New poll shows massive Fidesz lead, Jobbik is second

Tuesday, April 30, 2013

New poll by “Iránytű Intézet” shows that among decided voters Fidesz leads by 48% support. Followed by Jobbik with 21%, the Socialist with 15% and the Bajnai led “Eggyutt 2014” coalition with 12 % support.

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Swedish nationalist politician Erik Almqvist moved to Hungary

Former member of the Swedish parliament Erik Almqvist moved to Hungary permanently reporting Swedish news site.

The Swedish politician emphasized that among others, he has chosen Hungary because he finds the Hungarian conservative government's policies sympathetic. “Libertarian social conservatism and nationalism is the norm in Hungary”.

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The Honorary President of the World Federation of Hungarians Sándor Rácz returns to his creator at the age of 80 – Jobbik sends its condolences

The former chairman of the 1956 Greater Budapest Central Workers' Council died Tuesday morning, in the 'Kékgolyó' Street Institute of Oncology in Budapest.

The Honorary President of the World Federation of Hungarians was born on March 17, 1933 in a ranch (Tanya) near Hódmezővásárhely. In 1947, he joined Standard Factory in Budapest as a tool maker. In 1956, he was elected to the company factory-workers' council. On November 16, 1956 he was elected into Great Budapest Central Workers' Council, of which he presided over until December 11 a total of 25 days.

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“This is the prize I will not return!” - Journalist Ferenc Szaniszló has been awarded with the Hungarian Nation Medal

Monday, April 29, 2013

At the World Federation of Hungarians Headquarters the President of the Organization Miklós Patrubány awarded Ferenc Szaniszló on April 26, 2013 with the Hungarian Nation Silver Medal as a recognition for lifetime achievements.

Szaniszló who produces the weekly TV magazine “Világ-Panoráma” (World Panorama) in his speech remarked that “this is the prize I will not return”.

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János Lázár: There will be no demonstrations during the World Jewish Congress Budapest meeting

The government has banned every demonstration that violates human dignity during the World Jewish Congress Budapest meeting said the head of the Prime Minister's Office János Lázár.

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Incredible Katinka Hosszú wins double-gold medal on final night of Irish National Swimming Championships

Sunday, April 28, 2013

According to the event's website, Katinka won gold in the Women’s 200m Individual Medley (2:11.84) ahead of McMahon (2:15.60) who finished second.

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Hungarian search and rescue dogs are among the best in the world

About 40 search and rescue dog units around the world have international licenses of which three members of the Hungarian Red Cross Pest County Search and Rescue Service.

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Abigél Joó and Barna Bor win bronze medal at European Judo Championships in Budapest

Saturday, April 27, 2013

"I was expecting so much from this European Championship, but then I started getting nervous. I had a butterfly in my stomach, and before the first match, I even cried a little,” said Abigél.

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Éva Csernoviczki wins the first gold medal in the 48 kg category in Judo European Championships in Budapest

Thursday, April 25, 2013

After defeating Charline van Snick of Belgium in the final Csernoviczki said, "I managed to surprise my opponent with a tactical change. One week ago, I had high fever due to an ear infection. Today, I started slowly, but the first two matches reassured me. I dominated the ground fight as well and I am very pleased that after my fourth European Championships finally, I could win. Fans helped a lot too!".

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Hungarian Armed Forces to give priority to the development of the special operations forces

One of the top priorities of strategic planning of the Ministry of Defence is to improve the capabilities of the Hungarian special operations forces said Minister of Defence Csaba Hende after holding talks with the U.S. Army Special Operations Forces commander Major General Michael Repass in Budapest.

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Latest poll by Tarki: Fidesz is continuing to hold a substantial lead over the other parties

Wednesday, April 24, 2013

According to recent poll by Tarki, among decided voters Fidesz leads with 48% support, followed by the socialists with 21% and Jobbik with 17% support.

The Bajnai led globalist coalition garnered 7% support in April, while the support of the fringe parties is well below the 5% threshold limit necessary to win a seat in parliament.

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Picture of the day: Globalist paid and run topless Femen activists attacked a group of priests in a conference in Brussels

The activists cheered same-sex marriage in the meantime, sprinkled several liters of water over the guests of the gathering.

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Statue of Lev Tolstoy will be erected in Budapest

Russian writer Lev Tolstoy's statue will be erected in Budapest City Park; the decision has been unanimously supported by Budapest City Council on its Wednesday's meeting.

