Here is the list of countries where the new Hungarian citizens are coming from

Thursday, February 28, 2013

The justice ministry published a document on February 26 giving a detailed list of the number of new Hungarian citizens and their country of origin.

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Street named after legendary guitarist Béla Radics

Béla Radics grew up in the working class district of “Angyalföld”, Budapest. His musical talent was already obvious at a young age. He received his first guitar in 1959, at the age of 16. He played in the “Atlantis”, the “Sakk-Matt”, the “Alligator”, the “Arena”, the “Tűzkerék” rock bands, but he achieved his greatest success in the “Taurus” supergroup. He was called the Hungarian Jimi Hendrix.

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Another poll by Median puts Jobbik ahead of the Socialists

Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Another poll by Median puts Jobbik ahead of the Socialist party, in other words, Jobbik is the second most popular party in the country.

The results:

Fidesz: 41% (43%)
Jobbik: 19% (15%)
Socialists: 17% (27%)
“Együtt 2014”: 15% (7%)
DK: 4% (2%)
LMP: 2% (6%)
Others: 2% (0%)

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Latest poll by Tarki: Fidesz's popularity grew significantly, Jobbik's popularity is unchanged, the Socialists are losing support

Recent poll by Tarki shows significant increase in Fidesz support in February. The governing party increased its popularity from 40% in January to 48% in February.

During the same period Socialist party support fell from 28% to 22%; while, Jobbik support remained unchanged at 16%.

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Jobbik MEP Krisztina Morvai defending Russia and criticizing the EU's double standard policy

Tuesday, February 26, 2013

While the European Union takes every opportunity to condemn Russia and other countries outside the EU on human rights violations, in the EU human rights abuses continue unabated. Jobbik MEP Krisztina Morvai talked about the EU double standards policy at the EU Parliamentary Committee on Organized Crime committee meeting in Brussels.

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The President of the European Council Herman Van Rompuy visits Budapest tomorrow

Herman Van Rompuy (Photo: Reuters)

It is never a good sign when the highest priest of a satanist organization visits a country.

According to the prime minister's press chief Bertalan Havasi, PM Viktor Orbán meets Rompuy tomorrow morning then they hold a joint press conference in the Parliament. None of the parties provided more information on the subject of discussion to the press.

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Jobbik: We stand with the brotherly people of Azerbaijan in the spirit of strong solidarity

Jobbik issued a statement Monday expressing solidarity with the people of Azerbaijan at 21st anniversary of the Khojaly massacre by Armenian troops.

On February 26, 1992 Armenian and Russian troops invaded Nagorno-Karabakh Autonomous Region including the town of Khojaly that was completely destroyed in the offensive; the troops massacred the fleeing population of the town killing 613 civilians including 83 children and 106 women. More than 150 people's fate is still unknown.

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The government doubles the amount of payments to the victims of communism

Monday, February 25, 2013

Prime Minister Viktor Orbán announced that the government doubles the amount of payments to the victims of communism after meeting organizations for political prisoners today.

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Iran's IRGC cyber-warriors take control of mock enemy's spy drone

Sunday, February 24, 2013

The IRGC captured a US-built ScanEagle drone after it intruded into Iranian airspace in December 2012.

Iran's Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) has successfully taken control of the mock enemy's reconnaissance drone on the first day of the Payambar-e Azam 8 (The Great Prophet 8) military drills, which are being held in the southeastern province of Kerman.

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Wild pigs roam Salgótarján (Photo report)

Saturday, February 23, 2013

Due to the cold weather and the lack of food wild pigs invaded the city of Salgótarján. According to hunting statistics, the number of wild pigs in Hungary is growing as result, they often foray into populated areas.

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Thousands honored the memory of King Mátyás in Kolozsvár - 570 lanterns flew into the sky

Thousands of people gathered in the main square of Kolozsvár Friday night to celebrate the 570th birthday and the 555th anniversary of the coronation of King Mátyás, one of the most revered king of Hungary.

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A warning to legal and illegal aliens

Recently, illegal aliens demonstrated at the EU headquarters in Budapest demanding better service from EU bureaucrats. For the occasion, leaflets appeared warning them what might happen if they violate the law and the tradition of the land.

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Rather than chasing gypsy criminals police harassing local residents

Friday, February 22, 2013

The folks of Jánosháza have been fighting for a local police station for a long time as gypsy criminals make their lives real difficult due to constant crop theft and break-ins. Last year, they dream came true as a brand new police station opened its doors to the public; everybody was anxious and full of expectations hoping that from now on, they can sleep in peace.

