Sochi Winter Olympics: The opening ceremony uniforms for the Hungarian Olympic team unveiled

Friday, January 31, 2014

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Mud-built eco-house in the Turkish hills

Atulya Bingham has been living in the Turkish hills in a tent since 1997. In order to improve her quality of life, it has become necessary to build a hut with water and electricity; she insisted that the hut must be constructed from environmentally friendly materials. The earthquake-resistant hut has been made out of mud and cost 5000 dollars to build.

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Ukrainian protesters meet early morning on Independence Square

Thursday, January 30, 2014

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Jobbik has been invited to the Russian National Forum held in St. Petersburg on March 15

Collage: Oroszország Hangja

Organizers expect 400 to 600 participants to attend the event, which include nationalist politicians from Russia and around the world; among others, representatives of the Jobbik party, the Austrian Freedom Party and Golden Dawn of Greece have been invited.

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Operative staff will be set up to deal with potentially unfavorable developments in Ukraine

Prime Minister Viktor Orbán announced that due to the deteriorating situation in Ukraine he instructed Interior Minister Sándor Pintér to set up an operative staff and make preparations for possible unfavorable developments in the neighboring country.

The situation in Ukraine is quickly deteriorating; today, Ukraine's President Viktor F. Yanukovych went on sick leave. He takes time off due to a respiratory illness and high temperature. There is no indication of how long he will be absent.

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Confirmed: Krisztina Morvai leads Jobbik EP electoral list

Krisztina Morvai leads Jobbik EP electoral list in the upcoming EP election in May. Krisztina Morvai has already proven herself over the past five years as being one of the best candidates for the job said Jobbik President Gábor Vona at Tuesday's press-conference where Morvai briefed journalists about her future plans in the European Parliament.

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Evita - Don't Cry For Me Argentina by NatáLia Bálint in Hungarian

Wednesday, January 29, 2014

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Joint statement of the Prime Ministers of the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia

The Prime Ministers of the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia express deep concern about the dramatic development of events in Ukraine. We strongly condemn the cycle of violence which has already resulted in several fatalities. This cannot be justified by any reason.

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Jobbik MP Gábor Staudt visits New York City on January 30

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a Jobbik országgyűlési képviselője
előadást tart az Árpádhall-ban
323 East 82 Street, Manhattan
2014 január 30-án este 7:00 órakor

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Picture of the day: Horses in north China's Inner Mongolia

Photo taken on Sept. 12, 2013 shows horses wading into a river in Xilingol of north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. According to the Chinese lunar calendar, the upcoming lunar new year is the year of horse, which stands for strength, loyalty, boldness and vigorousness. (Xinhua/Pei Guoqing)

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Gypsies have been caught stealing wood, attacked police officers with swords

Repeat offender Gypsy criminals suspected of wood theft resisted arrest and attacked police officers with swords in the city of Érd.

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Russian-Chinese Naval Training Exercise Begins in Mediterranean

Pyotr Veliky
© RIA Novosti. Gregory Sysoyev

MOSCOW, January 25 (RIA Novosti) – A Russian-Chinese naval training exercise in the Mediterranean Sea began on Saturday involving the Russian nuclear-powered cruiser Pyotr Veliky and China’s Yancheng frigate, Russia’s Defense Ministry announced.

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Tuesday, January 28, 2014

A basilica about 1600 years old and 20 meters from the coast in Lake İznik has been sighted for the first time.

Spotted by chance in the snapshots which the Bursa Metropolitan Municipality has taken as part of a project launched in İznik to determine the historical heritage of the area is believed to be submerged in the lake as a result of an earthquake which occurred in 740 A.D.

The municipality is planning to turn the edifice into an underwater museum.


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Agriculture cooperation a priority between Hungary and Azerbaijan

Photo: Prime Minister’s Office

Agriculture is hoped to be a highly successful priority area in Hungarian-Azerbaijani relations, Hungary's State Secretary for Foreign Affairs and External Economic Relations said on Wednesday.

