Among others things the the Rabbi writes: The party you represent wants to compile Jews, which would include yourself, the same way your party's intellectual forerunners did to your ancestors.
You are a member of a party whose members praise books such as The Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion, Mein Kampf, and the works of Ferenc Szálasi, while using your 'origin' as a shield.
Péter Jakab reply
In the letter your wrote to me you said you worried about me, but in fact the letter indicates you rather worried about the deceptive ideology you represent, which is collapsing in front of our eyes: Jobbik is not an anti-Semitic party! In fact, Jobbik is the only party that doesn't divide people on the basis of their origin, but on the basis of their contribution to the common good. We are the only political party that does not grant privileges to people on the basis of their skin color. We represent genuine equality when we say the law applies equally to everyone, regardless of the individuals' ethnic background.
You live far away from the numbered streets of Miskolc that's why you accuse Jobbik of wanting to chase the poor out of the city. You are wrong. Jobbik wants to turn uncivilized people into civilized citizens. Those who are not partners in this endeavor have no place in our city - you can adopt these people if you want to learn more about their inherent "values".
You say Jobbik wants to compile Jews including myself. You are wrong, many times over. I'm Hungarian and a Hungarian citizen. Jobbik doesn't want to compile Jews, but dual citizens after all a representative can't serve two homelands. You should know this better because this is also the rule in the Israeli Knesset.
Jobbik condemns the principle of collective guilt including Jewish claims that the Hungarian nation as a whole is to be blamed for the Jewish Holocaust; you want our compatriots to be punished for crimes they have never committed, because they didn't even live at a time when those crimes were perpetrated. My great-grandfather wasn't killed by the Hungarian nation, but certain individuals.
I have been a member of Jobbik for many years and I know that this is the only party that can bring a brighter future to the country. And in this future, has place for any decent citizen irrespective of his origin.
Let me suggest something to you as a Hungarian citizen with Jewish background; the time is right for Hungarian Jews, and in particular the leaders of the Hungarian Jewish community to reflect upon their relations to the Hungarian nation. Instead of the incessant accusations, self-pity and contempt of Hungarians it would be better to start contemplating how is it possible that Hungarian Jews support almost exclusively the left-liberal ideology that is subverting Hungarian national interests and values. If the leaders of the Hungarian Jewish community come to the point of raising this question that would be a major step forward towards reconciliation.
I agree with you in one thing: every person is responsible only for his/her own deeds. Therefore, if your claims are motivated by moral considerations and not financial gains you should also agree with me in this: there is no room for double standards when assessing collective responsibility. The Hungarian nation owes nothing to the Jews, neither sense of guilt nor financial compensation. If you do not think so, then I am the one who start worrying about ordinary Hungarians and as a Hungarian for all Hungarians.
(alfahir.hu – hungarianambiance.com)