Zsolt Bayer, László Bogár: LIBERAL DEMOCRACY IS A DICTATORSHIP! 2016. 01.28

Sunday, January 31, 2016

Another episode of Háttér-kép on Echo TV, with Zsolt Bayer, Dr. László Bogár, and Imre Boros. This time discussing various current events in Europe. Denmark, Sweden, and the Netherlands. Also musing on the future of Europe.

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Picture of the day: 20th Csángó Ball kicked off in Budapest

Moldavian Csángó performer preparing for wedding dance at 20th Csángó Ball in Syma conference center in Budapest. January 30, 2016. Photo: Bea Kallos / MTI

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Putin still sympathizes with communist ideas, which are in tune with the Bible

Saturday, January 30, 2016

The ideas of communism are based on equality, brotherhood and happiness for all but unfortunately, so far nobody managed to put these ideas into practice said the Russian president.

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Migration is the number one public security issue

Friday, January 29, 2016

Photo: Szilárd Koszticsák/MTI

Following talks with Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borissov in Sofia on Friday, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said that a new situation has been established in the European Union: migration has become the number one public security issue.

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Chinese travel music album by Miklós Both

The album was premiered at Festival Café Budapest Millenáris Theatre in 2014 by Both, the Folkside band and Chinese guest artists whom Both befriended while criss-crossing China.

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Three-time Spartathlon winner Szilvia Lubics presented with the Award of the Hungarian Medal of Honour by PM Viktor Orbán

Thursday, January 28, 2016

“The public was not only amazed at the news of the almost transcendent performances in competition by Szilvia Lubics, but also because of something seen extremely rarely: harmony between sport, family, and profession.

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Prime Minister Viktor Orbán to hold talks in Sofia, Jakarta, Prague, Moscow and Brussels in the coming weeks

Prime Minister Viktor Orbán will have a busy international schedule in the coming weeks: on Friday, he will hold talks with the Prime Minister of Bulgaria in Sofia, and in the first few days of February, he will travel to Jakarta to discuss economic, educational and cultural relations with President of Indonesia Joko Widodo.

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The US pressured the Hungarian government to abandon the plan to erect a Hóman statue in Székesfehérvár

Marking Holocaust remembrance, Obama said the US forced the Hungarian government to abandon the idea of erecting a statue of an anti-semitic leader.

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“You tweet too much” about refugees, the Dutch are told by police

By Dan Alexe
Contributing Editor, New Europe

Dutch police have been visiting the homes of people critical of asylum centres on Twitter, urging them to delete posts.

It was thus on a Monday, in the town of Sliedrecht, that Mark Jongeneel (28) got a very disturbing phone call. His mother was on the line, worried that two policemen were looking for him, but would not say why. As Jongeneel told the Dutch daily NRC Handelsblad, the police came to his office and told him: “You tweet too much. We have orders to ask you to watch your tone. Your tweets may seem seditious.”

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Slovenia might introduce legislation forcing migrants to pay for their transportation and care

For the time being Slovenia is not forcing migrants to pay for the cost of transportation and their care, but this may change if the influx of migrants won't subside soon told Slovenian State Secretary of the Ministry of Interior Bostjan Sefic to a public radio magazine.

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Picture of the day: Fog in Budapest

Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Városliget lake, Budapest. 2016. January 26, 2016. Photo: Balogh Zoltán / MTI

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Lavrov: Ukraine violates the rights of ethnic Hungarians in Transcarpathia

Russia's Minister of Foreign Affairs Sergei Lavrov held a press conference in Moscow on January 26 and among other things, he said Ukraine violated the rights of ethnic Hungarians in Transcarpathia.

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Picture of the day: Fighting buzzards

Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Buzzards (Buteo buteo) fighting over food at Pacsmag Lakes, Tolna county. January 21, 2016. Photo: Attila Kovács / MTI

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Police officers flee angry mob in Swedish refugee center through back door

© Stephen Lam / Reuters

A police patrol of 10 officers was forced to flee a refugee center in Sweden after being surrounded by a mob of violent migrants. Law enforcement officials had arrived to relocate a 10-year-old boy after reports of his repeated rape at the facility.

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“A LOVASÍJÁSZ” featuring legendary horse-archer Lajos Kassai was premiered on January 21

The film has a potential to became the first blockbuster movie of 2016; positive reviews from critics and moviegoers suggest that the film has all the elements to become an international success.

