Western Looting Of Ukraine Has Begun

Monday, March 31, 2014

Paul Craig Roberts

It is now apparent that the “Maiden protests” in Kiev were in actuality a Washington organized coup against the elected democratic government. The purpose of the coup is to put NATO military bases on Ukraine’s border with Russia and to impose an IMF austerity program that serves as cover for Western financial interests to loot the country. The sincere idealistic protesters who took to the streets without being paid were the gullible dupes of the plot to destroy their country.

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China supports Russia on the Crimean issue

Russian and Chinese special forces

While the West tries to isolate Russia in international affairs, China has expressed its full support to the Russian position on the Crimean issue. Moscow and Beijing are currently discussing the possibility of setting up a joint military - police force, which can easily change the balance of power in international relations.

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Russia has no plans to establish permanent military bases abroad

Sunday, March 30, 2014

In an interview with Rossiya 1 TV, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov denied rumors suggesting that Russia wants to establish military bases abroad.

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Can the globalist alliance (Gyurcsany, Bajnai, Mesterhazy) win the April 6 general election

Leading political expert Juan "El-Risitas" Joya explains what are the chances of the globalist alliance to win the April 6 general election (Hungarian subtitled).

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Jobbik campaign video

Saturday, March 29, 2014

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Huge crowd at Fidesz campaign rally at Heroes' Square in Budapest (Photo report)

Close to half a million people attended Fidesz campaign rally at Heroes' Square in Budapest where Prime Minister Viktor Orbán appealed to voters to give him four more years in April 6 general election.

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Video – The Socialist party's new ad campaign

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Approximately, three hundred people demanded autonomy for Transcarpathia at the ministry of foreign affairs

Approximately, three hundred people demonstrated at the Hungarian foreign ministry Friday night demanding autonomy for Transcarpathia (Kárpátalja).

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Russia’s secret weapon: crashing US economy by collapsing petrodollar

Friday, March 28, 2014

By Igor Siletsky

© Photo: Voice of Russia

Russia can collapse the United States, prominent US trader Jim Sinclair believes. The economist, famous for his forecasts, explains that the strength of the dollar is based on the US agreement with Saudi Arabia that all contracts for fuel deliveries be in the US dollars. Now, Moscow can collapse the petrodollar in one moment. The slapping of sanctions on Russia is tantamount to a shot in the foot. The expert explains that the only true value in the world today is the petrodollar. But Russia can collapse it by demanding Euros or Yuan for its oil.

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The knight Putin and the mad dragon of the West

Thursday, March 27, 2014

Vladimir Putin looks nowadays like a quiet knight who knows not exactly how to deal with a mad dragon. It is obvious that for western generals and commentators, history is always a story told by an idiot, full of sound and fury and signifying nothing. Since 1854 (first war of Crimea, again against Russia) and 1865 (American civil war) the enigmatic, plutocratic and democratic west regularly needs cruel, local and world wars in order to comfort the power of the banksters. Like Mammon or Moloch the West needs human sacrifices: since 1913 the West is never Fed up! Anywhere a war to earn money! No alibi for Libya!

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Hungary raised the case of Előd Tóásó at the UN Human Rights Council

On March 26, the United Nations Human Rights Council, among others, discussed the annual report on Bolivia prepared by the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights.

At the meeting, on behalf of the Hungarian government, András Dékány, Hungary’s UN Ambassador in Geneva, referred to the case of a Hungarian citizen, Előd Tóásó, arbitrarily detained in Bolivia.

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Bálint NatáLia: Ez a hazánk (This is our home)

Új dallal jelentkezett Bálint NatáLia, aki mint írja: "Tisztelgek ezzel a szerzeményemmel Wass Albert emléke, a magyar hegyek, az egyetlen magyar hazám előtt."

New song by NatáLia Bálint: "I wish to pay tribute to the memory of Albert Wass, as well as to the Hungarian mountains and to my homeland with this song".

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Demonstration calling for referendum on the sovereignty of Transcarpathia (Kárpátalja)

A demonstration will be held on Friday at 6 pm. at the ministry of foreign affairs in Budapest to demand sovereignty for Transcarpatia (Kárpátalja).

The international law guarantees the right to self-determination to the more than 150 thousand ethnic Hungarians and nearly a million Rusyns living in Transcarpathia writes Jobbik MP Tamás Gaudi-Nagy.