A bust is the gift of the Tolstoy Association for Hungarian-Russian Cooperation; the artwork is the creation of Russian sculptor Vasil Roman. The 235 centimeter tall monument of the world-famous Russian writer will be mounted on a 90-cm by 90-cm base.

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Government to set up a National Heritage Institute

The government has decided on the creation of a National Heritage Institute, which aims to preserve the cultural heritage of the nation and hand it down to future generations; also to promote national unity and cultural harmony among the population.

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Picture of the day: Ten people interested in Gordon Bajnai's right hand man's public forum in Pécs

Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Gordon Bajnai's right hand man marijuana promoter Péter Juhász held a public forum in Pécs on Monday as part of a nation wide tour run by the globalist opposition to boost the coalition's winning chances in the 2014 national election.

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Open letter to Europe's citizens

Dear Friends,

There has been a systematic smear campaign against Hungary since the 2010 elections, whereby large-circulation newspapers, television shows and other media tendentiously spread false and discrediting news on a daily basis. These news reports attempt to convince public opinion, which is unfamiliar with the Hungarian reality, that democracy has been undermined in Hungary, that minorities are persecuted, that the press is not free, that ordinary people must fear, that anti-Semitism and prejudice are raging, and that an extreme right-wing elite is getting ready to introduce a totalitarian dictatorship.

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Gerald Warner: We should fight Hungary’s corner

Monday, April 22, 2013

Published on Sunday 21 April 2013 00:00

The EU is now running a full-blown vendetta against Hungary; not, as it pretends, against Fidesz, the governing political party, but against the Hungarian nation, its freedoms and values. This is ­because those values are incompatible with the ambitions of the expanding dictatorship in Brussels. Hungarians are fighting the battle that the British government has shirked but which a majority of the British people now wants to see fought and won. The federalist Green Party leadership claimed: “This is not just about Hungary, it is clearly a wider issue, with current concerns about developments in Romania and Bulgaria, as well as previously in Italy and Greece.”


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Trading House opens in Moscow

"One of the key pillars of the Hungarian government's eastern policy is to strengthen Russian-Hungarian bilateral relations” said Government Commissioner for Hungarian-Russian Economic Relations Péter Szijjártó in Moscow on Monday after opening the first Hungarian trading house in the Russian capital in cooperation with the Questor Group.

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Jobbik's support has tripled in Barcs

In Sunday's by-election Jobbik candidate Balázs Ander received 31 percent of the vote, which is three times more than the party received in 2010 national election.

Three years ago in the same district Jobbik candidate received 10 percent of the vote.

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Globalist agent Gordon Bajnai's chief ally participated in marijuana promotion campaign

Sunday, April 21, 2013

Prime minister wannabe Gordon Bajnai's chief ally Péter Juhász, who is also the leader of “Egymillióan a Magyar Sajtószabadságért” (One Million for the Freedom of the Press) took part in a drug promotion campaign called Global Marijuana March with three dozens of junkies on Saturday in Budapest.

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Armenian Genocide Victims Memorial has been unveiled in Szeged

Armenian Genocide Victims Memorial has been unveiled in Szeged Christian solidarity park on Saturday.

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Conquest period bow has been reconstructed

Saturday, April 20, 2013

Hungarian Academy of Sciences Archaeologist Ádám Bíró and bow-maker Péter Bencsik made replicas of the original bow Hungarian warriors used during the ninth century conquest.

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Picture of the day: Gypsies demolished two buildings owned by the municipality of Csongrád

The two buildings were part of a public housing project. The gypsies -- two brothers – systematically demolished the building starting with the roof. They sold the roof tiles to a local businessman and used the doors and windows as firewood for home heating.

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One billion HUF will be injected into the Hungarian judo sport

Friday, April 19, 2013

European Champion judoka Abigél Joó

Hungarian judo gets a big shot in the arm; the Hungarian Judo Federation will receive one billion HUF government funding, which will be invested into purchasing real estate, supporting youth sports, education, and public sports.

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Hungary is a featured guest in China Investment Conference

Thursday, April 18, 2013

Hungary will be one of the featured guests at the investment conference kicked off Wednesday in Beijing said Peter Lőrincze, National Association of Entrepreneurs (VOSZ) presidential adviser in the Chinese capital.

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One of the greatest Hungarian poets Albert Wass' son took the Hungarian citizenship oath in Las Vegas

Hungarian news agency, MTI reporting that Miklós Wass took the Hungarian citizenship oath in Las Vegas on Wednesday.

For the occasion, the speaker of the Hungarian parliament, László Kövér sent a welcome message emphasizing the symbolic importance of the event, which also honors the memory of the unfairly attacked Hungarian poet and in fact, the entire western diaspora.

