Ádám Mirkóczki: Lowest of the low in mainstream journalism – HVG (Heti Világgazdaság)

Saturday, March 30, 2013

Left-liberal media whores do more harm to the country than the global economic and financial crisis combined. Do not be surprised if Hungary gets downgraded by rating agencies and receive negative reviews in the foreign press as the decision makers get their information from sources, such as HVG writes Jobbik spokesman and member of parliament Ádám Mirkóczki in a press release Friday afternoon.

HVG continues to demonstrate that the liberal shitstream media is nothing more than a twenty-four hour lie machine. By breaking the most elementary rules of journalism, HVG parrots lied that Oszkár Juhász won the interim mayor election in 2011 in Gyöngyöspata because of anti-Roma pogrom that lasted several days.

HVG disseminates lies across Europe and misleads the European public by insinuating that Jobbik is a racist and anti-Semitic party in order to create a false picture about the radical nationalist party in Europe and around the world writes Mirkóczki.

These lies give justification to foreign power brokers to impose sanctions against Hungary, interfere in internal affairs and attack the laws of the country inflicting moral and financial damage to the nation.

Jobbik will take the necessary legal action against the publication and the mentally deranged people that use the trash portal to disseminate lies and disinformation about Hungary writes Mirkóczki.

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Anonymous said...

Good discussion of economic alternatives including BitCoin, Social Credit Economics, Iceland economic update

Greg Johnson, Matt Parrott, & Michael Polignano
Round Table on Bitcoin Counter-Currents Radio

What are Bitcoins?
Is Bitcoin deflationary?
The potential for other digital fiat currencies
Bitcoin vs. Social Credit (see Greg Johnson, “Money for Nothing“)

The Ezra Pound: a hypothetical digital fiat currency that realizes Social Credit aims
What is the likely effect of Bitcoin on central banking?

What are the potential consequences of Bitcoin for the New Right?

Can a global currency promote local, tribal autonomy?

The intellectual bankruptcy of the Left

The danger of Right-wing Caesarism to the New Right

Social Credit, Unemployment and Leisure--an address by
Robert Klinck

Published on Feb 27, 2013

An authoritative talk on Social Credit by Wallace Klinck, delivered in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada on March 8, 1971


The latest news from Iceland on the proposals to remove the banking sector’s powers to create and control that nation’s money...on the separation of money creation and loan function of the banking system...
The revision is that “a committee will be formed to explore the pros and cons of moving the money issuing rights from commercial banks to the Icelandic Central Bank”, instead of research how “the separation of money creation and loan function of the banking system can be achieved”...

In the text for support, the majority committee states:
It is important to look into if these ideas can be seen as reasonable for Iceland. Also, the majority committee states that it is important that specialists estimate different alternatives in these matters (e.g. the Chicago Plan and Positive Money system) and utilize as possible the research and knowledge already exists on the matter.
Furthermore, the majority of the committee acknowledges that this involves a fundamental change in the financial and monetary system and the monetary policy, and therefore it is unlikely that this will be executed unless thorough academic research and evaluation of the execution of the changes take place, as great interest are at stake and it is therefore important to proceed with caution in these matters.

You can follow the development at

Anonymous said...

Russia a Godfather against the Kremlin
Boris Berezovski the smuggler

Boris Berezovski has created himself, among the Western media, the image of a liberal businessman...his fortune is not a result of his entrepreneurial skills. What he really did was, together with a score of oligarchs and with the help of the USA, to take hold of resources from the former USSR. He has not created any wealth in his country, rather he has extracted from it capitals that have been transferred to the West. To guarantee himself the best share he did not hesitate in forging an alliance with the Solntsevo Brotherhood, a Russian Mafia organization as well as with Chechen gangs, which have helped in sabotaging the peace process in Chechnya...

The collapse of the USSR unleashed a violent battle of influences among different components of the former Soviet nomenclature, essentially the new entrepreneurs engendered by Gorbatchov Perestroika. Under the pretext of going to individual property and to “privatization”, Boris Yeltsin liquidated at a very low price all the economic wealth of the country to thirteen individuals, the oligarchs, and by doing so he got his own share...

Boris Berezovski is one of the thirteen oligarchs and, for sure, the most notorious operations that lead to the flight of most of the Russian assets overseas, presents himself today as a liberal democrat...

...Boris Berezovski in the post-Soviet Russia ...a caricature, of the new Russian entrepreneur generation, combining on a daily basis politics, economy and organized crime. Beresovski, born in 1946 within «a Jewish family of the Soviet intellectual strata», received an excellent education in the best schools of Moscow...selects this path knowing the fact that he is entering into a market traditionally occupied by Mafia gangs...

Berezovski then spent the winter of 1993 in the West. In November he went to Tel Aviv, where he obtained the Israeli citizenship. «According to Russian reports, Berezovski also went to USA around the same time and obtained the “Green Card”, the American work permit for aliens». With these new foreign «Charts» he returned to Russia in 1993...

Entrepreneurs like Berezoski had a lot to win with Gorbatchov’s Perestroika. But things went faster...Boris Yeltsin seized complete power at the head of the Russian Federation...“the plundering of Russia”...

...Berezovski to get hold of the media were successful...control of Channel 1 of the Russian TV, he purchased Channel 6 -privatized with the participation of Ted of the most influential men in the Russian media universe.

«Thus he is transformed into one of the architects of the Russian politics. The news service of ORT was transformed into a resonance box for Berezovski’s interests at crucial moments in the political life of the country, saying only good things about Yeltsin during the 1996 elections....
Things changed when Vladimir Putin reached power...Putin gave a total twist to the policy implemented until that moment and tried to rebuild the country...clashes fatally against the private interest of oligarchs, that already have seized a considerable share of the Russian economy...Russian media under the control of these oligarchs, but also a vast part of the international press...while Berezovski is constantly speaking to the Western press...own personal enriching process, the policy line followed by the oligarchs simple represented the total economic destruction of the country, the plundering of its natural resources and a terrifying fall in the living level in Russia.

Anonymous said...

Financial Warfare and the Power of Money Attack is the Best Form of Defence

The history of financial wars is in no way shorter than the history of conventional wars. However, although many have understood the power of money to subordinate nations, using it as a full-fledged alternative to the use of ordinary weapons began just a century ago.

American bankers played a decisive role in the process, initially subordinating themselves to the USA through the creation of the Federal Reserve System (FRS), and then encroaching upon the rest of the world by succeeding in getting approval of the Bretton-Woods Agreements on the dollar as a means of settling international payments. An equally important outcome of these agreements was the creation of the International Monetary Fund, controlled by the FRS.

As with conventional wars, the aim of financial wars is either the subordination of the state as a whole, or the establishment of partial control over it. The only difference is that with financial wars, physical control over territories is far from obligatory, although in terms of degrees of disruptiveness, financial wars are no less formidable than conventional ones.

As with the major battles of conventional wars, the most spectacular and decisive events of financial wars are crises. The most significant crisis of the 20th century, the Great Depression, allowed all the banks’ gold in the United States to be concentrated in the Federal Reserve and FRS member banks to establish control over the lion’s share of American industry. The financial crisis established in Great Britain in 1992 by currency speculator George Soros, who was closely connected to bankers from the FRS, not only enabled him to earn 1 billion dollars in a single day, but also caused the devaluation of a dozen European currencies, as well as delay the introduction of a single European currency for six years. Most importantly, however, was that it significantly increased America’s influence on the European economy through Americans buying up drastically cheaper shares in European businesses...

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