Picture of the day: Hungarian businesswoman, Natália Bugyi Vicsápi won the Businesswoman of the Year Award in Slovakia

Thursday, May 31, 2012

"I was surprised to win the award and of course, I was glad to be able to win in the business category, but when in the end it turned out that I won the absolute category as well I was stunned "- said the winner of the prize to MTI.

The Hungarian businesswoman is all the more happy because she succeeded as a Hungarian. When she learned that she was nominated for the prize, she raised the question whether is it possible for an ethnic Hungarian to win such competition in Slovakia, but as the recent victory shows it is possible said Natália.

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Trianon commemoration services will be held across the country. HVIM annual Trianon march will be held on June 3, 2012

The HVIM (Sixty-four County Youth Movement) will hold its biggest annual march of the year remembering the Trianon Dictate on June 3, 2012.


László Toroczkai (HVIM)
Gyula György Zagyva(HVIM)
Tamás Gaudi-Nagy (Jobbik)
Gergely Dobay (HVIM)
Boglárka Szakál (MRM)

Live performances of folk songs and the front man of the “Romantikus Erőszak” rock band, Balázs Sziva make the event more colorful.

The event starts at Regnum Marianum Cross ('56-osok tere) at 14:30, on June 3, 2012 (Sunday); marchers stop at the successor states' embassies where speeches will be delivered by leading members of the various nationalist movements.

This year's march, besides remembering the historical disgrace of the Trianon Dictate has other actuality as well. Hungarian citizenship has been denied from individuals who are members of HVIM while Israeli applicants are granted Hungarian citizenship “no questions asked”. It is now clear that the Hungarian government excluding members of Hungary largest youth movement from the benefits of Hungarian citizenship.

The Sixty-Four County Youth Movement (HVIM) is asking everyone who disagrees with the Fidesz government's scandalous policy to join the demonstration!

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Sister City agreement between Budapest and Beijing approved

Budapest municipal assembly unanimously approved the sister city agreement between Budapest and Beijing.

The Hungarian and Chinese capital negotiated a friendship and cooperation agreement in 2005, which is now has been updated to sister city status.

The draft agreement targets mutual exchanges of information and cooperation in areas such as public transport and infrastructure, industry, water management, environment, waste management, education, culture, tourism, media and communications, information technology, economics, trade and business development.

Budapest city council also approved a three-year Memorandum of Understanding agreement with Shanghai aiming to cooperate in trade, infrastructure development, tourism, culture and education.

In addition, the municipal council unanimously approved a draft resolution on friendship and cooperation with Azerbaijan's capital, Baku.

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An example to follow: Russia registers ‘non-feminist’ women’s party

Wednesday, May 30, 2012

While our country and the entire western world is in a deadly embrace of satanic forces Russia is already moving forward on the spiritual path.

The Russian Justice Ministry has registered the For Women of Russia party that positions itself as non-feminist and with equal gender participation.

According to the ministry’s decree, the party’s numbers are around 100,000 and its founding convention that took place about a month ago gathered 90 representatives from 45 regions of the Russian Federation. The registration of For Women of Russia brings the number of official political parties in the country up to ten.

For Women of Russia existed as a public movement for many years, but re-registered as a political party only now, after Dmitry Medvedev’s amendments to legislation making the founding and existence of parties much simpler.
For Women of Russia states its objective as “restoration of the family and through the family of Russia’s spirituality”. Party leader Galina Khavrayeva has especially stressed that her organization is not a feminist movement. “We are not feminists, we have about 50 percent of male members and these people are heads of our regional offices,” the RIA-Novosti news agency quoted the politician as saying.

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Gergely Koltai, the founder of Hungary's most popular rock band, the Kormorán, is 60 years old

The leader, composer and songwriter of one of the most popular Hungarian nationalist rock bands is 60 years old. For the occasion, there will be a birthday party concert in the Urania Cinema with lots of invited guest performers like Deák Bill Gyula, Gesztesi Károly, Halmos Béla, Kalapács József, Keresztes Ildikó, Miller Zoltán, Papadimitriu Athina, Sebő Ferenc, Szulák Andrea, Varga Klári, Vikidál Gyula and Rékasi Károly.

Those who are controlling the Hungarian cultural scene, despite the band's enormous popularity boycotting their songs; the controlled mainstream TV and radio stations hardly play the band's music, as a result.


