Monday, October 24, 2016

Hungary must fight ‘Sovietization’ of Europe



I was honored to be able to attend the 60th anniversary commemoration of the Hungarian 1956 uprising against the Soviets and the Hungarian ((( Communists ))). The echo connotation is appropriate as most of the Communist leadership and secret police (AVH) were Jewish at the time.

Viktor Orbán, Prime Minister of Hungary, was the primary speaker.  The President of Poland also gave a short speech. This was appropriate as Poland and Hungary have strong historical ties. Both countries have also remained strong in resisting the Muslim invasion that has ruined many Western European countries.

https://www.rt.com/news/363861-orban-hungary-sovietization-europe/

Although I don't speak Hungarian, I found the atmosphere to be inspiring. There was a sense of a people united by a common race, language and religion. The people were Hungarian, not a bunch of Islamic "refugees" demanding Jihad.

As a people, we have a genetic need to be part of a homogeneous community. Diversity is unnatural and created hostility.

3 comments:

  1. The Hungarians must be a very polite and civilized people. Otherwise given what the Communists did to them, you would have expected those 50,000 attendees to seize the 100 Communists and politely, but firmly, made them swallow those whistles.
    As a Christian country the Hungarians probably do celebrate October 31, but as the original All Souls Day on which you are supposed to pray for the souls of your deceased loved ones. Halloween became what is now the biggest holiday in the US because a secularized country has recreated the day as a celebration of paganism and superstition.
    Paul should start speed learning Hungarian and see if he can make a new life there. I wish I could return to my native Italy, but it doesn't look like it will have much of a future right now.

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  2. I'm afraid that I do not have a great deal of faith in Orban. He may be outspoken about migrants & the EU's open borders policy on them, but at the end of the day it must be remembered that Hungary receives money from the EU so they are in no position to lead any struggle against the EU. They love Brussels' money too much.
    As for the Poles, they may have closed their borders to people coming in, but they are not averse to exporting their own population.

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  3. I'm afraid that I do not have a great deal of faith in Orban. He may be outspoken about migrants & the EU's open borders policy on them, but at the end of the day it must be remembered that Hungary receives money from the EU so they are in no position to lead any struggle against the EU. They love Brussels' money too much.
    As for the Poles, they may have closed their borders to people coming in, but they are not averse to exporting their own population.

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