PM Viktor Orbán: A new world order is emerging in Europe

Saturday, September 29, 2012

PM Viktor Orbán inaugurated the Monument of Hungarian Unity in the Ópusztaszer Historical Memorial Park on Saturday, where he said in the future Europe only strong nations will survive.

He emphasized the importance of strengthening national unity; the prime minister said every Hungarian is responsible for each other.

He stressed that the Hungarian nation and the country's borders don't coincide; millions of Hungarians live in the lost territories therefore, a strong political community is needed to strengthen the feeling of togetherness.

"Anyone who can read the signs of the times can see that a new world order is emerging in the European continent. The first commandment of this emerging new world is this: the strong nations unite and the weak ones disappear; the strong nations join forces and the weak ones fall apart. I wish all Hungarians to have ears to hear and eyes to see the signs of the times," said the prime minister.

The Monument of National Unity is the work of sculptor Péter Matl of Kárpátalja. The monument depicts a spread-winged, 210 centimeters tall bronze turul (a mythical falcon) holding a sword in its claws standing on the top of a 10-meter high carved limestone column decorated with tendril patterns that symbolize the unity of the nation. The statue has an east-west orientation, which refers to the direction of the migration of the Magyars. The memorial has been positioned to be visible from all parts of the Ópusztaszer Historical Memorial Park.

The prime minister stressed that the turul (a mythical falcon) is the archetypal symbol of Hungarians. Hungarians born into this symbolism like in language or history. "The seven tribes who took back the Carpathian basin a thousand years ago, state founder St. Stephen and the turul are the national identity symbols of those who live today, who already died and who still haven't been born,” said Viktor Orbán.

After the inauguration ceremony 98 new Hungarians took the citizenship oath.

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Looking into the eyes of Bolshevik murderers

Friday, September 28, 2012

Jobbik, several patriotic organizations, including the Hungarian Guard and Kurultaj organizers held a rally this afternoon at the houses of two war criminals that still alive, Bela Biszku and György Mátsik. The two Boshevik monsters are heavily involved in the post-1956 reprisals including the murder of innocent civilians and even minors.

Biszku and Mátsik, the soul-mates of Gyurcsany, Bajnai, Kovacs and other Bolshevik traitors have no remorse and even today they don't regret what they have done. They live well on higher than average retirement pension while their victims are struggling to earn their daily bread.

About 2000 people, including Jobbik members of parliament showed up at György Mátsik's house with protest signs and flags.

In the mostly young crowd, also appeared many older people. They told that they came to the rally because their relatives were imprisoned and murdered by these monsters in the post-revolutionary reprisals.

One of the speakers of the event was Kurultaj organizer, anthropologist Zsolt András Bíró; he said we should fight even if there was no hope, but in the current situation there is hope. It is a shame that 22 years after the collapse of communism we still have to fight to bring the traitors, who murdered countless Hungarian patriots, to justice.

Jobbik deputy György Szilagyi said there are people in this country who do not accept that former Communists govern the country. Hungarians are humiliated on a daily bases while minorities and Hungarian-haters enjoy privileges even in the judiciary said the Jobbik politician. Then, he added patriot groups should join forces because only together can the traitors be defeated.

The crowd then marched to Biszku's house where MEP Krisztina Morvai, Tamas Gaudi-Nagy, Előd Novák and others joined the demonstrators.

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Autumn Equinox ritual will be performed at Dobogókő on September 28 by Tuva Shaman

Thursday, September 27, 2012

The Shambhala Center of Tibet organizes an Equinox ceremony at Dobogókő Platan Panzió on September 28 at 2.30 pm.

At sunset, Tuva Shaman Oiun Adigzsi See oglu (he already performed a cleansing ceremony in the Hungarian Parliament in March) performs a ritual by greeting the spirits of Pilis Mountains or the host spirits. The Tuva Shaman will among others be thanking for this year's harvest. Tuva Shaman Oiun Adigzsi See oglu has been initiated since his birth.

Folk singer Éva Kanalas also participates in the ceremony. Those witnessing the event are encouraged to participate in the ritual with drums, small stones and other ritual instruments.

The 'Obo' ceremony originates in Central-Asia. The classical Mongolian oboga 'heap, pile' relates to the Mongolian verb oboi meaning accumulate. The Mongol and Turkic people of Central-Asia created stone or wood stacks or heaps for the spirits (in Tuva 'oran eezi') of sacred places. They built these structures to mark off the border of the place. Passersby prayed at the stone or wood stacks and put a piece of stone or wood on the top of the heap.

