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Prime Minister Viktor Orbán explains the symbolism behind the German occupation monument

Wednesday, April 30, 2014

In a four-page letter written to art historian Katalin Dávid, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán explained the symbolism behind the German occupation monument currently under construction on "Szabadság" square.

In the letter the prime minister explained that the construction of the monument is not only the right thing to do but it is also a moral obligation of the government.

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China offsets Western sanctions against Russia

China's ambassador to Russia Li Hui said his country was opposed all sanctions against Russia, and bilateral relations were not to be affected by them.

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Picture of the day: Healthy female jaguar cub born in Győr, János Xantus zoo

Tuesday, April 29, 2014

For the first time ever a jaguar cub has been born in Győr zoo. See photos from the newborn cub's first medical checkup that she didn't like at all.

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The government doesn't represent Hungarian public opinion on sanctions against Russia

Survey results covering 11 countries have been released by the director of IpsosMORI Bobby Duffy on Twitter. It shows the opinion of 8333 global respondents from 11 countries in the age group of 16-64 on sanctions against Russia.

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Jobbik President Gábor Vona has also pushed the "land protection wheelbarrow"

The Hungarian guard launched an attention grabbing protest to draw public attention to the new land law that allows foreigners to buy arable land after May 1st when the land sale moratorium expires.

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US leaders, citizens completely detached from reality, living 'behind CNN curtain' - expert

Monday, April 28, 2014

By Ekaterina Blinova


Americans are completely detached from reality living "behind the CNN curtain," deems Max Keiser, the host of RT's 'Keiser Report.' While 95 percent of the world’s population is happily moving on, building new post-America future, Americans and their leaders appear comically out of the loop.

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PM Viktor Orbán's first foreign visit to be to Warsaw

After his re-election victory PM Viktor Orbán visits Warsaw first than Berlin on May 8; the prime minister scheduled to travel to Poland next Monday and on May 8 to Berlin, where he holds talks with German Chancellor Angela Merkel said the Prime Minister Press Officer Bertalan Havasi to MTI.

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Picture of the day: World Champion swimmer Katinka Hosszú relaxes in an ice bath in Sao Paulo, Brazil

Sunday, April 27, 2014

World and European Swimming Champion Katinka Hosszú competes in the Brazilian National Championships. She takes ice bath between races to help muscle recovery and relieve muscle soreness.

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China and Russia will build the Panama Canal's rival in Nicaragua

The Panama Canal, which is more than 100 years controlled by the United States, was built between 1904 to 1913, under the supervision of the U.S. Department of Defense. When it was finished, Panama became a protectorate of the United States.

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3D virtual tour of the Rákóczi Museum in Tekirdağ (Rodostó)

Saturday, April 26, 2014

Attention Hungarians! A wonderful 3D virtual tour of the Rákóczi Museum in Rodostó, Turkey can be reached at the following link:

http://www.tekirdag360.com/sanalsehirrehberi/rakoczinin-anilari-muzesi/

Please pass on this link as many friends and relatives as you can, so that everybody who is interested in Hungarian history and culture can see where one of Hungary's greatest statesmen Ferenc Rákóczi spent his last days in exile.

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PM Viktor Orbán visits Berlin at the invitation of German Chancellor Angela Merkel on May 8

Friday, April 25, 2014

The Prime Minister Viktor Orbán visits Berlin on May 8 at the invitation of German Chancellor Angela Merkel to discuss the unfolding Ukrainian crisis. The Hungarian prime minister last met Merkel in Brussels at the end of March.

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Eva Csernoviczki defended her title at the European Judo Championships in Montpellier

Eva Csernoviczki (HUN) defended her title in the -48kg. The semi-final against Kristina Rumyantseva (RUS) was tough and she advanced only by shido. In the final, 18-year-old Amadine Buchard (FRA) showed a lot of resistance and even took the lead by wazar-ari. Csernoviczki was able to catch up and the match went into the Golden Score. There, Buchard received a penalty after 38 seconds, giving the Hungarian the title. “I felt some pressure coming here as the champion and the semi-final was hard. The fight against the Russian took a lot of energy out of me. But overall I am very pleased with my performance”, Csernoviczki shared.

