National Policy Institute Budapest conference goes ahead as planned

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

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Radical atlanticist MEP organizing an open hearing to condemn the Hungarian government

Monday, September 29, 2014

Radical atlanticist politician Peter Niedermüller

A member of the “Gyurcsanyist” vampire syndicate MEP Peter Niedermüller organizing an open hearing in the European Parliament to condemn the Hungarian government's media policy. According to the radical atlanticist politician, all four factions of the European Parliament might be represented at the hearing. The goal is to demonstrate that media policy of EU member states belong to the European Union. “Hungary is the only EU member state that formulates its foreign and domestic policy against European values," said Niedermüller.

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Acclaimed Russian Film Director Snubs Oscar Nomination — Just In Case

A Russian film director who spent more than a decade in Hollywood has asked his colleagues not to consider his latest work for an Oscar nomination because of his disdain for U.S. cinema.

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Heritage of Scribes updated

Sunday, September 28, 2014

New version of the Heritage of Scribes - the first ever English book about the Rovas script family - has been uploaded for free.

Heritage of Scribes

The reviewed version of the book "Heritage of Scribes" deals with the latest results of the improved computational paleography in the reconstructing of grapheme evolution.

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National Policy Institute Budapest conference may be banned

Prime Minister Viktor Orbán instructed Interior Minister Sándor Pintér on Sunday to use all legal means at his disposal and prevent the US-based National Policy Institute Budapest conference from taking place; the conference is scheduled between October 3 and 5.

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Kayaker Renáta Csay won her 14th marathon gold medal in Oklahoma City

Renáta Csay defended her title in the Oklahoma City marathon canoeing world championships women's kayak race on Saturday.

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Szilvia Lubics wins 2014 Spartan ultra marathon the third time

After 2011 and 2013, Hungarian athlete Szilvia Lubics became the winner of 2014 women Spartathlon.

This year, Lubics set a new record of 26 hour 53 minute and 40 second improving the previous record by eight and a half minutes set British athlete Elizabeth Hawker in 2012.

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Aranyasszony avatás az ősidőkben

Saturday, September 27, 2014

Fennmaradt írásokból tudjuk azt, hogy az aranyasszony azt az őstudást képviselő nőtípus, aki az IstenAnya kelyhe testi valójában.

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Hungarian designed Palace of Culture complex in Shenzhen, China opens to the public tomorrow

Shenzhen city Culture, Sports and Arts Centre complex, which has been designed by Ybl prize winning architect Gábor Zoboki and his associates will open to the public in Shenzhen city, China tomorrow.

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Europe's first Ayurveda university faculty will be established at the University of Debrecen

Friday, September 26, 2014

An agreement of the establishment of Europe's first Ayurveda university faculty has been signed on Wednesday between the President of University of Debrecen (DE) and the President of Indian National Academy of Ayurveda AYUSH.

At a press-conference held after the signing ceremony, DE rector Zoltán Szilvássy told to media workers that Western medicine can't fully cope with chronic disease prevention and rehabilitation; it has no answers how to preserve the health of the people while the five thousand year-old Ayurveda science has all the answers to these questions.

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New mass graves found in South Eastern Ukraine

Thursday, September 25, 2014

© Photo: REUTERS / Marko Djurica

Rebel forces have found new mass graves in South Eastern Ukraine; the exact number graves are not yet known said Alexander Zaharchenko the Prime Minister of Donetsk Republic.

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China will never support sanctions against Moscow

Valentina Matviyenko, Speaker of the Federation Council, attending the Federation Council meeting. (RIA Novosti/Maksim Blinov)

China will never support sanctions against Moscow and will never join to those that introduced them quoted Chinese President Xi Jinping by the leader of the upper house of Russian parliament Valentina Matviyenko who met the Chinese leader on Tuesday.

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Cracks in the Visegrad Group over sanctions against Russia

The Visegrad Group that was founded in 1991 does not meet anymore the expectations of those that envisaged it as an anti-Russian military-political bloc. Instead of supporting the EU sanctions against Russia spearheading by Brussels and Warsaw Hungary, the Czech Republic and Slovakia advocating a more moderate approach of settling the Ukrainian crisis.

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Former Brussels correspondent of "Magyar Nemzet" István Lovas has been banned from the European Parliament

Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Former Brussels correspondent of "Magyar Nemzet" István Lovas (the jounalist wrote an open letter to Russian president Vladimi Putin a few days ago lobbying for Russia Today Hungarian news service) promised a bucketful of liquid stuff - symbolizing the blood of Palestinean children - to Sophie in ’t Veld, an expert of Hunarian affairs in the European Parliament.

Sophie in ’t Veld was among high ranking EU officials that remained silent during the bloody war on Palestinians by Israel writes the journalist.

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More than a thousand Brazilian university students chose Hungary to pursue their higher education each year

Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Hungary is an attractive destination for Brazilian students.

Science Without Borders Scholarship program has attracted 1,500 Brazilian students in our country so far.

