PM Viktor Orbán: If Hungary had failed to shut down illegal immigration then, Europe would have fallen by now

Friday, September 30, 2016

If Hungary had failed to shut down illegal immigration (the Balkan route), then Europe would have fallen by now - said Prime Minister Viktor Orbán in an interview with Locale.

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Small Hungarian team wins 1 gold and 5 bronze medals at World Nomad Games in Kyrgyzstan

Thursday, September 29, 2016

The Second World Nomad Games was held between September 3-8, 2016, near Lake Issyk and Kyrchyn-canyon in Kyrgyzstan.

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Hungary 'will never accept mandatory quota system' for migrants

Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Hungary will hold a referendum on October 2 on whether to accept mandatory EU quotas for relocating migrants. Péter Szijjártó, the Hungarian foreign minister, tells FRANCE 24 why his government is against the scheme. He also reacts to recent comments by his counterpart from Luxembourg, Jean Asselborn, who called for Hungary to be suspended or even expelled from the EU.

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Why do Dutch girls want to move to Hungary?

Tuesday, September 27, 2016

The Hungarian government's immigration policy is very popular in several European countries. In the Netherlands, young girls started wearing T-shirts proclaiming that they emigrate to Hungary rather than enroll in re-education "therapy" program.

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Peter Szijjarto: 'Migration became a security threat' - Talk to Al Jazeera

Monday, September 26, 2016

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BUDAPEST BOMBING: What Really Happened + Police Footage

On September 24, 2016, at 10:36pm on Teréz körút a cluster bomb placed in the doorway of an abandoned building exploded and severely injured two police officers who were just in the process of walking past.
Motivation are still unclear and a manhunt is under way for the suspect.

Here is the full video of the explosion footage released by Police Hungary:

Here are photos of the suspect on the website of the Hungarian police:

And here are other links to articles about the case: (in Hungarian)


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Dr. Drábik János - Migránsválság és a háttérhatalom

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PM Viktor Orbán: Humanity is entering into a new era

Sunday, September 25, 2016

Europe is going through a momentous time period and humanity is entering into a new era; but instead of the previous violent social eruptions, a slower, and a more difficult process has begun (in the history of mankind) - said Prime Minister Viktor Orbán in an interview with "Magyar Kurír" Catholic news site.

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Saturday, September 24, 2016

Liliána Szilágyi, a butterflier from Kőbánya Swimming Club in Budapest who competed for Hungary at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, has announced she will join the University of Florida women’s swimming and diving team in January 2017. As such, she will join a recruiting class that also consists of Danielle Keymont, Emma Ball, Georgia Darwent, Isabella Garofalo, Kelly Fertel, Kelsey Dambacher, Laura Rodríguez Cao, Maddy Conway, Makayla Sargent, Niki Urquidi, Savanna Faulconer, Sherridon Dressel, and Tori Bindi.

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Hungary-Minister for Foreign Affairs Addresses General Debate, 71st Session

Friday, September 23, 2016

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I love Hungary just the way it is

Thursday, September 22, 2016

According to Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, next Sunday’s quota referendum will decide “how strong a sword we can forge” for Hungarians’ struggle against the Brussels bureaucrats.

In an interview published by news portal on Thursday, the Prime Minister said that he loves Hungary just the way it is, and does not want to see anyone change it under orders from outside.

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Hungary claims parts of London a ‘no-go zone’ because of terrorists posing as migrants

Wednesday, September 21, 2016

The Hungarian government has defended issuing leaflets that label a dozen areas in Britain, including London, Southampton and Peterborough, “no-go zones” because they are overrun by migrants.

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PM Viktor Orbán: In these troubled times, we invest into things we know best - science

In these troubled times and confusing spiritual and political climate we Hungarian can do one thing: invest into things we know best - science stressed Prime Minister Viktor Orbán at the reception honoring Széchenyi prize winning scientists at Vigadó, Tuesday night.

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Colleen Bell leaving post as US Ambassador to Hungary

Tuesday, September 20, 2016 has learned that US Ambassador to Hungary Colleen Bell will leave post after the November US presidential election.