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Another false flag, this time you don't even have to ask “in whose interests”

Yesterday night, gypsy perpetrators painted anti-gypsy slogans and Nazi symbols on several buildings in Nagykanizsa.

How do we know that the perpetrators were gypsies and the incident was a false flag? Simple, they betrayed themselves by making “gypsy specific spelling errors” something that Hungarians never do. So this time, you don't event have to ask the question “in whose interests?” to find out the identity of the perpetrators. For instance, they spelled Hitler's name with two “t”, and the syntax of the Hungarian text is also incorrect. They were not sure how to draw the swastika either, as you can see on the photos.

Those who are running the gypsy agenda desperately want to create another trouble spot in the country as the Gyöngyöspata project didn't work out as the town elected a Jobbik mayor who restored law and order making the town livable again.

The message says: "Megdögletek cigányok, x-el jelöltek, égni fogtok!" (“Gypsies, you are going to die, the houses marked with “x” will be burned down!”) (Hungarian speakers notice the gypsy specific grammatical errors!)

Zala County Police press officer Gábor Szabados said police are investigating the incident under the provision of use of illegal totalitarian symbols.

(Notes: Let's see what police will do as it is crystal clear for everybody with average intelligence that this was a false flag operation executed by gypsies in behalf of those who are controlling law-enforcement agencies. I'm sure that police already know the identity of the perpetrators, but afraid of arresting them. Three possible scenarios are likely: 1. police arrest an innocent man and blame the incident on him; 2. police downplay the incident blaming it on drunkards or rowdy youth; 3. police put the case on the back-burner until they frame someone perhaps a patsy that then can be charged with the incident. I would be surprised if the real perpetrators were arrested; that would expose the identity of their handlers. The control of the Hungarian law-enforcement agencies and the legal system is total; so much so that police didn't dare to question Daniel Peter (not to mention arresting him) when he vandalized the Horthy monument despite the fact that police had all the evidence to take action as the man took pictures of himself in front of the desecrated monument and posted it on Facebook. This tells you who is in charge in the country and how much leeway the Hungarian government has when it comes to making decisions.)

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A couple of hundred brain-dead celebrated Janos Kadar's 100th birthday at the Fiume Road National Cemetery

Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Photos: (Butt)Kissing skill is the key to advance your career in such a competitive environment

Saturday morning, a couple of hundred Bolshevik vampires gathered at the Fiume Road National Cemetery to celebrate the 100th birthday of the last Bolshevik ruler of the country, Janos Kadar.

The event also attended by several fossilized apparatchiks like Bela Biszku, who committed mass murder after Soviet forces crushed the 1956 uprising.

Kadar was born out of wedlock in Fiume in 1912, as János József Czermanek and he was brought up partly by foster parents. After completing four grade of primary school, he studied typewriter mechanics in Budapest, a trade in which he never worked due to joining the communist party in his very early age. Through flattery and deception, Kadar advanced up the party ladder slowly but surely.

Kadar, a shrewd opportunist, finally made it to the top in 1956 by becoming the first secretary of the Communist party. He is responsible for the post-1956 reprisals by ordering the execution of hundreds of resistance fighters, but he didn't hesitate to betray and order the execution of his own friends and comrades, like Laszlo Rajk and many others when his personal interests demanded so – not that they didn't deserve it, this is just to say what kind of person Kadar was.

After the Soviet army crushed the 1956 revolution, he became the most powerful man of the country that he ruled until 1988. He died of cancer on July 6, 1989 at age 77.

Kadar inflicted tremendous damage on the Hungarian national consciousness by introducing goulash communism, a system based on the concept of appealing to the basest desires of the masses in order to corrupt them and make them give up their unalienable human rights voluntarily.

Kádár's grave at the Kerepesi Cemetery in Budapest was dug up under the cover of the night and a number of his bones, including his skull, were taken along with his wife Mária Tamáska's urn. A message reading "murderers and traitors may not rest in holy ground 1956–2006" was written nearby.

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Lajos Kassai is the winner of Jordan's Second International Horseback Archery Competition

Monday, May 28, 2012

Jordan's Second International Horseback Archery Competition was held on May 23-26, 2012 in Al Faris.

48 competitors from twenty countries took part in the competition including three Hungarians: Lajos Kassai, Mátyás Ruszák and Márton Szmrecsányi.

