. It is very likely that he was the first European scholar who collected runic scripts in Inner Asia, but unfortunately these collections disappeared. According to some whispers, Hunfalvy, the librarian of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences had burned them, because Bálint’s work did not fit in his new theory of origin of Hungarians. When Bálint returned to Hungary in the mid 1870’s, the Hungarian scientists were heavily debating the origins of Hungarians. Some foreign scholars — as Hunfalvy or Budenz — created a new theory, which was based on comparative linguistics, but this method alone could not be proved by scientific evidence: that was why they brought the debate to an end by using force. Those ones, who were not able to accept the new theory, or Finnugrian linguistic relatives, were chased from the scientific field, and could not get any job in any institute. Bálint got some financial support from his mentors, and for some time he taught at the University of Budapest. He even joined Béla Széchenyi’s Asian expedition, and reached Southern-India in 1876 where he studied the Dravidian language. When one of his mentors died and the General Secretary of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences retired, Bálint lost his job in that scientific institute, despite he was the most talented scholar in Hungary. In 1879 he decided to leave Hungary.

Large parts of Bálint’s work remained unpublished. His extended manuscripts were archived, partly in the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. From these only two were published in his lifetime in Hungarian: “Ritual book of the Manchu’s” and “What do the Japanese Celebrate” (Ethnographia). Bálint’s notes written in Kalmyk on the migration and hunting practices of the Kalmyk’s is regarded as a treasure chest of extraordinary importance for pre-Conquest Hungarian history.

Bálint recognized that the Romanized Xiong-nu is a self-dealing creation of Western scholars and it incorrectly and misleading renders the spoken Chinese form hun or hunnu. Bálint listed the data from the ancient European sources, which refer to the Huns. Confronting these with own observations made during his fieldwork he concluded that the ancient authors’ description of the Huns and Mounted Nomads are generally correct. In his view, the Hun society and culture was shaped in close neighbourhood with the Chinese in the East. An interference with China and Chinese was of crucial importance already in the past pre-B.C. centuries in shaping the Hun way of life and military organizations. Newer research concluded that the saddle — apparently mounted nomad invention — was known in Eastern China already as early as 220 B.C.

The personal fate of the scholar Bálint brought him in direct confrontation with Joseph Budenz, who worked in Budapest in the 1870-1880’s and who became a leading figure of the hypothetic Ural-Altaic studies. Budenz was the favourite of the Budapest University and the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. Budenz was a book-scientist who learned languages from grammar-books and dictionaries. Bálint was an enthusiastic and successful field-worker, for him, the spoken form of the language was primary in which he beat the office tablet philologists. The Budapest linguistic establishment permitted only one view: the one represented by Budenz. After a murderous intellectual discussion on the origin of the Hungarian language, Bálint went into a kind of self chosen exile from 1879 until 1892.

Abroad he spent years in Ottoman Empire, studied among others Arabic languages. In the 1880’s he taught Arabic language at the University of Athens. Jakab Elek and other Hungarian scholars in Hungary demanded the Ministry of Cultural of Hungary-Austria, to call back Bálint to Hungary. Finally, he was appointed Head of the Department of Ural Altaic Studies in Kolozsvár (nowadays: Cluj). He taught there until 1912, when he retired.

He died suddenly in 1913 in Temesvár.

Bálint’s place is a valued one in the gallery of great Transylvanian scholars like S. Gyarmathi, S. Kőrösi-Csoma, the two Bolyais, Sámuel Brassai, who often had more productive scientific life with intellectual output, than some influential scholars in bureaucratic Budapest.

His main results:

He was the first European linguists, who proved the identification of Asian Huns with European ones.

He showed the linguistic connections between Dravidian languages with Central-Asian ones; in his view the Dravidian was the Sanskrit of Turanian languages.

He was the first Mongolist in Hungary and the third in Europe.

His Kabardian vocabulary is the best in the world.

He taught such kind of languages at European Universities like Japanese, Kabardian, Mongol, etc.

After Palladius’s work Bálint was the first European scholar, who introduced the Secret History of Mongols in 1895. He studied that from a Manchurian version. So did that with the Geser-story, too.

For the first time he introduced the Manchurian shaman rituals to Hungarian scholars.

He was the first, who connected Levedia with the Meotis-region, when he studied the origins of Hungarians.

According to his investigation, Kazars were descendant of Huns, they belonged to Hun-Bulgarian groups, not Turkic ones.

He refused the Ural-Altaic theory, and supported the Turanian one.

His main publications are:

1877. Párhuzam a magyar és mongol nyelv terén. (Parallel between the Mongolian and Hungarian languages), Hornyászky, Budapest.

1888. A tamul nyelv a turáni nyelvek sanszkritja vagy van-e a magyarnak testvére? (Is the Tamul language the Sanskrit of Turanian languages, or Have the Hungarians Brothers and Sisters?) In: Erdélyi Múzeum. V. kötet I. füzet. 33-55, 215-236.

1895. A mongol császárság története. (The History of the Mongolian Empire) In: Erdélyi Múzeum. 121-128, 209-218, 248-259.

1901. A honfoglalás revíziója, vagyis a hún, székely, magyar, besenye, kun kérdés tisztázása. (Revision of the Hungarian Homeland Conquest or clarifying the Hunnic, Székler, Hungarian, Pecheneg and Cuman questions), Kolozsvár, Magánkiadás.

January-March 2009
Volume I., Issue 1.

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