Once again, Hungary put on defence for actions which are more democratic than the attackers

Far be it for me to speak for Hungary. But there is a central point that even Mr. Kovatch misses in this ‘dialogue’ with UK’s notorious HARDtalk program.

Hungary’s democratically elected government passed an emergency measures bill in the parliament granting Viktor Orban powers of fiat rule to deal with what was sold as an existential threat to us all at the time. All leftist nations are pounding Hungary for that, while they simultaneously set security forces, armed forces and all branches of police and regulatory enforcement against their own citizens for social distancing violations with exactly ZERO law, acts of parliament or constitutional justifications whatsoever.

In Canada, where locals love to attack Orban with no knowledge of him or his policies other than what the NYT makes up about him, is issuing fines around the one THOUSAND dollar mark for being out with your own children and not even near other people. And there was no legislation passed to justify this whatsoever.

So whatever else one may say about Hungary’s response to this, it is far more democratic than that of it’s critics. Is there even any point in talking about the UK? Well before the Wuhan Flu hit, they were sending police to people’s doors for jocular tweets about men who imagine themselves to be women. I would like to see the legal justification for that which wouldn’t be out of a Fabian Society ops manual.


Viktor Orban said it! And here is the actual circumstances

Many media sites around the world have been quoting Viktor Orban’s statement that “This is an organized invasion”.

Readers of this site may notice that we downplayed that quote as the places and events it had been attributed to, he simply did not state that.

Thanks to CrossWare, the video was found and he did indeed say exactly that. But without context its highly subject to spin and contempt. In this clip. you can see not just the statement, but the evidence for the statement and the circumstances of its being said.

Watch to the end. The pay off is huge.

Town of Röszke, in Hungary, at the border crossing with Serbia

In January 2020 a mob of migrants rushed the border there:


In the Great Migration Crisis of 2015, a huge mob of migrants attacked the border crossing there (“The Battle of Röszke”):




Press conference at Röszke, February 13 2020

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán
Slovakian Prime Minister Peter Pellegrini



Notes from the translator:

This is the original press conference at the border, with official translators translating immediately. Orbán speaks in short sentences to help the translator.

The first part of the video is standard diplomatic chit-chat. First Orbán thanks the Slovakian PM for sending Slovakian police officers to defend the Hungarian border. Then PM Pellegrini thanks the Hungarians for defending the southern border of the EU, thereby defending Slovakia.

Warning shots fired at illegals breaking into Hungary from Romania

Thank you Crossware for the translation of the following article:

Warning shots fired at migrants trying to escape at the Hungarian border
The Romanian border police stopped two migrants with warning shots. The men tried to illegally cross the Romanian-Hungarian green border late Saturday night in the Óvári region of Satu Mare county.
On Saturday, [January 25 2020] the border police spotted two men marching toward Hungary at around 11 p.m. The two migrants did not stop at the border station of the border police and approached the state border line fifty meters away.
The border police forced the men to stop, with two shots fired into the air – wrote the Romanian Border Police on its website.
Preliminary inquiries revealed that the 29-year-old and 38-year-old men were from Tunisia. They are now prosecuted in Romania for attempted border crossing.”

More here, also the source of the video

The ongoing invasion of Europe intensifies at Hungary’s borders

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Hungarian police find 2 tunnels used by migrants on border

Hungarian police said Friday that they discovered two tunnels used by migrants to enter the country from Serbia.

Police said that a tunnel 34 meters (37 yards) long was discovered near the southern village of Asotthalom, where they also detained 44 migrants who had used the precarious passageway.


Police Col. Jeno Szilassi-Horvath said a Serbian citizen suspected of human trafficking had been detained along with the migrants.


The tunnel near Asotthalom was about 50 centimeters (20 inches) wide, 60 centimeters (2 feet) high, and had been dug as deep as about 6 meters (20 feet) below the surface without any support beams or other elements to prevent its collapse.

Migrant presence on Hungary-Serbia border growing

The number of migrants looking to enter Hungary illegally from Serbia has risen significantly over the past month, the head of the Prime Minister’s Office said on Thursday.

Altogether 11,808 people have attempted to enter Hungary illegally so far this year, with 2,418 of those attempts being made this month, Gergely Gulyas told a regular press briefing. He said migrants were now using new techniques to try to breach Hungary’s border fence. Migrants tried to bury under the fence, and two tunnels discovered by the police have been sealed, he added.


Ethnic Hungarian politicians in northern Serbia’s Vojvodina region have also reported a sharp rise in the number of illegal migrants in the area, Gulyas said, adding that a clear signal should be sent to migrants attempting to reach Europe via the Western Balkan route: they will stopped on the Hungarian-Serbian border or another external EU border.

Farewell letter to Sweden by a recent expat

An original translation by Tania Groth with much thanks

From this Swedish publication:

Date: 24th of August, 2019

I choose to publish this well-written farewell letter to Sweden. The writer has recently posted the text on her Facebook, and I want to spread her words more widely because they are nuanced, well-balanced, sad, but absolutely not hateful, that is, what one usually accuses people of being when they criticize the failing Swedish system. Indeed, many people feel a similar sadness in their hearts today, in 2019, when the situation in Sweden in many ways is becoming unbearable. “We have bought an apartment in Budapest”. So begins the post, written by Mercedes Wahlby. It sums up what many who live in Sweden today feel. I have previously published an interview with a couple who have now moved to Marbella, but believe that more of these emigrant voices are needed. Maybe they can make politicians wake up.

One can always hope.

“It is not with a light heart and not without great anguish that we have made this decision. We have been discussing leaving Sweden for at least five years, back and forth. The husband who is ethnic Swedish has been the most motivating. Over the years I have tried to come up with millions of excuses to delay the decision. I have always hoped that it would eventually clear up in Sweden. But year after year I have seen that everything is only getting worse and worse, and I have little hope that this negative development can be reversed. I think it is too late, and it is possible it will not happen during my lifetime.

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Islamic Antisemitism in the Netherlands. A Hungarian perspective

This appears to be a Hungarian made, possibly propaganda video about the consequence of Islamic migration into formerly awesome Western nations. This one focuses on antisemitism from muslims. But like any great propaganda, it helps when its true and it doubly helps when truthful propaganda counters the stunning amount of official narrative driven propaganda we are fed from all sides these days.

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