Agent provocateurs agitating gypsies in Gyöngyöspata

Thursday, March 7, 2013


Some organizations are working hard to stir up tension among gypsies and Hungarians in Gyöngyöspata said Jobbik chairman Gábor Vona yesterday in the town.

Public safety improved in the municipality a great deal, but not everybody is happy about this. Provocateurs are inciting anti-Jobbik sentiments among gypsies with the obvious intent to bring back inter-ethnic tension into the community, the kind we left behind sometime ago said Vona.

The perpetrators are working for various “human rights organizations” like the “Társaság a Szabadságjogokért” (TASZ). Nobody knows who finances these groups.

Jobbik is going to initiates an investigation in parliament to find out who these people are and who finances them as they may pose a national security risk.

Vona added that one member of TASZ, Péter Juhász is a close ally of Gordon Bajnai who is known to be an American puppet.

The mayor of the town Oszkár Juhász said the election promise to make Gyöngyöspata livable and safe again have been achieved despite the machinations by these groups.

In recent months, the subject of regulating and checking the financial background of “human rights organizations” have came up in many countries.

Jobbik spokesman Adam Mirkóczki at the Kenderes public forum stressed that we should get rid of legal aid organizations with dubious backgrounds. Mirkóczki reminded audiences that Russia adopted a law in 2012, which states that if the financing of a non-governmental organization (NGO) comes from foreign sources and it engages in political activities, the organization has to be registered as foreign agent.


(alfahir.hu – hungarianambiance.com)

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