Dévaványa municipal council is deeply disappointed but still hoping

Monday, April 30, 2012

Another failure of integration? - The "socially disadvantaged" doesn't want to hoe.

Dévaványa municipal council decided to give free plots to the "socially disadvantaged" (meaning: gypsies) to help them coping with the hard economic times. The municipality agreed to prepare the land by plowing it to make it ready for sowing; it also gives seed to each family or individual willing to cultivate the land.

But so far not one individual accepted the offer. This is despite the fact that the region is hard hit by unemployment. When asked why not take up the offer, the gypsies give excuses like “I don't know how to sow”.

The land is close to the town and has irrigation system all set up; all in all, the land is ready for cultivation, but it seems no one wants to work on it.

Dévaványa municipal council is deeply disappointed by the lack of interest in the offer, but officials are still hoping that maybe, at some point in the future the "socially disadvantaged" becomes “braver” and rethink their negative attitude towards self-sufficiency. Just by growing vegetables “disadvantaged families” could save money and provide better lives for their children said municipal officials.

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Jobbik National Picnic at “Hajógyár” island

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Former Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany copied his former brother-in-law's diploma thesis including his mistakes

What we have known all along even without evidence, now has been proven. HirTV investigative report found hard evidence that Ferenc Gyurcsany handed in his former brother-in-law's diploma thesis he wrote a few years earlier, as his own. The copying of the original document was so perfect that Gyurcsany even included his brother-in-law's mistakes in the thesis. This might explain why did the thesis later disappear from university archives (probably, Gyurcsany's Bolshevik accomplices removed it to cover up the fraud).

In times like ours, it is not at all surprising that a man with such an intellectual and spiritual caliber could serve two terms as the prime minister of the country.

Gyurcsany and his ilks in the socialist party ferociously attacked former President Pal Schmitt a few weeks earlier demanding his resignation as soon as Schmitt's academic misgivings came to light. But Pal Schmitt at least brought glory to our country as an athlete winning gold medals at the 1968 and 1972 Summer Olympics. And what is the legacy of Gyurcsany? Debt and corruption; and of course, high treason that he has committed on an ongoing basis while in office.

After the news about Gyurcsany academic fraud came to light, Jobbik spokeswoman Dóra Dúró held a press conference at Jobbik national picnic site the “Hajógyár” island demanding that Gyurcsany leave politics and public life. But knowing the man, I strongly doubt that even after such a scandal he leaves politics. Don't forget, this is a man without moral fiber and he doesn't care about public opinion. The only way he might step down if his global puppet masters order him to do so as he start becoming a liability even for the corporate slave masters.

The scandal also tells you something about the true nature of the European Union that always held Gyurcsany in high esteem due to the fact that the traitor was a willing agent of international financial interests groups.

Dóra Dúró indicated that the fact that Gyurcsany is still sitting in the Hungarian parliament was Fidesz fault as the two-thirds majority failed to bring him to justice for the crimes he had committed while in office.

"We think that if Pal Schmitt had to leave the presidential office, then it is the minimum that after such a scandal Ferenc Gyurcsany should retire from public life for good" said the spokeswoman.

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2 Hungarians abducted in Syria

Saturday, April 28, 2012

Hungary has announced that two of its nationals were kidnapped in Syria on Saturday by unknown gunmen.

“Hungary will look after its citizens who are in difficulties abroad… Members of the Anti-Terrorism Centre are ready to get to the region as soon as possible to collect the necessary information,” said a spokesman for Prime Minister Viktor Orban, in a statement to MTI, the Hungarian state news agency.

The Hungarian government declined to reveal further details, citing security concerns.


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Kalocsa patterned cake awarded with silver medal in international competition

Erika Király culinary work of art received the silver medal at Cake International London show, a new festival of cake decoration and baking held on April 27-29.

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Abigél Joó cheers for second European title

Abigel Joo won the European title U78kg. In Chelyabinsk she defeated World Champion Audrey Tcheumeo from France. The two strongest European fighters in this category qualified for the final U78kg today. World Champion Audrey Tcheumeo of France and Abigel Joo, the 2010 European Champion.

After two minutes and fifteen seconds Joo threw the World Champion for Ippon with a combination and didn’t realise her score for seconds but then she exploded in happiness and shared her joy with the crowd. She took her second European title while she is just 21 years.


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Brutal gypsy criminal beheaded an elderly couple and broke the spinal cord of the couple's puppy

Debrecen Court of Appeal found gypsy criminal Csaba Kalampár guilty of multiple murders, cruelty to animals, theft and robbery and sentenced the brutal criminal to life imprisonment.

The gypsy owed money to an elderly couple who helped him out many times in the past. On June 15, 2009 Kalampár visited the couple in their Mezőtúr home to ask an extension for payment of debt. The 79-year old Bálint T. however, wanted his money back right away. The old man then, told Kalampár to leave the house and to show that he was serious he gently pushed the gypsy towards the door. Kalampár became angry and picked up a shovel and started savagely beating both victims. When the couple was unconscious lying on the floor the gypsy beheaded both of them with a large kitchen knife making sure that they indeed died.

After the macabre act of murdering the couple, he has searched the house looking for valuables. But the barking of the victim's puppy annoyed him; then with a single blow he broke the puppy's spinal cord. He then drunk a bottle of wine he has found in the house and took the couple's mobile phones and other trifles.

