The Sixty-Four Counties Youth Movement held its traditional Trianon parade on Sunday

Monday, June 2, 2014

One of the key messages of the event was that the Trianon tragedy is not forgotten; the Hungarian nation never gives up the hope that one day justice will be served.

Founder and former head of the Sixty-Four Counties Youth Movement László Toroczkai summed up the gist of the message by saying: those who are strong today, can easily become weak tomorrow, and those who are powerless today, can prevail one day.

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Angeal Bogaczy said...

Fine, beautiful young people! May God bless them.

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