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Old February 10th, 2008 #1
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Hungary Neo Nazis March in Budapest

Saturday, 09 February 2008

By BosNewsLife News Center


Neo Nazis gathered in Budapest, Saturday, February 9.

BUDAPEST, HUNGARY (BosNewsLife)-- An estimated 2,000 members of Hungarian and international neo-Nazi groups gathered in downtown Budapest Saturday, February 9, to commemorate that German and Hungarian troops attempted to break out of the besieged Hungarian capital during the lasts days of World War Two.

Neo-Nazi skinheads from Hungary, Germany, and other European countries lined up in a military-style formation inside a metal cordon built around Budapest's Heroes Square and erected a wooden cross with the words "Blood and Virtue" written on it.

They commemorated an attempt by the fascist Hungarian Arrow Cross party on February 11, 1945, to break out Budapest's Castle District, which was surrounded by Soviet troops. Hungary was a close ally of Nazi Germany during the war, when an estimated 600,000 Hungarian Jews were massacred.

Hundreds of people demonstrated against the event. They putting their hands on their necks as "silent victims" when the neo-Nazis, wearing black leather coats and boots, sang the Hungarian anthem.

YOUNGSTERS DETAINED

Sunday's protest came just days after police detained two youngsters, who admitted of desecrating Jewish tombs in south-western Hungary last week. Representatives of the Jewish community in the town of Kaposvar reported to police that anti-Semitic symbols were spray-painted on 24 tombstones in the local cemetery.

The perpetrators used silver-colored paint to spell out "our country is not for sale" as well as painting a swastika, an Arrow Cross and a Star of David, which was crossed out, news reports said. In addition the far-right paramilitary Magyar Garda, or Hungarian Garda, has held demonstrations in areas where many Gypsies, or Roma, are living.

Far rights groups have also supported anti-government demonstrations and there has been concern they are involved in several patrol bomb attacks against parliamentarians of the ruling Hungarian Socialist Party. On Saturday, February 9, Hungary's Justice Minister Albert Takacs said unknown attackers threw petrol bombs into the houses of five Socialist Parliamentarians. Several other Socialist politicians reportedly received envelopes containing white powder in the post that turned out to be harmless.

National Police Chief Jozsef Bencze said police offers would provide personal protection as well as patrols of areas surrounding homes of threatened parliamentarians. "In the current situation all MPs are, thankfully, okay," Hungarian News Agency MTI quoted Bencze as saying. (With BosNewLife's Stefan J. Bos).
 
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The amendments would cause the curtailing of freedom of expression, the court said in a statement.
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Submitted by WW4 Report on Sun, 09/21/2008 - 19:47.

At least six were injured and 15 arrested as far-right protesters clashed with police, threw stones and petrol bombs and damaged shops and cars along Andrassy Boulevard in Budapest Sept. 20. Police fired tear gas and water cannons on the protesters—many wearing swastikas and chanting anti-Semitic slogans. Police moved in after a right-wing mob attacked people leaving a pro-tolerance rally called by the Hungarian Democratic Charter movement and Roma organizations.

An estimated 1,000 supporters of the far-right Jobbik Party and youth organization Sixty-four Counties gathered at Heroes' Square to march along Andrassy Boulevard to the anti-violence rally. Many wearing ski masks and carrying the red-and-white stripes associated with Hungary's radical right, the protesters converged on Szabadsag Square, where the Charter demonstration, attended by some 4,500 people including Socialist Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany, was being held, and attacked attendees as they tried to leave the square. After police moved in, they retreated back up Andrassy Boulevard, smashing shop windows, vandalizing parked cars and setting a police car on fire. The injured included an elderly woman and five police.

Laszlo Toroczkai, a leader of Sixty-four Counties, said that the protesters were "warriors to save Hungary" in a fight which was provoked by Gyurcsany and Roma leader Orban Kolompar. Another rightist leader, Gyorgy Budahazy, called the pro-tolerance rally a "plot between Jews and gypsies." (The Budapest Times, Turkey, Sept. 21; AlJazeera, Sept. 21)

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... In addition the far-right paramilitary Magyar Garda, or Hungarian Garda, has held demonstrations in areas where many Gypsies, or Roma, are living...
Luckily, there are still enclaves, in Europe, where Gypsies keep their heads down. Slovakia and former East Germany, for example. Here, Gypsies getting bold, in trivialist Bulgaria:

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BUDAPEST (JTA) -- Neo-Nazi protesters disrupted a Chanukah celebration in Budapest.

Members of the Hungarian Guard shouted anti-Semitic epithets in the middle of Heroes Square, not far from where several hundred mostly young people lit torches to celebrate the holiday. The Chanukah program was organized by the Balint-Haz Jewish Community Center, the Jewish Agency for Israel and Hungarian Jewish youth organizations.

The Chanukah crowd was attempting to create the shape of a chanukiyah using people and torches.

A local rabbi, Tamas Vero, congratulated them for coming to the public square to create what he called the largest human chanukiyah. He asked God to bless all of the participants in the event and the nearby protesters.