For a while, Kalampár was hiding in the reeds, near Peres backwaters; ten days later, police found him and when he was asked to come out of his tent he jumped into the dead branch of the river to flee; however, the gypsy didn't know that on the other side of the river retired police officers taking part in a fishing competition so he swam right into their arms.

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The “Kalocsa” style folk design continues to conquer the world

Friday, April 27, 2012


After Nicole Kidman airport appearance in a beautiful “Kalocsa” style summer dress a few weeks ago, another celebrity, Tom Cruise's daughter has been spotted in Manhattan wearing “Kalocsa” style folk dress.

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László Kövér: "You are required to father at least three children in your lifetime"

According to the speaker of the house László Kövér, when the current government came to power in 2010, it had no intention to confront with the European Union and other influential forces elsewhere.

"We had no desire to confront with such influential forces. (...) We wanted to be brave but not reckless; we wanted to pay a lower price for the radical but necessary political decisions we have implemented in the past two years," said Kövér. The cabinet, however, has been forced to deal with the fraudulent commitments of the previous socialist governments; this is why the implementation of crisis tax was necessary said Kövér at a meeting with the National University students association.

In 2010, the Fidesz government launched an economic policy that was based on real economic performance rather than the fraudulent budgetary data that the former socialist governments in complicity with the European Union and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) implemented.

The government, therefore, had no choice but to introduce the crisis taxes, in order to save the population from further austerity measures. This was the way how we have actually been forced to implement an economic strategy, which has been based on falsified economic data established by the previous socialist governments said Kövér.

Because of these circumstances, the results of the past two years were mainly symbolic and the current economic performance is not much better than it was in 2010. However, in symbolic politics we've achieved great things -- Kövér specifically mentioned the National Inclusion legislation.

Giving a brief historical retrospective Kövér remarked that the inter-war irredentist Hungarian policy "wasn't completely unrealistic,"; it had been based on the idea that the "Trianon scandal" can't be maintained for a long time. But in the post-war decades the Bolshevik regimes tried to completely erase the memory of the people regarding Hungarians living outside of the borders.

"The Kádár regime's deceitful and cunning cultural policy did incredible damage to national consciousness". József Antall, the first democratically elected prime minister still wanted to be the prime minister of 15 million Hungarians; the Orbán government established its new national strategy on this statement by declaring that the borders of the Hungarian state and the Hungarian nation don't coincide. The Bolshevik Gyula Horn, however defined himself as the prime minister of ten million Hungarian citizens; but even Horn's policy didn't do that much damage as the "eight terrible years” following 2002 (the period characterized by psychopathic former Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany's reign ed.).

The lowest point was December 5, 2004 when the Gyurcsany government campaigned against the dual citizenship rejecting our brothers and sisters in the lost territories. We could remedy the consequences of this tragedy only because Fidesz received two-thirds majority in 2010 national election. In 2010 we brought back hope for the people, however, what is still missing self-confidence and strong national identity.

On a side note Kövér remarked that the various treatises concluded with the neighboring countries in the nineties, have zero value; in addition, the first treaty was concluded with a country – Ukraine – that didn't even exist when the Trianon and the Paris Dictates partitioned Hungary.

Because of the negative demographic trend, all political decisions worth as much as it can contravene to this negative tendency. Kövér then turned jokingly to his young audience by saying "therefore, you are required to father at least three children in your lifetime,".


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Shock and outrage over the Győr Court of Appeal's final decision to cut in half Marian Cozma's murderers jail term

The murderers are satisfied with the sentence -- smiling after the final verdict was handed down

The Győr Court of Appeal in the final decision cut the jail sentences of three gypsy repeat offenders who are responsible for the murder of Romanian handball star Marian Cozma in 2009.

The court of appeal overruled the trial judge's decision and reduced Sándor Raffael and Győző Nemeth's life imprisonment to 18 years and Ivan Sztojka's 20 year sentence to 8 year imprisonment. The gypsy criminals' relatives and partners in crime in the courtroom erupted in loud cheers and applause upon the reading of the sentence.

Look at the judge! His age tells you right away that he was socialized in the communist era

(Note: Now, you understand why the Fidesz government lowered the retirement age for judges to 62 and why the European Union challenging the judges retirement legislation at the European Court. The Hungarian justice system is littered with judges socialized in the socialist era who are conspiring with behind the scene forces who unleashed gypsy criminals on Hungarian society.)

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Polish radical organizations inviting Hungarians to take part in the Warsaw independence march

Thursday, April 26, 2012

Kedves Barátaim!

Nemzeteink nem most ismerték meg egymást. A történelem különböző utakon keresztezte már népeink életét. Mindig igyekeztünk kölcsönösen támogatni egymást hazánk függetlenségéért vívott harcokban. A lengyelek és a magyarok együtt voltak vannak és lesznek – erősebb kötelékekkel vagyunk összekötve, mint holmi alkalmi ügyek. A hiteles barátság és a közös történelem köt minket össze.

A közösség érzése számunka nem csak a történelmet, emlékeket jelenti. Az utóbbi 20 évben sokkal jobban érezzük, mint valaha, hogy-e két nép sorsa mennyire össze is van kötve. Egyrészt csodálattal tekintünk a nemzeti megújulásra, amely az elmúlt években ment végbe Magyarországon. Másrészt igyekszünk támogatni titeket, mert pont a magyar lélek megújulása az oka a Brüsszeli bürokrácia rendkívüli támadásainak és a különböző liberális, baloldali nemzetközi szervezetektől érkezett folyamatos agressziónak.

