Democracy in Europe threatened by surge of ‘populism,’ Tony Blair’s think tank warns

Friday, December 29, 2017

Supporters of Hungary's main opposition Jobbik party attend a torchlight demonstration in Budapest © Bernadett Szabo / Reuters

A surge of “populist” political parties threatens to destabilize democracy across Europe, Tony Blair’s think tank has warned. Its new report points to the rise of anti-EU parties in Italy, Hungary, Poland and the Czech Republic.

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According to media reports, Olympic Champion Swimmer Katinka Hosszú's marriage is on the rocks

Thursday, December 28, 2017 writes: Katina Hosszú and her Husband and Coach Shane Tusup no longer form a couple. They even spent the Christmas holidays separately. The Iron Lady spent the holiday in her hometown Baja, while her husband celebrated with her parents in Budapest.

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Society for Krishna Consciousness distributes free food to the needy at Blaha Lujza square in Budapest at Christmas Eve

Monday, December 25, 2017

Photo: MTI

More than 2600 needy people were fed by the Society for Krishna Consciousness at Christmas Eve in Budapest.

The handout included canned food, sugar, cooking oil, candy and fruit. Those who showed up also received hot meal, which included "székelykáposzta" (cabbage) with lots of sour cream and Indian pudding.

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Picture of the day: Residents of Budapest Zoo receive Christmas present

Sunday, December 24, 2017

Photo: Kovács Attila / MTI

The box was packed with the monkeys' favorite food "lisztkukac".

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She was the top female athlete of the year 30 years ago, she has been dead for 21 years

Saturday, December 23, 2017

Budapest, October 5, 1984. Mariann Engrich (left) preparing for the Taekwon-Do Karate European Championships, held on October 20-21, in Budapest. Photo: MTI

In 1987 journalists voted Taekwondoka Mariann Engrich as the top female athlete of the year. She was a legend in her time; today, a memorial tournament honors the memory of the exceptional athlete.

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Hungary, Poland, Czech Republic Among Those Defying EU Consensus Abstaining From UN Jerusalem Embassy Vote

Friday, December 22, 2017

Hungary, Poland, the Czech Republic, and others have defied the broad consensus of other European Union members by abstaining on a United Nations General Assembly vote to condemn U.S. President Donald Trump’s recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.

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Picture of the day: A local pub is regularly visited by a white stork that has been spending its seventh winter in Ásotthalom

Thursday, December 21, 2017

Kiskunság National Park posted a photo on its Facebook page in 2013 on a white stork that has been spending the winter in Ásotthalm for years.

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"TÁRIH-I ÜNGÜRÜSZ" - Hungarian "ősgeszta" - was introduced to the public

"TÁRIH-I ÜNGÜRÜSZ" - Hungarian "ősgeszta" (the origin of Hungarians) - was introduced to the public on Wednesday, December 20, 2017 at 6 o'clock, at the headquarters of the World Federation of Hungarians in Budapest by Atilla Grandpierre.

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MoD István Simicskó: The Hungarian Defence Force buys two A319 aircraft

Wednesday, December 20, 2017

The Hungarian Defence Force acquired two A319 aircraft announced Minister of Defense István Simicskó on Wednesday at a press conference in Budapest.

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Tourists are fascinated by the armored vehicles of the Anti-Terrorism Center

Tuesday, December 19, 2017

The Anti-Terrorism Center deployed several armored vehicles around Christmas markets in downtown Budapest to prevent any unexpected event to happen, although Hungary is one of the safest countries in Europe.

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Government beefed up police presence around Christmas fair sites in Budapest

Monday, December 18, 2017

An armored vehicle is seen parking near St.Steven Basilica at the intersection of St. István Square and Bajcsy-Zsilinszky Road. Counter Terrorism Center (TEK) operational units also take part in crowd protection during the Christmas holiday in the capital. Photo: Zoltán Máthé / MTI

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Hungary finished the European Short Course Swimming Championships - 2017 with 8 gold, 3 silver and 2 bronze medals

Hungary came second behind the Russians with a slightly weaker medal-haul than they achieved in Netanya which had put them atop in 2015. Though the 6-time champion Katinka Hosszu enjoyed a rest day, the Magyars still celebrated a victory, courtesy of Boglarka Kapas. The four-time European champion of London 2016 left behind her ‘short-course demons’ and finally stepped on the top of the podium for the first time in her career. She won a fine duel against the 800m victor Sarah Koehler (GER) in the 400m free.