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MEP Béla Kovács: After the EU parliament elections in May sanctions against Russia most likely will be withdrawn

Wednesday, March 26, 2014

After the May EU parliament elections sanctions against Russia, which have been put in place by the EU due to developments in Crimea, most likely will be withdrawn said Hungarian MEP Béla Kovács in Moscow to the the Itar - Tass Russian state news agency on Wednesday.

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Prime Minister Viktor Orbán met the vice-President of the Hungarian Cultural Federation in Transcarpathia László Brenzovics

MTI Photo: Prime Minister's Press Office / Botár Gergely

Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, met the vice-President of the Hungarian Cultural Federation in Transcarpathia (KMKSZ) László Brenzovics in the parliament in Budapest on Wednesday; the meeting also attended by Foreign Minister János Martonyi.

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Picture of the day: Brazilian Football Legend Pele arrived in Hungary for a 24-hour visit

MTI Photo: Tibor Elias

The photo shows three-time world champion footballer Pele in Budaőrs Tesco store where he officially launched a range of brand name sporting goods sold under his name.


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Jobbik Member of the European Parliament Béla Kovács temporarily closes his Beregszász office

Jobbik Member of the European Parliament Béla Kovács wrote a letter to the Hungarian community in Transcarpathia informing them of the temporarily closure of his Beregszász office. This move aims to prevent agent provocateurs from targeting the the Beregszász Reformed Church and the Calvin college that located in the same building.

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Hungarian envoy pays respects at Hezbollah monument as 'jihad tourist'

Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Budapest's envoy "expressed his admiration at Hezbollah’s great achievement for Lebanon."

The Hungarian ambassador to Lebanon paid respects at a Hezbollah monument while on a "jihad tour."

The ambassador visited the site in south Lebanon and "expressed his admiration at Hezbollah's great achievement for Lebanon, at liberating the land and the people," Hezbollah's Al-Manar TV reported on February 28 according to a transcript provided by MEMRI (the Middle East Media Research Institute).

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Kayaker Katalin Kovács trains even while pregnant

Multiple world and Olympic champion kayaker Katalin Kovács (38) who is expecting her first child in June, trains even during her pregnancy.

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Russia and Argentina are ready to sign an agreement on establishing a Russian military base in the South-American country

While the west was preoccupied with the Ukrainian political crisis and the annexation of Crimea by Russia, Argentina and Russia worked out an agreement on establishing a Russian military base in the South-American country.

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The winner of the first Miss Felvidék pageant is Katalin Vasmera

Monday, March 24, 2014

The winner of the first Miss Felvidék pageant ever is twenty-two year-old Katalin Vasmera, a student of the Comenius University in Pozsony.

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PM Viktor Orbán: The Arab-Hungarian business forum was a resounding success

The Arab-Hungarian business forum was a resounding success, which will result significant business cooperation between Hungary and Saudi Arabia said Prime Minister Viktor Orbán in Riyadh on Monday.

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The sixth Russian Ball was held in Budapest on March 8, 2014 in the spirit of Women's Day, at the InterContinental Budapest Hotel Ballroom

Sunday, March 23, 2014

The ball was held five times before and proved to be Budapest's most elegant Russian event of the year. The main sponsor of the prestigious event was Sberbank Hungary Ltd.

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Vona would welcome even extraterrestrials if they obey the law

Jobbik will score a "big surprise" in the upcoming general election in April said Jobbik President Gábor Vona in a public forum held in Karcag on Sunday. If Jobbik wins the election it will demonstrate how to save the country step by step and return it to the Hungarian people.

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Tourism has a major role to play in Hungarian-Russian economic relations

With nearly 180 passengers on board, the first scheduled Russian fight touched down at Sármellék Airport near Lake Balaton. The Russian carrier flies air-passengers between Moscow and Hévíz-Balaton Airport once a week.

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Campaign video of the globalist alliance calling on young people to stay away from the general election

Warning: Please, don't eat before watching this satanic filth otherwise, you might throw up.


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Picture of the day: Spring is in full swing in Hungary

Saturday, March 22, 2014

In the city of Debrecen the trees are blooming as the temperature hits 20 degree Celsius

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PM Viktor Orbán will travel to Saudi Arabia on Sunday

Prime Minister Viktor Orbán will travel to Saudi Arabia on Sunday where he attends the second Hungarian-Arab Economic Forum. He also will hold talks with Saudi government officials and the head of the Gulf Cooperation Council Secretary General said the Prime Minister's Press Office Bertalan Havasi on Saturday.

