Katinka Hosszú: world class athlete of a thousand faces

Monday, September 30, 2013

Princess Katinka Hosszú shines both in the swimming pool and in front of the cameras.

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Globalist agent Gordon Bajnai and his liberal-Bolshevik accomplices decapitated a dummy depicting PM Viktor Orbán

Globalist agent Gordon Bajnai, who was hand-picked by the American liberal establishment to lead the opposition against Fidesz in the next year's national election lied to his audience that if he wins the next year's national election, he will reestablish the "solidarity contract" with society. Bajnai attended an anti-government seance that has been organized by the Hungarian Solidarity Movement, a liberal-Bolshevik globalist proxy group.

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Western-backed terrorists hit the Chinese embassy in Damascus

Mortar shell hits Chinese embassy in Syria

File Photo from the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of China shows a scene of the Chinese embassy in Damascus, Syria. A mortar shell hit the Chinese embassy to Syria on Monday, damaging the compound's wall and shattering windows, the embassy said. A local employee was slightly injured in the incident. (Xinhua)

DAMASCUS, Sept. 30 (Xinhua) -- A mortar shell hit the Chinese embassy on Monday, damaging the compound's wall and shattering buildings' windows, the embassy said. A local employee was slightly injured in the incident.


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Another unspeakable crime committed by Gypsies – they murdered and raped a woman jogger

The savage murder took place last Thursday in Soroksár. Gypsy criminals strangled a woman jogger († 36) with rope then raped her lifeless body.

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Thought for the day

Sunday, September 29, 2013

Jesus said: ”Let one who seeks not stop seeking until one finds. When one finds, one will be troubled. When one is troubled, one will marvel and will reign over all.”

(The Gospel of Thomas)

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Erzsébet Lesták successfully summitted Shisha Pangma's Central Peak managed to get in touch with alpinist Erzsébet Lesták who confirmed to the portal that she indeed, successfully reached Shisha Pangma's Central Peak (Central Peak, 8013)!

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There is something going on across America right now – Bruce Gagnon

A corporate criminal syndicate made up of the military industrial complex and its related banking, media, pharmaceutical and other subsidiaries, is controlling the United States, according to Bruce Gagnon in an interview with the Voice of Russia. According to polls the American people are more interested in building infrastructure and helping their fellow citizens than supporting the paradigm of endless wars. Bruce Gagnon, the coordinator for the Global Network Against Weapons and Nuclear Power in Space spoke to the Voice of Russia on these issues and more.

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Hungarian amateur runner Szilvia Lubics won this year's 246-kilometer ultramarathon

Szilvia Lubics won this year's women's 246-kilometer Athens-Sparta ultramarathon race reported the Hungarian Association of Ultramaratonists (UMSZ) Saturday night. Lubics completed the race in 28:03:04 hours.

In the men's category Portuguese Joao Oliveira finished first in 23:29:08 hours. Hungarian Csaba Lajkó crossed the finish line 15th (28:39:32 hours). More than 321 athletes from 35 countries competed this year's ultramarathon race.

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Picture of the day: Little girl dressed in folk costume standing in front of a “Székely kapu”

Friday, September 27, 2013

Photo: Csiki Árpád

The photo was shot in Zetelaka, Erdély.

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Three gypsy criminals were sentenced for assaulting, robbing and raping a German couple last summer

Kiskunhalasi District Court handed down lenient sentences in a robbery-rape case took place last summer. As we reported earlier, three gypsy criminals assaulted, robbed and raped a German couple in their home last summer in Jánoshalma.

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Humankind’s Most Dangerous Moment: Fukushima Fuel Pool at Unit 4. “This is an Issue of Human Survival.”

Thursday, September 26, 2013

The world community must now take charge at Fukushima

By Harvey Wasserman

We are now within two months of what may be humankind’s most dangerous moment since the Cuban Missile Crisis.

There is no excuse for not acting. All the resources our species can muster must be focussed on the fuel pool at Fukushima Unit 4.

Fukushima’s owner, Tokyo Electric (Tepco), says that within as few as 60 days it may begin trying to remove more than 1300 spent fuel rods from a badly damaged pool perched 100 feet in the air. The pool rests on a badly damaged building that is tilting, sinking and could easily come down in the next earthquake, if not on its own.