People occasionally build 'obo-s' to the spirits of the mountain passes and wellsprings. Due to Buddhist influence nowadays, they tie silk ribbons (hadag) to the 'obo-s'. It is also common that people build a 'mother obo' and 12 smaller 'obo-s' that they call children.

The newly completed 'obo' is inaugurated by a Shaman. During the yearly sacrificial ceremonies the Shaman falls into trance so that his soul can encounter with the spirits of the place or the host spirits. Sometimes, they put the bones of sacrificial animals on the top of the 'obo'.

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Another ultimatum was issued to the colony

The European Commission sent a reminder to Hungary on Thursday calling on the government to respect the EU regulations and revoke the citizenship requirement for notaries.

The European Commission pointed out that the European Court of Justice has already ruled that such nationality requirement is contrary to several treaties' freedom of movement criterion.

Brussels argues that notary's activity is not covered by exceptions that otherwise can be applied as a limitation to official authority related activities.

(Notes: It seems that the colonizers need foreign notaries to be able to expand their colonial rule in the country. Forcing the government to drop the citizenship requirement for notaries certainly encourages colonialist entrepreneurs to plant their agents into the Hungarian administrative system before the land purchase moratorium expires in 2014.)

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Shocking sentence: The desecration of the Horthy monument was "morally positive" and "socially useful"

Wednesday, September 26, 2012

As we reported earlier, lawyer Peter Daniel vandalized a newly erected Horthy monument in Kereki in May by smearing red paint over the statue. The hate-monger took pictures of himself in front of the desecrated monument and the following day uploaded them to Facebook. As a result, a criminal complaint was filed against him by the municipality of Kereki.

Today, Siófok Municipal Court handed down a shocking sentence in the case. Although, Daniel was found guilty of vandalism, but in the sentence, the judge added that Daniel's act of vandalism was "morally positive" and "socially useful".

Daniel received the mildest possible punishment for his vandal act; he was reprimanded, and ordered to pay HUF 121,600 in court costs.

Both the prosecution and the defendant appealed against the judgment.

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EU imperial inspectors arrived in Budapest

Tuesday, September 25, 2012

European Parliament's Civil Liberties Committee delegation arrived in Hungary for a three-day visit on Monday. The eight-member delegation, which includes ministers, parliamentary faction leaders, journalists and the judiciary discuss issues with Hungarian civil society representatives.

Apparently, the committee will prepare a report on Hungary's recent legislative changes and examine whether the new Basic Law is in line with European Treaties.

The eight-member delegation is led by Socialist parliamentarian Juan Fernando López Aguilar who will hold a press conference on Wednesday.

According to the European Parliament's Hungarian office, a European Parliament resolution called on the EP Civil Liberties expert committee on February 16, 2012 to prepare a report on the colonial administrative district once called Hungary paying particular attention to recent legal changes and the new Basic Law.

The report of the committee will decide whether it is necessary to apply article 7. against the country. In general, article 7. can be applied if the committee finds that there is a risk of a serious breach of EU values.

According to the EU charter, if a colony breaches fundamental EU values, punitive actions can be applied against the unruly colony, which can include sanctions like the suspension of voting rights.

The EU inspectors left Hungary after scrutinizing the country's legal system for three days. The colonial operation had only one purpose to humiliate the indigenous population as the inspectors had no legal skills whatsoever to form an educated opinion about the Hungarian legal system as Krisztina Morvai pointed out in the video.

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World champion swimmer Katinka Hosszú parted ways with her long term coach Dave Salo

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World champion swimmer Katinka Hosszú does not train with her long term coach anymore reporting “Nemzeti Sport”.

I've decided that I terminate my long term association with my coach Dave Salo said Katinka. She flew to Los Angeles to discuss her poorer than expected performance at the London Summer Games with her coach, but he couldn't answer her questions.

My coach attended the London Olympics as part of the U.S. delegation, and he didn't really care about my performance. We barely spoke to each other in London.

Regardless what happened, she owes him gratitude after all she has become a world champion swimmer while training almost exclusively under Dave Salo said Katinka.

Currently, Katinka trains in Baja, Hungary with her boyfriend Shane Tusup.

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Without knowing the past a prosperous future can not be built

Monday, September 24, 2012

Hungary and Lithuania fight together in Brussels to ensure that the European community sufficiently deals with the crimes of communist dictatorships said Prime Minister Viktor Orbán on Monday in Vilnius, Lithuania where he and his colleague Lithuanian Prime Minister Andrius Kubilius met with former political prisoners and exiles.