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Video footage of Gábor Vona's London visit

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Picture of the day: New York cafe is 120 years old today

Monday, January 27, 2014

New York Palace opened 120 years ago today; the building accommodates Budapest's most celebrated coffeehouse, the New York cafe, a restaurant and a five-star luxury hotel.

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Gábor Vona's personal account of what happened in London


The national and international media paid much attention to my visit in London yesterday -- despite all the lying and misreporting I thank them very much for the exposure. Yesterday, I became world famous. Of course, you can say this wasn't the right advertisement for me -- time will tell.

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Picture of the day: This is how BBC lies about Gábor Vona's London visit

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Bad omen for Ukraine – A seagull and a crow attack Pope Francis' peace doves

Sunday, January 26, 2014

VATICAN CITY (AP) - Two white doves that were released by children standing alongside Pope Francis as a peace gesture have been attacked by other birds.

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Russia has made secret archives available to Hungarian researchers

Photo: EPA

Hungarian delegation visited a Russian military archive for the first time informed the Ministry of Defence the Hungarian News Agency MTI.

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Agent provocateurs and useful idiots protest at Holborn Subway Station downtown London against Jobbik President Gábor Vona's public forum

About 100-150 protesters gathered at Holborn Subway Station downtown London trying to prevent Jobbik sympathizers to get to the forum site.

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20 Early Warning Signs That We Are Approaching A Global Economic Meltdown

Saturday, January 25, 2014

By Michael Snyder

Have you been paying attention to what has been happening in Argentina, Venezuela, Brazil, Ukraine, Turkey and China? If you are like most Americans, you have not been. Most Americans don't seem to really care too much about what is happening in the rest of the world, but they should. In major cities all over the globe right now, there is looting, violence, shortages of basic supplies, and runs on the banks. We are not at a "global crisis" stage yet, but things are getting worse with each passing day. For a while, I have felt that 2014 would turn out to be a major "turning point" for the global economy, and so far that is exactly what it is turning out to be. The following are 20 early warning signs that we are rapidly approaching a global economic meltdown...

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A Hungarian team of architects has won the international architectural design competition for Mongolian Archaeological Museum

Friday, January 24, 2014

The Hungarian team won the first prize ahead of Mongolian, Japanese, South-Korean and Chinese architect teams. The museum will be built in Ulaanbaatar national park. For the time being, the time frame of the construction of the museum is unclear. The latest news is that the Mongolian government wants to finish the project in 2016. Currently, Mongolia is undergoing major economic development that may have a major impact on the construction industry as well so we are looking for other architectural challenges in Mongolia said Junior Prima Prize-winning architect Barna D. Kovács.

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March for Hungarian independence and Hungarian-Russian friendship

Civilian organizations are planning a march on March 29 in support of Hungarian independence and Hungarian-Russian friendship.

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A new group has been formed on Facebook in support of a televised prime ministerial candidate debate

Organizers of the site are shocked to learn that just in a few days fans of the site swelled over three thousand.

Organizers believe that a live television debate is all the more necessary because campaign rules have been changed recently, they have become more stringent; therefore, voters need a clear understanding of the various candidates' position on concrete issues.

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The hysteria campaign against Vona's public forum in London escalates

Thursday, January 23, 2014

The real problem with Vona's London visit is not his imaginary antisemitism, but his pro-Islam views.

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Gyurcsany calls for culture war – Kulturkampf – against Christianity and patriotism

Self-confessed globalist agent Ferenc Gyurcsany called for a culture war on Christianity and the conservative worldview at his party gathering on Wednesday. Christian values are contrary to liberal and leftist ideals (the deceptive term 'leftist' stands for globalist) said Gyurcsany.

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Picture of the day: Satanic-looking Lenin before his death

Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Lenin AFP/RIA Novosti

Syphilis and other abhorrent diseases morphed the face of this mass murderer before his meeting with Satan.

