Women demonstrate against gypsy crime in Pécs

Friday, April 12, 2013

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.

The protest has been organized by 20 year-old university student Andrea Csizmadia who attended the same event that the 20 year-old daughter of the mayor of Pécs who after the party was brutally assaulted by a repeat offender gypsy criminal, Zoltán Nyerges, as she was walking home from the party.

Police still looking for the dangerous gypsy criminal who has already spent time in jail for several violent offenses.

In recent years, several violent crimes shook public confidence in Hungary's third largest city. Last summer, a 25 year-old psychologist was sexually assaulted and murdered during the night as she was walking home from a birthday party by a repeat offender gypsy criminal. Last week, the daughter of Pécs city official was brutally assaulted as she was walking home from a university party, and the perpetrator was once again a gypsy criminal.

The organizer of the demonstration Andrea Csizmadia said to the media that the gypsy showed up at the party, but he was thrown out because of bad behavior.

(MTI – edited by hungarianambiance.com)


Morten Borup said...


This is a truly outstanding blog, which gives us another portrait of Hungary from what we are usually told by the mass media. Also the pictures are great.

Today I wrote an article on this event for a Danish nationalist news agency, the Nationaldemokraten. I hope you don't mind me grapping a few stories as well of some of those excellent photos for my site.

The article, I wrote, can be viewed here: http://nationaldemokraten.dk/ungarske-kvinder-i-protest-mod-sigojnerkriminalitet/ . I mention this event and also briefly tell my readers about Magyar Garda and their mission.

Best wishes to you all from Denmark

Anonymous said...

The Mysteries of Woman in East and West Part 1 by Julius Evola

(Some fine reading in a world of vulgarity and decadence.)


By the “Mysteries of Woman” are meant in this article those traditions which refer to a female principle the participation of man to the sacrum in its several forms, whether they be those of spiritual exaltation, enlightenment, or real initiation. As a rule, the starting point is a divine hypostasis, a female divinity or “occult” woman, conceived as being the ontological principle made manifest in real women who therefore contain it in themselves, and are its potential bearers.

The “Woman Mysteries” may therefore present two forms. Under one of them the endeavor is to enter directly into contact with “woman in herself,” with the “divine woman”; under the other, this contact is always the essential aim but the starting point is found in a real woman and in the emotions she awakens, and sexual union itself may be considered as the means to the participation.

Here we shall only consider some typical cases of the “Woman Mysteries,” so as to draw a comparison between Western and Eastern traditions. The field of our inquiry will necessarily be restricted; yet it will illustrate clearly enough the convergence or parallelism of some of the fundamental themes.

The ancient civilizations of the Mediterranean area can offer us much matter of importance, connected with the cult of she who was known as the Great Goddess. We shall, however, only glance at this branch of the history of religions for the purpose of a few rapid references. The Egyptian and Assyrian figures so frequently found of a goddess or divine woman offering the “key of life,” or the “beverage of life,” evidently express the central theme of the Mysteries of Woman. In the ancient civilization of Crete the goddess herself was often undistinguished from her priestesses, and there is reason to believe that the cult intended for the former was often transferred to the latter as being her incarnations...

Anonymous said...

I am a foreigner attending university in Pecs, i have lived here for 5 years so i realise what is going on. I think its really strange that all of the incidents of the people I know who were attacked in the last year are not even mentioned! Its not even on the news! Nobody knows about these offences even though they have been reported. I am going to mention the crimes committed that i am aware of just to mention my experience in Pecs.
There are no police officers walking around.
There is a bar close to were I live where the vast majority of the people there are no older than 15 with gypsy men hanging around outside not even in the bar, only yesterday i passed the bar, and gypsy men attempted to follow me home but i ran, the fact that the police have not taken the license off this bar is unbelievable! UNBELIEVABLE! In my opinion is shows some sort of corruption.
I was flashed by a gypsy, fortunately i was able to run away. My roomate was attacked by a gypsy in centre. My sister was attacked mugged by a gypsy out by tesco. And i know many other girls who have been attacked in the last YEAR, and i don't even know that many people. Apart from this a male friend got viciously assaulted with a deadly weapon by a gypsy and he is lucky to still be alive. Other than this i have witnessed 3 small robberies in shops. I am from a busy capital city where i feel safer to walk around at night-time, and there is suspiciously high rate of crime in pecs for a relatively small city.
Something really needs to be done. I am scared to go out during the daytime alone and i tend not to go out at nighttime anymore. There needs to be more protection for the people of Pecs. I would like to finish my degree without having to be violated again in any way. It is truely terrible what happened these victims and still since then i am yet to see a policeman on the streets. Crime happens everywhere, every country but the fact nothing is being done about it and there is no awareness about what is really going on is appauling.

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