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Ninety-five years ago today the first Soviet Republic (Tanácsköztársaság) was set up in Hungary

Friday, March 21, 2014

Ninety-five years ago today, on March 21, 1919 Bolshevik hordes unleashed a 133-day murderous rampage in the country by establishing the first Soviet Republic (Tanácsköztársaság) and perpetrating one of the most hideous crimes in the nation's history. On this day 95 years ago, Satanic hordes launched a brutally cruel and bloody war against the nation. The massacres that are perpetrated by the Bolshevik monsters (Lenin Boys) filled the whole country with fear and terror.

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US to hold military drills in Poland, Czech Republic, Hungary, Slovakia, Romania, Bulgaria, Baltics - reports

The United States is preparing military exercises in Poland that could involve Poland, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Slovakia, Romania, Bulgaria and the Baltics, the US ambassador to Poland was quoted as saying on Friday.

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PM Viktor Orbán discussed the Ukrainean situation with German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Brussels

Thursday, March 20, 2014

Photo: Burger Barna / Miniszterelnöki Sajtóiroda

Prime Minister Viktor Orbán and German Chancellor Angela Merkel held talks Thursday night during the European Council meeting in Brussels said Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs and Foreign Economic Relations Peter Szijjártó to MTI.

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Cracks in the EU's common policy of sanctions against Russia

Photo: EPA

Sofia won't support economic sanctions against Russia said Bulgarian Prime Minister Plamen Oresharski after arriving the EU summit in Brussels today.

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An incredible 3D model of a historical painting

Budavár visszavétele 3D from ekho on Vimeo.

Gyula Benczúr 1896 historical composition "The Liberation of Buda" modeled in full 3D. All characters are modeled off and repainted as needed.

A step by step explanation how the artwork was made can be found at


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Great opportunities in poppy seed production in Hungary

Hungary can become once again a major industrial poppy seed producer. Developing its own production capacity poppy seed production might earn up to HUF 20 billion in revenue per year and can provide opportunities for tens of thousands of households to grow poppy in their gardens and backyards to supplement their income - said Medicinal Plants Research Institute Executive Director Péter József Pallós said to MTI.

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Spring Equinox Celebrations Welcome Light and Renewal

In ancient times, one of the most joyous days of the year was the spring equinox on March 20-21. This day is celebrated all over the world under different names but among the horse people of the steppes the spring renewal was one of the most celebrated holidays of the year. According to folk tradition, the winter and summer solstices and the fall and spring equinoxes have dominant energies, often life-changing powers are attached to this day.

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National Foreign Language Library opened Chinese section

Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Close to three hundred volumes of Chinese books and publications about China including language and art books are part of the special collections that made available to the public in the National Foreign Language Library in Budapest.

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Gül Baba Memorial Day in Budapest

Conversations, guided tours and concerts will be held as part of Gül Baba Memorial Day in Budapest on March 21 organized by the Yunus Emre Turkish Cultural Center and the Hungarian National Commission for UNESCO jointly.

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Argentina's president Cristina Fernández de Kirchner criticizes western leaders for their double standards policies on Crimea

Cristina Fernández de Kirchner pointed out that the the UN Charter enshrines the right of all people to determine their own future.

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Treaty to accept Crimea, Sevastopol to Russian Federation signed

Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Russia and Crimea have signed treaty of accession of the Republic of Crimea and Sevastopol in the Russian Federation following President Putin’s address to the Parliament.

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The putschist Ukrainian regime wants to close Jobbik MEP Béla Kovács' Beregszász office

Jobbik MEP Béla Kovács' Beregszasz office was symbolically sealed by pro-government activists because according to them, the office functions as a "hotbed of separatism".

It seems that Western backed Ukrainian officials, whose first step was after coming to power to outlaw the minority language law, can't forgive the Jobbik politician for supporting the Crimean referendum.

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Picture of the day: A view of Madison square New York City in 1900

Monday, March 17, 2014

Digitally-colored photo depicts Madison square New York City in 1900 when the big apple was still a livable metropolis.

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Two Jobbik MPs, István Szavay and György Gyula Zagyva, are on the list of undesirables banned from entering Romania

István Szavay and György Gyula Zagyva

Four Hungarian citizens - including two Jobbik MPs István Szavay and György Gyula Zagyva - as well as the head of "Betyársereg" Zsolt Tyirityán and New Hungarian Guard member Béla Mikola have been accused with "extreme nationalist activities" and declared undesirables in Romania.

