About 800 people gathered Saturday morning at “Vértanúk tere” to remember the victims of Bolshevism and Zionism. The event started with a minute silence in memory of all the victims of World War II.
Then, Reformed Church Minister Loránt Hegedűs' pre-recorded message was played (He couldn't be present due to his church superiors' prohibition); followed by the message of Rabbi Aaron Cohen who is one of the leaders of the anti-Zionist Neturei Karta. He said: anti-Zionism is not anti-Semitism, and his organization supported the objectives of the demonstration.
Márton Gyöngyösi welcomed the FBI and the Mossad agents in the crowed. He said "If a parallel can be drawn between communism and Nazism, the same situation exists in the case of Zionism and Communism."
Gyöngyösi praised Turkish prime minister, Recep Tayyip Erdogan who called the ideology of Zionism inhuman. Erdogan knows that the only way to oppose Zionism is to show strength said Gyöngyösi. That's why his people and his nation were never humiliated to the extent like members of the present Hungarian government who are in the service of Zionism.
Jobbik vice-President Levente Murányi asked the rhetorical question: How come that there was no Communist Nuremberg in 1990 after the collapse of communism? The human filth that rules the world today grew out of Communism he said.
Jobbik President Gábor Vona attacked PM Viktor Orbán for wanting to ban the legal demonstration.
The provocateur is Israel not Jobbik continued Vona and the Hungarian political "elite" is silent. He recalled that some MPs take oath with Hungary-Israel pin on their coats; the Hungarian political “elite” often joins forces, for instance during the "Together for Jerusalem" march. Vona recalled that the Israeli ambassador to Budapest instructed the Hungarian government to take back rocker János Petrás and Ferenc Szaniszló's awards.
Israeli colonizers should look for another destination country, because Hungary is not for sale. MPs with dual citizenship should quit, Israel should respect the rights of Palestinians and Hungarian Jews should apologize for the crimes of the Tanácsköztársaság (a murderous Bolshevik coup in 1919) and the crimes of the Rakosi regime said Vona.
He added that he was not interested in power, but the future of the Hungarian nation. If we have to win this election, so be it he added.
Build a flourishing nation should be a common affair, it should be based on forging an alliance with kindred nations since we are not alone. Those who think that our country can be colonized are mistaken. "We will not be anyone's minions, we will defend our country, we are the grandsons of Attila, and are not afraid of anyone!" concluded his speech Gábor Vona.
(alfahir.hu – hungarianambiance.com)