Mongolian Ambassador to Hungary Dr. Batbayar Zeneemyadar performing a Hungarian folksong

Thursday, June 30, 2016

As a side note, the Mongolian ruling party lost yesterday’s general elections. The Mongolian People's Party (the successor of the former communists) won 85% of the parliamentary seats. Let's hope that this won’t affect the position of the ambassador who can sing with close to perfect Hungarian accent.


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Thirty-one embassies supporting the Budapest Pride

The pressure on some countries that signed this year's letter of support must have been high, because even the Romanian and Estonian embassies signed it.

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Putin and Erdogan agree to meet personally after 45-minute phone talks

The previously announced telephone conversation between the presidents of Russia and Turkey Vladimir Putin and Recep Tayyip Erdogan lasted for 45 minutes. Media sources have characterized the Moscow-initiated talks as "productive" and "positive."

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Not Just Any Commando Can Be a Chinese Female Flight Attendant

Wednesday, June 29, 2016

In China’s Sichuan Province, flight attendants are trained to counter all possible security threats head-on


When you see a Chinese female flight attendant, don’t be misled by her seemingly fragile beauty. This smiling elegant lady has gone through hardcore training which has turned her into a battle machine to protect you from terrorist threats during the flight.

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British press pays tribute to the goalkeeper of the Hungarian national football team Gábor Király

Goodbye, Gabor Kiraly: Hungary’s trouser wearing goalkeeper has been one of the stars of Euro 2016

Gabor Kiraly has been, without a doubt, become one of the most popular players at Euro 2016.

The 40-year-old former Crystal Palace goalkeeper – who also spent brief spells at Fulham and West Ham – rolled back the years with some scintillating displays, as Hungary reached the last 16 of the competition.

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Hungary represents order in a Europe of increasing disorder

Tuesday, June 28, 2016

A number of leaders in Europe are not willing to commit to the fight against modern-day mass population movement: the flow of illegal migrants pouring into Europe Photo: Károly Árvai/

In the Buda Castle, at a passing-out ceremony of the Police Studies Faculty and Disaster Control Institute of the National Public Service University, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said that today Hungary represents order in a Europe of increasing disorder.

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Picture of the day: Birds of prey are deployed to keep messy pigeons away from Váci Street pedestrian district in Budapest

The photo shows Gergely Kisteleki releasing a red-winged hawk (Harris's Hawk, Parabuteo unicinctus) to repel pigeons, commissioned by a Váci street café in Budapest pedestrian district. June 28, 2016. The red-winged hawk is a native bird of the Americas. MTI Photo: Tamás Kovács

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Berlin and Paris want to create a superstate in place of the EU - Polish broadcaster

Monday, June 27, 2016

France and Germany plan to lead post-Brexit EU reform – leaked memo

Photo: MTI

Paris and Berlin want to reinforce integration within the EU after the British referendum, bolstering common defense, migration and fiscal ties among the members, media revealed citing a French-German memorandum.

A common French-German memorandum entitled ‘A strong Europe in the world of uncertainties’ was released by Poland’s TVN broadcaster on Monday. The document is said to be authored by French Foreign Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault and his German counterpart Frank-Walter Steinmeier.

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Petra Senánszky repeated her last year's fantastic World Cup performance

Petra Senánszky repeated her last year's fantastic World Championship performance at 19th CMAS Finswimming World Championship in Volos, Greece.

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"Brussels’ immigration policy is endangering the unity of Europe and accordingly must be discarded for good”, FM Péter Szijjártó

The people of Europe are not prepared to accept the fact that Brussels bureaucrats should decide the future of Europe
Photo: Zsolt Burger/Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade

“Brussels’ immigration policy is endangering the unity of Europe and accordingly must be discarded for good”, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó told Hungarian news agency MTI following Monday’s meeting of Visegrád Group (V4), German and French Foreign Ministers in Prague.

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How Russia, China are Creating Unified Eurasian Trade Space

Sunday, June 26, 2016


Russia is pushing ahead with its project of a "more extensive Eurasian partnership" involving the Eurasian Economic Union, Moscow's CIS partners as well as China, India, Pakistan and Iran; meanwhile, Beijing and Moscow continue to build a Eurasian economic corridor that will stretch from Shanghai to Berlin.

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Warsaw organizes a meeting for EU member states haven't been invited to Berlin's foreign ministers meeting

Warsaw organizes Monday's meeting for 21 European Union member countries that haven't been invited to the Berlin's foreign ministers meeting by the six founding states - confirmed PAP Polish news agency citing government spokesman Rafal Bochenek.