Some 400 tons of fuel in that pool could spew out more than 15,000 times as much radiation as was released at Hiroshima.

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Mexican mural decorates the Eastern Railway Station's subway entrance

Mexican artist Julio Carrasco Bretón, one of the most prominent representatives of mural painting donated a 2x6 m artwork to Budapest city. The artwork was handed over to Budapest city officials by Mexican ambassador to Hungary Isabel Bárbara Téllez Rosete and the artist himself at the Eastern Railway Station's subway entrance.

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Picture of the day: Magyarlóna folk costume

Photo: Fodor Kálmán

Csilla and her two daughters.

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Hungarian-born Indian painter Amrita Sher-Gil exhibition opened at the UNESCO headquarters in Paris

Wednesday, September 25, 2013

UNESCO honors the memory of Hungarian-born Indian painter, Amrita Sher-Gil (1913-1941) at the 100th anniversary of her birth with an exhibition at the organization's Paris headquarters.

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Picture of the day: Golden eagle hunts deer

Tuesday, September 24, 2013

A rare footage from the Far East region of Russia shows a golden eagle hunts a deer. The footage was shot by a remote automatic camera, which was originally set up to record the movements of Siberian tigers.

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Chinese telecommunications company ZTE to establish repair center in Hungary

A cooperation agreement has been signed with Chinese telecommunications company ZTE on the occasion of their recent expansion in Hungary. State Secretary for Foreign Affairs and External Economic Relations Péter Szijjártó and ZTE Vice President for Central and Eastern Europe Chang Xiao Wei were present at the event. The Chinese mobile phone manufacturer has announced the opening of a mobile phone repair center in Hungary, which will create 50 new jobs and also offer opportunities for Hungarian SMEs.

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No news about Alpinist Erzsébet Lesták since Saturday

Alpinist Erzsébet Lesták plans to climb Shishapangma the world 14th highest mountain that no Hungarian mountaineer has ever attempted to climb before. She tries to get to the peak without extra oxygen and without the help of Sherpas. According to the original plan, she should have returned to the base camp on Tuesday but so far, there is no news about her.

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Quote of the day: Mainstream politician confirms that the globalist parties are controlled

Monday, September 23, 2013

The speaker of the house László Kövér confirms what every sane person has already been suspecting for some time: the globalist parties are controlled. You don't have to be a rocket scientist to figure out who their puppet masters are.

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Enhanced legal protection for the elderly -- Jobbik

Jobbik would tighten the Penal Code in order to reduce the number of violent attacks on elderly people.

Jobbik spokesman Ádám Mirkóczki recalled that recently two elderly women have been savagely beaten in their own homes. The majority of these brutal attacks committed by gypsy perpetrators said Mirkóczki.

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Gypsy criminals brutally beat and robbed a 78 year-old woman in Tarnaörs -- one gypsy was captured

Sunday, September 22, 2013

In the heavily gypsy infested town of Tarnaörs, Heves County a 78-year-old woman living alone, was robbed and brutally beaten on September 20, she was found by a relative. The house was completely ransacked. The victim was hospitalized with life threatening injuries.

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The globalist coalition lost the Baja municipal by-election

Fidesz candidate Csaba Kovács won the Baja municipal by-election held on Sunday. Globalist candidate Melinda Teket (MSZP Együtt, DK) finished second and Jobbik candidate György Markó finished third.

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Globalist challenges to be overcome by national revival – Putin

Vladimir Putin has told an influential political forum that Russia needs to strengthen its national identity based on traditional values, and vowed to continue the opposition to the unipolar international political system.

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Unknown perpetrators left baby soap at the fence of the synagogue in Szeged

Saturday, September 21, 2013

Police launched a criminal investigation against unknown perpetrators that left several bars of baby soap at the fence of the synagogue in Szeged reporting The soaps were noticed by a member of a group visiting the synagogue who immediately reported the case to the tour guide who then alerted police.

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You can have a happy life without electricity!