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TECHNICAL DIFFICULTIES, PLEASE STAND BY

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

DEAR READER,

DUE TO TECHNICAL PROBLEMS, THIS BLOG WON'T BE UPDATED IN THE NEXT COUPLE OF DAYS.

HAVE A NICE DAY!

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Hungarians and Rusyns want regional autonomy in Transcarpathia

Photo: RIA Novosti

Tranacarpathian Hungarians want regional autonomy in Ukraine. One of their goals is to choose their own representatives that represent their interests in the Verkhovna Rada.

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Single Cultural Space Should Be Created in Russia – Putin

RIA Novosty. Aleksey Nikolskyl

MOSCOW, April 23 (RIA Novosti) – New principles of Russia’s policy on culture should establish a single cultural space in the country, Russian President Vladimir Putin said at a meeting with his cultural adviser Vladimir Tolstoy Wednesday.

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Twenty American mercenaries have been captured by South East Ukrainian resistance fighters

If you wonder why has the Kiev regime suddenly relaunched the anti-terrorist operation in South Eastern Ukraine here is the reason.

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A homeless man was taken into custody, he worked for U.S. intelligence

Tuesday, April 22, 2014

In Kharkov, Eastern Ukraine locals reported seeing a homeless man camping near the air force university buildings on a permanent basis.

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Members of the U.S. Congress are unwilling to meet Tymoshenko

© Photo: RIA Novosti / Maksim Levin

Ukrainian presidential candidate Yulia Tymoshenko canceled her U.S. trip because members of the U.S. Congress refused to meet her. The trip was planned on April 23.

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Easter traditions in Erdély (Transylvania) and Hungary

Monday, April 21, 2014

Kalotaszentkirály, Erdély April 20, 2014 - Girls dressed in traditional costume attending Easter Sunday church service in Kalotaszentkirály Reformed Church, Kolozs County. MTI Photo: Czeglédi Zsolt

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Lovely Viktória Váradi now shines as a singer-songwriter



Besides being one of China's favorite TV faces, the lovely Viktória Váradi also working on her music career in the Asian country with a population of over a billion.

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Several thousand people attended Csíkszereda's food blessing ceremony

Sunday, April 20, 2014

Photo: Ábrahám Árpád

Several thousand people gathered in the main square of Csíkszereda Sunday morning attending the traditional blessing of the food for Easter Sunday festive breakfast. Food consecration is centuries-old tradition in Székely Land. The Easter delicacies include lamb, and egg dishes that symbolically relate to the resurrection of Christ.

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Russia forgives $10 billion of North Korea's Soviet-era debt

"A bill forgiving $10 billion dollars of North Korea's $11 billion debt to the Soviet Union has been submitted to the State Duma.

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One of Europe largest musical fountains reopenes after winter break on Margaret Island

Saturday, April 19, 2014



A synchronized water and light show accompanied with music of all varieties rebuilt and expanded last year; each hour show features a different theme offering different varieties of music performances to music lovers.

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Kiev subordinates every government decision to the IMF loans

The Communist Party of Ukraine called on the Kiev regime to disclose all information relating to the negotiations with the IMF and release the documents to the press.

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Chinese province introduces experimental Kung-fu education in elementary and secondary schools

Friday, April 18, 2014

Jiangsu province with the population of 79 million introduced Kung-fu training in the curriculum of elementary and secondary schools.

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One of the world's most unique stadiums, the Pancho Arena will be inaugurated on Monday

Thursday, April 17, 2014

The architectural masterpiece will house the Puskas Ferenc Football Academy; the sport facility can accommodate 3,900 spectators and will be inaugurated on Monday during the Puskas Suzuki Cup final.

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Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych imminent return to Ukraine is rumored

Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Ukrainian president Viktor Yanukovych said to return to Donetsk next Sunday reporting the Regnum news agency citing an anonymous source at the Polish Embassy in Ukraine.

Yanukovych's impending return to Ukraine has not yet been confirmed by official sources. However, soon after he was forced to leave Ukraine he announced that he would return to Ukraine in the near future. At that time, Yanukovych said the time hasn't been right yet meaning that the head of state was in possession of some essential information relating to the unfolding crisis in Ukraine; something will happen soon that Yanukovych knows but the West does not.