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A Japanese man applied for political asylum in Moldova

Sunday, January 24, 2016

Japanese citizen Hokudsima Hiroshi applied for political asylum in Moldova. He argued that Japan was unlivable because it was infected with the spirit of American capitalism and technology.

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Demand for Lada passenger cars exceeding all expectations

Saturday, January 23, 2016

Russian made Lada passenger cars went on sale on December 17, 2015 and customer demand exceeding all expectations.

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László Toroczkai filed criminal complaint against several migrant-assisting organizations

Ásotthalom Mayor László Toroczkai wants to clarify the status of migrant-assisting organizations and their activities. The mayor called on the National Security Committee of the Parliament to investigate the group's finances and ban them from carrying out propaganda activities in schools and other public institutions.

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Hungarian Women's Water Polo team wins gold medal at European Championship in Belgrade

Friday, January 22, 2016

The Hungarian team celebrating its gold medal after defeating Netherlands 9-7 in the semi-final, earning Olympic quota. January 22, 2016. Photo: Koszticsák Szilárd / MTI

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Hungarian engineers developed a unique drone launcher that can be mounted on any vehicle

The ingenious device is very mobile and can be deployed easily by one person if needs be.

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Austria’s decision is a victory for common sense

Prime Minister Viktor Orbán thinks that the fact that Austria has announced that it will restrict the number of asylum seekers is a victory for common sense. In an interview on Kossuth Rádió on Friday the Prime Minister also said that the Government is already working on the 2017 budget.

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Taekwondoka Ivett Gonda retires from active competition reported that taekwondoka Ivett Gonda retired from active competition after the Rio Olympic qualification competition in Istanbul last weekend.

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Kazakhstan Philharmonic Chamber Choir singing Hungarian folk song “Tavaszi szél vizet áraszt. . .”

Thursday, January 21, 2016

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Court ordered Ásotthalom Mayor László Toroczkai to pay HUF 400 thousand for comments he has no control over

Wednesday, January 20, 2016

"Today I was convicted by Szeged Court of Appeals for readers' comments I have no control over. I'm tired of being used by the system to set a precedent because as far as I know this was the first such decision in Hungary's judicial history" write Toroczkai on Facebook.

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"Rovás" squad in action

Enthusiastic students formed "Rovás" squads in Csíkdánfalva, Erdély to promote the ancient Székely-Hungarian "Rovás" script, the priceless heritage of our ancestors.

The first "Rovó" squadron was formed in 2012, by Professor Péter Zoltán.

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Orthodox believers celebrate Epiphany by plunging into icy waters

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Whenever Hungary was invaded, suffering followed

Tuesday, January 19, 2016

At a commemoration service held in Budaörs on Tuesday, on the day of remembrance for ethnic Germans rounded up and deported from Hungary, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said that whenever Hungary was invaded – whether from the West or the East – suffering followed on an unimaginable scale.

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Hungarian breeding and racing horse deliveries start in China

After nearly one year of preparation, the delivery of Hungarian breeding and racing horses begin in China in early February announced the ministry of agriculture.

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PM Viktor Orbán visits Moscow in February

Apparently, the visit has been initiated by the Russian side. The Russian president and the prime minister will probably, discuss the planned construction of two new nuclear blocks in Paks power plant by Russia's Rosatom and the possible purchase of Russian made helicopters by the Hungarian armed forces.

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Márton Gyöngyösi: Release evidence proving which political parties are supported by the Russians!

Monday, January 18, 2016

Jobbik was pleased to learn that the US Congress had instructed James Clapper, the head of US intelligence agency, to conduct an investigation into the Russian financial support for political parties in the European Union write Jobbik Foreign Critic Márton Gyöngyösi in a statement released today.

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Government Spokesman Zoltán Kovács: Hungary doesn't take back a single migrant from other countries

Government spokesman Zoltán Kovács said Hungary doesn't take back a single migrant from other countries. These people "didn't parachute in Hungary," but they have come to our country and the European Union by crossing several other state borders.

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Karateka Csenge Szepesi gold medal winning fight at 2015 Tokyo Kyokushin Karate World Championship (Video)

Sunday, January 17, 2016

The final starts at (7:33:00). The announcement of results starts at (8:50:00).

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Picture of the day: Halo Phenomenon

Halo appears around the moon in Salgótarján. The ring-shaped light phenomenon has been caused by light reflected and refracted by ice crystals in the clouds. January 17, 2016. Photo: Peter Komka / MTI

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Caricature of the day: The more people want to join the E.U., the more people want to leave it.