Competitors contested in three different main styles: the Hungarian (European), the Korean (Asian), and the Oriental (Turkish combined with Jordanian disciplines), which has been introduced for the first time this year.

Lajos Kassai has found no match among the competitors and won the first prize of the tournament. The prize has been handed over to the Hungarian horseback archery master by King Abdullah of Jordan's son Prince Hussein personally.

Participating countries: Hungary, Jordan, China, England, France, Germany, Iran, Japan, Korea, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Poland, Romania, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, USA, Brazil.

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Police action in the Horthy monument desecration case, but not what you've expected

Sunday, May 27, 2012

What we feared has come true. The Hungarian government that is under the total control of behind the scene forces used the Horthy incident (which was a provocation) to crack down on patriotic Hungarians by using methods reminiscent of the Stalinist era of the 1950th.

In response to the desecration of the monument, “unknown perpetrator(s)” painted anti-Jewish slogans on a structure in Budapest (by all probability, it was a false flag carried out by the very same entities that desecrated the Horthy monument. Just ask, in whose interest and you don't need tangible evidence for that).

On Sunday, police arrested HVIM board member Béla Incze by violating his most basic human rights – the right of access to a lawyer as he was prevented to get in touch with his attorney during his arrest procedure.

The HVIM leadership issued a statement in regard of the illegal arrest; they informed the public that they consider the police action as an abduction case and will challenge it in every conceivable way.

Prosecutor on duty Dr. Katalin Horvath issued a statement making crystal clear that the main public prosecutor's office rejects any inquiry into the conditions of Béla Incze's arrest and dismissed Jobbik member of parliament Szilvia Bertha questions about the reasons why police prevented the suspect's lawyer to be present during the arrest procedure.

Today, about 200 people demonstrated at the “Markó utca” detention center demanding the release of the patriot.

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László Cseh wins gold, Dávid Verrasztó silver in Men's 400 IM at the European Long Course Championships in Debrecen on May 27,2012

Men's 400 IM
Hungary's Laszlo Cseh, one of the top individual medley swimmers of the past decade, had no trouble here, cruising to victory in 4:12.17. That performance shot him up to sixth in the world rankings, a three second improvement from his previous best of 4:15.15 from March. David Verraszto, also of Hungary, held on for second in 4:14.23, just in front of Greece's Ioannis Drymonakos (4:14.41).

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Katinka Hosszú wins gold, Zsuzsanna Jakabos silver in women's 200m butterfly at the European Long Course Championships in Debrecen on May 27,2012

Photo: Reuters

After trailing for most of the race, Hungary's Katinka Hosszu put together a huge last 50 to overtake the field and successfully defend her title from 2010. Hosszu's final time of 2:07.28 just beat teammate Zsuzsanna Jakabos' 2:07.86. Sweden's Martina Granstroem took the race out fast and led at the final turn but faded to third in 2:08.22.

1. HOSSZÚ KATINKA 2:07.28 p
3. Martina Granström (Sweden) 2:08.22

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Photo report: The Csíksomlyó pilgrimage

Saturday, May 26, 2012

The Csíksomlyó pilgrimage is the annual gathering of hundreds of thousands of Hungarian Catholics held at Pentecost near Csíksomlyó, Erdély.

The pilgrimage associated with the Shrine of Mary founded by the Observant branch of the Franciscan Order. The Shrine houses the famous statue of Mary who is surrounded by rays of the sun; she is standing on the globe and the crescent moon, her head surrounded by a halo of twelve stars. The crescent moon has a human face. Mary holds a queen's scepter in her right hand and the child Jesus in her left, both wearing crown. The 227-cm, gold-plated and painted wood sculpture was originally the central theme of a side altar. The statue of Mary dates back to the the beginning of the 16th century.

In the 1990s the church and the surrounding region could no longer accommodate the hundreds of thousands pilgrims. In 1993, a new altar was built at the mountain side and since then the celebration of the Eucharist have been taking place outdoors.

The Csíksomlyó pilgrimage is also a demonstration of the solidarity of Hungarians around the world.

This year Csíksomlyó pilgrimage has been attended by the Speaker of the House László Kövér, Deputy Prime Minister Zsolt Semjén, Jobbik president Gábor Vona as well as members of Jobbik fraction, including Gergely Farkas, Balázs Lenhardt, Ádám Mirkóczki, Sándor Pörzse, Sebestyén Vágó, Zoltán Magyar and István Szávay.