The extremists raised a red-and-white striped Arpad flag, used by a far-right-wing, pro-German, anti-Semitic national socialist party led by Ferenc Szálasi that ruled Hungary from Oct. 15, 1944 to January 1945, and sent thousands of Jews to their deaths.

Police reportedly registered the identities of some of the protesters.

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Hungary Far-Right Protests Against `Roma Crime` About 100-200 members of the Guard in black uniforms also attended the protest.


Members of the radical nationalist organisation Hungarian Guard attend a rally against a rise of "Roma crime" in Budapest


More than 1,000 supporters of Hungary's far-right Jobbik party protested on Friday against what they say is a rise in serious crimes committed by Roma people.
Jobbik, which defines itself as a "national Christian party" and fights against "Roma crime", hopes to make political gains following increasingly public demonstrations of antagonism against the largest minority in Hungary, the Roma.

"This problem (of crime) is swept under the carpet, this must be tackled," said Imre Torok, 39, a captain of the Hungarian Guard, a radical nationalist organisation.

About 100-200 members of the Guard in black uniforms also attended the protest. The group is backed by Jobbik.

"Unfortunately, the number of crimes committed by Roma people has increased significantly and this is a matter of public security," Torok told Reuters at the rally.

Hungary has one of the largest Roma communities in eastern Europe, making up 5 to 7 percent of the population of 10 million. For decades, they have remained on the margins, lacking jobs and proper education and their prospects deteriorated after the fall of communism when heavy industries collapsed.

A deepening recession and loss of jobs across the Hungarian economy this year worsens their chances of finding a way out from social deprivation.

Jobbik had 4 percent support among decided voters in an opinion poll by Szonda Ipsos in January and their growing support raises chances of the party winning a seat in European Parliament elections in June, analysts have said.

The murder of a Romanian handball player in Hungary last weekend in which the suspects are Roma triggered further tensions and public demonstrations against Roma.

The minority Socialist government, whose popularity has slumped since 2006 due to tax rises and failed reforms, has said more public works programmes and a strong police are needed.
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Maybe, Hungary should do as the Germans, by giving the Roma national citizenship. This way, Roma crime would disappear from the statistics
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Neo-Nazis Rally In Budapest To Mark WW2 Battle `Europe`s old inhabitants, losing their traditions, have been reduced to existing here on the margins,` said Janos Endre Domokos.




Members of Neo-nazi group Blood and Honour` commemorates the `Day of Pride` in Budapest`s Heroes Square

About two thousand neo-Nazis from across Europe marked the anniversary of a World War Two battle in Budapest on Saturday and called for the continent to protect itself from foreign influence.
Several groups mark every year what they call "the Day of Honour", when German and Hungarian troops tried to break out of the Hungarian capital, besieged by the Soviet army, in 1945. The event normally attracts a few hundred people.

"Europe's old inhabitants, losing their traditions, have been reduced to existing here on the margins," said Janos Endre Domokos, who heads Pax Hungarica, one of the organisers.

The far-right has gained some support in Hungary since the global financial crisis struck. Over 1,000 supporters of the Jobbik party protested on Friday against what they said was a rise in crimes committed by Romas, Hungary's largest minority.

On Saturday, police said they had detained five people, four because they were carrying equipment which could be used as weapons.


this one is Blood and Honour !!! not Comedy 18
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Several Jewish organizations have asked Hungarian Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany to act against the guard...
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more good news!!!!!!!!!
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...On 7 December, in Szigetvár, police officers took Géza S. and his wife, who are Roma, to the police station for questioning. "They pushed us into the car and kept repeating: ‘you are going to die now filthy gypsies,’" Géza S. told the Roma Press Center. He also stated that he and his wife were questioned in separate rooms where five officers reportedly beat them in the course of one-and-a-half hours in order to extract their "confessions" to thefts which had occurred on 25 November. The ill-treatment stopped when the victims managed to produce train tickets proving that they had not been in town on the particular date. They were released shortly afterwards. Géza S. was subsequently admitted to a hospital, where he received treatment for kidney, lung and corrugation injuries. The Baranya County Prosecutor Investigation Bureau initiated an investigation into the case.

Relatively very few cases of police ill-treatment of Roma ever result in prosecution of those suspected of human rights violations. On 21 July, the European Court of Human Rights found that the Hungarian Government had violated the European Convention on Human Rights in the case of Sandor Balogh v. Hungary. The case concerns ill-treatment in custody which occurred on 9 August 1995 in Oroshaza police station, where Sandor Balogh had been interrogated for several hours. During the questioning he was repeatedly slapped by the officers across the face and his left ear and punched...
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I am curious why Hungary is not highlighted more by the White community with the obvious movement from within to combat the Jew and its inherent cancerous effect on White society. Hungary has upset Israeli "news commentors" Some Jew commentators seem to be trying to shift the focus on gypsies. Does anyone closer than I to Hungarian politics or life have any insight on this? Much positive stuff has already been posted in this thread.
 
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...The region’s old hatreds, supposedly laid to rest by EU membership, have been reanimated. Jobbik campaigns against “Gypsy crime”; the Slovak National Party and the Greater Romania Parties denounce their homelands’ ethnic Hungarian minority; and Ataka, Bulgaria’s ultra-nationalist party, attacks, verbally, that country’s ethnic Turks...