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Reverse integration is taking place in Europe - Member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences Miklós Maróth

Reverse integration is taking place in Europe - Muslim migrants are not integrating into European societies, but Europeans began adopting the Muslim culture said Miklós Maróth member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences to M1 TV on Monday.

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Why Budapest is 100x Better Than Paris!

Monday, September 19, 2016

Hint: diversity plays a key role.

Here are relevant articles mentioned in the video:

The Guardian on the fall of tourism in Paris:

National Geographic: Rising Stars of Europe: Three Cities to Visit Now:

World Tourism Organization ranks Hungary as Europe's fastest expanding tourist destination.

Dindus attack Paris police commissioner:


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Hungary: situation at the border after a year with the fence 1/2

Friday, September 16, 2016

A year after Hungary built a fence on her southern border, we met with mayor László Toroczkai who explained us the current situation at the gate of the European Union.

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The fake left-wing parties want to resettle thousands of migrants in globalist controlled municipalities

Monday, September 12, 2016

Prime Minister Viktor Orbán in his speech in parliament plenary session hinted that the globalist opposition planning to strike a deal with Brussels and resettle thousands of migrants in municipalities controlled by the fake left-wing parties.

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Pumi, the indigenous Hungarian herding dog registered with the American Kennel Club

Sunday, September 11, 2016

Pumi is the 190th breed, which included in the American breed registry; this means that now on, Pumi can compete in the most prestigious US dog shows, including the Westminster Kennel Club event.

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Iron Aquatics Swim Club founded by Three-time Olympic Champion Swimmer Katinka Husszú open for business

Iron Aquatics founded by Three-time Olympic Champion Swimmer Katinka Husszú held its first open session on Saturday at Komjádi pool in Budapest; several dozens of young kids showed up to the first session.

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Hungarian sculptor Gábor Szőke has been commissioned to create a gigantic falcon sculpture for Atalanta Falcons' new stadium

The new stadium will open in 2017. It will host two local clubs - the Falcons and the United football team. The owners have decided to erect the world's largest bird sculpture in front of the new stadium.

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The October 2 referendum is a national affair – PM Viktor Orbán

Saturday, September 10, 2016

After the October 2 referendum on forced resettlement of migrants in EU member states there will be a major fight in Brussels involving changes in immigration rules said Prime Minister Viktor Orbán before arriving the Kötcse Civil Picnic.

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Picture of the day: Wine Festival in Budapest Castle district

Friday, September 9, 2016

Guests are having a good time at the 25th Wine Festival in Budapest Castle district.

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The manufacturer of stringbike changes its marketing strategy

The story of the stringbike started after the regime change in the early nineties, when a group of Budapest Technical University students became interested in designing a chainless bicycle. After years of work in 2010 they introduced the first prototype of the chainless bike to the public at a trade fair in Italy. But despite, the positive feedback from the general public retail sales remained slow.

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Hungary, Croatia and Turkey commemorating the 450th anniversary of the siege of Szigetvár with new stamps

Hungary and Turkey issued joint postage stamps to commemorate the 450th anniversary of the siege of Szigetvár.

The block, which contains two stamps is the work of Attila Elekes. The stamps have been printed by the State Printing Company in 50,000 copies. They can be purchased in post offices and in the Hungarian Post online store starting September 5 .

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Jobbik introduced three new spokespersons as part of the preparations for the upcoming general elections in 2018

Thursday, September 8, 2016

The four spokespersons from left to right: István Apáti, Ildikó Major, Péter Jakab and Current Spokesman Ádám Mirkóczki

Jobbik preparing for the 2018 general election campaign with four spokespersons announced Party Chairman Gábor Vona at Thursday's press conference in Dunakiliti.

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Érpatak Municipal Council dissolved itself - interim mayoral election will be held

Érpatak is led by controversial Mayor Zoltán Mihály Orosz, one of the champions of gypsy integration in Hungarian society.

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‘Man of the Year’: Anti-immigrant Hungary PM Orban honored in Poland for policy impact

Wednesday, September 7, 2016

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban. © AFP

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, known for his tough stance on the refugee crisis, has been awarded the ‘Man of the Year’ award at an economic forum in Poland for his impact on shaping Central European policy.

