Jobbik 2016 May Day Picnic attracts huge crowed - Day 1

Saturday, April 30, 2016

This year’s traditional National May Day Picnic takes place on Saturday and Sunday in Shipyard Island; the event attracts huge crowds every year. On Day 1, several members of Jobbik party gave a presentation on various topics; among them the newest member of the Jobbik party László Toroczkai who explained the real reasons behind the influx of migrants into Europe.

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Orosz Bál 2016 Budapest, Будапештский Русский Бал, Russian Ball of Budapest

The 8th Russian Ball of Budapest was held in Marriott Hotel Ballroom on March 5, 2016

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Friday, April 29, 2016

Sikeres üzletember Svédországban, mégis Magyarországra költözött. Daniel Friberggel a svéd multikulti paradicsom árnyoldalairól, cenzúráról és öncenczúráról, hatósági segédlettel verekedő antifákról beszélgettünk - és arról, hogy mégis miért fog győzni az "igazi jobboldal".

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Gábor Vona: It is final. After much reluctance László Toroczkai will run for the position of vice-president of the Jobbik party

Jobbik President Gábor Vona announced today that the Mayor of Ózd Dávid Janiczak, the Mayor of Tiszavasvári Erik Fülöp, and the Mayor of Ásotthalom László Toroczkai will run as candidates for the position of vice-president at the upcoming party congress this summer.

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Herding of the Hungarian Gray Cattle to spring pasture in Tarnaszentmiklós

Thursday, April 28, 2016

Bükk National Park Tarnaszentmiklós herding feast on April 28, 2016. The Directorate of the National Park instead of mowing the grass using Hungarian Gray Cattle (aka. Hungarian Steppe Cattle) to graze the field to protect the habitat of Red-footed Falcons in the southern area of Heves county. Photo: Peter Komka / MTI

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US news portal Politico puts PM Viktor Orbán among Europe's top leaders

Power matrix: Ranking Europe’s leaders and ambassadors
Here’s who’s really in charge in Brussels.

By RYAN HEATH 4/28/16, 5:35 AM CET Updated 4/28/16, 2:50 PM CET

Who really sways the room when European Union leaders meet behind the closed doors of a summit?

In the chart below, we’ve plotted which national leaders are effective at combining forces with their ambassadors to the EU, to ensure power and influence.

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Poem: Ithaka

Wednesday, April 27, 2016

I’ve come across with this beautiful ancient Greek poem while watching a debate on internet about the origin of the saying “it's not the destination, but the journey”, which counts.

One commenter linked to the poem ‘Ithaka’ claiming that the central idea of the saying comes from ancient Greece; others disagreed. Whatever is the truth of the claim, the poem is truly beautiful and carries profound wisdom.

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Picture of the day: Great Egret (Ardea alba)

Great Egret (Ardea alba) Pusztaszer, Csongrad County. April 26 2016. Photo: Attila Kovacs / MTI

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The radioactive load remains high in Chernobyl, but in spite of that rare animals returning to the disaster zone

The Chernobyl nuclear catastrophe took place 30 years ago but despite the strong radioactive contamination rare animals like bears, wolves, lynx and moose have been returning to the area three decades after the tragedy.

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Tuesday, April 26, 2016


On Zsolt Bayer's most recent episode of Mélymagyar on Echo TV, he interviews a young independent French-Hungarian journalist by the name of Ferenc Almássy. Ferenc talks about growing up in France and why he chose to move permanently to Hungary a few years ago. He also talks about the shocking and depressing situations plaguing French society -- in particular, migration, islamization of multicultural ghettoes, corruption, and how he feels that French culture, as it has been known up until now, is reaching an end.
Ferenc Almássy is currently working on the Visegrad Post, link here:

And here is the link to his interview in Magyar Hirlap (Hungarian)

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Genetically modified crops acreage in the world in 2014

Monday, April 25, 2016

Twenty-eight countries around the world grow genetically modified (GM) crops. In 2014, GM crops acreage was a total of 181.5 million hectares. - MTI

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The European Union is at the mercy of Turkey

On Friday the latest issue of the German economic weekly Wirtschaftswoche published an interview with Prime Minister Viktor Orbán under the headline “We are at the mercy of Turkey”.

