According to American COED magazine, Hungarian swimmer Zsuzsanna Jakabos is the hottest Olympian of London.
Jakabos is a native of Pécs; she is 23 years old, 1.83 m (6 ft 0 in) tall and weighs 65 kilograms (140 lb).
She failed to qualify for the 400m IM on Saturday by a hair, but she can be seen live as she competes in the women’s 200m Butterfly on Tuesday.
(Photos:MTI - hungarianambiance.com)
Hungarian swimmer Zsuzsanna Jakabos is the hottest Olympian of London, according to American COED magazineTuesday, July 31, 2012
According to a latest poll by Századvég, in July Fidesz still leads among decided voters by 41 percent support; the socialist party has 24 and Jobbik 21 percent support. The fringe parties, LMP or the Gyurcsanyist party are a bit above or below the 5 percent threshold limit necessary to get any seats in parliament.
46 percent of respondents said that they definitely would participate in a parliamentary elections to be held this Sunday; the poll result shows a slight decrease in electorate activity in July comparing to past month's data. The rate of uncertain voters or those unsure of their party preferences increased slightly in July, currently 43 percent of the respondents belong to this group.
(mno.hu – hungarianambiance.com
In Szakald by election on Sunday both Jobbik candidates have been elected into the municipal council; in addition, among all running candidates Jobbik representative László Bíró received the most votes. The other winning Jobbik candidate is János Farkas Jr.
In Balmazújváros, independent candidate Győri Erdeiné Csilla won the election, however, Fidesz and Jobbik finished virtually head-to-head behind the winner by winning 23 and 21 percent of the vote.
The election outcome clearly refutes those who are suggesting that Jobbik support in Borsod County is slipping. The result indicates that Jobbik support in Borsod County remains strong, despite the anti-Jobbik propaganda by the media aiming to confuse voters. The by-election result shows that the Hungarian people clearly feel that only a radical party can offer real alternative to the 22 years of globalist rule.
(szentkoronaradio.com – hungarianambiance.com)
Judoka Hedvig Karakas finished fifth overall in her weight class in London by competing with an injured leg
The other medal favorite, Hedvig Karakas lost her bronze medal fight in the 57 kg weight class against French judoka Automne Pavia and finishing fifth overall at her first Olympic tournament.
"I feel fantastic about my fifth place, because when I got injured, it was not even sure that I could come to the Olympics. The last time I met the French girl she had an easier time against me comparing to this fight, despite the fact that my leg hurt a lot" said Hedvig Karakas to MTI.
“In my wildest dreams I couldn't have imagined that after such a serious injury Hedvig might win a fight. In the training camp in mid-June she suffered a muscle tear, which is in an optimum case takes about two and half months to heal. Hédi is the miracle of will, in a sense that she managed to compete with such an injured thigh muscle, despite the fact that she was hurt a lot." said the doctor of the Hungarian team in London Dr Péter Hidas.
Place of Birth: February 21, 1990, Szolnok, Hungary
Coach: Illés Sándor
(Photos: index.hu - hungarianambiance.com)
The mentally retarded aliens commemorated to the 80th anniversary of the execution of two Bolshevik terrorists, Imre Sallai and Sándor Fürst.
The organizers of the event said the aim of the spectacle was to demonstrate through the poetry of József Attila the reality of the Horthy regime and to commemorate to the 80th anniversary of the execution of Imre Sallai and Sándor Fürst on July 29, 1932.
The event was attended by Socialist party spokesman Zsolt Török and the chairman of the Hungarian communist party Attila Vajnai.
Police detained 7 individuals as they provocatively displayed Bolshevik symbols, including the red star, which is banned in Hungary.
(MTI – kuruc.info – hungarianambiance.com)
By defeating Malaysian, Chinese, German and Russian opponents, Szilágyi's march to the final was as spectacular as anything can be.
The 22 year-old Hungarian fencer prevailed in a dramatic final against Italian Diego Occhiuzzi by a score of 15-7 taking the gold medal in men's individual saber.
Date of birth: January 14, 1990, Budapest, Hungary
Sport: Individual Saber
Highlights: Gold London 2012
(sportgeza.hu – origo.hu - hungarianambiance.com)
In the 66 kg weight class final, Ungvári's opponent was a skilled Georgian fighter, Lasa Savdatuasvili who started very aggressively. After a ground fight Savdatuasvili scored a yuko and he managed to hold on to his lead by winning the competition.
Ungvári's silver medal is Hungary's second medal at the London Summer Games.
Date of birth: October 15, 1980, Cegléd, Hungary
Club: Ippon SE / Sport Club Tatabánya
Weight Class: 66 kg
Silver 2012 London Summer Games
Bronze 2005 Cairo 66 kg
Bronze 2007 Rio de Janeiro 66 kg
Gold 2002 Maribor 66 kg
Gold 2009 Tbilisi 66 kg
Gold 2011 Istanbul 66 kg
Silver 2005 Rotterdam 66 kg
Silver 2008 Lisbon 66 kg
Silver 2010 Vienna 66 kg
(sportgeza.hu - hungarianambiance.com)
European nationalist organizations held their first meeting at Festival Boreal in Verőce, Hungary – Final Communiqué
I. Festival Boreal – Final Communiqué
1. We agreed that we want to fight and will fight together against a common global enemy in defense of traditional values.
2. We agreed to the creation of a shared nationalist media
3. We agreed to start building an economic alternative based on monetary independence and economical exchanges between european nations and nationalists movements
4. We agreed that Festival Boreal will continue and will be hosted by
a different country each year. Next year, Italy will host the event.