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Sonja Kobrehel - rovas signature

Sonja Kobrehel uses Szekely-Hungarian Rovas in her artwork as intellectual heritage from her grand-grandfather. The strength of the cultural roots.

Sonja Kobrehel - from Vajdaság (Vojvodina) to Canada

Rovás Infó opened a section to the articles dealing with the relation of Rovas culture and arts. There, not only the rich Rovás related art of the 20-th century is introduced but attention is paid to the articrafts of the contemporary artists as well. Rovas Info asked the Hungarian origin Canadian paintor, Sonja Kobrehel:

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PM Viktor Orbán met the head of Gazprom in parliament

Monday, September 22, 2014

Prime Minister Viktor Orbán held talks with Gazprom's chief executive director Alexei Miller Monday afternoon in Budapest confirmed the Prime Minister's Press Secretary Bertalan Havasi to MTI.

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According to Russian PM Dmitry Medvedev, the West won't regain its share in the Russian market

Sanctions won't last forever said Medvedev to Rossiya 24 TV station. "These silly sanctions shall pass away and international relations continue as before, and the foreign exchange market will open again" he added.

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Hungarian journalist writes open letter to Russian President Vladimir Putin

Hungarian journalist István Lovas wrote an open letter to Russian President Vladimir Putin asking the president to help to launch Russia Today Hungarian language service to counteract biased liberal reporting on world politics in Hungary.

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The American fleet is no longer sufficient to maintain a unipolar world

Sunday, September 21, 2014

The United States Navy Submarine Forces Atlantic Commander, Admiral Michael Connor issued a warning, the Chinese and Russian navy built up capabilities allowing them to strike the United States.

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PM Viktor Orbán nominated Péter Szijjártó as Hungary's new minister of foreign affairs

Friday, September 19, 2014

This morning, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Tibor Navracsics notified President János Áder and Prime Minister Viktor Orbán that he wished to step down due to his preparation for the hearing in front of the European Parliament on the 1st of October. He was appointed to be EU commissioner for education, culture, youth and citizenship.

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Almost half of Russians believe that the world is controlled by a small scheming group

Thursday, September 18, 2014

Almost half of Russians believe that the world is controlled by a small group of oligarchs - Americans, Jews and Freemasons - according to a new survey released by VCIOM, the largest Russian public opinion research institute on Thursday.

Forty-five percent of Russians surveyed agree with the statement that there is a small clique that controls several governments around the world.

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Székely Hungarians supporting Scottish independence

Close to 25-30 people held flashmobs Tuesday night in several cities across Erdély - Marosvásárhely, Csíkszereda, Gyergyószentmiklós and Sepsiszentgyörgy - in support of Scottish independence organized by the Hungarian National Council of Transylvania (EMNT).

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Jobbik MEPs voted against the EU-Ukraine Association Agreement in the European Parliament

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

MEP Krisztina Morvai has claimed that the European Union signed an Association Agreement with a government that disregards the rights of two hundred thousand Hungarians.

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Clashes broke out between police and Right Sector activists at the Kiev Parliament on Tuesday

Close to thirty Right Sector activists tried to prevent the adoption of a law that grants wide-spread autonomy to the eastern counties of the country. The activists stormed the parliament building but the National Guard stopped them at the entrance; then, the mob pelted police officers with eggs and set tires on fire.

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Ukrainian President Petro Porosenko sacked the governor of Transcarpathia Valery Lunchenko

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Ukrainian President Petro Porosenko sacked the president of Transcarpathia Regional State Administrative Office Valery Lunchenko, native of Huszt and appointed Vasil Hubal as the temporary head of the office.

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Russian President Vladimir Putin demonstrates once again that he sticks out from the hysterical crowd

Monday, September 15, 2014

Russian president Vladimir Putin said the other day that Russia will not immediately respond to Western sanctions; our counter-measures should be analyzed first by experts and only if the measures serve the interest of the Russian economy should be implemented. Currently, the government is assessing the situation and weighing how to respond - he added.

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Saturday, September 13, 2014

By Mátyás Szabolcs

Theoretical introduction

It is a really sensitive issue to talk about gypsy crime nowadays because on the one hand officially it does not exist in Hungary, which is clearly stated by several minority leaders, politicians and researchers, on the other hand a lot of people avoid using even the word gypsy and use Romany instead. However, it is obvious for both the broader public and the laymen that gypsy crime does not mean that the whole gypsy population of Hungary leads a criminal way of life (while mentioning Italian maffia we do not relate to all Italian people as maffia people) it simply means, which has been pointed out by several researchers, that a criminal layer, who commit crimes as a way of life, can be sharply separated from the gypsy population (Tonhauser,L. 1999, Póczik, Sz. 1999).

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Globalist controlled NGOs demonstrate in Budapest against the alleged harassment of their donors by the government

Close to a thousand members of various globalist controlled NGOs attended a rally in Budapest to express their outrage over the alleged harassment of their Norwegian donor by the government.