Nem csodálkozunk – a lengyel nemzeti ébredés folyamata, ami hazánkban történik, szintén ugyan ezekkel a problémákkal találkozik. Tapasztaljuk ezt minden egyes nap. A közös értékeken, emlékeken és a régóta tisztelt barátságon túl, a kommunizmus idejében megismert közös ellenségek is összekapcsolják a lengyeleket a magyarokkal. Ezekre a veszedelmekre együtt kell megoldást találnunk.

Nagyon szépen köszönjük nektek, Testvéreim a meghívást a Ti függetlenségi ünnepetekre és köszönjük a nagyszerű vendégszereteteket. Szeretnénk viszonozni ugyanezt, ezért már most meghívunk titeket a lengyel szabadság megemlékezésére, a Függetlenségi Felvonulásra, amely november 11-én Varsó utcáin kerül megrendezésre. Szeretnénk, hogy legközelebb a lengyel fővárosban csendüljön fel a jelszó : „Budapest ,Varsó – közös ügy!”

A viszont látásra Varsóban

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Drodzy Przyjaciele!

Znamy się nie od dziś. Historia splatała nasze narody w przeróżny sposób. Zawsze staraliśmy się nawzajem wspierać w walce o niepodległość naszych Ojczyzn. Polacy i Węgrzy byli, są i będą razem – jesteśmy złączeni więzami silniejszymi niż doraźne interesy – łączy nas autentyczne braterstwo i poczucie wspólnoty dziejów.

Poczucie wspólnoty nie jest dla nas wyłącznie kwestią sentymentu, wspomnień czy historii. Dziś bardziej niż kiedykolwiek w ciągu minionego 20-lecia odczuwamy, jak bardzo związane są nasze losy. Z jednej strony z podziwem patrzymy na odrodzenie narodowe, które dokonuje się w minionych latach na Węgrzech. Z drugiej – staramy się Was wspierać, ponieważ właśnie to odradzanie się węgierskiego ducha jest przyczyną niesamowitych ataków ze strony brukselskich biurokratów, a także rozmaitych, liberalnych i lewicowych, organizacji międzynarodowych.

Nie mamy złudzeń – proces polskiego przebudzenia narodowego, jaki obserwujemy w naszej Ojczyźnie, również spotyka się z ogromna niechęcią tych samych ośrodków. Doświadczamy tego na co dzień. Poza wspólnymi wartościami, wspomnieniami i kultywowaną od dawna przyjaźnią, łączą dziś Polaków i Węgrów, jak za czasów komunizmu, wspólni, groźni wrogowie. Zagrożeniom tym trzeba stawiać czoło razem – solidarnie!

Serdecznie dziękujemy Wam, Bracia, za zaproszenie na obchody Waszego Święta Niepodległości i za okazaną nam gościnność. Chcemy zrewanżować się tym samym, dlatego już dziś zapraszamy na obchody polskiego święta wolności. Zapraszamy na Marsz Niepodległości, który 11 listopada przejdzie ulicami Warszawy. Chcemy, by tym razem w polskiej stolicy zabrzmiało hasło: „Budapeszt, Warszawa – wspólna sprawa!”.

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Jobbik representatives were the guests of honor at the Lithuanian Order and Justice Party 10-year anniversary weekend congress

MEP Béla Kovács and Márton Gyöngyösi Jobbik foreign affairs critic were the guests of honor at the Lithuanian Order and Justice Party 10-year anniversary weekend congress.

The major event was held in Kaunas; the Jobbik representatives arrived in Lithuania by the invitation of the Lithuanian Order and Justice Party's president, Rolandas Paksas (president of Lithuania until 2003-4 and Prime Minister until 2004-6, now MEP - ed.).

In their speeches before Lithuania's third largest political party's delegates, the Jobbik politicians recalled the similarities between the history of the two nations and their ongoing struggle to preserve national independence and freedom.

In his address, Béla Kovács emphasized the need of cooperation between the two countries and in particular the cooperation between the two national parties that could play a key role in the creation of the independent states of Europe. Márton Gyöngyösi talked about the importance of national radicalism that could be the only means to stop the destructive ambitions of the expanding globalization.

The Jobbik politician pointed out that Lithuania and Hungary have common historical responsibilities to help preventing the centralization of the European Union. "Both nations suffered under the Soviet Union's centralizing efforts and now, they have to stand up together against the centralization of the European Union that takes an eerily similar direction as the Soviet Union,” said Gyöngyösi.

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The enemy infiltrated into Jobbik's ranks

Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Zsolt Endrésik

It has become crystal clear that parliamentary representative Zsolt Endrésik as well as municipal representatives András Kisgergely and Zoltán Nagyházi by pursuing self-serving political interests disseminated false information about Jobbik with the obvious intent to create division in the party by conspiring with former Jobbik parliamentarian Lajos Pősze and left-liberal news portal, Therefore, Jobbik Parliamentary Group voting by secret ballot removed Zsolt Endrésik from Jobbik fraction.

Jobbik National Ethics Bureau initiated Zsolt Endrésik's removal from the party and the suspension of all his responsibilities within the party. Jobbik has also revoked Endrésik parliamentary mandate with a unanimous vote.

While the entire Hungarian political elite and the majority of the mainstream media are on a mission to eliminate Jobbik, the party can't afford to tolerate individuals in its ranks that by using outright lies and disinformation and ally themselves with the hostile media to create division within the party says the Jobbik statement issued by the national presidency of the party.

