The controlled English media started reporting on Vona's Turkey visit last year focusing on his friendly attitude towards Islam. Because of this, Vona started receiving threats indicating that his London forum will be attacked.
This tells you right away that the hatred the controlled media venting on Vona and Jobbik in general has nothing to do with antisemitism; that's only a pretext. The problem is Jobbik's pro-Islam stand; this is contrary to the artificially created division in western societies based on whipped up anti-Islam sentiments. Jobbik advocates reconciliation among all faith; this view poses a problem for behind the scene forces that run the show because the party can't be fooled into accepting the deceptive anti-Islam platform that has been created solely to divide the misled population, which is a major theme that cement most western-European nationalist parties.
On Facebook, Vona announced that he wrote to the English Embassy in Budapest and the London Police Department notifying them of the schedule of his program.
Vona also wrote to the Turkish Ambassador in England notifying the ambassador of the planned anti-Turkish and anti-Islam demonstrations staged by agent provocateurs who disguise themselves as antifascists. See the letter below.
Vona also briefed the Hungarian Embassy in London as well as the Hungarian ministry of foreign affairs of his upcoming London visit.
Meanwhile, Polish groups in London announced that they will help Hungarians if they will be attacked.
Regardless of the outcome of this scandal, there is one thing we can say for sure: Jobbik has received a major unpaid political advertisement as a gift in the middle of the election campaign thanks to the English media. Before the campaign the party couldn't have dreamt about receiving such a major support from a global actor; the European-wide unpaid political advertisement will boost the party's popularity in the upcoming general election in April big time. "The Lord works in mysterious ways." One never knows where support comes from.
We are following this story and report if there is any new development.
Letter to the Turkish Ambassador in London written by Gábor Vona.
I am writing to you as the president of Jobbik Movement for a Better Hungary, a political party present in both the Hungarian National Assembly and the European Parliament.
I myself am a great friend of Turkey. Few months ago I was invited to a number of Turkish state universities, where I held a series of extremely successful lectures and presentations expressing my standpoint on Hungarian-Turkish relations, and the broader topic of the relationship between the Turkish nation and Europe, as well as Christianity and Islam.
As you may have heard this weekend I am presenting our election program for Hungarian citizens living and working in London in light of our national elections scheduled for the 6th of April. My visit has caused turmoil as some politically motivated forces have tried to distort the true nature of my visit.
The English press has already quoted my pro-Islam and pro-Turkey statements and I have received messages of threats that were attacking me for these views. I am concerned that the hysteria against me and the acts of the so-called "anti-fascist" demonstrators may take an anti-Islam and anti-Turkey turn, of which concerns I am hereby informing Your Excellency.
Furthermore, I would like to emphasize that we oppose and reject any anti-Islamic or anti-Turkish attitudes.
I wish you the very best and avail myself of this opportunity to express to Your Excellency the assurances of my highest consideration.
President of Jobbik
Leader of Parliamentary Group
(alfahir.hu – kuruc.info – hungarianambiance.com)