The prime minister stressed that he and his Lithuanian counterpart agree that "it is not possible to build a future, if we are not aware of our past. If we build our future without knowing the past, that building won't last for a long time. "

Viktor Orbán thanked Lithuanians for supporting Hungary in the especially difficult past two years when Hungary adopted a new constitution and was under attack by special interest groups – Lithuanians always stood by us said the prime minister.

Addressing to former political prisoners and exiles the prime minister said, looking at your generation and thinking of the sufferings you have gone through – the Gulag, Siberia, the concentration camps – make me realize that despite all the problems we face today, we should thank God for giving us a much better fate. If you managed to survive the twentieth century, then we are somehow going to deal with the current economic crisis as well said the prime minister.

The Lithuanian Prime Minister remarked that in the 20th century Lithuania and Hungary had to face similar problems. He welcomed Hungarian efforts to designate August 23 the European Day of Remembrance of the victims of totalitarian regimes.

Today, Viktor Orbán also met the speaker of the Lithuanian parliament Irena Degutiene at a working lunch and gave an interview to the Baltic country's public service television station, then attended a memorial service for the victims of communism in the Tuskulena Memorial Park.

The Hungarian government conducts a daily war of independence against the national debt aiming to reduce it below 50 percent said Orbán in Vilnius. The prime minister made a one day official visit to Lithuania on Monday.

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Will 2013 be designated as the year of Horthy?

This is what Jobbik is proposing. The National Assembly Committee for Culture and Media will put the proposal on the agenda Monday; the bill has been introduced by Jobbik representatives Gábor Vona, Gergely Farkas and István Szávay. The occasion is the twentieth anniversary of the reburial of the former governor.

The bill says: The current Basic Law establishes that the fundamental source of legitimacy is the historical constitution. This legal framework is the foundation on which the economic and moral renewal of the Hungarian nation is based.

Miklós Horthy is associated with prosperity that continued for a quarter of a century after the first world war. The former governor's cultural, moral, educational and foreign policy served the Hungarian nation, which can be a model for all responsible politicians.

Miklós Horthy successfully steered the country clear of falling into the trap of dictatorial experiments characterized the period between the world wars, and as a result Hungary had remained a constitutional state until 1944. Horthy has never accepted the Trianon dictate and peacefully reunited the lost territories with the motherland.

In addition, Horthy's exemplary life can be an inspiration to all politicians. To date, we can look at him as the last true Hungarian statesman. His historic achievements can be an inspiration to us all and can help us with our struggle for the moral and spiritual renewal of our country says the bill tabled by three Jobbik politicians.

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The speaker of parliament László Kövér speaks up against the use of double standards in Strasbourg

Sunday, September 23, 2012

It is unacceptable that the European Court of Human Rights ruled against Hungary and basically, legalized the use of communist symbols said László Kövér in Strasbourg on Thursday.

The speaker of the Hungarian parliament attended the Parliament Presidents Conference and in his speech he argued that the European Court of Human Rights used double standards when overruled the Hungarian criminal code that bans the use of totalitarian symbols; the court handed down a biased decision when ruled in favor of the perpetrators that violated the Hungarian criminal code when displayed communist symbols on their clothes.

Kövér quoted Václav Havel who said there is no difference between the swastika and the hammer and the sickle. "If the European Court of Human Rights wants its judgments to be accepted not only as an obligation but as a moral decree, it has to hand down morally justifiable judgments said Kövér.

A few month ago, globalist agents, communist agitators and other entities of foreign influence openly displayed the red star on their shirts to provoke the Hungarian government into action. The Hungarian criminal code bans the use of totalitarian symbols, which include both Nazi and communist symbols. After the Hungarian court ruled against the agent provocateurs, they appealed to the European Court of Human Rights in Brussels, that (not surprisingly) overruled the Hungarian court and ordered the Hungarian government to pay compensation to the perpetrators for infringing their freedom of expression.