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Siberian tigers find relief in a water pool in Gyöngyös Zoo

Saturday, June 25, 2016

Photo: MTI

Budapest heat record broken on Friday and heat warning has been issued for the entire country for Saturday by the National Weather Service - the maximum temperature in Budapest on Friday reached 37.5 Celsius.

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More on Brexit

by Paul Craig Roberts

Information continues to come in about the Brexit vote. A member of the British Army said that 90% of the lads in his unit voted to leave.

They voted exit because they do not believe they should be involved in Washingtons wars. He said that his unit agreed that the wars are dictated by Washington, via Brussels, and not by the British people. He also said that that the soldiers were “taking their own pen” to the ballot box, because “they only use pencils at the polls and they could be rubbed out and changed.”

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Picture of the day: Fallow deers stags

Friday, June 24, 2016

Fallow deer stags at Barcs, Sefag Ltd. forestry areas. June 21, 2016. Photo: Attila Kovacs / MTI

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Trump on Brexit: EU break-up on the cards, people want their borders back

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, his son Eric (R) and his daughter Ivanka (L) pose for photographs as they arrive at his Turnberry golf course, in Turnberry, Scotland, Britain June 24, 2016 © Clodagh Kilcoyne / Reuters

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Hungarian Victory at the Parachute World Cup

Thursday, June 23, 2016

Tamás Varga, Tamás Bánszki, Szabolcs Gál, Gábor Hirschler, István Asztalos. Photo: Igor Kuplyenik/MI-PRESS

The first edition in the Parachute World Cup series 2016 season took place in Rijeka, Croatia between 10–12 June. Fourteen teams comprising altogether 106 athletes from 21 nations entered the accuracy landing competition.

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New poll by Median: Fidesz has massive popular support, more than all the other parties put together

New poll by Median shows that Fidesz gained four percent support this month compared to April. Currently, 37 percent of the total population support the Fidesz party, which is more than all the other parties put together - according to a representative poll taken in mid-June by Median for HVG.

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Fans celebrating in Budapest as Hungary advanced in the round of 16 after playing to 3-3 draw against Portugal

Wednesday, June 22, 2016

Thousands of people celebrating in downtown Budapest on Wednesday evening, after Hungary vs Portugal European Cup match as Hungary advanced in the round of 16. The traffic was shut down in several parts of the city.

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Hungarian FM regrets EU’s ‘undemocratic’ extension of sanctions against Russia

Hungary’s Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto said Wednesday that he regrets the EU’s “undemocratic” decision to extend sanctions against Russia.

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The European Union is on the threshold of a major transition - The signs are pointing in that direction!

Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic are working behind the scenes to amend the EU treaties, among other things, the legal obligation to join the euro zone writes The Times citing diplomatic sources.

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Hungarian football fans in Lyon are invited to take part in a joint prayer

Tuesday, June 21, 2016

Dunavarsány "Soli Deo Gloria" community calls on all Hungarian football fans in Lyon to take part in a joint prayer before Hungary vs Portugal European Cup football match on Wednesday.

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The overwhelming majority of Hungarians believe in conspiracies

A representative public opinion survey conducted by Publicus Institute between June 10-15 shows that the majority of Hungarians believe in conspiracies.

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Prime Minister Viktor Orbán became grandfather

Monday, June 20, 2016

The prime minister's eldest daughter Ráhel gave birth to a healthy baby girl (3300 grams) in a Budapest hospital. The baby was given the name Aliz. The mother and baby are doing well.


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Anti-Hungarian smear campaign in the English media

Fascist thugs await England if they come up against Hungary and their hooligan fans at Euro 2016

THE Hungary fans were involved in clashes with elite French police yesterday, and have also been photographed giving Nazi salutes.

ENGLAND fans could come up against Hungarian Ultras, famed for their violence and pro-Nazi salutes, if Roy Hodgson's team fail to win their final Euro 2016 group game.

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Chinese folk costumes show opens in Beijing

BEIJING, June 19, 2016 (Xinhua) -- A model presents a creation by a designer from a workshop focused on China's folk costumes at Beijing Institute of Fashion Technology in Beijing, capital of China, June 19, 2016. A show displaying works of graduates from a workshop about Chinese folk costumes as intangible cultural heritage opened here Sunday. (Xinhua/Li Wen)

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Picture of the day: Holy Crown-shaped hot air balloon

Sunday, June 19, 2016

Holy Crown-shaped hot air balloon in Baranta Valley, near Gömörpéterfala, Felvidék. June 19, 2016. Photo: Péter Komka / MTI

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Fans celebrating in Budapest and Marseille after Hungary vs Iceland match that ended in a tie (1:1)

Saturday, June 18, 2016

The result leaves the Hungarians leading the way in Group F on four points, a total likely to be enough to qualify for the last-16.

