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.)
Minister Lóránt Hegedűs called on the international and domestic Jewry to condemn Israeli President Simon Peres' remarks he made a few years ago about the colonization of Hungary and take measures against Israeli settlers coming to this country (At a business meeting in Israel, President Simon Peres said “we already bought up Manhattan, Poland, Hungary and Romania”). In addition, we ask participants of the Jewish World Congress to distance themselves from the Zionist state of Israel that runs an apartheid system and practices racial discrimination, in some cases even genocide in the occupied Palestinian territories writes the minister.
According to church board directors, the latest anti-Zionist demonstration is against the resolution of the Hungarian Reformed Church Synod.
The leadership of the church finds the event disturbing and from the country's point of view extremely harmful.
The leadership of the Reformed Church finds reassuring that authorities banned the bikers' rally that intended to disturb the Jewish commemoration service. They would like to see similar action taken against the anti-Zionist rally organized by Reformed Church Minister Lóránt Hegedűs at Budapest Liberty Square concluded their statement the leaders of the Hungarian Reformed Church.
(alfahir.hu – index.hu - hungarianambiance.com)