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Putin thanked Trump for CIA tip-off which helped Russia prevent terror attack

Sunday, December 17, 2017

The Russian President Vladimir Putin has thanked his US counterpart Donald Trump for help in preventing a terrorist attack in St. Petersburg. Data provided by the CIA enabled Russian security services to find and detain terrorists

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EUROPEAN SC SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIPS, COPENHAGEN: Katinka Hosszu managed to match her 6-gold medal haul from Netanya


Katinka Hosszu remained on the big stage – in fact, the Hungarian superhero was in the spotlight again as she managed to match her 6-gold medal haul from Netanya. In 2015 she was 6-0-1, now she finished her campaign in Copenhagen with a perfect 6/6 (let the 400m free go on the last day, where she had claimed bronze two years ago). Hosszu added the 200m IM and 50m back titles to her tally this evening, thus completing the triple in the medley and in the backstroke. In the IM event she came 1-2 with compatriot Evelyn Verraszto, a feat they produced once seven years ago, at the long-course Europeans in Budapest.

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Officer of Budakeszi Police Force Gabriella Tóth (24) wins this year's Miss Policewoman (Miss Zsaru) of the year title

The beauty contest was held in October but I started preparing for the competition in May said Miss Policewoman.

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Chaplain of Rábakethely János Brenner, the martyr of the Kádár dictatorship will be beatified next summer

Photo: János Brenner memorial

János Brenner, the chaplain of Rábakethely, will be the first Hungarian clergyman of the post-1956 era, who will be beatified - "the first beatified victim of the Kádár dictatorship," said Attila Viktor Soós, member of the National Memorial Committee (NEB) to M1 channel.

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One millionth new Hungarian citizen takes the citizenship oath

Saturday, December 16, 2017

One millionth new Hungarian citizen Miklós Lajkó of Gunaras takes the citizenship oath in Sándor Palace. Next to him his wife and two of his children.

We celebrate the unity of our nation, said President János Áder on Saturday at Sándor Palace in Budapest. The ceremony was attended by Prime Minister Viktor Orbán and House Speaker László Kövér as well.

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The Gypsy Palace district of Bánffyhunyad

Anybody who has ever visited the town of Bánffyhunyad (Huedin) of Romania in the past twenty-five years, couldn't not notice the brick-built oriental style houses with shining tin roofs.

The buildings are under continuous construction, which is not an accident as the buildings are owned by Gypsy families and they are built to function as status symbols. Besides the ornate style and the boorish megalomania that can be seen everywhere in this clownish town, visitors can also sense chaos and disorder at every corner of the palace district. Take a look at the pictures - they talk for themselves. (Where did these mostly illiterate people get the money to build such palaces? This is a rhetorical question, I'm sure you know the answer.)

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The much publicised Jobbik demonstration failed to mobilize Hungarians

Friday, December 15, 2017

Despite the fact that the entire globalist press promoted the event only about 1500 people attended the Jobbik organized demonstration at Fidesz headquarters - this number also included supporters of the globalist parties.

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MEP Krisztina Morvai distanced herself from Jobbik organized demonstration will be held today at Fidesz headquarters

We can't march along with those who attacked us in 2006 with teargas.

For the occasion of the afternoon event, MEP Krisztina Morvai recalled the atrocious human rights violations of the Gyurcsany regime whose police attacked patriotic Hungarians trampling on their fundamental human rights in 2006.

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A Cry for Help from Inside a Mental Asylum called Sweden

Thursday, December 14, 2017

Fabian in Sweden — Dec 12, 2017

Along with mounting rapes, Swedish police are also having to contend with increasing levels of crime and violence. Such as on the streets of Malmo (pictured).

I have an international job which gives me the opportunity to regularly escape the mental asylum that Sweden has become. I hope to be able to warn the rest of the world for how liberal thoughts can totally annihilate a people the way that it has in Sweden. For the good of the rest of the world I recommend that you intellectually fence off the mental asylum still called Sweden and don´t let any of the insane ideas, or persons, escape to poison your people or country.

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Dog waiting for its owner who died in a fatal car accident

A passenger car overturned between Apostag and Dunaegyháza in Bács-Kiskun County on Thursday; the driver of the car died on the spot, but his dog that travelled with him survived the accident without injuries - now, the dog doesn't want to leave the scene, waiting for its owner.

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Kurultaj will be 10 years old next year (video in Hungarian)

Kurultaj, the largest gathering of nations with Turanian cultural heritage will be 10 years-old next year. Twenty nations from central Asia take part in the celebration that honors the common historical background of these nations. Watch the 20-minute documentary (in Hungarian) in which András Zsolt Biró, one of the chief organizers of the gathering and many others sum up the most important goals of the event.

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Kiev must implement the recommendations of the Venice Commission

Wednesday, December 13, 2017

“With relation to the Ukrainian Education Act, Kiev must fully conform to the expectations of the European Union and the Venice Commission ‘if it is serious’ about its Euro-Atlantic aspirations”, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó declared on Monday in the recess of a meeting of EU foreign ministers in Brussels.