Gábor Vona and Sándor Pörzse

Csángó Hungarian pilgrims heading for

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Boglárka Kapás: Fish doesn't have broad shoulders, yet it can move fast in the water

Friday, May 25, 2012

(Photo: Czeglédi Zsolt /MTI)

"There are moments when I think I am still dreaming. Needless to say, the adrenaline couldn't let me sleep for a long time. I'm still not calmed down, but as more people congratulating me and I get more encouraging words, reality starts to set in: I'm European Champion. I think every athletes works towards these moments"- said Boglárka Kapás after winning the 800m free at the European Long Course Championships in Debrecen, which is by the way her hometown.

"At four hundred meters, I started pulling ahead, I saw I was advancing very well, but I was also certain that at some point there will be an impasse. Others came after me, but by then, I felt that nothing can stop me. The cheering crowd helped a lot. I also thought of my Mom, who was in the audience, I swam for her as well."

"I could hardly hold back my tears when I was standing on the podium. I felt if I start crying now I won't be able to stop for several minutes " she added.

(Photo: Ferenc Isza /AFP)

The 19-year-old started swimming when attended kindergarten – she was two years old when the family moved from Debrecen to Budapest.

“My talent was noticed early on, but also that I won't have huge muscles ever -- I don't do any weight training even today. I just keep my body in proper shape – big muscles would slow me down in the water.”

She agrees with the saying that fish doesn't have broad shoulders, yet it can move fast in the water.

At the Beijing Olympics, she was the youngest and the slimmest athlete of the Hungarian team -- less than 50 kilos.

Full name: Kapás Boglárka
Nationality: Hungary
Born: April 22, 1993 (age 19)
Height: 1.71 m (5 ft 7 in)
Weight: 52 kilograms (110 lb)
Sport: Swimming
Stroke(s): Freestyle
Club: BVSC

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Gypsy criminals robbed a new Hungarian citizen

Photo: Gypsies love gold necklaces

A 29-year-old man celebrated his newly acquired Hungarian citizenship in Pilismarót when three gypsy criminals assaulted and robbed him. Police arrested all three perpetrators said police press officer on Thursday.

Police spokeswoman Gabriella informed the media that the three criminals assaulted the victim on Tuesday night without reason demanding money from him; the gypsies punched the victim several times and when he fell to the ground the criminals ripped the gold chain necklace from his neck and ran away.

The victim has given a detailed description of the criminals and as a result, police arrested all three; they are between 19 and 24 years of age.

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Thus passes the glory of the world. Wallenberg had 15 kilos of gold in his car

New data on the missing Swedish diplomat Raoul Wallenberg reveals that he had at least 15 kilos of gold and jewelry in his car when he was arrested by the Russians in 1945.

The new data may explain the disappearance of the Swedish diplomat, writes Swedish newspaper Svenska Dagbladet.

Raoul Wallenberg led the rescue of Jews in Hungary between 1944 and 1945.

Swedish scholar Bengt Jangefeldts's new book "Raoul Wallenberg - a biography" reveals that when Wallenberg was arrested by the Soviets, he had between 15 and 20 kilos of gold, jewelry and cash in his car. The value of the gold is estimated today to be 1.7 million kronor.

This may explain why he was held in Budapest in 1945 and never released, and why there is no answer to what happened to him.

The Russians already believed that Wallenberg was involved in a “German conspiracy” and allegedly suspected him of trying to escape with property belonging to anti-democratic persons.

The gold may also have led the Swedish foreign ministry to distrust Wallenberg and made no efforts to secure his release.

(Notes: I've translated the article with the help of Google translator. I couldn't however, make sense of the following paragraph: “Ryssarna som redan ­ansåg att han var inblandad i en ”tysk konspiration” ska ha menat att han ”försökt undansticka egendom tillhörig antidemokratiska personer”, skriver SvD.” Could anyone, who understands Swedish, help me translating this paragraph properly?. Thanks. Ed. Source)


Wallenberg hade 15 kilo guld i bilen

Nya uppgifter om den försvunna svenske diplomaten
Raoul Wallenberg hade minst 15 kilo guld och smycken i bilen när han häktades av ryssarna 1945.

De nya uppgifterna kan vara förklaringen till den svenske diplomatens ­försvinnande, skriver Svenska Dagbladet.