Hungarian authorities have no choice, but to implement the European Court of Human Rights decision and pay damages to the culprits said Kövér. If certain entities want to make business out of this legal situation, the Hungarian government can do two things: either, it pays compensation indefinitely, or change the criminal code and allow the use of both the Nazi and the communist symbols. (The communist symbols maybe, but I doubt that the government has the audacity to decriminalize the use of swastika and other Nazi symbols -- that would enrage the empire. A move like that most probably would invite sanctions and other punitive measures, covert or overt, it doesn't matter. It is more likely, the Hungarian government will adopt the double standards policy of the European Union and the European Court of Human Rights and allow the use of the red star and other communist symbols in public life, but continue persecuting those using other kinds of symbols. Today, double standard is the norm in international relations. It was always like that though, but before it was concealed, today however, all the pretense is gone.).

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Crazy police officer has been taken into custody

Last week, police officer István Farkas (see the picture) had an argument with a customer in a pub in the town of Gödöllő. After the altercation the off-duty police officer left the pub and returned a few minutes later with a machete and a steel baton attacking the victim who as a result suffered large cuts to his head and face that left his skull and facial bones exposed.

After the assault the off-duty police officer went into hiding. It took police nearly a week to find and arrest him.

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A young Canadian with Hungarian ancestry looking for his roots

Saturday, September 22, 2012

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Shock findings in new GMO study: Rats fed lifetime of GM corn grow horrifying tumors, 70% of females die early

Friday, September 21, 2012

by Mike Adams

(NaturalNews) Eating genetically modified corn (GM corn) and consuming trace levels of Monsanto's Roundup chemical fertilizer caused rats to develop horrifying tumors, widespread organ damage, and premature death. That's the conclusion of a shocking new study that looked at the long-term effects of consuming Monsanto's genetically modified corn.

The study has been deemed "the most thorough research ever published into the health effects of GM food crops and the herbicide Roundup on rats." News of the horrifying findings is spreading like wildfire across the internet, with even the mainstream media seemingly in shock over the photos of rats with multiple grotesque tumors... tumors so large the rats even had difficulty breathing in some cases. GMOs may be the new thalidomide.

"Monsanto Roundup weedkiller and GM maize implicated in 'shocking' new cancer study" wrote The Grocery, a popular UK publication. (

It reported, "Scientists found that rats exposed to even the smallest amounts, developed mammary tumors and severe liver and kidney damage as early as four months in males, and seven months for females."

The Daily Mail reported, "Fresh row over GM foods as French study claims rats fed the controversial crops suffered tumors." (

It goes on to say: "The animals on the GM diet suffered mammary tumors, as well as severe liver and kidney damage. The researchers said 50 percent of males and 70 percent of females died prematurely, compared with only 30 percent and 20 percent in the control group."

The study, led by Gilles-Eric Seralini of the University of Caen, was the first ever study to examine the long-term (lifetime) effects of eating GMOs. You may find yourself thinking it is absolutely astonishing that no such studies were ever conducted before GM corn was approved for widespread use by the USDA and FDA, but such is the power of corporate lobbying and corporate greed.

The study was published in The Food & Chemical Toxicology Journal and was just presented at a news conference in London.

Findings from the study

Here are some of the shocking findings from the study:

• Up to 50% of males and 70% of females suffered premature death.

• Rats that drank trace amounts of Roundup (at levels legally allowed in the water supply) had a 200% to 300% increase in large tumors.

• Rats fed GM corn and traces of Roundup suffered severe organ damage including liver damage and kidney damage.

• The study fed these rats NK603, the Monsanto variety of GM corn that's grown across North America and widely fed to animals and humans. This is the same corn that's in your corn-based breakfast cereal, corn tortillas and corn snack chips.

The Daily Mail is reporting on some of the reaction to the findings:

France's Jose Bove, vice-chairman of the European Parliament's commission for agriculture and known as a fierce opponent of GM, called for an immediate suspension of all EU cultivation and import authorisations of GM crops. 'This study finally shows we are right and that it is urgent to quickly review all GMO evaluation processes,' he said in a statement. 'National and European food security agencies must carry out new studies financed by public funding to guarantee healthy food for European consumers.' (

Read the study abstract The study is entitled, "A Comparison of the Effects of Three GM Corn Varieties on Mammalian Health." Read the abstract here:

That abstract include this text. Note: "hepatorenal toxicity" means toxic to the liver.

Our analysis clearly reveals for the 3 GMOs new side effects linked with GM maize consumption, which were sex- and often dose-dependent. Effects were mostly associated with the kidney and liver, the dietary detoxifying organs, although different between the 3 GMOs. Other effects were also noticed in the heart, adrenal glands, spleen and haematopoietic system. We conclude that these data highlight signs of hepatorenal toxicity, possibly due to the new pesticides specific to each GM corn. In addition, unintended direct or indirect metabolic consequences of the genetic modification cannot be excluded.

