OSCE observers monitoring the situation in Beregszász amid growing tension in the region

Thursday, March 22, 2018

Observers of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) visited the Mayor of Beregszasz Zoltán Babják and requested information about the vandalization of Hungarian owned cars in the past few days and the plan by the Ukrainian defence ministry to deploy military units in the ethnic Hungarian populated city.

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Why we don’t respect the West anymore (MUST READ!)

Wednesday, March 21, 2018

by Margarita Simonyan, editor-in-chief of RT TV channel and MIA “Russia today”

translated by Scott


Essentially, the West should be horrified not because 76% of Russians voted for Putin, but because this elections have demonstrated that 95% of Russia’s population supports conservative-patriotic, communist and nationalist ideas. That means that liberal ideas are barely surviving among measly 5% of population.

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Ukraine is about to deploy 800-1000 troops in the ethnic Hungarian town of Beregszász

Tuesday, March 20, 2018

Ukraine is sovereign country and has the right to deploy troops in any of its regions - said Ukrainian Foriegn Ministry Spokesperson Marjana Beca in Kiev.

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Founder of O.Z.O.R.A. Psychedelic Music Festival Daniel Zimanyi passed away

Monday, March 19, 2018

"An era has come to an end. O.Z.O.R.A. Festival producer, owner of the festival grounds, humble farmer, nomadic shepherd and above all, farseeing visionary, Daniel Zimanyi unexpectedly passed away on Saturday, March 17th."

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Natalie Contessa is under 24-hour protection after receiving death threats

Saturday, March 17, 2018

Natalie Contessa received death threats, her address made public, and her community site was hacked after she gave an exclusive interview to M1 TV about the Swedish refugee situation. She is now under 24-hour protection by former special operation soldiers.

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This is our country, and we shall fight for it to the end - PM Viktor Orbán's historic speech at the national holiday

Friday, March 16, 2018

On Thursday Prime Minister Viktor Orbán gave a speech outside the Parliament Building in Kossuth tér, Budapest at the public commemoration marking the 170th anniversary of the Hungarian Revolution of 1848. In it he said that “This is our homeland, this is our life, and we have no other. Therefore we shall fight for it to the end and we shall never surrender”.

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Former Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany proposed the formation of a Satanic alliance - invited Jobbik to join the party

Former Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany and Prime Ministerial Aspirant - a political non-entity - Gergely Karácsony called on the leaders of the socialist party, LMP and Jobbik to run joint candidates in the spring's parliamentary elections three weeks from now.

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Shadowy forces tried to disrupt the national holiday celebrations by organising a student protest

Thursday, March 15, 2018

Shadowy forces tried to disrupt the national holiday celebrations by organising a student protest coinciding with the prime minister's speech at the parliament building.

Globalist agitators infiltrated into the crowd trying to incite anti-government riot near the National Museum reported the Hungarian media.

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Orbán Viktor beszéde - 2018. március 15.

2018. március 15-én ünnepi műsort rendeztek az 1848/49-es forradalom és szabadságharc emlékére a Kossuth téren. Az ünnepségen Orbán Viktor, Magyarország miniszterelnöke is felszólalt.

Despite the cold, windy and rainy weather today's peace march - or more precisely pro-government rally - was the biggest ever. More than one hundred thousand people attended the rally.

According to experts, this strong showing due to the fact that people feel that the years ahead hold tremendous dangers and only a strong, experienced, and patriotic government can defend the country from mass migration that already devastated western Europe.

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Orwellian style censorship on Facebook

According to several experts, Facebook is censoring videos on political grounds interfering with the Hungarian election campaign.

M1 TV asked experts' opinion about the issue of censorship on Facebook because Wednesday morning the social site removed an interview with Natalie Contessa af Sandeberg, who had moved to Hungary from Sweden to escape migrant violence, from its website. The video got one million views in three days, before it was removed from Facebook.

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Those who support a pre-electoral coalition with the globalist parties are enemies of the nation - must watch interview with Tamás Gaudi-Nagy (in Hungarian)

Wednesday, March 14, 2018

Under no circumstances can a pre-electoral coalition be formed with those dark forces who attacked the Hungarian nation in 2006 said former Jobbik MP and Human Rights Activist Tamás Gaudi-Nagy to Echo TV.

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Economic crisis looming? Hungary latest country to repatriate gold

© Tamara Abdul Hadi / Reuters

The National Bank of Hungary (MNB) has announced it is bringing home the country’s 100,000 ounces (3 tons) of gold reserves from London.

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Jobbik President Vona Gábor's street forum disrupted by two men wearing Muslim headscarves

Tuesday, March 13, 2018

Police officers checking the identity of two men wearing Muslim headscarves at Jobbik President Gabor Vona's street forum in Orosháza. March 13, 2018. Photo: MTI

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Hungary is looking to forge alliances with the Austrian and Italian governments with relation to asylum policy

“Hungary’s intent to work in closer cooperation with Austria and Italy on asylum policy”, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó told Reuters on Monday.

Mr. Szijjártó said the Austrian People’s Party-Freedom Party government and the Italian centre-right coalition that won the elections in March have a similar position on the issue as the states of Central Europe.

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More Swedish-Hungarians speak up against migrant violence

Monday, March 12, 2018

© REUTERS/ Drago Prvulovic

More Swedish-Hungarians are coming forward and confirming Natalie Contessa af Sandeberg's account of the deteriorating public security in Sweden. Most of those who talked to live in Sweden for decades and leave no doubt that Natalie Contessa af Sandeberg's story is a true account of a country's struggle to survive mass migration.

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