Polish patriotic youth staged a demonstration at the Hungarian Embassy in Warsaw demanding freedom for Budaházy

Thursday, July 28, 2011

Members of “All-Polish Youth” and the “National Radical Camp” staged a demonstration at the Hungarian embassy in Warsaw to demand freedom for György Budaházy.

Protesters chanted slogans such as "Freedom for Budaházy", "Budapest - Warsaw - common struggle", "Freedom for the patriots" and "Pride, pride, national pride". The protesters also held a sign that demanded freedom for Budaházy.

Michał Kowalczyk summed up Budaházy's political activities, in the mean time pointed out that all European patriots must continue fighting for their nation.

Next, Jakub Siemiątkowski, the head of Młodzież Wszechpolska Warsaw chapter read a statement outlining Polish patriots' support for Budaházy. He then demanded freedom for all political prisoners and declared that Europe is the homeland of Europeans, so Europeans should stick together and fight as one for a better Europe.

The modern concept of nationalism shows us that it is time to understand the importance of cooperation among the nationalist organizations of Europe pointed out Siemiątkowski. He then remarked that the changes taking place in Hungary are valuable, but still not enough to trigger a national rebirth.

After his speech, he handed over a petition to Hungarian Embassy staff who promised that the petition will be sent to Budapest.

The demonstration ended by chanting slogans such as, "Poland and Hungary are friends", "Budapest - Warsaw - common struggle" and "Communists buzz off!"

According to the Polish patriots, in some time in the future, it will be possible to demonstrate for Budaházy in several European countries at the same time.

(Szent Korona Radio –


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