Exploring Anti-Semitism in Hungary

Wednesday, December 25, 2013

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An openly anti-Semitic political party has gained power in Hungary’s Parliament in recent years, fueling fears that the Eastern European nation is experiencing a rise in anti-Jewish sentiment. Ninety percent of Hungarian Jews who participated in a recent survey by a European Union agency ranked the bias in the country as a “very big” or “fairly big” problem. The growing talk of anti-Semitism in Hungary has prompted the government to respond with a call on Hungarians to accept responsibility for the role played by their country in the Holocaust during World War II and to redouble efforts to commemorate the Holocaust.

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Anonymous said...

Yes, it is growing. And there is nothing they can do about it.
They have brought (and are bringing) it upon themselves; starting with Rakosi (Rosenfeld) in 1947.
The whole BM was full of them. (BM= Ministry of the Interior - the enforcement arm of the ruling Tribe = Communist Party - upper level)

Through a complicated family relationship, I, as a teenager, had access to go to Zrinyi u. 5, to the "BM Klub" for Sunday dinners and old and new Western movies during the late 1960s for a good number of years.
BTW: The food was fabulous and dirt cheap...
However, the point is, that on Sunday the main dining room looked like a gathering of the Synagogue. The person who facilitated my access, was thought to be a Tribe member (but he was not) and he didn't dissuade them of it. His rank was 'lieutenant colonel', albeit he was not in "enforcement" but in personnel support (let's live it that that) - although he's deceased now. He was who pointed out several times, that "virtually everybody here is a Tribe member" - at that time, without malice, I should add, it was just an observation voiced by him.

So the nomenclature was totally permeated and controlled by them past 1947. Nothing much changed since. Time-after-time I find out of acquaintances and even relatives of mine who are doing very-very well, like villas in Buda, fancy cars, money galore since the "regime change of 1990" are invariably are members of the Tribe or their spouses are.
I have some observed shocking first hand stories of huge, totally unethical money and power-grab behavior which I'll not get into here.

HU today is poor, because they STOLE the country and the money. It is that simple. OTHERS have noticed it too lately - especially the young. They are angry, livid, and could spill over to action sooner or later. People who were ambivalent as little as 4-5 years ago, are literally boiling today...

They cannot make these emotions go away, it's impossible. They can push it underground with draconian laws, or propaganda, but history tells, that those do not work in the long run, but actually get worse, fueled by resentment, and it just builds up pressure, to blow sky-high on one fine day...

The behavior modification should be on the part of the Tribe members, only that would elicit a desired (by them) response. However, the chance of that happening is absolute zero.
No, true to their historical nature, they'll just push, push, suppress and if they deem necessary, kill and terrorize (think of the Palestinians' plight today).

The outcome is a 100% predictable and is a given, the question is the 'when'.

Anonymous said...

Free speech means controlled speech.

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Interesting Geo-political analysis of Eurasia situation.

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