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Hungarian wines win 11 gold medals in Bordeaux

Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Eger wineries won 4 gold, 5 silver and 9 bronze medals at Bordeaux Wine Competition.

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State Secretary Péter Szijjártó flew to China

State Secretary for Foreign Affairs and External Economic Relations Péter Szijjártó flew to China on Wednesday to sign a strategic partnership agreement between the Hungarian Government and the Huawei Technologies, the 20th partnership of its kind signed in recent months.

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Jobbik MP Ádám Mirkóczki tabled bill in parliament about dual citizenship

The bill proposes to make it compulsory for MPs to declare their second citizenship if there is any.

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Thanksgiving Mass will be held on PM Viktor Orbán's 50th birthday

Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Thanksgiving Mass will be held on PM Viktor Orbán's 50th birthday on May 31 at six o'clock in the Inner City Parish Church learned

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PM Orbán: We believe in the power of facts and arguments

The Hungarian Government has been waiting for the European Commission's investigation to be completed regarding the fourth amendment of the Constitution and after that we can talk about it said Prime Minister Viktor Orbán at a press conference in Bilbao Monday evening.

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Picture of the day: Hungarian-hater Dániel Péter moved to Israel

Nepszava reporting that one of the most vicious Hungarian-haters of the country and his family moved to Israel.

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Csenge Szepesi wins bronze medal at the 5th Karate World Cup - Shinkyokushin World Championships in Vilnius, Lithuania

Monday, April 15, 2013

Csenge Szepesi (second from the right)

Kyokushin World Champion (Budapest 2009) Csenge Szepesi (Kamikaze Sopron) won bronze medal at Shinkyokushin World Championships in +65 kg weight class in Vilnius, Lithuania.

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This is what happens when you get your info from the corporate media: German mayor fooled into believing...

The brainwashed mayor of Gerlingen Georg Brenner rejected a prize that the Hungarian government wanted to give him as part of the Swabian Ball.

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HVIM lays wreath at Katyn monument in Budapest

The Hungarian government and civilian organizations held a wreath laying ceremony on April 13 in Budapest to remember the Katyn massacre by Soviet secret police in 1940. However, government officials did everything possible to prevent the Seventy-four County Youth Movement (HVIM) to take part in the official ceremony. But, a delegation of the patriotic youth group showed up at the official event and despite police harassment, laid a wreath at the monument. Watch the video.

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Hungarian Shadow Dancers mesmerized British audience

Sunday, April 14, 2013

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Open letter to fellow European citizens

Saturday, April 13, 2013

A group of Hungarian conservative intellectuals wrote an open letter to the citizens of Europe asking them not to use the liberal controlled corporate media to get information about Hungary.

The signatories of the letter draw reader's attention to the fact that in general, the western media paint a false picture about Hungary; therefore, they ask them to use reliable sources when obtaining information about the country.

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GMO Foods? How To Tell, Truth About Genetically Modified Foods & Label GMO P

Friday, April 12, 2013

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A delegation of the Venice Commission arrived in Budapest with preconceived ideas

The Venice Commission rejected the Hungarian government's request to examine the issue of the amendment of the Hungarian Constitution objectively.

Secretary of Justice Robert Répássy remarked that members of the delegation demonstrated biased attitude towards the issue they supposed to investigate; in fact, they didn't seem too keen to scrutinize the issues relating to the amendment of the basic law because they have arrived in Hungary with preconceived ideas.

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Women demonstrate against gypsy crime in Pécs

The demonstration has been organized on a community portal and about 250 people mostly women showed up to take part in the protest. Some of the protesters carried signs like “Take care of each other!” Fidesz and Jobbik members of parliament including János Kővári and Zsolt Németh also joined the protest.

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Jobbik distributes food and clothes to the needy in Budapest eighteenth district

Thursday, April 11, 2013

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Reformed Church Minister Lóránt Hegedűs calls for anti-Bolshevik and anti-Zionist rally

Reformed Church Minister Lóránt Hegedűs calls for an anti-Bolshevik and anti-Zionist rally on May 4, 2013 in the church of Homecoming (Hazatérés Temploma).