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Hungary's gas supply is guaranteed for the next four years

Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó has signed several agreements among them on the long-term supply of Russian natural gas to Hungary and joint manufacturing of 700 rail cars for Egypt at the 20th St. Petersburg International Economic Forum on Friday.

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Restored Italian military cemetery in Zalaegerszeg

Friday, June 17, 2016

Restored Italian military cemetery in Zalaegerszeg. The cemetery was built in 1927 and 1400 soldiers buried in it. The graves of the Italian soldiers are marked with numbered crosses; the graves of other nationalities marked with helmets. Photo by Varga György / MTI

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After 17 years ban Ásotthalom Mayor László Toroczkai received an ID card allowing him to enter parliament

Thursday, June 16, 2016

Ásotthalom Mayor László Toroczkai showing his new ID card, which allows him to enter parliament any time as a newly elected vice-president of the Jobbik party.

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Lavrov: Moscow won’t allow to be dragged into confrontation with the West by anyone

The west wants to undermine Russia's stability and to subvert its position as an energy and arms exporting country; one of the goals of the anti-Russian campaign is to extend transatlantic control, but Moscow won’t allow to anyone to be dragged into confrontation with the United States, NATO or the European Union said Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov on Wednesday in the lower house of the Russian legislature.

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An increasing number of municipalities breed ostriches in Hungary

Wednesday, June 15, 2016

There are a number of municipalities in Hungary that breed ostriches as part of the public works program reported "Magyar Nemzet".

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Picture of the day: PM Viktor Orbán celebrating the Hungarian national team’s victory over Austria at European Championship in France

Tuesday, June 14, 2016

After 40-years absence the Hungarian national team returned to the continental championship of Europe with a victory by defeating Austria 2:0.

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Abortions in Hungary are on a steady decline

Monday, June 13, 2016

Over the past five years, between 2010 and 2015, the number of abortions fell by 22.9 percent in Hungary; in the first quarter of this year, a further 4.1 percent decline has been registered- said Deputy Secretary of State for Family and Demographic Policy Tünde Fűrész.

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US Ambassador to Hungary Colleen Bell rooting for the Hungarian football team

Sunday, June 12, 2016

The ambassador hopes that the Hungarian national team will defeat Austria on Tuesday's match, which will be the Hungarian team's first match at the European Championship.

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Immigration to save Europe from ‘degenerating into inbreeding’ – German finance minister

Closing Europe’s borders to migrants would drive the continent to “inbreeding and degeneration,” the German finance minister has told local media, arguing that in his own country Muslims have enriched its “openness and diversity.”

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The first group of Ukrainian children from East-Ukrainian conflict zones leaving for Hungary to spend part of their vacation at Lake Velence

Saturday, June 11, 2016

The first group of Ukrainian children from East-Ukrainian conflict zones leaving for Hungary to spend part of their vacation in Hungary as guests of the Hungarian government. They are boarding a bus in the municipality of Homok in Ungvár district.

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Picture of the day: Cherry harvesting in Kecel

Friday, June 10, 2016

Seasonal workers picking cherry at a Kecel plantation. June 10, 2016. Photo: Sándor Ujvári

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Hungarian food exports to China may exceed $ 100 million this year - FM Péter Szijjártó

Thursday, June 9, 2016

Photo: KKM

A number of agreements have been signed by Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó at 2nd China-CEEC Investment and Trade Expo held in Ningbo on Wednesday. As a result, Hungarian food exports to China can reach $ 100 million by the end of the year, according to the minister of foreign affairs and foreign economic relations.

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UN High Commissioner for Refugees Spokesman Babar Baloch criticizes Hungary’s immigration policy

Wednesday, June 8, 2016

Hungary must harmonize its asylum policy with international law and with European values said the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) Spokesman Babar Baloch.

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Hungarian Electric Company (MVM) opens new office in Moscow

In order to keep closer contacts with Russian government and economic actors, and strengthen and exploit prospective business opportunities in Russia Hungarian Electric Company (MVM) opened an office in Moscow on Monday.

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Seventeen-year-old Liza Mihályfi wins Miss Eurasia 2016 Beauty Contest held in Turkey

Tuesday, June 7, 2016

Contestants from 37 countries competed for Miss Eurasia 2016 title this year.

