Hundreds of nationalists remembered the 95th anniversary of the liberation of Budapest by Admiral Miklós Horthy on Sunday (Photo Report)

Monday, November 17, 2014

The commemoration march started at Kosztolányi square where the vice-President of Jobbik party Előd Novák called for the erection of an equestrian statue of Admiral Miklós Horthy at St. Gellert Square on the 100th anniversary of liberation of Budapest.

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Angela Bogaczy said...

An equestrian statue on Gellert Square for Admiral Horthy is peremptory. The 'day of outrage' rabble that littered the Parliament frontage on 17/11 actually included an insolent pipsqueak dressed in Lenin-boys gear. We must remind this bolshie scum that we are the people, and we despise them.

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