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The Empire doesn't like the made in Hungary logo

Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Hungarian product labeling legislation is in Brussels for approval for quite some time; lately, the Brussels Commission criticized the legislation (what a surprise) that allows Hungarian made products to be marked by a special logo.

The European (Soviet) Union, above all, claims that the proposal of labeling Hungarian made products influences customers, as the logo clearly calling attention to home made products, thus providing unfair advantage to Hungarian food producers (Meaning: multinational corporation can't sell their crap unopposed anymore by misleading customers as more and more people realizing the benefit of buying superior quality homegrown agricultural products).

According to the government, the purpose of the regulation is to help identify the origin of the product; the logo on the package guarantees that customers get what they are looking for.

According to current EU legislation, the made in Hungary logo can be placed on any product that packaged or repacked in Hungary, regardless of its origin.

If the European Union vetoes the legislation then product rating should be based on the cooperation of professional and civic organizations said National Trade Association officials. Ministry officials indicated that they support the initiative; if the European Union throws out the legislation, product evaluation should be transferred to Hungarian Nonprofit Products Ltd. that will then issue new criteria for product labeling in the future.

The new legislation groups goods in three categories. If a product made of one hundred percent Hungarian ingredients, according to home made recipe and made by Hungarian labor force, the product has the right to display the made in Hungary logo. The regulation, specifies products that made only partially from Hungarian ingredients like “túró rudi”,for instance – this product made according to Hungarian recipes but from foreign made raw materials. The domestically produced products category includes goods that made by the Hungarian labor force from imported raw materials.

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Bogár László: Nemsokára más lesz a világ

Az úgynevezett rendszerváltás már az első évben polgárháborús helyzetbe sodorta az országot. A „taxisblokád” néven elhíresült polgárháborús kísérlet valós kiötlői és kivitelezői máig ismeretlenek. Mi több, a magyar társadalom meg sem kísérel szembenézni azzal a jelenségegyüttessel, amelyet szabadságnak, jólétnek, felemelkedésnek és demokráciának neveztek neki, az most egyre vészjóslóbban épp ellentétes irányba sodorja az országot.

Szabadság és demokrácia helyett a rendszerváltás valójában pusztító diktatúra. De természetesen nem egy-egy párt vagy kormány diktatúrája. Aki ugyanis huszonkét éve folyamatosan gyakorolja a rendszerváltás cinikus és kegyetlen diktatúráját, azt egyáltalán nem érdekli Magyarország. És az sem, hogy melyik párt éppen hány százalékkal győzött a helyi politikai homokozó demokratikus választásain. Felőle akár száz százalékkal is győzhet bárki, ő mindegyiktől kíméletlen brutalitással követeli meg, hogy biztosítsa kifosztó szivattyúinak zavartalan üzemelését, és tartsa féken az annak nyomán lázadni hajlamos, mindenükből kiforgatott bennszülötteket. Az Orbán-kormány óvatos lázadási kísérletét most éppen olyan megtorlás követi, amely az országot minden eddiginél mélyebb gödörbe löki, más országok kedvét pedig végképp elveszi attól, hogy bármilyen módon lázadni merészeljenek. Jólétről és felemelkedésről gondolkodni ebben a helyzetben tragikomikusan mulatságos, hiszen a „majd jobb lesz” állandóan ismételgetett ígérete immár harminchárom éve tart, s közben úgy köszöntött ránk a „jólétünk”, hogy a reálbérek a harmincnégy évvel ezelőtti szintre süllyedtek. Gyorsul a demográfiai lejtőn való lecsúszásunk, s az önmegsemmisítő tendencia összekapcsolódik a társadalom önpusztító hajlamaival, amelynek egyik következménye, hogy százkilencven ország rangsorában toronymagasan vezetünk a rákhalálozás valamennyi csoportjában. Mindezek nyomán nem is annyira meglepő, hogy egyre többen vélik úgy, a polgárháború nem csupán elvont fenyegetés, de tulajdonképpen már benne is vagyunk, illetve sodródunk egy olyan kaotikus állapot felé, amely akár a polgárháborúnál is rosszabb lehet. Egyre inkább el kell gondolkodnunk azon, hogy van rosszabb is a polgárháború tragédiájánál: a lassan, de biztosan végbemenő szétrohadás, amelynek roppant veszélyessége éppen a lassú, szinte észrevehetetlen fokozatosságában rejlik. E lassú és felmérhetetlenül veszélyes szétrohadás egyik vészjósló jele, hogy rohamos gyorsasággal nő a hihetetlenül brutális gyilkosságok száma. Ilyen hírek hallatán persze mindenki megdöbben, ám mindenki egyedi esetnek tartja ezeket, szerencsétlen véletlenek egybeesésének, semmi másnak. Csakhogy ha egyre több emberrel történik egyre felfoghatatlanabb szörnyűség, az talán mégsem csupán a véletlen műve. Különösen fontos lenne elgondolkodni azon az egyre gyakoribb, hátborzongató jelenségen, hogy a gyilkos – például egy brutális kegyetlenséggel több emberen elkövetett gyilkosság után – a vérbefagyott holttestekkel egy szobában békésen megvacsorázik, nyugodtan alszik, aztán másnap dolgozni vagy tanulni indul, mintha mi sem történt volna. Társadalom-lélektanilag mindez egy olyan karakter kialakulására és feltehetőleg rohamos elszaporodására utal, amelyet Cristopher Lasch írt le először az Önimádat társadalma című, 1978-ban megjelent művében. Ez az új karakter a szellemi szobatisztaság büszkén öntudatos visszavonására épül. A szobatisztává válásunk ugyanis nem más, mint annak a folyamatnak a beidegződése, amelynek keretében megtanuljuk szükségletünk visszatartását és szabályozását. A pénz forgási sebessége gyorsításának cinikus kényszerétől hajtva azonban a média és benne a reklámok manipulatív, tömegpusztító fegyverei eszelős erővel sugallják, hogy minden létező szükséglet azonnali és mindent, mindenkit figyelmen kívül hagyó kielégítése nemcsak lehetőség, de kötelesség is! Ha pedig valaki vagy valami az utadba áll, közéd és az azonnal kielégítendő szükségleted közé szorul, azt bármi áron, minden lehetséges eszközzel távolítsd el onnan. És ezt a bármi áront, mint a brutális gyilkosságok is mutatják, szó szerint kell érteni! Szembesülni kellene végre azzal, hogy Magyarországon ma több ezer potenciális tömeggyilkos éli mindennapi életét, és mint időzített bomba, csak a pillanatot várja. Az anyagi, fizikai és legfőképpen minden lelki, erkölcsi, szellemi erőforrásaitól megfosztott, saját történelméből kilökött páriák világának rohamos gyorsaságú kiterjedése végre rá kellene ébressze végzetesen tudatlan vagy cinikus társadalmi, gazdasági, politikai és főként médiaelitjeinket, hogy az általuk felépített társadalmi játszmák tragikus végkifejlethez közelednek. Egyes csoportjaiknak az a hazug, ócska és primitív próbálkozása, amelynek segítségével még mindig egymás kölcsönös megsemmisítésén munkálkodnak, rövidesen véget ér. Ezt a törekvésükből születő gusztustalan moslékot egyébként ők maguk „politikának” nevezik, és fennen hangoztatják, hogy ők bezzeg tudják, hogyan legyen „más” és/ vagy „jobb(ik)”.

