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

Monday, February 14, 2011

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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