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Former president of the HVIM László Toroczkai has been charged with attempted extortion in midst of the election campaign

Friday, September 12, 2014

Sixth District Prosecutor's Office laid attempted extortion charges against the popular mayor of Ásotthalom László Toroczkai. The basis of the charges includes an “incident” took place on March 15, 2012 when the former president of the Sixty-Four Counties Youth Movement attempted to hand over a petition to representatives of the IMF in Budapest Bank Center.

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The status of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization will change radically in world politics

Thursday, September 11, 2014

© Photo: RIA Novosti

Several new members will join the Shanghai Cooperation Organization at the September 11 summit in Dushanbe, Tajikistan -- participants also implement wide-ranging changes in the constitution of the organization.

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Jobbik would impose double penalty on corrupt politicians

Tuesday, September 9, 2014

Jobbik Budapest mayoral candidate Gábor Staudt announced at a press-conference in Budapest today that as soon as the Jobbik party gets a chance it amends the Criminal Code and introduces double penalty on politicians that abuse public office and steal public money.

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Hungary will be participating in the Golden Autumn Russian agriculture fair at the beginning of October

It is in the interests of both parties for Hungarian-Russian cooperation in agriculture to continue, the two countries’ agriculture ministers agreed at a meeting in Moscow on Monday.
During their meeting, Russian Minister of Agriculture Nikolay Fyodorov and Hungarian Minister of Agriculture Sándor Fazekas reviewed bilateral agricultural relations and came to the joint standpoint that they would like to increase trade turnover and move forward within every field of bilateral cooperation. It is in this spirit that Hungary will be participating in the Golden Autumn Russian agriculture fair at the beginning of October.

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Jobbik President Gábor Vona visited Kazakhstan

Monday, September 8, 2014

Jobbik chairman Gábor Vona attended an international conference in the Kazakh capital, Astana last week. The Jobbik chairman believes that Kazakhstan could be a strong ally of a Jobbik government.

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Ukraine is planning to build a wall along the Ukrainian-Russian border

Sunday, September 7, 2014

The rumor surfaced up the first time in early summer; apparently, the idea brainstormed by Ukrainian oligarch Igor Kolomojski. He reasoned that a fence along the Ukrainian-Russian border that might be realized from private donations, could be an effective tool of preserving the territorial integrity of the country.

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Picture of the day: Ukrainian Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin (left), US Foreign Secretary John Kerry and NATO Secratary Anders Fogh Rasmussen

Friday, September 5, 2014

All key information you always wanted to know about the Ukrainian crisis are included in this picture.


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A short film about the 2014 Kurultaj

Kurultaj organizer Zoltán Varga one of the founding members of the Hungarian Turan Foundation introducing the world's largest yurt called "Atilla's Tent."

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World Champion Archer József Mónus set six world records in three days at an archery competition in Wendover, USA.

József Mónus set six world records in Wendover, USA with his homemade bows and arrows breaking his own world records.

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In the shadow of sanctions: Japan was forced to introduced economic sanctions against Russia

Tokyo Mayor Yoichi Masuzoe explained to his Russian hosts in the Siberian city of Tomsk that Japan is perfectly dependent on the USA military and because of that it was forced to introduce sanctions against Russia.

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German expert: Sanctions against Russia are doomed to failure - they achieve the opposite effect

Thursday, September 4, 2014

Economic sanctions rarely achieve the desired effect, and centralized economies like the Russian can even benefit directly from sanctions said Dirk Ulbricht, an expert of German DIW Berlin (Deutsches Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung), in an interview with DPA news agency.

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Jobbik proposes the creation of an all Hungarian roundtable to discuss the situation of ethnic Hungarians in Transcarpathia

Wednesday, September 3, 2014

Jobbik proposes the creation of an all Hungarian roundtable to discuss the Ukrainian crisis and its effects on Transcarpathian Hungarians' lives said Jobbik President Gábor Vona at a press-conference on Tuesday.

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New military alliance on the horizon

It has become a necessity for Russia to create a new military alliance to respond relentless NATO threats; the new military alliance may include China, India and the BRICS countries said Igor Morozov a veteran intelligence officer, and a member of the Federal Commission responsible for Russian International Affairs.

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Belorussian head of state Alexander Lukashenko takes care of Ukrainian war refugees

Monday, September 1, 2014

Belorussian head of state Alexander Lukashenko issued a decree allowing refugees from Ukraine's war torn regions to use the Belorussian social safety net. As a result, refugees displaced by the war in Donetsk and Lugansk People's Republics can enjoy the same benefits as Belorussian citizens; they can have free access to the Belorussian education system and medical care; they are eligible for social benefits, like any other citizen of the country.

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You wouldn't believe it – antisemitism in Hungary increased again

Hard to believe nonetheless, it is true, antisemitism in Hungary increased again.

Conductor Adam Fischer announced the news at the Jewish Summer Festival opening ceremony in Dohány Street Synagogue in Budapest Sunday night.

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