Here are some quotes from the researchers:

"This research shows an extraordinary number of tumors developing earlier and more aggressively - particularly in female animals. I am shocked by the extreme negative health impacts." - Dr Michael Antoniou, molecular biologist, King's College London.

"We can expect that the consumption of GM maize and the herbicide Roundup, impacts seriously on human health." - Dr Antoniou.

"This is the first time that a long-term animal feeding trial has examined the impact of feeding GM corn or the herbicide Roundup, or a combination of both and the results are extremely serious. In the male rats, there was liver and kidney disorders, including tumors and even more worryingly, in the female rats, there were mammary tumors at a level which is extremely concerning; up to 80 percent of the female rats had mammary tumors by the end of the trial." - Patrick Holden, Director, Sustainable Food Trust.

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PM Viktor Orbán has been re-elected as the vice-president of the Christian Democrat International

PM Viktor Orbán has been re-elected as the vice-president of the Christian Democrat International, at the organization's Friday plenary session in Rome. After his re-election, the Hungarian Prime Minister had a working lunch meeting with Silvio Berlusconi and several other prime ministers that took part in the organization's plenary session.

The European Union must realize that growth-based economies must change into work-based economies; the goal is to get as many people work as possible, because that is the only way to conquer the current crisis said the prime minister in Rome.

Viktor Orbán also talked about the Hungarian constitution. In this context, he remarked that the new Hungarian Basic Law can serve as a model for a modern Christianity based, value and family oriented 21st century constitution.

The Christian Democrat International unites the world's Christian and humanist political parties and organizations. Fidesz was accepted into the organization in 2001 and Viktor Orbán is its vice-president ever since.

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Three-time Olympic champion kayaker Natasa Janics-Douchev might move to Serbia

Three-time Olympic champion kayaker Natasa Janics-Douchev's husband continues his coaching career in Serbia reported the Hungarian Canoe Federation on Thursday and it can be expected that his wife will follow him.

"After these developments it wouldn't be surprising if his wife and children to follow him said the secretary of the Hungarian Canoe Federation Attila Ábrahám. However, in my opinion, this does not automatically mean that Natasa will change country and continue her career under Serbian flag".

Serbian officials pulled off a clever trick, they offered an “irrefusable” job to Natasa's husband basically to get her in a situation when she has no choice but move to Serbia; this is despite the fact that she said countless times in the past that she had no intention to change country.

According to the Hungarian Canoe Federation nothing has been decided yet. Regarding Natasa future career several variations exist. One such possibility is that she trains in Serbia, but continues competing for Hungary. At the Sydney Olympics in 2000, for instance, she competed for Serbia while lived in Hungary and trained in a Hungarian club. Natasa (30) lives in Hungary since she was 17 years old.

However, it is also possible that Natasa too will receive an “offer that she can't refuse”. In that case, she has to submit an application to the Hungarian Canoe Federation indicating her intention to change country. So far, we haven't received such an application therefore, the federation has no official position on the matter yet said Ábrahám.

We hope that she continues competing under Hungarian flag; we would regret seeing her go. But whatever will be her decision, we are going to respect it after all she did a lot for the Hungarian canoeing sport. We are open to every solution, if we can agree on the details. When Natasa came to Hungary at the age of 17, she was still a child and now, she is a three-time Olympic champion athlete. For more than 10 years, she trained in Hungarian sport clubs, under Hungarian coaches and she has received all the support she needed in order to develop her career, I'm sure she feels that way too," said Ábrahám.

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Sándor Kocsis reburial ceremony in the St. Stephen's Basilica begins Friday at 12 o'clock

Thursday, September 20, 2012

Friends, acquaintances and fans can bid a final goodbye to the legendary striker of the Hungarian national football team and the FC Barcelona Sándor Kocsis whose ashes will be reburied in the St. Stephen's Basilica next to his teammate Ferenc Puskás on Friday said Lajos Kű, the president of the “Golden Team Foundation”.

The 1954 World Cup top scorer died in Barcelona in 1979.

The ceremony will be attended by among others Hungarian President János Áder, the head of FC Barcelona Sandro Rosell, Kocsis' former teammates two-time European Cup winner Luis Suárez and Gyula Grosics.

During his career, Kocsis played in Ferencváros, Budapest Honvéd, the Swiss Young Fellows and the FC Barcelona. In Hungary his nickname was Cube, in Spain he was called the gold-headed striker. As a member of the Hungarian national team he scored 75 goals and played 68 matches. In the Hungarian league he scored 247 goals and in the Spanish leagues 42 goals.

