A few dozen globalist trained activists representing “Hallgatói Hálózat” (a globalist run university student network) occupied Fidesz's Lendvay street headquarters Thursday morning as part of an anti-government campaign designed by foreign agents to undermine Fidesz popularity among the electorate and create a globalist coalition that could replace the current government in the upcoming national election.
Demonstrators climbed over the main gate and displayed protest signs at the entrance of the building replicating the main slogans that the corporate media use when attacking the government. Some of the slogans include: "The Constitution is not a game", "we want fair campaign and freedom of choice", "being homeless is not a crime", "we want independent judiciary, free churches and open universities".
Police are on the scene, but they seem very timid when it comes to dealing with demonstrators (imagine what would happen if the demonstrators would be patriotic youth); police probably got the order to handle the difficult situation with great tact and care because there are powerful forces behind the few dozen useful idiots.
Apparently, there was some scuffle between police and demonstrators in the courtyard because one individual wanted to go into the building, the demonstrator was taken away by police.
In the meantime, Fidesz accusing prime minister wannabe Gordon Bajani of being behind the demonstration. They called on Bajnai to come forward and admit of being behind the student action.
Apparently, some demonstrators were spotted as they received instructions from “Egyutt 2014” email address specifying what to do next. “Egyutt 2014” – led by American puppet Gordon Bajnai – is aiming to be at the forefront of the globalist coalition dreaming to replace the Fidesz government at the 2014 national election.
According to index.hu, the demonstration swelled to several hundreds as more Fidesz supporters arriving to the demonstration site. According to reports, counter-demonstrators now outnumbering George Soros' grandchildren that climbed to the building's balcony and reading from Fidesz election campaign promises over loudspeakers.
Counter-demonstrators (Fidesz supporters) displayed a big banner over the gate with pictures of prominent socialist politicians calling them traitors. Police separate the two groups to prevent scuffles from developing.
(mno.hu – edited by hungarianambiance.com)