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Claudio Mutti interviews Gábor Vona: Americanism is a deadly virus

Italian "Eurasia Rivista di Studi geopolitici" geopolitical workshop director, Claudio Mutti talked to Jobbik chairman Gábor Vona about current political issues.

C. Mutti - The corporate media characterizes Jobbik as a far right party. At the same time, they add that Fidesz and Jobbik are on the same side of the political palette; this is despite the fact that one of them is a governing party and the other is in opposition. What is in common and what are the main differences between the two parties?

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Family-friendly measures could reverse the negative trend in childbirth

Thursday, February 21, 2013

The government is hoping that the negative demographic trend can be reversed by family-friendly programs. The statistical office seems to confirm that the turn around in birth rate has become a trend; last year 2.6 percent more baby was born than a year earlier due to the family-friendly measures legislated by the government.

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The Hungarian flag was banned during “Szolnok Olaj” vs “Hapoel Holon” basketball match in Szolnok

Wednesday, February 20, 2013

At the EuroChallange Cup basketball match between “Szolnok Olaj” and the Israeli “Hapoel Holon” in Szolnok on Tuesday organizers didn't let fans carrying Hungarian flags entering the sport center.

Apparently, the request of the ban came from the Israeli team and organizers of the game slavishly complied with the request even without questioning the reason behind it.

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FN Video: Ivett Gonda, Shin Lim Ahead of 2013 TKD U.S. Open

Tuesday, February 19, 2013

John Ramdeen speaks with 11-time Canadian national taekwondo champion Ivett Gonda, and her coach Shin Lim ahead of the 2013 U.S. Open Taekwondo Championships in Las Vegas, NV.


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Two members of the Temerin group Árpád Horváth and Zoltán Szakáll met parliamentarians in Budapest

Árpád Horváth and Zoltán Szakáll have been released from Serbian jail under a general amnesty after serving 8 years for a brawl in 2005. In the politically motivated show trial five Hungarian youth were sentenced to 61 years in jail (not even war criminals receive such a draconian sentence) for a street fight with a Serbian drug dealer. The sentence was intended to intimidate the Hungarian community in Serbia that is under relentless attack by Serbian chauvinists.

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Mutual assistance agreement between the Sixty-Four County Youth Movement and Mişcarea Naţional Democrata of Moldova

Monday, February 18, 2013

The Erdély chapter of the Sixty-four County Youth Movement (HVIM) and the Mişcarea Naţional Democrata (MND) youth group of Moldova agreed to closely cooperate and mutually assist each other to achieve the goals they have set for themselves reporting HVIM news service.

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Attacks against ethnic Hungarians in Serbia continue

More then ten Serbian chauvinists assaulted five ethnic Hungarian youth in Szabadka city center in the early hours of Sunday because they spoke Hungarian reporting Pannon RTV.

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Protecting children from evil spirits

Sunday, February 17, 2013

In the past, parents and grandparents used magical procedures inherited from their ancestors to cure an ill child. In general, parents were terrified by the prospect that someone might cast a spell on their newborn, so they employed all sorts of precautionary measures to keep evil spirits away from the house.

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Sign the petition for Székely Land Autonomy

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Hungarian children won 19 medals at 1st World Children Teakwondo Championships in Germany

Saturday, February 16, 2013

Családi Formagyakorlat
Lászlóné Nagy Katalin Máté taekwondo III.helyezés
László Alexa Máté taekwondo III.helyezés

Hungarian children won four gold, six silver and nine bronze medals at 1st World Children Teakwondo Championships held in Sidelfingen, Germany, in the 7-13 age group.

The tournament has been attended by 900 competitors from 26 countries.

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Police in hot pursuit of a hen thief

An old woman of Ároktő called police in the early morning hours complaining about the disappearance of her eight hens.

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Hungarian Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs Enikő Győri met Előd Tóásó in the San Pedro jail

Friday, February 15, 2013

During her official visit in Bolivia, Hungarian Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs Enikő Győri met Előd Tóásó in the San Pedro jail on Thursday. Tóásó and his 38 co-defendants have been charged with terrorism and are in jail without conviction since April 2009. An UN resolution criticized Tóásó's unlawful detention last year, but up until now, Bolivian authorities haven't responded to the criticism.

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Picture of the day: The monastery where ex-Pope Benedict XVI will be held under house arrest until the end of his life

Before surrendering to invisible forces the ex-Pope was allowed to spend a few days at the Papal Summer Residence near lake Albano. On return to Vatican city he will enter into a secluded section of the monastery to serve his sentence without being able to meet other residents of the monastery.