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Budapest after the aerial bombardment in the second world war and today

Elizabeth Bridge and Our Lady of Hungary Parish

Allied forces began to bomb Budapest on April 3, 1944. Due to the bombing campaign a significant part of the city was laid in ruins; to slow down the advance of the Soviet army retreating German forces blew up all Danube bridges in January, 1945.

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Chinese Prime Minister Li Keqiang congratulates PM Viktor Orbán on historic election victory

Chinese Prime Minister Li Keqiang and Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán talked one other by telephone on Wednesday said high commissioner for relations with China Peter Szijjártó.

The Chinese prime minister congratulated Viktor Orbán and the Fidesz - Christian Democratic party on victory in the parliamentary election. PM Viktor Orbán thanked his Chinese counterpart for supporting Hungarian-Chinese economic cooperation and for the decision the Chinese government has taken recently improving bilateral cooperation between the two countries.

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Bogár László: Szabadságharc és kiegyezés

A 2010-es választás másnapján Orbán Viktor már szabadságharcról beszélt, ám most egy interjújában elgondolkodtató módon világította meg a négy évvel ezelőtti történetet. Nyíltan beszélt ugyanis arról, hogy közvetlenül a 2010-es kormányalakítás után első brüsszeli útja alkalmával drámai beszélgetést folyatott a „birodalom” vezetőivel. Megpróbálta világossá tenni számukra, hogy a magyar társadalom kifosztottságának legvégső, fiziológiai határához érkezett, és egészen egyszerűen nincs tovább.

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The EU unanimously adopted a proposal to name an assembly hall in the EU parliament after late Bolshevik militiaman Gyula Horn

Tuesday, April 15, 2014


Everybody who understands a little bit about the nature of the European Union expected this outcome -- the European Union unanimously adopted a proposal to name an assembly hall in the European Parliament after late Bolshevik militiaman Gyula Horn.

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Civilians turn back an Ukrainian tank near Slavyansk



Head of the illegitimate Kiev government Oleksander Turchinov gave an ultimatum to pro-Russian rebels to disarm, the ultimatum was ignored. As a result, Kiev has begun a mobilization and sent troops to Southeastern part of the country to put down the rebellion.

The video shows how civilians turn a tank back near Slavyansk.

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The EU has no understanding what's going on in Ukraine

Decisions by the Council of the European Union on the Ukrainian situation made on April 14 shows that Brussels does not understand what's going on in the country the Russian foreign ministry said.

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Russia and China jointly dig the dollar's grave

Monday, April 14, 2014

Due to the U.S. sanctions, Russia opens links to China the country with huge foreign exchange reserves.

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Major Indian cultural event featuring Kurultaj

Sunday, April 13, 2014

Member of the Hungarian Turan Association Zoltán Sólyomfi-Nagy (wearing red costume) with a group of participants

In every three years a unique cultural event is held in India (always in a different city) aiming to introduce the world's ancient cultures to the public.

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Globalist agent Gordon Bajnai launched his European parliament election campaign

Saturday, April 12, 2014

One of the country's most vile politicians Gordon Bajnai payrolled by the Center for American Progress Action Fund launched his European parliament election campaign today.

The treasonous politician who suffered a devastating defeat the last week's Hungarian parliamentary election said to his supporters that he was campaigning for a federal Europe; not surprisingly, he supports the destruction of the national cultures of Europe and the colonization of the continent by multinational corporations.

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Petition for autonomy of Transcarpathia (Kárpátalja)

Friday, April 11, 2014

Kárpátaljaiak nyilatkozata

A kárpátaljai magyar civil szervezetek és történelmi egyházak nyilatkozata

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Hungarian and German members of the EP wants to name an Assembly Hall after militiamen Gyula Horn

Hungarian and German members of the European Parliament's (fake) socialist group would like to name an Assembly Hall in the EU parliament after former communist militiamen and Prime Minister Gyula Horn. This is despite the fact that there are ample evidences that Gyula Horn was demonstrably involved as a militiamen in the post-1956 retributions.