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Prime Minister Viktor Orbán receives Person of the Year award

At the 26th Economic Forum in Krynica, Poland, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán received the Person of the Year award, which is the event’s most prestigious honour.

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The UN High Commissioner for Human Rights has become unfit for his post

Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó has said that the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights has become unfit to fill any kind of post within the UN. Mr. Szijjártó was responding to a statement by the High Commissioner in which he criticised “populist” politicians.

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First photo about PM Viktor Orbán's granddaughter, Aliz

Tuesday, September 6, 2016

The picture was shot during the little girl's baptism ceremony on Sunday.

The 11 weeks old granddaughter of the prime minister was baptized in a rural parish according to Roman Catholic rites, in the presence of a close circle of family members.

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The growth of the Hungarian economy is outstanding

GDP in Hungary increased by 2.6 percent during the second quarter of 2016, an outstanding figure in EU comparison and the second highest level of Q2 growth within the European Union. Despite the fact that the level of EU funding received by Hungary was again lower than expected in the second quarter of the year, the growth trajectory of the Hungarian economy continues to show promising signs. Hungary’s GDP is currently 10 percent higher than its 2010 level.

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"WRAP THEM IN PIG SKIN!" Hungarian Academic Miklós Maróth on Stopping Illegal Migration

The original version of this video can be found here:

Former vice-president of the Hungarian Academy of the Sciences, the most prestigious learned society in Hungary, Miklós Maróth gives an unscripted and honest view about illegal third world migration and the devastation it will cause if Europeans allow it to continue.

To sum up his viewpoint, let's just say it is to "wrap them in pig skin!"

Wiki article on the Academy and its work:

Article on Miklós Maróth (Hungarian):


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Protest against oil pipeline in North Dakota turns violent

Monday, September 5, 2016

In the US state of North Dakota, a protest by Native Americans turns violent after demonstrators criticize the construction of a pipeline on a field they consider sacred land.

Officials say four security guards were injured. One guard has been taken to a nearby hospital with undisclosed injuries. Meanwhile, Native Americans’ elders say at least 30 protesters were pepper-sprayed. The demonstrators say construction crews have destroyed burial and cultural sites. They are also worried about the possible contamination of a nearby river by the project. A federal judge will rule before September nine whether construction can be halted on the Dakota Access pipeline.

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Colorado Politician Tom Tancredo praising the Orbán government’s immigration policy

Sunday, September 4, 2016

Hungary Teaches Globalists a Lesson on Immigration, Borders, Democracy


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In his book Politics and the English Language, George Orwell wrote, “it is almost universally felt that when we call a country democratic we are praising it: consequently the defenders of every kind of régime claim that it is a democracy…. Words of this kind are often used in a consciously dishonest way.”

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Hundreds of people demonstrated at the Chief Prosecutor's Office against the György Budaházy’s conviction

Saturday, September 3, 2016

The demonstration has been organized by Ásotthalom Mayor László Toroczkai.

Among other things Toroczkai said: since he was born, there has been no real national government in the country.

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New University Students' Association (Identitesz) was formed to fight against the liberal intoxication of youth (Video with English subtitles)

One of the goals of the new organization is to promote the ideals and values of the broader community; it opposes liberalism, anti-social individualism, and the worldview based on selfishness and materialism that the organization rejects.

For more info visit their website:

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Quota Referendum - Amnesty International launches (dis)information campaign

Friday, September 2, 2016

Amnesty International (AI) launches a (dis)information campaign on the quota referendum before the vote scheduled on October 2.

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Hungary Plans DOUBLE BORDER FENCE Against Migrants

Thursday, September 1, 2016

Donald Trump would approve.

Here are relevant links to articles:

1. Border Hunters:
2. "The Border cannot be defended with flowers and stuffed animals." HUN article.
3. Independent article on the double border fence:

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Demonstration at the General Prosecutor's Office - Hungarians are shocked by the outrageous verdict in György Budaházy’s case

György Budaházy and his codefendants have been sentenced to 125 years in prison on terrorism charges that many legal experts claim, the prosecution couldn’t prove beyond reasonable doubt; an increasing number of Hungarians think that the trial was a rigged spectacle.

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