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"Érpatak" -- the national model of integrating gypsies into Hungarian society

Saturday, November 30, 2013

A cooperation agreement was signed between Jobbik President Gábor Vona and the leader of the National Network of the "Érpatak" Model Orosz Mihály Zoltán on Friday in "Érpatak".

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A hűbéres király nyomorgó szolgákká akarta tenni magyar alattvalóit

Csurka Dóra

Feltáratlan fejezetek a Szent István halálát követő időszakból, amelyben igen komoly veszélybe került a magyarság függetlensége
A Szent István halálát követő történelmi időszak feltáratlan fejezeteiről ír Csurka Dóra cikkében. Olyan korról van szó, amelyben már akkor veszélyben forgott a magyarság függetlensége

Ki volt valójában Gizella? A fenséges király, Szent István felesége? Igen, de sokkal nagyobb és alapvetőbb szerepe volt egyúttal a magyar történelem alakulásában, mint ahogy az ma a szélesebb értelemben vett közvéleményben él. Nemcsak Gizelláról szól ez a cikk, de vele kezdődik az a történelmi szakasz nemzetünk históriájában, amely rövidebb megszakításokkal, de egészen napjainkig nyúlik.

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Headstones are disappearing from the world only "fun" cemetery of Szaplonca

Friday, November 29, 2013

The priceless headstones are disappearing from the world only "merry" cemetery of Szaplonca that is also a world heritage site writes the “Krónika” newspaper on Friday.

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Russia bans the promotion of abortion

The revival of Russian culture and tradition are ongoing while the indigenous population of Europe under the tight control of demonic forces is dwindling away.

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CNN cuts ‘most crucial points’ from interview with Russia's UN envoy on Syria

Thursday, November 28, 2013

CNN has made significant cuts to its interview with the Russian Permanent Representative to the United Nations, Vitaly Churkin, most notably his comments on the number of people that actually support Syrian President Bashar Assad.

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Government wants to plant intellectually challenged over-aged students into the primary school system to destroy the quality of education

A potential grade five student

Fear and trembling in Miskolc's “Selyemrét” district; the government wants to plant intellectually challenged gypsy students and other dropouts aged 18-25 in the primary school system forcing 6-14 years olds to attend classes with over-aged students. Parents are terrified by the idea, which if goes ahead as planned will hamper the education of their children.

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This is the time. And this is the record of the time

Wednesday, November 27, 2013

SAMSARA food sequence from Baraka & Samsara on Vimeo.

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The Turanian heritage – We are not alone



A documentary by Duna TV, featuring Antropologist Zsolt András Bíró, Cultural historian and Animation director Marcell Jankovics, Buryat singer-songwriter Midigma Dorzhieva and Uyghur painter Ahmed Ahat.

(hungarianambiance.com)

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Hungarian Government grants HUF 300 million to the Chess Federation

The Hungarian Government is providing a one-time supplementary grant of 300 million forints to the Chess Federation.

Minister of State for Sport and Youth István Simicskó said during a press conference on Tuesday that chess has achieved outstanding results and develops important skills such as strategic thinking, so it fully deserves to be supported. He added: this amount comes via the broader system of sport subsidies and maybe spent until the end of the first semester of next year.

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Short-track European Champion Zsuzsanna Jakabos recovering from successful shoulder operation

Tuesday, November 26, 2013

"I had a chronic shoulder inflammation for many years; often, I was unable to raise a bottle of mineral water, so I decided to go under the knife. I missed this year's short course season to be able to compete next summer's European Championship in Berlin."

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An agreement was reached by Chinese, Hungarian and Serbian prime ministers on the Budapest - Belgrade railway line modernization

Monday, November 25, 2013

China, Hungary and Serbia have agreed to jointly build a Budapest- Belgrade railway line; the agreement among the three countries has been announced at a joint press conference in the Romanian capital during the China - Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) summit by Chinese Prime Minister Li Keqiang, Hungarian PM Viktor Orbán and Serbian PM Ivica Dacic.

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Croatian and Hungarian nationalists commemorate to fallen soldiers died in defense of "Kórógy" and "Szentlászló"

The Croatian Pure Party of Rights (HČSP), the Sixty-four County Youth Movement (HVIM) and Jobbik held a joint commemoration march between "Kórógy" and "Szentlászló" to remember the defenders of the two villages that attacked by the Yugoslav army during the Croatian War of Independence in 1991. Participants laid wreaths to the memorial of the fallen soldiers and civilians, confirmed the historic Croatian- Hungarian friendship and called for the preservation of national independence.