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Crimea applied to become part of Russia following referendum

The Crimean parliament declared the region’s independence from Ukraine Monday and formally applied to become part of Russia after a referendum on Sunday.

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Jobbik MEP Béla Kovács: The Crimean referendum is perfectly legitimate

Sunday, March 16, 2014

Jobbik MEP Béla Kovács who is currently in Crimea as a member of an international observers delegation to monitor the Sunday's referendum on the status of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea said "This referendum is perfectly legal. In democracy people have the right to determine their future".

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Hun-Scythian origin of Hungarians

Hun-Scythian family

The issue of the Hun origin and the "Hun-Hungarian identity," or the awareness of a close relationship between Hungarians and Huns were so natural between the XI- XVI centuries that foreigners called Hungarians Huns. Medieval historians among them chronicler of King Bela III, Antonio Bonfini wholeheartedly believed in the Hun-Hungarian kinship.

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Yatsenyuk takes Scythian gold to the U.S. as money-back guarantee

According to the Voice of Russia, Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk secretly took Scythian gold to the U.S. This sensational news was circulated through social networks by Director of Moscow’s Lev Gumilev Centre Pavel Zarifullin.

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1848 Revolution Memorial Day - March 15, 2014 – Photo report

Saturday, March 15, 2014

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Royal Tokaji has been voted world's top twenty most admired wines

World’s Most Admired Wine Brands is a comprehensive industry poll of the world's best-regarded wine.

This year, Drinks International collated votes from more than 200 wine professionals, including Masters of Wine, consultants, wine writers, retailers, educators, buyers and analysts.

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Google pays tribute to the 1848 Hungarian revolution with a specially designed logo

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Romania started criminal proceedings against Jobbik President Gábor Vona

Romania banned several Hungarian citizens from entering the country on the ground that these individuals (members of Jobbik, the Sixty-four Counties Youth Movement, the "Betyársereg" and the New Hungarian Guard) were involved in "extremist activities" in the territory of Romania during the Székely Freedom Day rally in Marosvásárhely on Monday reads the statement issued by the Interior Ministry of Romania on Friday.

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The Russian Federation has the right to defend its countrymen in Ukraine

Friday, March 14, 2014

Photo: EPA

Kiev authorities do not control the situation in the country, therefore, the Russian Federation reserves the right to defend Russian nationals in Ukraine - said Russian Foreign Ministry officials on Friday referring to the March 13 events in Donetsk.

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The globalist alliance is desperate: Agent provocateurs vandalizing Jobbik offices and election posters

Thursday, March 13, 2014

Unknown Liberal-Bolshevik agent provocateurs (most probably paid agents of the Gyurcsany, Bajnai, Mesterhazy gang) painted swastikas on Jobbik downtown office's door Tuesday night and no doubt, the same perpetrators damaging the Jobbik party's election posters as well.

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Picture of the day: Gypsies demolished a newly renovated house within a week

Wednesday, March 12, 2014

The incredible act of vandalism took place in Átány and documented by Jobbik MP Gyula Zagyva. A Gypsy family, without the knowledge of the owner, occupied a vacant house in Átány, which was in excellent condition when the family moved in. A week later when police evicted them this is what's left.

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Chechen leader warns residents of Crimea that the west wants to destabilize their country by deploying wahabi terrorists

Head of the Chechen Republic Ramzan Kadirov

Chechen leader Ramzan Kadirov warned in an interview that wahabi terrorist cells are already in Crimea, ready for action.

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Masked men set the Hungarian conquest memorial on fire in Transcarpathia, Ukraine

Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Two masked men poured flammable liquid over the Hungarian conquest memorial at Verecke Pass Monday evening then set it on fire.

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János Zuschlag: Former Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany is a real jerk

János Zuschlag, a former ally and confidant of Ferenc Gyurcsany revealed a great deal of information about his former boss and the socialist crime network in a candid interview with “Napi Gazdaság”.

Former member of the Socialist party and member of parliament János Zuschlag was arrested in 2007 and sentenced to 6 years in prison for running a crime network within the socialist party covering all sorts of criminal activities including bribery, extortion, cronyism, nepotism, and so on and so forth.

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More than 20 thousand people rallied in Marosvásárhely to celebrate Székely Freedom Day and demand autonomy for Székely Hungarians

Monday, March 10, 2014

Participants came from all over Erdély, Hungary and other parts of Europe with buses and cars to take part in the rally organized by the Székely National Council.

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