Happiness begins beyond the outskirts of the city and you don't need electricity to feel content says Anita Dirbász (36), the owner of a small ranch near Kiscsere, Szabolcs-Szatmár Bereg county where the young woman has been residing for many years with her mother and ten-year-old son without running water and internet.

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Filipino man fell in love with Hungarian history and culture

Friday, September 20, 2013

Model maker Stephen Roy Chua Rojas of Philippine has several scale models of Hungarian related structures -- including the "Matyás" church and the Parliament building -- in his private collection.

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Marianna Sastin wins gold medal at Wrestling World Championships in Budapest

Marianna Sastin

Marianna Sastin won gold medal in the 59 kg weight class by defeating her Bulgarian opponent in the final on Thursday. The same day, Emese Barka won bronze medal in the 55 kg weight class.

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Hungarian – Russian joint ventures are planned

Thursday, September 19, 2013

At Wednesday's meeting of the Hungarian-Russian joint economic committee in Budapest, agreement was signed by the Agriculture Minister of Russia and his Hungarian counterpart Péter Szijjártó to start joint ventures to increase the export of Hungarian agricultural products to Russia said Foreign Affairs and Foreign Economic Secretary Péter Szijjártó at a press conference following the meeting.

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World and Olympic Champion Swimmer Dániel Gyurta received the International Fair Play Award

World and Olympic Champion Swimmer Dániel Gyurta has been presented with the International Fair Play Award at the UNESCO Palace in Paris on Wednesday.

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92 year old woman was beaten to death in Nagykőrös

Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Unknown perpetrators (gypsies) broke into the house of a 92 year old woman, tied her up and searched her house. When the hooded perpetrators realized that there was no money in the house other than a few pennies they beat the elderly woman up breaking her cheekbones and nose in several places. The old lady has passed away during the night.

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Prime Minister Viktor Orbán held talks with Russian Minister of Agriculture Nikolai Fyodorov

Bilateral trade and the increase of Hungarian agricultural export to Russia were the topic of discussion between Prime Minister Viktor Orbán and Russian Minister of Agriculture Nikolai Fyodorov in parliament on Wednesday.

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The controlled media lamenting over survey results unveiling that the vast majority of Hungarian women rejects homosexuality

Ninety-one percent of Hungarian women would get an abortion if it turned out that their fetuses carry the gay gene.

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The architectural model of the new 'Bozsik' football stadium

Tuesday, September 17, 2013

The government will spend HUF 40 billion on building and renovating 27 football stadiums until 2016 announced recently Prime Minister Viktor Orbán and the Head of the Hungarian Football Association Sándor Csányi.

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Legal farce: Police terrorists are charged with minor violation of the law

The criminal trial of retired Police Chief Lt. Gen. Laszlo Bene, former National Police Chief Peter Gergényi and their twelve accomplices started today at the Metropolitan Tribunal.

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The President of Vietnam Truong Tan Sang and PM Viktor Orbán talked about trade in the Hungarian parliament

Monday, September 16, 2013

Both the Hungarian and the Vietnamese governments would like to improve trade turnover between the two countries, which is currently $ 120 million, said the Head of the Prime Minister’s Press Office Bertalan Havasi following the meeting between the two leaders in Budapest on Monday.

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Picture of the day: Truck driver made an impressive artwork out of his vehicle

Thirty-five year old Tihamér Hováth bought his Volvo FH16-660 special edition four years ago and made an impressive artwork out of the vehicle.

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The largest “Székely kapu” (Székely gate) of North-America has been erected in Ontario, Canada

Ornate gate marks Hungarian club’s 50th anniversary

By Brent Davis

CAMBRIDGE — It's an impressive nod to the past.

An intricate wooden gate, carved by hand in a tradition passed down through generations, graces the entrance to the Hungarian Canadian Club of Waterloo-Wellington on Kossuth Road.

It was erected this summer, the vision of longtime club member Jeno Ankucza and the product of donations from generous members eager to honour the club's 50th anniversary in 2012.

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Elementary religion textbook is attacked for calling homosexuality a mortal sin

Sunday, September 15, 2013

The globalists and the controlled media question the political correctness of an elementary religion textbook written for fourth-graders because it calls homosexuality a mortal sin. The book has been written by Apor Catholic College rector Mária Erdő, Hungarian Bishop Peter Erdő's sister.