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More than 60 thousand new Hungarian citizens registered so far as voters

Sunday, November 24, 2013


According recent data released by the National Election Office, more than 60 thousand new Hungarian citizens registered as voters for the spring general election; from Erdely 26,554 and from Voivodina 14,789 new Hungarian citizen checked in with the registry office so far.

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Dollar enters death throes: US economist

Saturday, November 23, 2013

The role of the US dollar as a reserve currency is coming to an end, terminating the US financial bully status, an American economist writes in a column for Press TV

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PM Viktor Orbán: The EU is not a country

We can't expect from Brussels or anyone else to solve our problems said in an interview with NHK Japanese public television PM Viktor Orbán.

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"Politics detached itself from reality" – Today, Gábor Vona worked as salesman at Gyöngyös farmers market

Friday, November 22, 2013

The nationwide tour is enlightening both spiritually and professionally said Jobbik president Gábor Vona at the third stop of his campaign appearance in Gyöngyös on Friday.

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The Russian anti-gay law beneficial effects: Ikea removed an article from its Russian laguage publication that promotes gay lifestye

The publisher of Ikea's Russian language magazine removed an article from its recent edition that describes two lesbian women who are raising children as a couple in London.

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Scouts help promoting Hungary's true history

Sixteen adult scouts of Cleveland packaged more than five thousand books dealing with Hungary and Hungarian history in a total of ten hours and mailed them to American libraries reported the Hungarian Scout Association foreign press office.

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Prime Minister meets with his Japanese counterpart during official visit

Thursday, November 21, 2013

MTI/EPA/AFP pool/Jamanaka Toru

Following talks with his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán announced that Hungarian oil and gas company MOL and Japan Synthetic Rubber (JSR) have agreed to set up a joint venture to produce synthetic rubber in Tiszaújváros in north-eastern Hungary.

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Budapest to host 2014 Women's EHF FINAL4

Budapest is to host the first edition of the Women's EHF FINAL4 in May 2014, the EHF has announced.

The winning joint bid from Hungarofest, a leading event management company, and the Hungarian Handball Federation (MKSZ), will organise the final event of the Europe's four best female club teams in close co-operation with EHF Marketing GmbH, the marketing arm of the EHF.

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Firefox debuts new super-sleek User Interface

Mozilla has rolled out a massive UI update to Firefox dubbed Australis; this is the biggest ever change to Firefox’s user interface, with much improved streamlining and customization. Australis will debut in Firefox 28, which just hit the Nightly (alpha testing) channel; if everything goes to plan, the new-look Firefox should be ready for mass consumption at the start of 2014.

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PM Viktor Orbán flew to Japan for official visit

Wednesday, November 20, 2013

PM Viktor Orbán flew to Japan for an official visit Tuesday night. He meets among others Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and Emperor Akihito said the head of the Prime Minister's Press Office Bertalan Havasi.

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Jobbik President Gábor Vona signed up for public works program!

Jobbik President Gábor Vona found a unique way of touring the country. He applies for jobs as a volunteer at different places; last week, he worked as a waiter in Recsk and yesterday, he joined the public works program to work an eight - hours shift in Gyöngyöspata together with welfare recipients and the unemployed.

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PM Orbán: The European Union is not an elite club, but the club of adversaries

Tuesday, November 19, 2013

We were once a sugar producing super power, because we were among the first to recognize in the nineteenth century that sugar will be a mass market product.

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Hungarian-Vietnamese bilateral relations are expanding

The expansion of Hungarian-Vietnamese bilateral relations play an important role in the implementation of the government's Eastern Partnership policy stressed Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs and Foreign Economic Relations Péter Szijjártó at a press-conference after the Hungarian-Vietnamese Joint Economic Committee meeting on Tuesday in Budapest.

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The socialist party introduced a bill in parliament to ban the erection of statues commemorating former Governor Miklós Horthy

Monday, November 18, 2013

The political and spiritual heirs of Bela Kun, Matyas Rakosi and other Bolshevik criminals asking the government to ban the erection of statues honoring former Governor Miklós Horthy.

The head of the socialist party Attila Mesterházy and his fellow MP Gergely Bárándy claimed that more and more settlements around the country erect statues of Horthy; municipalities are encouraged by the government to continue the practice of portraying Horthy as a positive historical figure by erecting statues of him reasoned the two globalist puppets.

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Hundreds of people remembered the liberation of Budapest by Admiral Miklós Horthy

Sunday, November 17, 2013

Hundreds of people gathered at Kosztolányi Dezső square in Budapest on Sunday afternoon to commemorate to the liberation of Budapest by Admiral Miklós Horthy. Ninety-four years ago today at the height of the Bolshevik killing spree, Miklós Horthy entered Budapest to put an end to the 133 days of murderous rampage perpetrated by psychopathic murderer Bela Kun and his fellow monsters.

