I spent the afternoon in Farkasréti Cemetery, the largest cemetery in Budapest. Many people tell me that they find cemeteries to be creepy, but I find them to be quite peaceful.
Cemeteries represent our ancestors and our connection to the soil, our land. And such a connection makes the case for nationalism. We want our homelands not because we 'hate' and are 'supremacists', but because they are our homes. And we should not have to provide any other justification.