According to Előd Novák, celebrating the single biggest tragedy in Hungarian history, the Treaty of Trianon on June 4, 1920 is a high treason.
The second Orbán government sinks to the level of the "the Medgyessy Nastase pact" when the Romanian government brazenly planned to celebrate the Romanian National Holiday in the Hungarian National Theatre said Jobbik's vice president Előd Novák.
Novák recalled that the government's plan to hold celebrations and celebratory speeches in several locations around the country with the active participation of pro-government politicians is treasonous.
In addition, the government picked "a stupid song" as the official song of the Trianon Memorial Day, which the government renamed as the day of togetherness; this is an evidence that the government views the single biggest tragedy in our nation's history, the Treaty of Trianon an occasion for partying said Előd Novák.
(Notes: Listen to the song and judge yourself whether it is appropriate for the occasion.
Lajos Kossuth the leader of the 1848 war of independence in exile became a Freemason; as a member of the secrete organization, he learned that demonic forces were plotting against historical Hungary and planning to carve it up. In his famous “Cassandra” letters written in the second half of the nineteenth century, Kossuth warned the Hungarian leadership about the impending plot; the plot had been staged in 1920 with the help of secrete agents infiltrated into the government under the pretext of Hungary losing the first world war.
Here are a few facts about the dismemberment of Hungary by the very same insidious forces that rule the world today.
Historical Hungary had about 15 thousand locomotives in 1918, of which 6800 were transferred to the successor states at the end of World War I. Before Trianon, Hungary had one of Europe's busiest and most developed rail networks that the new borders cut in half at 53 locations; most of the rail lines have already been eliminated by the successor states. In the 19th century, Hungary developed a radial railway network centered on Budapest and two circular railway lines that linked Nagykanizsa Pécs, Szabadka, Szeged, Békéscsaba with Arad, Munkács and Kassa directly. The victorious powers, in certain cases, intentionally drew new borders to cut off the strategic railway lines from the rest of the country; as a result, cities like Nagyszalonta–Nagyvárad–Szatmárnémeti–Csap–Kassa were appropriated and awarded to the successor states. The sub-regions that the new borders cut off from the rest of the country have been marginalized and since have lost their commercial roles.
The Trianon Treaty impacts our economy to this very day. As a result, only fifty percent of industrial areas have remained in Hungarian hands -- 35 percent of coal mines, 63 percent of railway network, 65 percent of the road network and 67 percent of financial institutions were transferred to the successor states.
Hungary also lost 61 percent of its arable land, 88 percent of its forest, 70 percent of its cattle stock, and most of the salt, gold and silver mines.
Beyond losing a large part of national wealth, we lost a significant part of our domestic market as well.)