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The brother of legendary rebel leader Gergely Pongrátz criticized Jobbik President Gábor Vona

Tuesday, December 12, 2017

András Pongrátz, the brother of legendary rebel leader of the 1956 uprising Gergely Pongrátz criticized Jobbik President Gábor Vona for flirting with the liberal opposition and former communists in order to win next year's general election; earlier, Vona hinted that an election coalition with some of the anti-Hungarian forces (LMP, Momentum) is not out of the question.

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‘Almost a war zone’: Riots and burnt cars in Stockholm migrant district

Monday, December 11, 2017

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Fidesz has massive electoral support 4 months before the general elections - the opposition parties are collapsing

Four months before the general elections, Fidesz popularity is soaring, according to a survey by Republikon Institute - opposition parties support are unchanged or decreasing.

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Coptic Diocese founded in Hungary

The establishment of the diocese in Budapest is an important moment in the lives of both Coptic Christians and Hungarians said Priest Khalil Yousef at a press conference on Saturday.

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Israeli politician: Left-wing Jews want to come to power by joining forces with the Jobbik party

According to a member of the Israeli government, left-wing Jews in Hungary want to come to power by joining forces with "anti-Semitic right wing" parties.

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The current debate within the EU touches on the issue of freedom

Friday, December 8, 2017

In an interview broadcast on Echo TV’s Thursday evening current affairs programme, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said that “The current debate within the EU touches on the issue of freedom, and is about whether it should be mandatory for everyone to become an immigrant country, or if in the future Member States have the sovereign right to reject this”.

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Visuals of the new Etnographic Museum revealed

The new Ethnographic Museum will be constructed at the "fifty-six" square near "Városliget". The construction of the "Napur Architect Agency" designed museum building will start this year. MTI Photo: Városliget Zrt.

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Hungary asked for the deployment of OSCE observers in Transcarpathia

Thursday, December 7, 2017

Hungary asked for the permanent deployment of OSCE observers in Transcarpathia, said Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó on Thursday in Vienna.

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László Toroczkai could be the next president of Jobbik

Ervin Nagy, one of the founders of Jobbik, gave an interview to "Figyelő", where he talked about Jobbik's original objectives, Vona's personality, and what voters can expect if Jobbik loses next year's general election.

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The plan of the new National Skating Center revealed

Wednesday, December 6, 2017

The news was announced by Lajos Kósa, Minister without portfolio, and the Hungarian National Skating Association at a press-conference on Tuesday.

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Asotthalom Mayor László Toroczkai vigorously defending MEP Krisztina Morvai's position on Jobbik

Tuesday, December 5, 2017

I called Krisztina Morvai this morning and we talked for a long time. There are conversations that can't be saved.

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Turkish folk dance group asked for asylum in Hungary

A whole Turkish folk dance group has applied for asylum in Hungary - the Turkish press reported. On Tuesday, several Turkish sources reported that a 16-member folk dance group from Ankara arrived in Hungary at the beginning of November to participate in a festival held between November 5 to 10 in Budapest. But only 5 dancers returned to Turkey, 11 remained in Hungary and applied for asylum.

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Red Cross Demands Branches Remove Crucifixes to Be More Secular

Monday, December 4, 2017

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Volunteers have criticised the Red Cross charity after receiving a communication telling them to remove crucifixes from the walls of their branches as the organisation looks to become more secular.

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Kayaker Katalin Kovács inducted into the Hall of Immortal Hungarian Athletes

Three-time Olympic Champion and thirty-one-time World Champion Kayaker Katalin Kovács was officially inducted in the Hall of Immortal Hungarian Athletes on Thursday.

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Facing the Inevitable: the Full-Throttle Islamization of Europe

Given the refugee crisis and the steady increase in the Muslim population, the EU is likely to face three scenarios that will determine its future, RIA Novosti contributor Igor Gashkov writes, adding that none of them could prevent inevitable ethnic, cultural and religious changes on the Old Continent.

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Mi-24 helicopters are loaded into an Antonov An-124 transport airplane

Sunday, December 3, 2017

Soldiers loading Mi-24 combat helicopters into a Russian Antonov An-124 transport airplane at Kecskemet airbase. The helicopters undergoing extensive overhaul and modernization at the manufacturer's plant in Russia. Photo: Sándor Ujvári / MTI

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MEP Krisztina Morvai and Jobbik part company with one other

Friday, December 1, 2017

There have been many rumors about my relationship with the Jobbik party in recent weeks. In this statement, I would like to summarize my most important thoughts on the subject. I also advise readers to view the video in which I talk about the history of my relationship with the party and the values which are still important to me, from which Jobbik has distanced itself.

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The Soros network has entered the Hungarian election campaign

On Friday, on the Kossuth Radio programme “180 Minutes”, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said that “the Soros network” has entered the Hungarian election campaign.

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