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Picture of the day: The Székely flag was hoisted on Hungarian Parliament

Every national community has the fundamental human rights to use its symbols said Deputy Prime Minister Zsolt Semjén at the Carpathian Basin Hungarian Representatives Forum Friday's plenary session in Budapest.

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Masat-1, the first all Hungarian made satellite was put into orbit one year ago

Thursday, February 14, 2013

Masat-1, the first all Hungarian made CubeSat was put into orbit one year ago and so far, it has exceeded all expectations. Originally, the experimental satellite was made to work for a few months; it is in space for over a year and it is still working flawlessly.

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Former Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany sends a Valentine's Day greeting card to his elderly admirers still willing to attend his public forums


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A few dozen village idiots hold an overnight vigil at the State Secretariat for Education

Wednesday, February 13, 2013

A group of Democratic Coalition politicians and Gyurcsany admirers led by former Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany himself started an overnight vigil at the State Secretariat for Education Tuesday evening to draw attention to the government's failed education policy. The vigil begins at 6 o'clock in the evening and ends 6 in the morning every day for three days.

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Iran, Hungary Discuss Expansion of Bilateral Ties

TEHRAN (FNA)- Iran and Hungary reviewed ways to further develop the two countries' bilateral relations and mutual cooperation.

The issue was raised in a meeting between Rapporteur of the Iranian Parliament's National Security and Foreign Policy Commission Seyed Hossein Naqavi Hosseini and Hungarian Ambassador to Tehran Gyula Petho here in Tehran on Monday.

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Junior Hungarian karatekas won five medals at 40th European Cadet & Junior Karate Championships in Turkey

Tuesday, February 12, 2013

(From the left) Csató Erik, Ardai Bálint, Boussebaa Aicha and Mihály Péter

Junior Hungarian karatekas won five five medals, including two gold and three bronze at the weekend's European Cadet & Junior Karate Championships in Turkey.

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The Hungarian Spring Movement (Magyar Tavasz) launched

The Hungarian Spring Movement is a non-partisan nationalist youth organization, which opposes the left-liberal, foreign trained and run Student Network (Hallgatói Hálózat) said János Stummer the head of the movement on Monday afternoon in Budapest Deak Square.

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Picture of the day: Divine sign? Lightning struck the Vatican

Soon after Pope Benedict XVI announced his resignation yesterday, which shocked the Catholic world, a lightning struck Vatican St. Peter's Basilica.

Many consider the phenomenon a divine sign, others think it was a mere coincidence.

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Arsonist sets fire to Jobbik's Dunaújváros office

Monday, February 11, 2013

Police arrested a “homeless man” who is suspected of setting Jobbik's Dunaujvaros office on fire. Interestingly, no one in Dunaújváros has seen the “homeless man” before.

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The all Hungarian made Puli Lunar rover is ready for action

Puli Space Technologies Ltd. team will test its Puli Lunar space vehicle under "Martian" conditions in Morocco between February 1 – 28 as part of a space project organized by the Austrian Space Forum.

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Nationalist groups remembered the Hungarian-German breakout attempt from the encircled Budapest

Sunday, February 10, 2013

Nationalist groups from all over Europe remembered the 68-year anniversary of the Hungarian-German breakout attempt from Budapest encircled by the Red Army.

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Picture of the day :Spring Festival celebrated across China

Saturday, February 9, 2013

Young ladies of the Miao ethnic group select flowers for the coming Spring Festival in Rongshui County, south China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, Feb. 8, 2013. The Spring Festival, the most important occasion for the family reunion for the Chinese people, falls on the first day of the first month of the traditional Chinese lunar calendar, or Feb. 10 this year. (Xinhua/Long Tao)

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Ancient musical instruments of the Turanian steppes


The early forms of dombra first appeared in ancient Egypt. In the current form it emerged in the sixteenth century among the steppe people of Asia.

The Kazakh dombra typically a pear-shaped, convex-bodied, long-necked, plucked string instrument. In general, it has two strings. The little brother of dombra is shingkildek or balakay dombra made for children.

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Tóásó's wife wants children

Friday, February 8, 2013

Előd Tóásó (32) who is held in jail on terrorism charges in Bolivia, and the youngest daughter of late Bolivian politician Guillermo Fortún, Maria Elena Fortún (28) were married in last November at San Pedro jail in La Paz, after two years of dating.

Maria Elena Fortún talked to her relationship with her husband to news portal.

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The United States has authorized the importation of Hungarian mangalica

The United States has authorized the importation of the Hungarian bred mangalica said Eleni Tsakopoulos Kounalakis, the Ambassador of the United States to Hungary on Friday during the Mangalica Festival in Budapest.