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Migrant protests also break out in Békéscsaba

Monday, June 6, 2016

“No physical atrocities occurred and nobody was injured during protests by illegal immigrants at the Guarded Refugee Receiving Centre in Békéscsaba”, the Prime Minister’s Chief Advisor on Homeland Security told Hungarian news agency MTI.

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From protest to proposal: Eastern Europe tries new migration tactic

New Commission proposal offers a nod to Hungary and other critics of EU policy.


Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán | Thomas Lohnes/Getty Images

The European Commission is set to launch a new attempt to find EU consensus on migration with proposals aimed at overcoming differences with Eastern European countries such as Hungary.

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The title is sarcastic.
This video includes a short recap on Hungarian affairs: migrant riots in Kiskunhalas and stupid sayings by the ex-Prime Minister.

The focus is on the recent Donald Trump riots in San Jose, in which many Trump supporters were physically assaulted and/or injured by rioters waving Mexican flags and anti-American signs. The police hardly did a thing to stop the rioters, and the mayor of San Jose actually blamed Donald Trump for inciting the violence.
Meanwhile, Angry Birds is gaining ground as the new symbol of the Alt-Right, and Red, the main character, is seen as a literal feathery red pill.
ALSO: My nails have a green tinge because I spent 2 hours earlier in the day shelling green peas!

HERE is the excellent Angry Birds review on Counter-Currents publishing:

And here is Stefan Molyneux's video analysis of the movie:

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"The flame of resistance keeps on burning" – The HVIM annual Trianon march attracted more than a thousand people

Sunday, June 5, 2016

More than a thousand participants attended the "Trianon" march organized by the Sixty-Four Counties Youth Movement (HVIM) at the 96th anniversary of the Trianon Dictate that partitioned the thousand-year-old Hungarian Kingdom.

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“Five Presidents” EU’s Jean-Claude Juncker Drunk in Public, Slaps Leaders

Saturday, June 4, 2016

Louise Mensch — Heat Street June 3, 2016

Prominent British Member of Parliament Michael Gove received rave reviews for his performance on Sky TV’s European Union Referendum debate on Friday night. One of Gove’s many well-received points concerned the “Five Presidents” who run the EU – whom nobody can name.

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Russia killed 28,000 militants in Syria, third of all ISIS forces – Russian deputy security chief

Sukhoi Su-24 attack aircraft before departing for its permanent base in Russia from Khmeimim Air Base in Syria. © Maxim Blinov / Sputnik

Since Moscow started its air operation in Syria on September 30 last year, the Russian Air Force has eliminated over a third of Islamic State fighters in the country, the deputy head of Russia’s top security body revealed.

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Two-time Kossuth Prize-winning Conductor, Composer and Pianist Zoltán Kocsis: Europe's future is bleak

Friday, June 3, 2016

In an interview with MTI, the internationally renowned composer has painted a very bleak future for Europe.

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PM Viktor Orbán: We should break out of the prison of political and philosophical preconceptions

Thursday, June 2, 2016

The prime minister held an hour-long discussion with Sheikha Ahmed al-Tayeb, the head of Cairo's al-Azhar mosque as part of his official visit to Egypt

The prime minister discussed Egyptian-Hungarian relations and exchanged views on European politics with Sheikha Ahmed al-Tayeb, the head of the Sunni Muslim world's spiritual center, the al-Azhar mosque in Cairo on Thursday.

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Restless migrants rioted at Kiskunhalas closed refugee camp

Hundreds of police officers rushed to Kiskunhalas closed refugee camp on Wednesday when migrants threatened to break out of the detention center due to slow administration.

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HUF 126 billion in business opportunities opening for Hungarian enterprises on the Egyptian market

Wednesday, June 1, 2016

Photo: Máté Paczolay

“Nine Hungarian-Egyptian business agreements will be concluded during Prime Minister Viktor Orbán’s visit to Cairo, representing a total of HUF 126 billion (EUR 400 million) in business opportunities for Hungarian enterprises on the Egyptian market”, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó told Hungarian public media following a meeting with his Egyptian counterpart Sameh Shoukri.

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Afghan man was put on a speedy trial for indecent exposure

A 39-year-old Afghan man was put on a speedy trial on Wednesday for indecent exposure in a Bicske tobacco shop said Jászberényiné Király Teodóra, Fejér County Prosecutor's Office spokesperson to M1 TV station on Tuesday.

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