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The Hungarian martyrdom memorial has been inaugurated to commemorate the victims of the Vojvodina massacre

Wednesday afternoon the Hungarian Martyrdom Memorial was unveiled at the Ásotthalom-Királyhalom Hungarian-Serbian international border crossing to commemorate the 40 000 Hungarian victims who died in the post-war revenge killings by Yugoslav partisans.

Starting in 1944, Yugoslav partisans commanded by Tito massacred, tortured, robbed, deported and imprisoned 40 000 innocent civilians just because they were Hungarian nationals.

The memorial is the brainchild of the leader of the Sixty-Four Counties Youth Movement László Toroczkai and created by Szeged sculptor Klára Tóbiás.

The inauguration ceremony has been attended by several Jobbik representatives of parliament including party president Gábor Vona, MP Tamás Gaudi-Nagy and György Gyula Zagyva as well as the leader of the Sixty Four Counties Youth Movement László Toroczkai.

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Gypsies want automatic entitlement of basic services like free supply of drinking water and electricity to alleviate "racial oppression"

Wednesday, September 19, 2012

The head of the “Civil Rights Movement for the Republic”, Aladar Horvath called for free drinking water and electricity for gypsies as a form of "immediate crisis management" at a press-conference in front of the Hungarian parliament on Wednesday. (Aladar Horvath is the globalist stooge who visited Canada earlier this year urging Canadian officials to admit tens of thousands of his tribesmen into the country)

Hungary has changed from democratic republic into a dictatorial rule and as a result, over the past two years "repressive" measures have been taken by the Fidesz government against the gypsy minority said Aladar.

The new regime discriminates among working people and those live on welfare; a new post-feudal system is emerging in Hungary that is structured along two main social classes, the post-feudal lords and the vassals said Horvath.

According to the "civil rights activist", about half a million gypsies are permanently excluded from mainstream society and consequently, they live at the periphery of society in legal uncertainty; gypsies are subject to racial oppression, poverty and their physical existence and culture are in precarious state.

Horvath announced that he will introduce a bill very soon that would propose granting subjective entitlement of basic services like free drinking water and electricity to "multiply disadvantaged families"; families that are unable to pay utility bills should receive these free services at least between 5 pm to 8 pm on a daily basis. Horvath also demanded immediate measures in reducing unemployment among gypsies and the restoration of compulsory school attendance age to 18 (raising school attendance age to 18 is probably inspired by ulterior motives; as the government grants extra benefits for families with school age children. This is one way of maximizing gypsies' welfare benefits and legitimizing their parasitic and criminal lifestyle).

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Jobbik demonstrates at Béla Biszku's estate

Jobbik organizing a rally at Béla Biszku's house for next Friday said Jobbik vice-president Előd Novák on Tuesday in front of Biszku's house in the second district of Budapest. The former interior minister is charged with war crimes and crimes against humanity for his role in the post-1956 retributions that claimed the life of hundreds of resistance fighters.

The demonstration begins at György Mátsik's house (Mátsik was the judge who sentenced minor Péter Mansfeld to death for his role in the 1956 uprising. He repeated several times in the past that he didn't regret what he has done.) then demonstrators walk to Biszku's house demanding justice and cuts in his extravagant pension benefits.

Organizers call all Hungarians to come to the demonstration and look into the eyes of the murderers (who are under the protection of covert forces).

According to the Jobbik politician, each governing party is responsible for the lack of accountability of the former Communist leaders who are still collecting higher than average pension and live happily ever after. The two Bolshevik henchmen have no reason to worry due to the deliberate delays in court proceedings said Novak then, added that perhaps the demonstration will accelerate the process.

Due to the fact that most of the Bolshevik monsters are already dead justice can't be served for six decades of Bolshevik rampage, but the few who are still alive have to be punished. He added that, in his opinion, Biszku's pre-trial detention may be justified. Besides Biszku, thousands of former communist functionaries, agent, high level communist officials and military officers receive extravagant pension.

The Jobbik politician pointed out that his party already submitted a draft-resolution in parliament in July, 2010 -- following the Polish example -- to cut former communist officials' pension, but the proposal was voted down by the Fidesz government (which clearly shows that the government is controlled by behind the scene forces).

During the press-conference, Novák repeatedly rang Biszku's bell at the gate of his house, but no one answered.

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