The Ambassador said due to the U.S. Department of Agriculture's decision two months ago, the United States has already ordered over 20 tons of Hungarian mangalica.

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Symbol of a Struggle, an article by The New York Times about Székely land

James Montague for The New York Times

A fan at the Romanian Cup final. Szekelyfold, the name on the jerseys of the hockey team in Miercurea Ciuc, refers to the Szekely Land, a Hungarian-dominated area of Romania.

By using sports as an instrument Székely Hungarians are struggling to acquire more autonomy for the Hungarian speaking region of Romania called Székely land. The region belonged to the Hungarian Kingdom before the partition of Hungary by the Trianon dictate in 1919. Székely Hungarians have been living in Erdély since the time of Attila the Hun, in fact they are the direct descendant of the great Hun warrior.

Read The New York Times article HERE!


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Hungarian totem pole (Kopjafa) erected in Sahara desert

Thursday, February 7, 2013

The Székely Hungarian participants of the Budapest-Bamako Rally erected a Hungarian totem pole (Kopjafa) in Western Sahara; the plaque on the totem pole marks the imaginary line called Tropic of Cancer in both Latin and ancient Hungarian Rovas characters.

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Sándor Fazekas: Huge opportunities for Hungarian agriculture in Russia

There are huge opportunities for Hungarian agriculture in Russia said Rural Development Minister Sándor Fazekas while visiting the “Gyula” meat processing plant on Wednesday.

The minister remarked that Prime Minister Viktor Orbán held high level talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin and Agriculture Minister Nikolai Fyodorov during his recent visit to Moscow, about Hungary agricultural exports to Russia.

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The head-coach of Hungary women's national handball team Karl Erik Bohn diagnosed with Leukemia

Wednesday, February 6, 2013

The head-coach of Hungary women's national handball team Karl Erik Bohn will undergo treatment in Norway in the next six months.

The Hungarian Handball Federation said in a statement on Wednesday that the very popular Karl Erik Bohn under whose direction Hungary women's national handball team won bronze medal last year's European Championship will start medical treatment in Oslo immediately, which lasts until the summer.

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Jobbik and Polish patriot groups have common objectives

Gábor Vona's January 26 state of the nation address event has been attended by besides several diplomatic invitees, Mlodziez Wszechpolska (All-Polish Youth) delegation to whom Vona gave a special greeting during his speech.

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Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan arrived in Budapest on Tuesday for an official visit to Hungary

Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan was greeted with military honors at the Parliament Building by Prime Minister Viktor Orbán.

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Anti-Hungarian attacks in Serbia continue, the Hungarian government issued a stern warning

The Hungarian government is baffled by the increasing anti-Hungarian incidents in Temerin, Újvidék and Óbecse said Deputy Prime Minister Semjén Zsolt on Monday. The Hungarian government calls upon Serbian officials to take decisive actions against the chauvinist attacks on the country's ethnic Hungarian minority and investigate the incidents thoroughly as these attacks becoming a regular feature of everyday life in Serbia while the two nations are on the verge of a historic reconciliation said Semjén.

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Monday, February 4, 2013

By Gaughar Noortas

Shaman drummers

2012 for me ended with the most remarkable and captivating journey of my life. I was invited to Hungary for a celebration of the “Karachun” (in Hungarian “Karácsun”) holiday, and I went expecting to find a Christian European nation. So, it came as a complete surprise for me to discover the Tengri culture there. I knew that the trip would be informative, but what I experienced truly amazed me. I felt at home, native amongst people I barely knew. From the yurts (traditional tent houses), patterns, clothing, and unbelievable hospitality to the sound of their language – everything was so familiar, so Turkic! For the first time in my life, I saw real shamans, observed their rituals, and heard their singing.

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Anti-gypsy graffiti in Forró, a possible false flag

Racist and anti-Gypsy graffiti appeared in the village of Forró, near Miskolc during the night today.

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Gerald Celente - Economic Armageddon is coming

Sunday, February 3, 2013

Gerald Celente has been studying and forecasting trends for 30 years

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Hungarian-Canadian taekwondoka Ivett Gonda received her Hungarian passport -- she will represent Hungary in future competitions

According to, taekwondoka Ivett Gonda has long been planning to represent her birthplace in international competitions, and now, her dream has come true.

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Picture of the day: Former dancer Ilona Medveczky wearing a “Kalocsa” style dress at Story Gala in Budapest

The former dancer explained that she designed the dress 50 years ago; then, the design was sent to Kalocsa where it was embroidered and adopted to her shape. She wore the dress only three times in her life.

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