Nos, valószínűleg rövidesen spontán módon valóban más lesz, de feltehetőleg nem egészen úgy, ahogyan ők ezt most képzelik.


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A few dozen gypsies demanded the resignation of Gyöngyöspata mayor Oszkár Juhász

Monday, April 23, 2012

Globalist agents who are not interested in the peaceful resolution of gypsy-Hungarian relations in Gyöngyöspata have been working quite some time to incite unrest among the primitive gypsy population of the town.

On Monday, they managed to herd a few dozen gypsies to the town hall to demand the resignation of mayor Oszkár Juhász.

The gypsies asked the municipal council to dissociate itself from mayor Oszkár Juhász and disband the municipal council.

Globalist agents and fake minority rights activists on the payroll of global entities, are especially disturbed by the fact that Jobbik's popularity is growing nationwide and Jobbik mayor Oszkár Juhász has restored law and order in Gyöngyöspata making the municipality livable again.

The demonstration has been attended by several know globalist stooges amongst them Janos Daroczi the former editor of MTV "Roma magazine”.

After the demonstration, János Farkas Jr.,the head of the local Roma minority self-government gave a petition to mayor Oszkár Juhász demanding the resignation of the mayor.

Mayor Oszkár Juhász called the demonstration a hysterical act. According to the mayor, these people should be concerned about issues such as hunger and poverty as well as by the fact that thousands of people are getting evicted from their homes by the banks that have seduced hundreds of thousands of people into fraudulent mortgage schemes. The mayor said no gypsy was hurt in Gyöngyöspata and the municipality has created 68 jobs in the context of public employment. In his view, his political opponents are attacking him because of his achievements.

According to Heves County Police spokesman, the demonstration has been organized by a “private individual” from Budapest.

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PM Orbán: Robust economic growth can be expected in 2013

Sunday, April 22, 2012

Robust economic growth can be expected in 2013 said PM Orbán in an interview with Info Media published by on Friday.

"After coming to power in 2010, we've consolidated the budget, introduced flat tax and engaged banks and multinational corporation in balancing public finances" said the prime minister when described his cabinets' achievements in the past two years.

Due to the European economic crisis, banks don't lend as used to; this year the government implements new economic development policy by bypassing the commercial banking system. We are expanding the Hungarian Development Bank, the Hungarian Export-Import Bank and set up an agricultural bank said Orbán.

We want to avoid slipping into recession in 2012 and we intend to make the Hungarian economy one of the fastest growing economies of Europe in 2013.

Regarding Eastern relations, the prime minister remarked that the Sino-Hungarian relations are strong again. The Chinese have definite ideas about the place of Central Europe and Hungary in the future world economy.

The Chinese see great potentials in the region and the biggest Chinese industrial conglomerates are already in the region: one of them is information technology and telecommunications company Huawei and the other is chemical industry giant Wanhua. We are in contact with these companies and negotiate new investments and expansion policies pointed out Orbán. Although, we are member of the EU and one of the members of NATO, but we need good eastern relations as well, especially with countries such as China, India, Saudi Arabia, Russia and Azerbaijan.

There are varying opinions on the development of Northern Great Plains and Northern Hungary. Debrecen and Nyíregyháza are already striving cities, the next success story will be Miskolc. There are much more potential and vitality in the region than it seems. But there are medium-sized cities, which are less developed and there are regions which are underdeveloped. Due to these circumstances, we've already pumped more money in the regions' small and medium-sized enterprises than the population of the region would otherwise call for it and this tendency will continue in 2012 as well said the prime minister.

