Globalist worry: Jobbik support among university students is skyrocketing

Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Young people's commitment to democracy decreased by 13 percent comparing to a similar study conducted in 2008 says university research director, sociologist Andrea Szabó. If future intellectuals do not believe in democracy then we have a problem. This is a "worrying sign"; it reflects a serious crisis of legitimacy and increases the chances of dictatorial expectations among young people said the researcher.

According to a recent study, only 39 percent of university students think that democracy is the best of all existing systems (in 2008, 52 percent thoughts so); 33 percent of respondents think that under certain circumstances dictatorship is preferable to democracy and 28 percent of them said that for them it makes no difference.

Young people think that the biggest problem of our time is lack a sense of purpose in life and unemployment -- Jobbik sympathizers add to this the spread of deviant behavior and Gypsy crime.

But what really worries the globalists is the fact that among university students Jobbik is the most preferred party. The study found that 32 percent of all university students are Jobbik supporters, followed by LMP with 29 percent, Fidesz with 25 percent and the socialists and the Gyurcsanyist party combined attract only 13 percent support among young people.

In reality the balance of power even more favorable to Jobbik, as the study found that Jobbik supporters are more inclined to vote and more active than the supporters of the globalist parties. This explains why patriotic youth dominates social sites said the researcher.

The study found that Jobbik support is the strongest at the provincial universities; for instance, 50 percent of Miskolc University students are Jobbik supporters.

The research also found that young people gather information mostly from the Internet, and those sites are firmly controlled by Jobbik and Jobbik sympathizers. Among the main political parties besides Jobbik only Fidesz could attract notable youth support said the researcher.

(Hetek – –


Anonymous said...

Good news, the current generation has failed us, but I have hope in the next generation.

Anonymous said...

Great news for the Nationalists!

The 21st century is a struggle between the Globalists vs Nationalists - reclaiming what was stolen over the past +100 years, including the traditional order - replaced by the globalist Rothschild democracy. Most of Europe - pre-WW1, was Nationalist - except France - became proto-Globalist after the French Revolution - New World Order I. Napoleon was not marching across Europe for recreation (!) -he was an early globalist.

Fundamentally, all centralized control systems are dangerous - leads to concentration of power & much easier to control (media & corruption) than a distributed system. This is why the Globalists want to replace the middle-east dictatorships with democracy - Libya's Gaddafi & Syria's Annan are difficult to control, but replace them with democracy & it is trivial to control.

A fundamental problem is the definition of democracy. Today, it is just a loosely used word thrown about to give the citizens the impression it is their government when the reality is the government is controlled by interested parties. Representatives (politicians) are elected (usually to parties) & their priorities are 1) Themselves & getting re-elected, 2) The party they represent, 3) Friends who helped them get elected, 4) Special interest groups who support them, & lastly, 5) the Citizen - as long as the Citizen's interests don't conflict with groups 1) - 4). This is also premised on your party representative getting elected in your district - if they are not elected in your district, how can the elected politician you did not vote for, actually represent you Fundamentally, how can it be said a politician represents a Citizen when there are so many conflicting interests It is absurd on the face of it ! Democracy is largely a fiction to give the illusion of a representational system.

Democracy is, by definition - bottom-up - a combination of representational government & direct democracy with referendums, citizen input & citizen participation, etc. Today's Rothschild democracy is top-down - the governments never ask the citizen, they tell the citizen.

Switzerland's Canton system approaches democracy with binding referendums - a mixture of representational-direct democracy. Iceland recently cleaned-up its democracy with a new system designed by a citizen commission with (daily) progress posting online of their work for a new constitution including (daily) online citizen comment and input.The reported result - 2% (?) of voter signatures on an issue goes directly to Parliament for a vote, a 10% voter signatures goes to a binding referendum. Sounds like an improved system.

The reality is - if we actually had democracy, most of society's sickness would go away very, very quickly. The citizens would simply vote No to the sickness and the problem would be eliminated very quickly. In addition, politicians would realize who is the master (Citizen) and who is the civil servant (politician) - in a direct system, politicians either do as they are told or they are quickly removed through democratic procedure. Unfortunately, Representational democracy undermines the citizen - it gives the politician the power and puts the politician in-between the citizen and the voting on issues - it is trivial to corrupt or coerce a politician into serving other interests.

There are other alternatives - including researching & understanding previous (localized) democracy systems from +100 years ago - prior to WW1 (New World Order II). For example, before Germany was unified in 1871, the region was composed of +300 city-states - much more local control and it is harder to corrupt.

It is a complicated issue & the discussion needs to be expanded to understand what is democracy. Inclusive is an understanding of traditional democratic systems +100 years ago. How did our ancestors run society (?) - likely better than our current dysfunctional societies.

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