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Hungarian Olympic Committee received terrorist threat

According to Secretary-General Bence Szabó, the Hungarian Olympic Committee has received a terrorist threat in an e-mail written in English and Russian. The threatening email calling on the Hungarian Olympic Committee better not to participate in the Olympics.

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Jews are getting hysterical about Jobbik President Gábor Vona's London visit

Tuesday, January 21, 2014

"... the arrival of Mr Vona and a fellow Jobbik MP, Sandor Porze, would be “an affront to the values we hold dear and is disturbing to the British Jewish community, as well as other minorities”.

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The attempt to steal the ancient Hungarian Rovas script has been prevented

In recent years, rogue forces specialized in falsification of history launched a disguised attempt to steal the ancient Hungarian Rovas scrip by linking it to the dead language of the Khazars.

They tried to perpetrate the fraud under the disguise of making the Rovas script available for computers under international standards.

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Home Secretary urged to ban Hungarian nationalist visit

Gabor Vona, chairman of Hungary's far-right Jobbik party, delivers a speech in Budapest last year. Credit: Reuters

The Home Secretary has been urged to stop an extreme Hungarian nationalist party from hosting a gathering in London this weekend.

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Sympathy demonstration at the Spanish embassy in Budapest in support of the new Spanish anti-abortion legislation

Monday, January 20, 2014

Hungarian anti-abortion organizations staged a sympathy demonstration at the Spanish embassy in support of the bill introduced by a group of Spanish nationalist legislators calling for the ban of abortion. Dr. Imre Téglásy the President of the Alfa Association in his speech expressed support for the pro-life bill, which aimed to tighten the abortion law in Spain.

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The globalist alliance perpetrated yet another election fraud in Nagykáta municipal by-election

The globalist alliance remained true to its predecessors, Bela Kun, Matyas Rakosi and other Bolshevik criminals by perpetrating yet another election fraud in Nagykáta municipal by-election. But even then the globalist candidate finished third. The by-election has been won by independent candidate Pál Gyüre.

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PM Viktor Orbán paid tribute to ethnic Germans deported after World War II

Sunday, January 19, 2014

The entire nation suffered irreplaceable loss sixty-eight years ago due to the deportation of ethnic Germans from Hungary says the statement issued by Prime Minister Viktor Orbán at the anniversary of the tragic event.

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The 2013 State of the Nation address by Jobbik President Gábor Vona

Over two thousand invited guests including foreign diplomats attended Jobbik President Gábor Vona's traditional state of the nation address at Sportmax Center in Buda.

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Hungary recovers from fuzzy European dreams

By Lyuba Lulko

Russian President Vladimir Putin met with Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban in Novo-Ogaryovo. Both leaders are criticized by the West for similar issues, and in some sense this makes them allies. By choosing Russia as a partner in the construction of two new nuclear power units for Paks facility Orban outlined a strategic breakthrough in his struggle against the dictatorship of Brussels.

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Russian security forces liquidates at least 7 terrorists in the capital of Dagestan

Saturday, January 18, 2014

At least seven terrorists have been liquidated by Russian security forces in Makhachkala suburb the capital of Dagestan, reported news agencies around the world.

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Supporters of American puppet Gordon Bajnai protest at Fidesz headquarters with hammer-and-sickle banners

Liberal-Bolshevik activists staged a flashmob at Fidesz Lendvai street headquarters by displaying hammer-and-sickle banners on the balcony of the building as a sign of protest against the Russian-Hungarian atomic energy deal signed during PM Viktor Orbán's visit in Moscow this week.

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Picture of the day: “Városliget” outdoor skating rink at night

Friday, January 17, 2014

“Városliget” outdoor skating rink in Budapest is one of the biggest in Central-Europe. It is especially spectacular at night.

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Documentary film about horse archer Lajos Kassai

The premier of Géza Kaszás' ducumentry film about world-famous horse archer Lajos Kassai is expected this year. The movie trailer, which has been just released provides a glimpse into Kassai's winter training camp started many years ago.