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The 103-year old Imre Bálint has become Hungarian citizens the third time in his life

Erdély oldest man, Imre Bálint of Máramarossziget has become a Hungarian citizen the third time in his life. He applied for re-naturalization a month ago. His documents have been handed over to him by the Hungarian consul in Romania visiting him in his home.

Today, he is proudly showing his citizenship documents to everybody. "It is a joy to be a Hungarian citizen again because I was born as a Hungarian citizen" said Imre Bálint.

Imre Bálint was born on February 6, 1909 in Hosszúmező. After the Trianon Dictate in 1920,  he lost his Hungarian citizenship the first time.

In 1940, due to the re-annexation of Northern-Erdély to Hungary,  he became Hungarian citizen the second time. In 1944, he lost his Hungarian citizenship again due to the repartition of Hungary . And now, he is once again a Hungarian citizen. Hopefully, he will never lose it again.

"We are delighted that Máramaros county gives the oldest Hungarian citizen,” said Félix Hukpa the coordinator of the Center for Democracy in Máramaros county.

Due to his old age, Imre Bálint's re-naturalization has been arranged by Hungarian authorities within a month.

According to latest reports, the national policy of state secretariat received the quarter-millionth citizenship application on Wednesday. Most applications have been handed in in Csíkszereda, Szabadka and Kolozsvár. So far 157 thousand individuals took the Hungrian citizenship oath.

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Turnaround in declining birth rate?

Friday, April 20, 2012


The first two months of this year, more children and fewer people died than in the same period last year, thus population decline slowed down - said the Central Statistical Office on Friday to MTI. (Note: Lajos Papp in an interview earlier this year already foreshadowed a turnaround in the negative birth rate due to the awakening of the Hungarian people. Do we already start witnessing this turnaround? Or this is just a lucky coincidence of multiple factors? Let's wait and see.)

According to preliminary data, in January and February 2012, 14,679 children were born, 3.3 percent (466) more than a year earlier. The number of deaths was 22,614, a 3.1 percent decrease compared to the first two months of 2011. The data suggests that the natural decrease of population was 7,935, which is 1194 less than a year ago.

The Central Statistical Office data on marriages however shows mixed result. The number of long-lasting decline of marriage rates stopped in the past two years; in the last two months of 2011 an average of 7.4 percent more people got married than a year earlier. The upward trend in the first two months of 2012, however, is not continued. In this period 2255 people got married, which is 132 or 5.5 percent less than in the previous year.

Due to the rising birth rate and the declining mortality rate the natural decline of the country's population decreased from 9129 in January-February 2011 to 7935 in 2012. Taking into account, the estimated values of the positive balance of international migration the country's actual population decline is lower than five thousand.

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Afghan immigrant family in Győrság

Fourteen million forints of EU funding covers the cost of an Afghan family that came from the heart of Asia to settle in the small village of Győrság located at “Kisalföld” in the north-western part of the country.

The population of Győrság amounts to about 1500 souls. The Mayor's Office received 14 million grant from the European Refugee Fund to implement an integration model at the fall of 2011. This amount covers the cost of family housing, language training and the family's professional training said mayor Zsolt Ferenczi.

The four-member family left Afghanistan ten years ago fleeing from the war and through Turkey and Greece arrived to Hungary two years ago, in the hope of a brighter future said the mayor of the municipality.

"After we won the grant, we went to the Bicske refugee center to select a family said the mayor. Our primary consideration was to pick a family rather than single individuals, as parents in general are more motivated to create a stable environment for their children. The family loves so much living in Győrság that they are already dreaming about buying a house said the mayor. Although a project leader and a mentor help the family they are already performing their daily duties alone. The program is designed to make the family self-sufficient in one and half year. "The children already go to school and kindergarten. The son of the family, Madhi, ten years old, the little girl, Zahra six. Their schoolmates accepted them right from the beginning” said the mayor.

“From the money we have received, we renovated the public building that housing the family temporarily and created two new jobs" said the mayor.

Sadeq Rezai, the head of the family attending a welding course; later, he would like to work as a welder in the nearby car factory. The villagers are so supportive of the family that they are taking the time to explain to Habiba, the wife of Rezai, why it is more beneficial to study hairdressing rather than taking a beautician course.

The 10-year old Madhi love to go to school, his favorite subject is mathematics, but he also loves to play football; he already won three medals. The neighboring village held a poetry contest and because of sickness Madhi represented Győrság.

The shiny, black haired mischievous looking 6-year old Zahra already attending singing competitions and she is looking forward to start school. Habiba regularly exchanging recipes with local residents to help expanding her culinary and cultural experiences.

According to the Interior Ministry, 225 thousand foreign citizens received more than three months long temporary residency status in Hungary the last year. Hungary spend 4.2 billion forints this year on asylum seekers and people granted international protection to improve their situation and facilitate their social integration into society. 75 percent of the funds come from the European Union and 25 percent from Hungarian taxpayers.

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Jobbik runs Krisztina Morvai against János Áder for president

Thursday, April 19, 2012

Jobbik will run its own candidate, Krisztina Morvai for president against Fidesz nominee János Áder in the upcoming vote in the Hungarian parliament said Zoltán Balczó at a press conference in Budapest, today.

To restore the prestige of the presidency the Hungarian people should have been consulted, but instead Fidesz nominated one of its members for the position said Balczó. Jobbik takes a note of this, but Jobbik faction won't participate in the voting process.