The New York Times

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The government playing with the idea of restoring mandatory conscription

Fidesz Faction Leader Lajos Kósa confirmed to RTL TV, that the government is indeed playing with the idea of restoring mandatory conscription; but the politician also stressed that in the current situation forming a National Guard would be a better solution.

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Fifth column activists staged a protest at the Polish Embassy in Budapest against the new Polish government's policies

Saturday, January 16, 2016

About 80 fifth column activists, homosexuals, lesbians, transgender activists (many of them probably paid for their participation) and other weirdos staged a protest against the new Polish government's policies at the Polish Embassy in Budapest on Saturday.

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Victim of Marosvásárhely anti-Hungarian pogrom Pál Cseresznyés passed away at age 75

One of the victims of the anti-Hungarian Marosvásárhely pogrom Pál Cseresznyés has died at age 75. Cseresznyés was sentenced by a Romanian kangaroo court to 17 years in prison on fabricated attempted murder charges. He was accused of kicking a Romanian chauvinist who attacked the peaceful March 15th national holiday celebration in Marosvásárhely in 1990 as a result of a malicious anti-Hungarian hate-campaign by Romanian authorities.

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Picture of the day: Beautiful winter landscapes – Miskolc

Friday, January 15, 2016

Snowy trees near Lillafüred Palace Hotel. January 15, 2016. Photo: Kaszás Tamás / MTI

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Aniko Gulyas Brings Hungarian Kürtős Cakes to Sarasota

By Megan McDonald
January 1, 2016

Aniko Gulyas recreates a beloved childhood pastry.

Sweet nostalgia After Aniko Gulyas moved to Sarasota 11 years ago, she missed the flavors of her native Hungary—particularly kürtős cakes, a sweet pastry that’s twisted around a pin, baked in a special oven at high heat, and often sold at fairs and festivals. “It was my favorite pastry,” she explains. “My favorite days were when there was a fair in town.” After she had her 4-year-old twins, she wanted to teach them about her heritage, so she began making the cakes at home. In August, Gulyas decided to take the next step and start her business, Kürtős Inc. Now she sells to local restaurants, like Sunnyside Café and Geier’s, and participates in markets like Sample Sarasota, Local Evolution and Gulf Gate’s First Friday.

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Former President of the British National Party Nick Griffin suggests forming small colonies in eastern-Europe to survive the coming civil war in western-Europe

Thursday, January 14, 2016

According to the Former President of the British National Party Nick Griffin the Islamic State foments civil wars in Western Europe in the next few years; therefore, citizens of western-European countries won't have any choice but to move eastward - Hungary, Poland or Russia - if they want to survive the coming calamities as cultural Marxists and Liberals are determined to destroy Western societies.

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The town of Ásotthalom, which was invaded by illegal immigrants during the summer unveiled a statue of Archangel Gabriel

Wednesday, January 13, 2016

A statue of Archangel Gabriel was unveiled in Ásotthalom by the Mayor of the Town László Toroczkai and sculptor Klára Tóbias. The monument stands as a symbol of divine power that helped the town during the difficult times of the summer of 2015 when Ásotthalom was invaded by illegal immigrants.

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FM Péter Szijjártó re-opens the Hungarian Consulate General in Ho Chi Minh City

Consul General Tibor Balogdi, Hungarian Ambassador to Vietnam Csaba Őry, Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó, Vice President of the Municipal People's Committee Nguyen Thi Thu and Honorary Consul Do Van Thanh re-open the Hungarian Consulate General in Ho Chi Minh City on January 13, 2016. MTI Photo: KKM/Kovács Márton

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Activists call for American Indian genocide monument near Moscow US embassy

The U.S. Embassy in Moscow. © Iliya Pitalev / Sputnik

Russian activists are requesting permission to install a monument near the US embassy in Moscow dedicated to the genocide of American Indians. A member of the Russian Public Chamber says the move could soon get official support.

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National Security Expert László Földi: Hungary got a break but the situation can change quickly

Due to the construction of the border fence on Hungary's southern borders our country got a break and won a battle, but the war is not yet won. It can't be ruled out that the forces of chaos who made their temporary headquarters in western-Europe might expand to Hungary at some later time Hungarian expert László Földi warned.

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Czech media: Kaczynski and Orbán can save the EU from disintegration

Tuesday, January 12, 2016

Poland and Hungary's political leaders are 'Euro-realists' who believe that Great Britain is an important ally in saving the European Union from disintegration wrote Czech economic and political newspaper the Hospodárské Noviny.