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Viktor Orban in Moscow

Thursday, January 16, 2014


There are two main reasons for the progressive development of relations between Russia and Hungary. The first is connected with tension in the relations between Budapest and Brussels. Pressure from EU leadership on Hungary has become increasingly overt over the past few years, touching on both the state sovereignty of Hungary and the sentiments of its people. It is sufficient to recall the improvisations of German politicians with regard to the need to send paramilitary units to Hungary or the proposal discussed in the European Commission to impose sanctions on Budapest for peculiarities of Hungarian national legislation which did not please Brussels.

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Street car burned out after colliding with a truck in Budapest

A street car engulfed in flames and almost completely destroyed Thursday morning in Budapest tenth District after colliding with a truck.

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Hungarian judo might lose one of its best: World championship silver medalist Anett Mészáros wants to quit judo

Two-time World Championship silver medalist and European champion judoka Anett Mészáros (26) wants to quit judo and continue her career in Mixed Martial Arts (MMA). For the time being she stopped training in judo and preparing for her new career in MMA by training with her husband.

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PM Viktor Orbán having fan by making a spade following centuries old tradition

PM Viktor Orbán attended former Slovakian President Rudolf Schuster's 80th birthday party Wednesday night. As part of the program attendees visited a smithy in Kassa where the prime minister put on traditional clothing and made a spade.

After finishing all the steps of making the spade he has received a diploma.

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Globalist parties form electoral alliance -- several criminal politicians run for office

Wednesday, January 15, 2014

Attila Mesterházy, Gordon Bajnai and Ferenc Gyurcsany hammered out a deal on Tuesday that might lead to running joint candidates in the spring general election. The three former young communists also invited liberal party leader Gábor Fodor -- a political non-entity -- to join the coalition.

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Room for Expansion of Hungarian-Russian Agrarian Relations

There is further room for expansion in Hungarian-Russian agrarian relations, which have developed dynamically recently, Minister for Rural Development Sándor Fazekas told Hungarian news agency MTI on Tuesday.

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Döme Szegedi wins gold medal at Paris Open Karate 1 Premier League series in the 67 kg category

For Hungarian karatekas the new year started real well: Döme Szegedi won gold medal at Paris Open karate series in the 67 kg category at the weekend.

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Uyghuristan, a mysterious and tortured land where Hungarians' closest relatives live

Tuesday, January 14, 2014

The homeland of Hungarians' closest relatives the Uyghurs live in Xinjiang Province, western-China. Despite China's bloody oppression of the Uyghur ethnic group, Uyghur history still keeps its secrets.

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Russia and Hungary sign agreement on construction of two power-generating units at Paks Nuclear Power Plant

An agreement on cooperation in utilizing nuclear power for civilian purposes has been signed by representatives of the two countries on Tuesday in the Russian capital.

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Picture of the day: Mighty eagle and the snake

Monday, January 13, 2014

Jadranka Roganovic's Photos via Toruk Makto

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Hungary joins the World Judo Tour with Budapest Grand Prix

The International Judo Federation and Hungarian Judo Association have finalised a three-year agreement for Budapest to host a Judo Grand Prix from 2014-2016.

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Bomb blast ripped through CIB Bank Budapest 13th district office

A remote-controlled bomb has been exploded at CIB Bank Budapest 13th district office in the early hours of Monday. The bank hasn't received any serious bomb threat before. Before the blast, the suspect told homeless people sleeping nearby to move from the area.

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New poll by Gallup: 63 percent of Hungarians are disillusioned with the European Union

Sunday, January 12, 2014

Recent survey by Gallup indicates that an increasing number of Hungarians – 63 percent – are disillusioned with the European Union; only 37 percent endorsed the globalist establishment, which is a 7 percent drop comparing to the 44 percent approval rate registered in 2008.

According to the report, the lowest satisfaction rate was registered between 2012-2013 when only 26 percent endorsed the European Union.

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