Instead, Jobbik nominates Krisztina Morvai for president and as of today, the party starts a campaign among parliamentarians to collect 78 nominating signatures necessary to nominate Krisztina Morvai for president. Balczó thinks that collecting the 78 needed signatures won't be easy but it is not a hopeless endeavor either.

Krisztina Morvai's professional and public career, as well as her achievements as a politician justify her nomination. Balczó said the support for Morvai might come from independent deputies as well as KDMP representatives.

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Latest Ipsos poll: Jobbik is the only party that could increase its popularity in April

Wednesday, April 18, 2012

According to Ipsos' April poll, Fidesz is still the strongest party in Hungary, but its lead is slowly melting away. Fidesz and Socialists support dropped by 2% in April; Jobbik, on the other hand gained 3% support during the same period.

The study found that if a Sunday's election would be held Fidesz could receive about 39% , the socialists 25%, Jobbik 22%, the LMP 7% and the Gyurcsany led Democratic Coalition 5% of the popular vote.

This data shows the preferences of decided voters. However, 51% of respondents are still undecided. Among the total population, Fidesz has 17%, the socialists have 12%, Jobbik has 10%, LMP has 4% and the Gyurcsany party has 2% support. This means that Fidesz is still supported by 1.4 million voters, the socialists have one million and Jobbik 800 thousand supporters.

Party support in the age group under 30, however, shows very interesting results. In this age group Fidesz still leads by 15%, but, Jobbik is catching up fast and now, it is a close second by 12% support.

In the 50-year and older age group the socialists lead by 20%, followed by Fidesz 17% support. In small and medium sized towns practically, there is a tie between Fidesz (13%) and Jobbik (12%) followed by the socialists with 11% support.

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Picture of the day: Welfare day in Borsod county

Recently, Miskolc municipal council amended postal regulations ordering postal employees to deliver welfare payments to the recipients' addresses rather than giving them the money on the street as it was often the case before. The picture above illustrates a typical welfare day in Borsod country. A horde of gypsies virtually put the welfare van under siege demanding the money right on the spot.

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Kurultáj 2012 - Prestigious Kazakh and Kyrgyz delegations arrive in Hungary

Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan will be represented by prestigious delegations at Europe's largest equestrian traditional feast, Kurultáj, to be held on August 10 to 12 in Bugac. Zsolt András Bíró, the chairman of the Hungarian-Turan Foundation has just come back from a two week trip from Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan where he discussed plans about foreign delegations' attending the prestigious event.

Bíró traveled to Kazakhstan at the invitation of the Ulu Dala (Great Steppe). In Kazakhstan, in he also took part in one of the most prestigious events, the spring festival in Almaty the cultural capital of the country delivering a highly acclaimed speech urging the Kazakh people to preserve their ancient traditions, which share common roots with Hungarian culture.

Bíró met many traditional and non-governmental scientific bodies, among others the Director of the Kazakh Academy of Sciences, Abzhanov Hankeldit, as number of scientific institutions also indicated their intentions to take part in Kurultáj. Bíró met the director of the Kazakh State Museum, Nursan Alimbay who announced his intention to attend Kurultáj. At the meeting, the two sides agreed to continue the already successful cooperation between the Hungarian Natural History Museum of Anthropology and the Central State Museum of Kazakhstan.

Bíró let people know that Krim Altynbek, Central Asia's most famous archaeological restorer will also be the guest of Kurultaj. Kazakhstan will exhibit Asian-related artifacts in the "tent of ancestors”, so visitors can see Kazakh rarities as well besides Scythians, Hun, Avar and “Honfoglalalás” (Conquest) period artifacts.

Bíró also visited Kyrgyzstan at the invitation of Professor Kadiraly Konkobayev. At the Manas University, Bíró held a successful presentation on the prehistory of the Caucasus region, Central Asia and the Carpathian Basin; the lecture was attended by several Kyrgyz academics including historians, archaeologists and linguists. The chairman of the Hungarian-Turan Foundation met the leaders of several Kyrgyz cultural associations and institutions as many of them indicated their intention to attend Kurultáj.

Kurultáj, the tribal assembly of kindred nations of Hungarian, Hun and Turkic origin will be held this year in Bugac organized by the Hungarian-Turan Foundation. In 2012, Kurultáj will be Hungary's most important cultural event and the largest Hungarian traditional showcase in the Carpathian Basin. The tribal assembly will be attended by delegations from 20 kindred Eastern nations. Organizers are expecting about a quarter of a million visitors to see Europe's largest traditional event. The patron of Kurultáj is Sándor Lezsák the speaker of the National Assembly.

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Szaniszló Ferenc: Ideje van a semleges független Magyarországnak

Tuesday, April 17, 2012

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Heart surgeon Lajos Papp: "A positive process has been started"

There are many reasons behind the deteriorating demographic data and the low birth rate in Hungary. One of the factors that causes low birth rate is the very high number of abortions. The precarious social situation impacts Hungarian fertility rate. Young people, although would like large families, afraid of taking the plunge. When has this process started and what may be the consequences? Heart surgeon Lajos Papp, against all odds optimistic about Hungarians and their future.

To what extent can abortion influence the demographic data?

A historian friend of mine has calculated that during one thousand and one hundred years, since the battle of Pozsony in 907 up to the present day in the various patriotic wars and revolutions as well as in epidemics about five million Hungarians lost their lives in the Carpathian Basin. In contrast, from 1956 to the present day, more than seven million abortions have been performed. The reproductive ability of the Hungarian population is truly outstanding. In comparison to British and German data, Hungarian productivity rate increased eight-fold during the mentioned period. As a result, the Hungarian population grew thirty-fold, so there is no reason to complain. Let's thank that we have such reproductive abilities. The big question is, why don't we use these abilities.