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Daniella Éltető of Hungary is the new K-1 World Champion!

By defeating fifteen-time world champion Katrin Dirheimer of Germany Daniella Éltető has become WFMC PRO new wold champion in K-1 65 kg. The five rounds of three minutes match was won by 18-year-old Daniella Éltető by decision.

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Cathedral designed by architect Imre Makovecz could be built in Budapest

World famous architect, one of the most prominent representatives of organic architecture Imre Makovecz left behind hundreds of architectural plans.

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Csángó-Hungarian nightingale Száras Marika of Pusztina performs a beautiful folk song

Friday, November 15, 2013

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The Sixty-four County Youth Movement remembered two Golden Dawn activists gunned down by communist terrorists

About 200 hundred Hungarian nationalists remembered the Golden Dawn activists gunned down by communist terrorists.

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Four-meter high Virgin Mary statue has been erected on the wall of Buda Castle

Thursday, November 14, 2013

On the southern walls of Buda Castle a four meter high statue has been erected depicting Virgin Mary and the child Jesus.

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Picture of the day: Young Hungarian couple wearing folk-costume at the first part of the twentieth century

Ethnographer István Györffy began doing fieldwork at the Black Körös valley southeast of Nagyvárad, now belongs to Romania, among Hungarian communities in 1911. This photo that shows a young couple wearing folk costume is part of a series of photographs made by Györffy before the first world war devastated the country. István Györffy's photos are on display in the “Néprajzi Múzeum” until March 16, 2014.

(mno.hu – hungarianambiance.com)

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Singapore supports Hungarian economic renewal

The economic and political changes in Hungary are positive and forward looking said the President of Singapore Tony Tan Keng Jam who is in an official visit in Hungary. The president met Prime Minister Viktor Orbán in the Parliament in Budapest on Wednesday.

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An interesting read, Bolivian President Evo Morales' speech at the European Heads of State meeting in Brussels

Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Evo Morales to European Heads of State: I, too, can demand repayment

Evo Morales Ayma President of Bolivia

Statement of President Evo Morales Ayma to the gathering of Heads of State of the European Community, (06/30/2013).

With simple words, simultaneously translated, President Morales spoke to more than one hundred Heads of State and dignitaries of the European Community:

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The Russian State Duma considers banning the trade of U.S. dollar

The State Duma will discuss a draft resolution on U.S. dollar sales ban in Russia. The resolution was tabled in the Duma by a representative of the Liberal Democratic Party of Russia, Mikhail Giegtarjov.

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The first Hungarian Trading House opened in the Chinese capital

Government Commissioner for Hungarian - Chinese bilateral relations Péter Szijjártó opened the first Hungarian Trading House in the Chinese capital on Wednesday.

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Four Hungarian medals at World Karate Championship (cadet, junior and under-21) in Guadalajara, Spain during the weekend

Tuesday, November 12, 2013

The 27 member Hungarian team won one gold (Bousseba Aicha, Cadet Kumite - 54kg) and three bronze medals (Szegedi Döme U21 Kumite - 68kg, Hárspataki Gábor, Junior Kumite 68kg, Nógrádi Nicol, Junior Kumite - 53kg) finishing 10th on the medal table.

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The winners of “Hungary is my home!” children drawing contest

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Jobbik President Gábor Vona: The real division in the world today is not among religions and cultures...

In an interview with alfahir, Jobbik President Gábor Vona clarifies some of his views on issues relating to Jobbik's eastern partnership policy.

Here are some of the highlights.

"I gave four lectures in several Turkish Universities this month; my hosts and the Turkish people received me with incomprehensible affection, which of course has also been directed towards Jobbik and the entire Hungarian nation."

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Hungarian Cultural Institute will be inaugurated in Beijing on Wednesday by Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Péter Szijjártó

Monday, November 11, 2013

The opening of the Hungarian Cultural Institute in Beijing will be a major milestone event in the history of the institution.

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Tuzsér will be a model town, Jobbik won Sunday's interim mayoral election

Jobbik candidate Tibor Ferkovics won the Sunday's interim mayoral election in Tuzsér, Szabolcs- Szatmár-Bereg county reporting MTI.

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An interview with anthropologist Bíró András Zsolt about evidences that prove the Asian origin of Hungarians [in Hungarian]

Sunday, November 10, 2013

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China, Hungary vow to strengthen military ties

Photo:MTI

BEIJING, Nov. 10 (Xinhua) -- Senior military officers from China and Hungary on Sunday vowed to further strengthen military exchanges and cooperation.

Chang Wanquan, minister of national defense, and Xu Qiliang, vice chairman of the Central Military Commission, met with visiting Hungarian Defense Minister Csaba Hende, respectively, in Beijing.