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‘No one can lecture Turkey’: EU leaders praise Erdogan’s refugee effort, shrug off rights concerns

Sunday, April 24, 2016

German Chancellor Angela Merkel (C), EU Council President Donald Tusk, Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu (R) and his wife Sare (L) pose during a welcoming ceremony at Nizip refugee camp near Gaziantep, Turkey, April 23, 2016 © Umit Bektas / Reuters

Top EU officials toured an asylum seekers’ camp in Turkey, praising president Erdogan for his efforts in tackling the refugee inflow. That comes as human rights groups have been particularly vocal in their criticism of Turkey’s treatment of refugees.

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Szőcs Zoltán, a HVIM erdélyi vezetője hónapok óta egy bukaresti börtönben várja, hogy véget érjen a közvetlenül őt és Beke Istvánt, de közvetve a teljes székelységet és az autonómiatörekvéseket érintő koncepciós eljárás, amelyről mi magunk is többször hírt adtunk. Most nem is ezt idéznénk fel, hiszen azt pár kattintással bárki megteheti, és nem is szaporítjuk a bevezetőt. Egy olyan levelet adunk közzé, amelyet egyenesen a román előzetesből kaptunk. Ehhez most nem is nagyon lehet mást hozzáfűzni...

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A memorial plaque was unveiled at the 70th anniversary of the deportation of Swabian Hungarians

Saturday, April 23, 2016

Participants of the unveiling ceremony standing in front of the memorial plaque at Solymár railway station. The plaque was installed on the wall of the railway station from where the cattle wagons carried the deportees to Germany after the second world war. The plaque was donated by settlements located around Buda. April 23, 2016. Photo: Attila Kovacs / MTI

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“The refugee industry” by German journalist Udo Ulfkotte

The influx of refugees in Europe is not a coincidence, it serves the interests of international corporations and certain political forces said German journalist Udo Ulfkotte on Friday in Budapest International Book Festival when introduced his new book called “The refugee industry”.

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"What's happening in Hungarian swimming is a NIGHTMARE" - Head Coach András Hargitay

Friday, April 22, 2016

The newly appointed Head Coach of the Hungarian National Swim Team András Hargitay told "what is currently happening in Hungarian swimming is a nightmare," hopefully we won't have any more surprises in the coming weeks.

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Big changes are coming to the Jobbik party - President Gábor Vona removes radical members from the presidency of the party

Thursday, April 21, 2016

Jobbik Spokesman Adám Mirkóczki confirmed the press reports. The upcoming changes affecting the position of István Apáti, Előd Novák and István Szávai.

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The European Union needs a new founding treaty - French Minister of Economic Affairs Emmanuel Macron

For the survival of the "European dream" a new founding treaty needs to be drafted within two years proposed by French Minister of Economic Affairs Emmanuel Macron in Belgian RTBF public television on Monday.

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"And on the eighth day, God created Hungarians - Germans also need heroes."

Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Patriotic Germans who are fed up with Willkommenskultur consider Hungary as "Europe's bulwark." They view Hungary as a small East European nation that stood up to illegal immigration and showed to the West how to defend their borders.

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Picture of the day: Judoka Hedvig Karakas tries on the Olympic uniform

The Rio Olympic uniform is very popular with athletes.

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Hungary stands by Berlin and is supporting Angela Merkel with further initiatives

Tuesday, April 19, 2016

Photo: MTI

During his visit to former Chancellor Helmut Kohl, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán told the German newspaper Bild that Hungary stands by Berlin, and is supporting German Chancellor Angela Merkel with further initiatives.