Roberto Fiore (Forza Nuova, Italy)
Martin Genc (HCSP, Croatia)
Manuel Canduela (Democracia Nacional, Spain)
Fredrik Becklin (Nordisk Ungdom, Sweden)
Olav Torheim (Målmannen, Norway)
Thibaut de Chassey (Renouveau Francais, France)
Bart von Gucht (Voorpost, Flanders)
Toroczkai László (HVIM, Hungary)
The first Olympic medal in London: Judoka Éva Csernoviczki wins bronze medal in the 48 kg weight groupSaturday, July 28, 2012
Éva Csernoviczki won a bronze medal at London Olympics women's judo competition of the 48 kg weight group after beating the Japanese Tomoko Fukumi by Ippon.
Éva Csernoviczki bronze medal is the first female Hungarian judo medal in the Olympic Games history, and Hungary's first medal in London!
Full name: Éva Csernoviczki
Weight: 48 kg
Born: October 6, 1986 in Érd, Hungary
Club: Ippon Judo Tatabánya SE
Bronze 2012 London –48 kg
Bronze 2011 Paris –48 kg
Silver 2009 Tbilisi –48 kg
Silver 2010 Vienna –48 kg
Silver 2011 Istanbul –48 kg
(Photos: index.hu - nemzetisport.hu - hungarianambiance.com)
The opening ceremony of the London 2012 Olympic Games starts at the Olympic Stadium in London.
Members of the Olympic Delegation of Hungary walk into the Olympic Stadium.
(Photo:index.hu - hungarianambiance.com)
The smear campaign that uses my personal situation to slander Jobbik compelled me to take one of the most difficult decisions of my life writes Szegedi in a statement released to the press.
Since 2003, I have been dedicating all my energies to the party that I consider my own child and to the service of the nation; my today's decision has been motivated by the very same commitment.
Effective immediately, I resign from all my posts and functions in Jobbik. I resign as the head of Jobbik Szerencs organization and as the chairman of Jobbik Borsod-Abaúj-County organization as well as from the National Caucus; to prevent further attacks against Jobbik by enemy forces I pause all my domestic political activities and I continue my work solely as a member of the European Parliament writes Szegedi.
I ask those who are affected by the smear campaign against me to remember me as a person who worked diligently for the nationalist cause rather than what the liberal mainstream media suggests. Remember the “Árpád-striped” flag mission, the “Rovásírás” city sign campaign, the innumerable public forums that I held, the founding of the Hungarian Guard and the numerous demonstrations we have held together. Remember me as an activist that was able to inspire enthusiasm into the national radical camp in the most difficult times of our struggle for recognition.
Although, I feel enormous sadness because of my decision, I will always remember Jobbik as a party that is formed by great Hungarian patriots writes Szegedi.
(jobbik.hu – hungarianambiance.com)
(Notes: Hey, Csanád! Cheer up! This is not the end of the road. You can always come back later, just stay away from public attention for a few years -- by then, we will live in an altogether different world, anyway. After all, you have done nothing wrong and all the good things you have done during those years far outweigh some of the small mistakes you made in a confusing situation.)
The Turán Foundation wants to erect a large scale monument to King Attila in central Budapest, Hungary. The organization launched a signature campaign to garner support for the project.
Zsolt András Bíró, the chief organizer of Kurultaj said the Hun-Hungarian kinship is an issue, which has scientific and sociocultural significance as well. The Hun-Hungarian kinship needs to be researched as it carries scientifically justifiable elements. But regardless of the outcome of the debate, it is undeniable that the ancient Hungarian history carries elements of consciousness that are based on the theory of the Hungarian-Hun kinship; our history and our chronicles consider King Attila as the founder of the ancient Hungarian dynasty said Bíró.
"We are talking about one of the world's most dominant leaders who redrew the contemporary map of Europe and of power relations, who is resting in Hungarian soil; many distant people (especially in the east) are claiming Attila as their ancestor even if he never even visited most of those countries, yet they erect memorials to him. Even if we wouldn't have anything to do with the great Hun warrior, we should still remember him as he lived most of his life in this country.” said Bíró.
Building a monument would be a gesture to all the people who are also claiming that the Huns are their ancestors. With such a gesture, we could demonstrate our solidarity with those people and pay tribute to our common origin; we must show to the world that we haven't forgotten our cultural roots, our ancient legends and traditions.
"At this point in time, there is a strong support for such a memorial among the Hungarian public. The monument would be also an investment that only increase the prestige of our capital and it would have a beneficial effect on tourism as well," said the head of the Turán Foundation.
Zsolt András Bíró asked all Hungarians who are committed to the spiritual and moral renewal of the country to join the initiative and be part of the project that aims to re-conquer our past. Let's rise to the occasion and be brave enough to realize the dream of many generations -- raise a lasting memorial to one of our history's greatest figures King Attila said the chief organizer of Kurultaj.
(kurultaj.hu – hungarianambiance.com)
The medal favorite Hungarian swimmers flew to London Tuesday morning and are already training in full swing in the London Olympic Park. Zsuzsanna Jakabos and Katinka Husszú will have 400m IM heats Saturday. The men's 400m IM races start at 11:00 on Saturday with László Czech and David Verrasztó. (Photos: Swimmer Zsuzsanna Jakabos doing warm up exercises)
(origo.hu – mno.hu - hungarianambiance.com)
The 13th Twins Festival was held on July 21 in Szigethalom. The event has already become an annual tradition and it attracts more visitors each year. Here are some of the images about the participants.
More photos here!