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A group of fanatical retirees occupied the “Szabadság” bridge in Budapest

Saturday, September 14, 2013

Hard core supporters of the mentally unstable former Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany occupied the “Szabadság” bridge to mark the opening of the fall session of parliament.

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Dollar era drawing to its end

Friday, September 13, 2013

By Yuri Skidanov

At the G-20 summit in St. Petersburg the discussion of U.S. aggression against Syria overshadowed the economic issues. Meanwhile, there have been certain developments in this area that are crucial for the future of the global economy. The first steps were made to rid the banking and financial system of the dictatorship of the U.S. dollar as the world reserve currency.

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If you set a trap for others, you will get caught in it yourself

Ágnes Vadai a close ally of comandante Ferenc Gyurcsany who served two terms as Hungary's Prime Minister and brought about such a destruction that is comparable to the Mongol invasions in the 13th century. Both globalist agents are relentless promoters of a society where deviant behavior is the norm, where moral and social values are oddities that need to be deprecated and eliminated.

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Turkish cultural center was inaugurated in Budapest

The institute awaits the interested public with lectures, concerts, film screenings, conferences, seminars, painting and photo exhibitions. It welcomes everyone who is interested in Turkey, the Turkish language, culture, art and history.

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The globalist media tries to drive a wedge between Jobbik and the Sixty-four County Youth Movement (HVIM)

Thursday, September 12, 2013

One of the globalist news portals reported recently that the head of the HVIM Gyula Zagyva, who is sitting on Jobbik benches in parliament, leaves politics and won't run again as a candidate in the next year's national election. According to the globalist lie, Gyula Zagyva decided himself not to run, but his decision is in full agreement with the leaders of Jobbik party that find him difficult to handle.

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Cibakháza parish priest was beaten to death

Wednesday, September 11, 2013

The seventy-two-year-old parish priest was brutally murdered Wednesday night. He was found at the parish basement Wednesday morning. (Note: "brutally murdered" indicates that the perpetrator was most likely a gypsy criminal or criminals)

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RT live report: Syrian Army battles jihadists in ancient Christian village

“It’s hard to believe that what used to be one of the most significant shrines of the Christian community all over the world is a battlefield now,” Finoshina reported from the village on Saturday, her voice occasionally drowned out by the sound of gunfire.

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The class warriors still stand the pace: Old Bolshevik Iván Vitányi's one day in Parliament

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While Katinka is in the pool her husband takes care with her wedding ring

After returning from Seychelles Island vacation, the newlywed couple immediately went to work.

World and European champion athlete Katinka Hosszú, who won two golds this year's world Championships in Barcelona, swims eight hours a day in the pool, while her husband Shane Tusup gives her instructions from the pool-side and takes care his wife's wedding ring.

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Russia proves use of chemical weapons by Syrian rebels

Russia has handed over evidence to the UN Security Council proving the repeated use of chemical weapons by Syrian rebels, chairman of the Duma Committee on International Affairs, Alexei Pushkov said Wednesday. According to him, both sides of the conflict in Syria own chemical weapons that should be outlawed.

In addition, Pushkov said, the "war party" in the United States insists on military strikes similar to the Libyan operation, trying to disrupt the implementation of Russia's proposals for a peaceful settlement of the situation.

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Parliament passed the social funeral legislation

Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Starting January those in need can ask for social funeral from the municipal government.

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Google Earth blurs out Rovas city signs

Hungarians are baffled over Google policy of blurring out Rovas city signs in Google Earth street view.

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Hungary inks FX swap deal with Chinese counterpart

Monday, September 9, 2013

The National Bank of Hungary (NBH) and the People’s Bank of China have on 9 September 2013 signed a bilateral currency swap agreement with a notional amount of CNY 10 billion in the BIS headquarters in Basel, in a bid to support bilateral trade and investment co-operation, the Hungarian central bank has announced on Monday.

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Picture of the day: PM Viktor Orbán's daughter Ráhel got married

The Roman Catholic Wedding Ceremony was conducted in the Margit Boulevard Franciscan Church. The wedding dress was fabulous, the ceremony was attended by many politicians.

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