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Migrants set up a makeshift camp at the Hungarian – Serbian border

The migrants claim that they were brought here by people smugglers from Macedonia; they paid 170 euros per person to the smugglers. They have run out of money, and now, they rely on United Nations donations. They claim they receive one canned fish and a half liter of water per day.

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UN High Commissioner Filippo Grandi: The arrival of migrants in Europe can’t be stopped

Monday, April 18, 2016

There is no need to close state borders, instead, proper reception and distribution of migrants are needed!

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Prototype of a Hungarian developed tractor revealed

Sunday, April 17, 2016

Tamás Renner, chief designer and technical director of Renner Bt. showing a 50-horsepower four-wheel drive tractor that still under development. After thirty years, this is the first locally developed tractor of which a 80 horse power version is also under development. The production of the tractor is scheduled to begin in 2018. Photo: Sándor Ujvári / MTI

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UN military counselor: One million people can cross to Italy from Libya

Libya has one million potential migrants, including terrorist cells ready to cross into Italy said Italian General Paolo Serra to UN Special Envoy for Libya Martin Kobler in a hearing in the Italian parliament.

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Bikers revisit the past in the capital

Saturday, April 16, 2016

The Tweed Run Budapest bikers revisited the past in the capital. Check out the stunning images!

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Prime Minister Viktor Orbán proposes ten-point action plan

Friday, April 15, 2016

Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has proposed a ten-point action plan for protecting the external borders of the European Union and free movement within the EU.

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Ottoman fashion show in Turkish Cultural Center in Budapest

The fashion show was held on April 14, 2016 to commemorate the 450th anniversary of Sultan Suleiman's death. The show was organized by the Yunus Emre Turkish Cultural Center in Budapest. A great variety of authentic costumes from the Ottoman era between 16th and the 18th century were shown to the interested public the first time in Hungary. Photo: Szigetváry Zsolt / MTI

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The new head coach of the Hungarian swim team András Hargitay: László Kiss’ departure may cost Olympic medals

What we have suspected all along has been confirmed by the new head coach of the Hungarian swim team András Hargitay - the resignation of László Kiss may cost Olympic medals for Hungary at the upcoming Rio Games - which was the goal of the globalist smear campaign against Kiss at the first place.

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Thursday, April 14, 2016

by Kittensinurface

After gathering your feedback for the past few months, I've decided to create a new focus and vision for future youtube videos of mine.
This is just a message and THANK YOU to all you guys who wrote me and commented and gave me advice!
Here's hoping that the next videos I make will be better and more entertaining!

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Hungary issues renminbi-denominated sovereign bond

Hungary’s Economy Minister Mihály Varga is to hold a press conference titled 'Hungary issued foreign currency bond’ at 3 P.M. on Thursday, an invitation to the event showed. Apparently, the press reports in the morning have been followed by an actual issuance.

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Budapest Olympics 2024 Logo has been unveiled

The logo is a stylized rendering of the Citadel (former fortress) and the Liberty Statue.

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‘Aggressive simulated attack’: Pentagon decries Russian jets zooming over USS Donald Cook (VIDEO)

The aerobatics skills of Russian pilots over the US destroyer Donald Cook in the Baltic Sea left the Pentagon and other US official running for cover in Washington over “aggressive close interactions” with Russian fighters jets.

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Picture of the day: Hungarian State Folk Ensemble rehearsing a new dance performance called "Wedding Dance"

Wednesday, April 13, 2016

Hungarian State Folk Ensemble rehearsing a new dance performance called "Wedding Dance" in Budapest Heritage House. April 13, 2016. Photo: Zoltán Balogh / MTI

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Toyota unveiled a wooden concept car in Milan International Design Exhibition (Salone del Mobile)

A Székely master last year built a much more beautiful one

The Toyota concept car dubbed Setsuna is an electric vehicle; its frame, its floor and seats are all made of wood; apparently, its color changes depending on the changes of the environment.

