Jobbik: The Budapest pride is a major provocation against the majority of the Hungarian population

Wednesday, July 2, 2014

Jobbik spokesman Ádam Mirkóczki called the government's decision to allow the Budapest pride to take place a disgrace at a press-conference in front of the Toldi cinema on Wednesday.

The Jobbik politician stated that Jobbik can not support these kinds of events and as soon as they get into power they will ban them; as the event is nothing more but a brazen provocation against the majority of Hungarian society, which also costs taxpayers tens of millions HUF each year.

Jobbik spokesman found shocking that 20 embassies - United States, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Denmark, United Kingdom, France, Finland, the Netherlands, Ireland, Israel, Canada, Malta, Germany, Italy, Norway, Portugal, Slovenia, Sweden, Switzerland. - threw their support behind the event and some even funded it. To them we suggest: do this in your own country and stop trying to corrupt Hungarian youth. Mirkóczki pointed out that homosexuals are not persecuted in Hungary.

In the meantime, the Jobbik politician thanked Spain, Poland, Croatia and Greece for not supporting the event. One of the biggest problems of Europe today is the demographic crisis, yet there are countries that are actively promoting gay lifestyle - said the Jobbik politician.

Replying to a question the Jobbik spokesman remarked that his party is not planning any counter-event during the weekend, but they support other groups planning to organize family oriented activities during the gay parade.

(alfahir.hu – hungarianambiance.com)

3 comments:

Ignác Nagy said...

I would point out to Mr. Mirkóczki that Spain was the third European country to legalize same-sex marriage, that Madrid's is probably Europe's most popular Pride event and that the country's most celebrated and well-known film director is famous for his movies' LGBTC themes. My guess is the only reason they are not officially supporting the Budapest event is that everyone at the embassy was taking a siesta when the email came in.

Géza said...

True, it is a brazen provocation against the majority of Hungarian society!

Angela Bogaczy said...

Ignác Nagy: ‘My guess is the only reason they are not officially supporting the Budapest event is that everyone at the embassy was taking a siesta when the email came in.’

Or perhaps they were counting their loot [‘According to MADO 2014 organizers, Madrid Gay Pride is set to bring in more than €110 million ($150 million) in extra business to the Spanish capital’] while retching from the memory of the stomach-turners they had to look upon to earn it.

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