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The country mourns the victims of the Soviet invasion took place 60 years ago

Friday, November 4, 2016

Burning torches in front of “Vigadó” honoring the victims of the uprising

On November 4, 1956 Soviet forces launched an all out attack on the capital. More than 200 thousand Soviet troops streamed into the country to put down the uprising. The badly outgunned and outnumbered rebel forces were no match to the invading Soviet forces. But even knowing that there was no chance of winning the resistance was fierce causing serious casualties to the invading forces.

In the wake of the invasion, Bolshevik criminals and other monsters in human form came to power and launched a brutal, Stalinist style revenge campaign against those suspected of taking part in the uprising. There was no mercy even for children. In the following show trials hundreds of people were sentenced to death on fabricated charges and thousands of them thrown into jail.

Ilona Tóth - martyr of the revolution. The young medical student was arrested for taking part in the post-invasion resistance. She was sentenced to death on fabricated charges at the tender age of 24.

None of those Bolshevik criminals were ever brought to justice. The descendants and spiritual heirs of those Bolshevik monsters today occupy high positions, the justice system is infested with them and they still continue seeking revenge on anyone believes in national renewal.

Just a few months ago a judge sentenced a group of patriots 125 years in prison for resisting the Gyurcsany regime’s Hungarophobe policies.

The government introduced a bill in parliament a few years ago to impose mandatory retirement on judges over 60 years of age with the obvious intent to remove the residue of bolshevik pollution from the justice system but the European Union blocked the motion insisting that the bill violated the rules of the European Union.

Burning torches in front of “Vigadó” honoring the victims of the uprising

Burning torches in front of “Vigadó” honoring the victims of the uprising

Light painting images projected on the facade of St. Stephen's Basilica in Budapest honoring the heroes of the uprising

Light painting images projected on the facade of St. Stephen's Basilica in Budapest honoring the heroes of the uprising

Ordinary citizens lighting candles for the memory of the victims of the uprising in Budapest

President János Áder and his wife lighting candles for the memory of the victims of the uprising

Ordinary citizens lighting candles for the memory of the victims of the uprising in Debrecen

The country’s first “Nemzetőr” statue has been unveiled in the XVII district of Budapest

(Photos: MTI - hungarianambiance.com)

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