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Hungary’s Lookout Tower at Galyateto by NARTARCHITECTS wins in Architecture +Renovation category at world’s largest awards program for architecture and products

The Best of the Best: Announcing the Winners of the 2016 A+Awards!

Architizer Editors

Public Winner, Architecture +Renovation: Lookout Tower at Galyateto by NARTARCHITECTS, Galyateto, Hungary

The wait is finally over. The public has spoken. Over 300 experts from fields spanning the arts and business worlds have weighed in. The winners of the 2016 A+Awards, the world’s largest awards program for architecture and products, have officially been decided!

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Welcome to ‘Walking Dead Europe’

Tuesday, April 12, 2016

By Pepe Escobar

Migrants wait to board buses to take them onwards to the train station, from the border crossing in Nickelsdorf, Austria. © Srdjan Zivulovic / Reuters

Citizens of the EU – as in vibrant civil society manifesting in an array of nations - are increasingly keen on ditching the political EU, whose only functioning trait remains its status as a giant market.
The rest is chaos: The euro is now synonymous with massive unemployment; Europeans aged 18-34 qualifying themselves as a “lost” or at least “sacrificed” generation; European “values” diluted by the rise of the populist extreme-right; “pacifism” transmuted into hot and cold war – from Syria to Russia; and European cities, from Paris to Brussels, under Salafi-jihadi assault.

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Introducing HE Iain Lindsay OBE, British Ambassador to Hungary

Meet Her Majesty`s new Ambassador to Hungary, HE Mr Iain Lindsay OBE.

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„Franciaországnak vége – Magyarországon szebb és szabadabb az élet”

Friday, April 8, 2016

Közép-Európa eseményeiről ad tárgyilagos tájékoztatást a címen elérhető francia és angol nyelvű internetes portál, amelyet Almássy Ferenc indított el újságírótársaival március 31-én. A honlap nemsokára indul a V4-ek nyelvein is. A kulák hátterű magyar anya és francia mérnök apa gyermekeként Párizsban született, ott felnövekedett, matematikát, történelmet és építészetet tanult fiatalember 2010-ben, huszonnyolc évesen végleg szakított Franciaországgal. Magyarországra költözése után néhány hónappal társaival létrehozott egy szervezetet, amely a nálunk élni kívánó, arra érdemes nyugat-európaiaknak nyújt segítséget az átmeneti időszakban. Lovas István interjúja a Magyar Hírlapból.

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The liberals are rejoicing, they forced one of the most successful Hungarian swimming coaches László Kiss to resign

The liberal press and their backers that keep public morals under attack twenty-four hours a day by promoting pornography on their websites have launched an orchestrated attack on the head-coach of the Hungarian swim team, 75-year-old Lászlo Kiss by disseminating an old story about him – as a twenty year-old, Kiss was sentenced three years in jail for allegedly raping a girl in 1962. (You must take Bolshevik kangaroo court’s decisions with a grain of salt. Apparently, the girl who was involved in the incident consented to have sexual intercourse with three athletes but later she changed her mind accusing them with rape.)

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Picture of the day: Grazing horses

Thursday, April 7, 2016

Grazing horses in a flooded pasture. Lajosmizse. April 6, 2016. Photo: Ujvári Sándor / MTI

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A member of the Russian Special Forces surrounded and outnumbered by jihadists marked his position as target and requested an air strike

Wednesday, April 6, 2016

A member of the Russian Special Forces, 25-year-old Alexander Prokhorenko surrounded and outnumbered near the city of Palmyra in Syria by Jihadists. The Russian soldier has decided that he won’t let the Jihadist to capture him alive and will fight to his last breath. Once he ran out of ammunition he marked his own position as target and requested an air strike.

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Migrant Attacks Café Staff

Tuesday, April 5, 2016

The following is a compilation of ~witness statements~ retelling an attempted assault by a Palestinian migrant upon baristas (me) in Hungary in March, 2016.


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