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FM Péter Szijjártó rejects Swedish liberal fantasies over alleged lack of the freedom of the press and democracy in Hungary

Reacting to a statement by Sweden’s foreign minister on Monday, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó told Hungarian news agency MTI in a statement that recently it has become obvious that the press has more freedom in Eastern Europe than in the continent’s western half.

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Hungarian-American girl Kittensinurface explains the differences between American and Hungarian High School

Monday, January 11, 2016

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Hungarian Top Economist CIVIL WAR IS COMING

Zsolt Bayer, Hungarian journalist, publicist, and co-founder of Hungary's currently ruling political party, and Dr. László Bogár, former politician and leading economist, discuss the Cologne sexual assualts committed by migrants on New Year's Eve, 2016.

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Viktor Orbán vs. Angela Merkel

Sunday, January 10, 2016

Please READ this speech by Viktor Orbán in which he describes the liberal identity crisis and his vision of the future of Europe. Excellent read!

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An even larger influx of refugees is expected in the coming years

An even larger influx of refugees is expected to hit Germany and the European Union the next few year warned German Minister for International Economic Cooperation and Development Gerd Müller to German newspaper Bild am Sonntag.

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80 Years Ago Edgar Cayce Predicted Putin’s Role in Stopping WW3

Buck Rogers, Staff
Waking Times

Watching geo-political events unfold today is like watching a slow motion train wreck, especially if you’re informed by history and understand the connection between ‘World Wars‘ and the unseen influences behind international politics and global banking.

Edgar Cayce is one of the world’s most revered psychics, the ‘Sleeping Prophet,’ as they called him, and many consider him to be the father of holistic medicine. Entering into trance-like states of consciousness at will, he could divine information from some extra-ordinary plane of existence on behalf of his patients or in response to specific queries from an audience. He was remarkably insightful and accurate, which is why his name is so familiar to so many.

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Saturday, January 9, 2016

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Winter Swimming Club in Siberia

Most people prefer to spend cold winters in remote, exotic locations like the sandy beaches of the Caribbean Islands; but there are others with different preferences like these Russian vacationers for whom the snowy beaches of Siberian lakes offer way more fun and laughter than the world's most-visited tourist attractions.

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The capture of more than seven hundred wild rabbits began near Tiszapüspöki

Friday, January 8, 2016

Hofi Géza Hunting Association began the capture of some seven hundred wild rabbits near Tiszapüspöki. The animals then will be exported to Italy to help improving the genetic quality of local breeds. Photo: Mészáros János / MTI

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We must establish a European line of defence on Greece’s northern border

In an interview with public broadcaster Kossuth Rádió on Friday, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said that a new line of defence for Europe must be established at the northern border of Greece. He also emphasised the need to amend the EU’s founding treaty.

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The role of national parliaments must be reconsidered

Thursday, January 7, 2016

After talks in Budapest on Thursday with Prime Minister of the United Kingdom David Cameron, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán stated that both leaders want a strong Europe. At their joint press conference, Mr. Orbán spoke about Hungarians working in Britain, pointing out that it is important that they should not be subject to any discrimination. At the same time he stressed that Hungary is open to all reasonable British proposals designed to put an end to abuses in the field of social benefits.

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The Year of Mercy Begins: An Open Letter to Pope Francis

Written by The Remnant

December 8, 2015
Feast of the Immaculate Conception

An Urgent Appeal to Pope Francis to Either Change Course or Renounce the Petrine Office

Your Holiness:
Pope Celestine V (r. 1294), recognizing his incapacity for the office to which he had so unexpectedly been elected as the hermit Peter of Morrone, and seeing the grave harm his bad governance had caused, resigned the papacy after a reign of only five months. He was canonized in 1313 by Pope Clement V. Pope Boniface VIII, removing any doubt about the validity of such an extraordinary papal act, confirmed in perpetuity (ad perpetuam rei memoriam) that “the Roman Pontiff may freely resign.”

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President of the Italian Bishops' Conference: No wall can stop the flood of migrants to Europe

The President of the Italian Episcopal Conference (CEI) Bishop Angelo Bagnasco compared the influx of migrants into Europe to the journey of the Biblical Magi to Bethlehem stressing that no wall can ever stop migrants from coming to Europe.

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Chinese passenger drone unveiled at CES2016 (VIDEO)

A 4ft (122cm)-tall drone capable of carrying a human passenger was unveiled at the Las Vegas CES tradeshow Wednesday. The Chinese EHang 184 is capable of carrying a passenger for 23 minutes at a speed of up to 60 mph (96 kph).

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