The minister writes, we call on the Jewish World Congress that holds its next meeting in Budapest on May 4, 2013 to condemn the 1919 and 1945 "Judeo-Bolsevik, anti-Christian, anti-Hungarian terror, and its Jewish leaders, including: Bela Kun, Tibor Szamuely and all the Bolshevik scum like Peter Gabor, Matyas Rakosi, Erno Gero, Gabor Farkas, as well as the henchmen of the Andrássy street compound (Andrassy street was the headquarters of the Stalinist secret police after the communist took power in 1949. Bolshevik terrorists tortured and murdered thousands of Hungarian citizens in the underground torture chambers of the Andrássy street headquarters with unimaginable cruelty ed.)

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New poll by “Századvég Alapítvány”: the majority of Hungarians believe membership in the EU is more harmful than beneficial

Thank you very much EU for waging a war on our country, now, the majority of the population believe that membership in the globalist organization is more harmful than beneficial.

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Teakwondoka Edina Kotsis subconsciously already focusing on the 2013 Teakwondo World Championships in Mexico

Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Twenty-two year old teakwondoka Edina Kotsis won the Belgian open at the weekend, but she wants to stand on the top of the podium at the 2013 Teakwondo World Championships in Mexico.

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Beyond the Post-Cold War World

Beyond the Post-Cold War World is republished with permission of Stratfor.

By George Friedman
Founder and Chairman

An era ended when the Soviet Union collapsed on Dec. 31, 1991. The confrontation between the United States and the Soviet Union defined the Cold War period. The collapse of Europe framed that confrontation. After World War II, the Soviet and American armies occupied Europe. Both towered over the remnants of Europe's forces. The collapse of the European imperial system, the emergence of new states and a struggle between the Soviets and Americans for domination and influence also defined the confrontation. There were, of course, many other aspects and phases of the confrontation, but in the end, the Cold War was a struggle built on Europe's decline.

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PM Viktor Orbán was tricked into a catch-22 situation

As we have reported earlier, Jewish groups pressured PM Viktor Orbán to ban a biker parade planned for the same day as the March for Life annual Jewish event is held.

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Police suspecting a repeat offender Gypsy criminal of killing transgender fashion designer Tamás Király

Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Friends found transgender fashion designer Tamás Király dead on April 7, 2013 in his Baross street apartment. According to sources, the body was found in a “compromised position(?)” with a silk scarf wrapped around his neck.

Police issued arrest warrant on Tuesday against 39 year-old repeat offender gypsy criminal József Lakatos (see the picture) who is suspected of committing the crime.

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Amnesty International opens a new front in the war against Hungary

According to Amnesty International, gypsies are victims of violent attacks in Hungary, not the other way around.

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Gypsies go shopping

Monday, April 8, 2013

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The globalist parties suffered humiliating defeat in Sunday's by-elections

Globalist coalition party candidate suffered devastating defeat in Sunday's by-election in Monor.

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Viktória Schmél wins gold medal in the Cadet Fencing World Championships

Sunday, April 7, 2013

Viktória Schmél won the gold medal Sunday in Croatia Porec Cadet Fencing World Championships.

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Jewish organizations are up in arms over the planned biker's procession during the annual Jewish March for Life event

Jewish organizations called on authorities to ban the planned biker's procession on April 21, the day when Jews commemorate the Jewish victims of the Second World War.

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Edina Kotsis wins Belgian Open Teakwondo 57 kg weight class

European Champion silver medalist Edina Kotsis wins gold medal in 57 kg weight class by defeating her Argentinian opponent in the final at Belgian Open Teakwondo in Gent.

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Bayer Zsolt: Söpredék

Saturday, April 6, 2013

Nyugat-Európa ötven szellemi söpredéke (igen, a Nobel-díjas is!) nyílt levélben uszít a magyar kormány ellen. Lázadást szítanának. Hazugság minden szavuk, „átok és hazugság minden ige szádban” –, de ez ma normális.

Egy olasz „újságíró” arról értekezik a La Repubblica című lapban, hogy 500 ezer magyar „emigrált” Orbán elől, „több, mint 1956 után”. Ugyanez a nyomorult alak arról értekezett a minap, hogy Magyarországon a férfiak kedvtelésből gyilkolják a feleségeiket. Ez a senki amúgy Berlinből firkál, ide nem jön, fogalma sincs semmiről, azt hányja ki magából, amit itthoni elvbarátai a szájába rágnak. Mondhatnánk, nem kell vele foglalkozni. De sajnos ez mégsem ilyen egyszerű. Mert a La Repubblica Európa egyik legocsmányabb lapja volt valaha: a La Repubblica lelkesen üdvözölte a szovjetek beavatkozását 1956-ban, a La Repubblica sokat őrizget ma is egykori kommunista gyökereiből, mégis befolyással bír a nyugati közvéleményre.

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