Raoul Wallenberg ledde räddningsaktioner av judar i Ungern mellan 1944 och 1945.
Tanken full med guld
I Rysslandskännaren Bengt Jangefeldts nya bok ”Raoul Wallenberg – en biografi” avslöjas att när Wallenberg häktades av Sovjet hade han stoppat tanken full med mellan 15 och 20 kilo guld, smycken och kontanter. Värdet på guldet beräknas i dag vara 1,7 miljoner kronor.

Det kan förklara varför han häktades i Budapest 1945 och aldrig släpptes fri, och varför det inte finns ­något svar på vad som hänt honom.
”Tysk konspiration”

Ryssarna som redan ­ansåg att han var inblandad i en ”tysk konspiration” ska ha menat att han ”försökt undansticka egendom tillhörig antidemokratiska personer”, skriver SvD.

Guldet kan också ha lett till att svenska UD riktade misstro mot Wallenberg och därför inte ansträngde sig för att reda ut var han fanns.

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Gergő Kis wins gold medal in Men's 800 free

(Photo: Tumbász Hédi)

Men's 800 free
After winning two silver, Hungary's Gergő Kis rocketed to the continental top in freestyle with a time of 7:49.46, by defeating Italian rival Gregorio Paltrinieri on day five at the European Long Course Championships in Debrecen.

1. Gergő Kis (Hungary) 7:49.46
2. Gregorio Paltrinieri (Italy) 7:52.23
3. Serhij Frolov (Ukraine) 7:52.81
4. Sebastien Rouault (France) 7:53.78

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Daniella Éltető wins gold medal at SZEGED KICKBOXING WORLD CUP

Because she found no opponent in her weight class, she decided that tries herself in a higher weight category at Szeged WAKO Kickboxing World Cup competitions.

The Tokaj Amazon didn't shy away from the fights when learned that she had to fight against older and heavier opponents within the K-1 rules system.

First, she defeated Belorussian Thai boxer, the 70-kg Darya Siahodnik.

“In the final, I fought against Russian kick-boxer Samenova Angelina. I managed to win the fight with technical knockout. I'm very happy” said Daniella after the match.

The Hungarian team performed very well at the World Cup in Szeged. Besides Daniella, Antoine Habash and Benjámin Horváth also won gold medals by defeating Russian and Belarusian opponents.

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Gold medals rained down on the Hungarian swim team on day four at the European Long Course Championships in Debrecen

Thursday, May 24, 2012

Women's 800 free
Hungary's Boglarka Kapas snared the distance freestyle triumph with a time of 8:26.49. That swim pushed her to fifth in the world behind Rebecca Adlington (8:18.54), Xin Xin (8:22.76), Mireia Belmonte (8:25.55) and Katie Ledecky (8:25.85). Hungary's Eva Risztov (8:27.87) won bronze.

Boglárka Kapás (Photo: Attila Kisbenedek / AFP)

Women's 200 IM
The host nation went back-to-back to start the night as Katinka Hosszu ripped off a 2:10.84 to win the medley. Hungary's Evelyn Verraszto also gave the partisan crowd a back-to-back 1-3 effort with a bronze-winning 2:11.63 to earn 11th in the world rankings.

Katinka Hosszú & Evelyn Verrasztó (Photo: Tumbász Hédi)

Men's 200 breast
Hungary picked up its third straight continental title of the night with Daniel Gyurta throwing down a meet record in the distance breast. Gyurta posted a 2:08.60 for the win, vaulting from 10th in the world to third.

Dániel Gyurta (Photo: Attila Kisbenedek / AFP)

Men's 200 fly
Hungary jumped back into the win column in the distance fly with a 1-2 finish. Laszlo Cseh smoked the field with a winning time of 1:54.95 to move to third in the world behind only Takeshi Matsuda (1:54.01) and Nick D'Arcy (1:54.71), while Bence Biczo finished second in 1:55.85, just off his eighth-ranked season best of 1:55.77 that lead the semifinal heats.

László Cseh (Photo: Illyés Tibor /MTI)

Bence Biczó (Photo: Reuters)

Women's 800 free relay
Zsuzsanna Jakabos, Evelyn Verraszto, Agnes Mutina and Katinka Hosszu took silver for the host nation with a 7:54.70.

Katinka Hosszú, Zsuzsanna Jakabos, Ágnes Mutina and Evelyn Verrasztó (Photo: Tumbász Hédi)

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