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The inventor of the legendary Kalashnikov assault rifle celebrates his 94 birthday today

Photo: RIA Novosti

Mikhail Kalashnikov who invented the legendary Kalashnikov assault rifle celebrates his 94 birthday today in a close family setting.

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Elementary school children's artworks submitted for a nationwide drawing competition called "Hungary is my home!"


The drawing competition called "Hungary is my home!" organized by Jobbik Youth Wing for elementary school children was a resounding success. In two months, organizers have received more than 200 entries.

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Female readers of the tabloid online newspaper “Bors” picked Jobbik President Gábor Vona as the sexiest politician in the country

Saturday, November 9, 2013

Jobbik President Gábor Vona

The readers of the magazine have been asked to chose a winner from twenty candidates.

Readers were also asked to put aside their political affiliations and concentrate solely on the candidates' physical features and intellectual faculties. Hundreds of readers voted in the survey and Jobbik President Gábor Vona came out on the top. Former Prime Minister Gordon Bajnai won the second place, and current Prime Minister Viktor Orbán the third place.

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Former Jobbik vice-President Csanád Szegedi has undergone a ritual circumcision, “not an easy thing to do as an adult.”

Former Hungarian neo-fascist to speak at Chabad

By David Lazarus, Staff Reporter

MONTREAL — Can a leopard change his anti-Semitic spots?

In the case of Csanad Szegedi, absolutely not, say some local Hungarian Jews and Holocaust survivors who are outraged over a scheduled Dec. 9 visit to Montreal – at the invitation of Chabad of Westmount – of Szegedi, a former major figure in the Hungarian neo-fascist movement.

The visit by Szegedi to Chabad of Westmount is his first outside Hungary before a Jewish audience.

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Vladimir Putin against the new Carthaginian civilization

Friday, November 8, 2013

By Nicolas Bonnal

My high charms work,
And these mine enemies are all knit up
in their distractions.
The Tempest

Vladimir Putin recently spoke of the Euro-Atlantic forces that want to push the Christian roots out of Europe and the West. I thought his expression had an almost esoteric dimension. First there is the Heartland, the Christian Europe from the Atlantic to the Urals - and beyond - as de Gaulle said. A land rich in traditions, proud of its high and ancient civilization, which had managed to transform and renew its culture and inheritance for thousands of years.

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Hungary's newest cultural and commercial center Bálna Budapest opened to the public (Photo Report)

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Mongolia is interested in buying Hungarian-developed drones

Mongolia is interested in buying Hungarian-developed drones and expressed its willingness to cooperate with the Hungarian defense industry, said Defense Minister Csaba Hende who is in an official visit in Mongolia.

Csaba Hende and his Mongolian counterpart Dasdemberel Bat-Erdene reviewed potential areas of defense cooperation between the two countries, including exchange of experiences and information, personnel exchanges, training and education, as well as industrial research and development.

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PM Viktor Orbán: Hungary will regain its fame

The greatness of a nation manifests itself in its sciences, sports and culture; regarding these features, Hungary is not only stronger today, but slowly but surely it recovers its former greatness, said PM Viktor Orbán, at the reopening gala of the Erkel Theatre in Budapest on Thursday.

The prime minister stressed that Hungarians have always considered themselves a nation of culture; the theaters, the opera houses and the concert halls are the temples of national culture in which the greatness of the nation's spirit manifests itself.

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The U.S. instructs the Hungarian government to condemn the erection of the Horthy statue in the "Hazatérés Temploma"

Thursday, November 7, 2013

The United States condemns the erection of a Horthy statue in the "Hazatérés Temploma" (The church of homecoming) that took place last Sunday in Budapest.

In a statement the U.S. Embassy in Budapest says the Hungarian government should condemn the event on the highest level: The U.S. finds it necessary that the highest - ranking leaders of the country strongly and unequivocally condemn what happened.

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Former Assistant Secretary of the Treasury in the Reagan Administration Paul Craig Roberts: The US is not a real country but a colony ruled by Israel

Wednesday, November 6, 2013

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The governments is about to introduce mandatory vaccination of children against pneumococcal infection

Cabinet chief Attila Beneda scared the hell out of tens of thousands of enlightened and responsible parents a few days ago by suggesting that the government might regulate compulsory vaccination against pneumococcal infection to satisfy the profit needs of money junkies. Thousands of parents have been planning to leave the country as a final desperation to protect their children when the regulation come into effect.

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Sympathy demonstration at the Greek Embassy in support of the beleaguered Greek patriots

"We can't stand by and watch silently as communist assassins attacking patriot groups anywhere in the world as we also speak out against tyrannical governments that hide behind the cloak of democracy."

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