A few dozen foreign funded agent provocateurs marching under EU flags tried to disrupt the peaceful celebration of the national holiday at “Múzeum kert” where the crowd have been waiting for the arrival of Prime Minister Viktor Orbán. As a result, a scuffle broke out among the agent provocateurs and other citizens came to hear the prime minister's speech but police separated the two sides.
Meanwhile, former Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany - the first prime minister in the post 1956 era who ordered police to shoot at protesters in 2006 – in a speech at Pilvax cafe tried to whip up anti-government sentiments without any success.
In his speech on Sunday the prime minister said although 167 year have passed since March 15, 1848 the fight for the country's sovereignty was not over; in this fight we can count only on ourselves said Viktor Orbán.
Freedom is an inalienable right of all nations including the right of each nation to chart its own future.
Kossuth and Petőfi would smile, if they heard that foreigners want to teach us freedom and democracy added the prime minister.
Regarding Europe, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán remarked that Hungary was part of Europe, and wanted to chart its future "with other European nations." He added that Europe today is full of questions, and Hungary has some answers to those questions.
Few hundred supporters of the globalist fringe parties rally at Eastern Station
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