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Eurasian Economic Union Treaty to be signed in May - Russia's Deputy PM

Altyn Silver coins from the era of Peter the Great -- 1711

The treaty establishing the Eurasian Economic Union will be signed by the leaders of Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan in May, Russian First Deputy Prime Minister Igor Shuvalov said Thursday.

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Anita, the gypsy woman who is in love with Jobbik President Gábor Vona

Thursday, April 10, 2014

Thirty-three year old Anita lives in Enying with her two kids and her husband. The Jobbik party performed especially well in the last Sunday's parliamentary elections in this municipality.

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Hungarian government agency speaking up against the harassment of Hedvig Malina by the Slovak judiciary

Hungary's state secretariat issued a statement regarding the harassment of Hedvig Malina by the Slovak judiciary. The state agency expressed its surprise over the Slovakian judiciary's decision to continue the persecution of the young mother of two children.

Hungarian news agency MTI has been notified over the issue highlighting the fact that the Slovak government has already apologized for mishandling Hedvig Malina's case expressing regret for violating her rights during court proceedings that guaranteed in the European Convention on Human Rights.

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Atlanticists demonstrate at the German Occupation Monument construction site

Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Supporters of failed Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany and other radical Atlanticists forcibly tore down the fence of the German Occupation Monument construction site, then moved into the space allotted for the planned memorial, and recited of the "Kaddish" prayer.

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Russian Presiden Vladimir Putin wrote congratulatory letter to Viktor Orbán on election victory

The election results fully demonstrate that Viktor Orbán's policies enjoy broad support in Hungarian society writes the Russian president.

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Gypsies might have been used as instruments to defeat several Jobbik candidates in the Sunday's parliamentary election

Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Gypsies played a crucial role in defeating several Jobbik candidates in various constituencies around the country in Sunday's parliamentary election; nonetheless, the patriotic party managed to surprise experts by realizing significant gains in support receiving 21% of the popular vote, which is only 4% less than that of the globalist alliance, which fraudulently calls itself left-wing alliance.

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Supporters of independence barricaded Donetsk city hall – Photo report

Supporters of independence in Eastern Ukraine proclaimed the People's Republic of Donetsk, which is separate from Kiev. Activists barricaded the local administration building ready for armed confrontation.

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Ukraine is teetering on the verge of civil war - experts

Photo:REUTERS/Olga Ivascsenko

According to Russian intelligence sources, tanks and other armored vehicles are heading for southeastern Ukraine.

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The enemies of the nation are hysterical over a Dóra Dúró interview published by ELLE magazine

The enemies of the nation and the falsifiers of history that control the shitstream media are outraged over an interview given by Jobbik spokeswoman Dóra Dúró to ELLE magazine.

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Gazprom has announced that from now on its customers can pay with Euro and Ruble

Monday, April 7, 2014

According to forecasts, the withdrawal of the "petrodollar" from the world economy has begun. Russian energy giant Gazprom offered to its European customers that from now on they can pay for crude oil and natural gas purchases in Euro. The move deals yet another if not a final blow to the U.S. dollar's status as the world's reserve currency.

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Attila Mesterhazy the sucker – the leaders of the globalist alliance are feuding

It seems that the masterminds of the globalist's election strategy (Gyurcsany, Bajnai, Fodor) knew right from the beginning that they couldn't win the Sunday's parliamentary election.

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PM Viktor Orbán: This is a clear mandate

Voters supported the new public system, the new economic policy and the Fidesz governance said Prime Minister Viktor Orbán at an international press conference on Monday in the Parliament as evaluating the previous day's parliamentary election results. A bright future ahead of us said Orbán.

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Preliminary results show that the Fidesz party won a landslide victory in the 2014 general election

Sunday, April 6, 2014

The National Election Office has announced that all polling stations now have been closed, election results will be coming soon. Voter turnout was lower than four years ago.

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The 2014 general election runs smoothly nationwide

34.3 percent of eligible voters cast their votes in parliamentary elections on Sunday until 1 pm, according to data from the National Election Office (NVI). The turnout was the highest in Heves county 25.04 percent; the lowest turnout has been registered in Szabolcs-Szatmár-Bereg county, 19.52 percent.

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