Jobbik MP Ádám Mirkóczki, who took part in the Polish Independence Day Parade the second time this year, in his parliamentary address defended the Independence Day Parade against scandalous mainstream media reports that called the marchers right wing extremists.
Among other things, Mirkóczki condemned the corporate media reports by saying that he hasn't seen extremists among the marchers; but he saw patriotic Polish citizens from all walks of life that represented the conscience of the Polish nation.
In his speech, Mirkóczki paid tribute to the thousand-year-old Polish-Hungarian friendship and all the heroes that fought for the independence of each others' countries.
The Jobbik politician also criticized the European Union and other liberal forces for aggressively promoting deviant behaviors among the general public that all decent citizens of both countries vigorously condemn.
(alfahir.hu – hungarianambiance.com)