What are the reasons behind those high abortion numbers?

Lots of books have been written on the subject. The authors of those books are usually ridiculed at the time, but today everybody admits that they were right. The primary reason behind the high abortion rate is the loss of national identity, the denial of the real history of the country and money that has become the most important value for people. People say the car first and the baby comes only after. This concept had appeared during the socialist era and it is still with us. The media injects fear into the people, and as a result, they ask: what will happen to me and what will happen to my family? What will happen to my child, can I afford to raise him? The media suggesting that everything around us is uncertain, precarious. So, we consume what we get, rather than father a child. But not having a family, which is really irresponsible. There is a Hungarian proverb: "If God creates a bunny, he also provides it with grass” („Ha a jóisten ád nyulacskát, ad hozzá füvecskét is.). I would like to illustrate the meaning of this saying drawing from my own experiences. András Balczó (Hungarian modern pentathlete and Olympic champion ed.) who our nation's dominant personality in all respects invited me to his 60th birthday party that took place in a small company setting. Four of us were sitting at the table and Balczó's wife was about to give birth to her twelfth child. It turned out that the three men sitting at the table fathered forty children to three women. Then, I put my stupid question, how do you manage? Balczó replied: "Up to five a bit difficult, but after five, the children start providing to each other and life getting way easier. We don't have television, we are talking together and praying together. When someone doesn't trust in God, he becomes lonely and fears appear”. "In Hungarian families the time of child birth was always a festive time and of course, just like today, it required resignation and sacrifices as well. However, if we do not sacrifice for our family and the nation, how then can we expect from society to support us? We get back what we give.

How do you see the future of Hungarian families at the light of all these?

Against all odds, I am absolutely confident about the future of our country. I've visited more than one thousand four hundred towns and villages in the Carpathian Basin and I have experienced changes everywhere -- more and more people starting a big family. These are God fearing people and have strong Hungarian identities. A positive process has been started whose effects have not yet been felt because of the economic difficulties, political quarrels and social uncertainties. But, I am convinced that in four or five years, despite the deteriorating global situation Hungary's population start growing again.

what can these changes be attributed to?

People are embracing God en mass, national consciousness of the masses getting stronger and real Hungarian history is getting to the masses. No matter how unpleasant for some people, but the current government is working to neutralize the damages of anti-Hungarian forces. Success is not spectacular, but this is the way to go. I am not afraid that Hungarians will die out, but it matters how many people form the nation. The Hungarian language for example, is a protection for us. We have always been a host nation and assimilated the new comers very fast. Those who have arrived here and wanted to stay learned to speak Hungarian. And for us, it is essential to finally end the war with the neighboring countries and continue living in peace and love.

(Note: The renowned heart surgeon retired from his profession and now, he devotes all of his time to the awakening of the Hungarian people.)

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Patriotic youth disrupts Jewish march in Budapest

Monday, April 16, 2012

Yesterday, Jews marched through Budapest to remember their sufferings during World War II when a group of young people belonging to the “Új Hajnal” (New Dawn) organization, dressed in black uniform displayed a sign alongside the route with a warning: "Az Igazság felszabadít!" (Truth will set you free). Watch the video.

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Jobbik and Fidesz commemorate the victims of Katyn massacre

Sunday, April 15, 2012

In the Katyn Martyrs Memorial Park in the third district of Budapest, Jobbik and Fidesz commemorated the victims of Katyn in two separate ceremonies.

Jobbik deputy, István Szávay (Photo: Hering J.)

In the spring of 1940, in Katyn and two other locations Bolshevik terrorists executed over 22 thousand Polish officers, reserve officers, landowners and other officials, virtually beheading the Polish social elite.

Two officers with Hungarian background also fell victim to the massacre.

Aladár Emánuel Korompay and his wife

Aladár Emánuel Korompay was born in 1890 in Budapest, Hungary. He studied linguistics in Budapest and before the beginning of World War II he was sent to the Hungarology Department of the Warsaw University. He married a Polish girl and became a Polish citizen; he served in the Polish Army as a reserve officer. Korompay edited the first Hungarian-Polish dictionary. He was arrested in 1939 by the Soviets and he was executed in the spring of 1940 in Harkov. Korompay wasn't executed in Katyn, but because he was arrested with the other Polish officers who were executed in Katyn he is remembered along with the martyrs of Katyn.

The other victim with Hungarian background is Oskar Rudolf Kühnel. He was executed in the Katyn forest with the 22 thousand other officers. Kühnel's parents were Hungarians with ethnic Germans background; the family emigrated to Poland in the second half of the nineteenths century. Oskar Rudolf Kühnel was already born in Poland in 1897. He became a Polish army officer at the Army's 10th Light Artillery Regiment of Lodz, but at the outbreak of World War II, he fought against the Germans in an infantry regiment. Earlier, in 1920, he fought on the side of the Bolsheviks in Russia for which he was decorated. As an appreciation of his contribution to the Bolshevik cause his comrades executed him in the Katyn forest in April 1940. Kühnel's body was exhumed by the German Army in 1943, together with the other Polish martyrs. His personal belonging, including his diary was also recovered.

István Simicskó, Secretary of Defence (Photo: MTI)

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