...I knew that Roma houses are frequently firebombed. But I did not imagine that gunmen would lie in wait as a terrified father fled his burning home with his five-year-old son and then open fire, killing both...
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'Proud Hungarians must prepare for war against the Jews'
By Yehuda Lahav
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"Given our current situation, anti-Semitism is not just our right, but it is the duty of every Hungarian homeland lover, and we must prepare for armed battle against the Jews."

This quote appeared in a newsletter published by an organization calling itself "The trade union of Hungarian police officers prepared for action".

Hungarian law allows police officers to organize in trade unions of their own. The union - by its own definition - aims to protect the professional interests of those unionized, and not to partake in political activity.

However, the law does not prevent the union from distributing a newsletter, the content of which is at the discretion of its editor, and its editor alone.

The editor of the "prepared for action" union, Judit Szima (who also serves as the secretary-general of the union) didn't see anything wrong with the content of the article quoted above. It is little wonder, given the fact that the union has signed a cooperation agreement with the radical right wing Hungarian party "Jobbik" (Movement for better Hungary) which backs and operates the extremist paramilitary movement "Hungarian Guard" and warns against the "gypsy crime" - in effect trying to terrorize Hungary's gypsy community, as well as its Jewish community or anyone else they don't like.

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Jobbik: Meet the BNP's fascist friends in Hungary

As the electoral triumph of the BNP shocks the main political parties in Britain, our correspondent reports on the rise of the extreme right in Hungary and among its Eastern European neighbours

Eastern Europe is hurtling back to the future, nowhere more than in Hungary. This week, Jobbik, the far right party, allied to Britain’s BNP, won 14.8 per cent of the vote in the European elections. This gave the party, also known as the Movement for a Better Hungary, nearly as many votes as the ruling socialists, securing them three seats in the European Parliament. Budapest’s chattering classes are in a state of shock.

Once again the language of the 1930s is shaping political discourse. The region’s old hatreds, supposedly laid to rest by EU membership, have been reanimated. Jobbik campaigns against “Gypsy crime”; the Slovak National Party and the Greater Romania Parties denounce their homelands’ ethnic Hungarian minority; and Ataka, Bulgaria’s ultra-nationalist party, attacks, verbally, that country’s ethnic Turks.

Watching the election results, I realised that life can indeed imitate art. Which is especially unsettling as I have just written a thriller about an extreme-right takeover of Eastern Europe, under the guise of the European super-state. The Budapest Protocol draws on my years of reporting from the region for The Times. It conjures up a dark world where a continent-wide conspiracy, rooted in the last days of the Second World War, exploits collapsing economies, endemic corruption, soaring poverty and violent crime and foments hatred against the Roma (Gypsies) to undermine already shaky democracies and take power.

Even before the election results, reality trumped my imaginary scenarios. I knew that Roma houses are frequently firebombed. But I did not imagine that gunmen would lie in wait as a terrified father fled his burning home with his five-year-old son and then open fire, killing both. That happened in February when Robert Csorba and his son Robika were murdered in Tatárszentgyörgy, central Hungary. They were buried in the same coffin, Robika resting on his father’s chest. In April Jeno Koka was killed in Tiszalök, eastern Hungary, the fifth Roma to die violently in the past few months. Koka, a 54-year-old grandfather, had just said goodnight to his wife Eva and was setting off for work when he was felled by a shot to his chest. He bled to death a few yards from his door.

Roma activists claim that a hit squad is operating, and witnesses talk of masked men and mysterious SUVs that roar off in the night. There are disturbing similarities between the murders: the killers usually target the last house in the village to make a quick getaway. The murders are planned with military precision, say the Hungarian police. The police chief, József Bencze, has 100 investigators working on the murders. The FBI and Hungary’s military intelligence service have been called in. A new rapid-response mechanism can lock down any part of the country within five minutes of a new attack being reported. But there have been no arrests.

Robika Csorba was born in 2004, the year that Hungary and its neighbours joined the European Union. But any dreams of a new era of tolerance have longed turned sour. In March this year, in Košice, Slovakia, police officers forced six Roma teenage boys aged between 11 and 16 to strip naked, kiss and hit each other across the face, after they were arrested for stealing a purse. The police recorded this on their mobile telephones and also filmed the boys’ genitals. The footage shows the terrified boys looking back and forth at the laughing police for instructions as they hit each other. The police mock them for not being violent enough and threaten the boys with dogs.

In November 2008, in the neighbouring Czech Republic, hundreds of activists from the extreme right Workers Party attacked a Roma settlement in Litvinov, north of Prague, armed with cobblestones and petrol bombs. Hundreds of Roma gathered, ready to confront the extremists. Czech police deployed 1,000 riot officers between the skinheads and the Roma but the running battle lasted for hours and 15 people were injured. Last month the extreme right Czech National Party even called for a “final solution” to the Gypsy issue in a television campaign advertisement for the European Union elections.

In my novel the conspiracy plans to wipe out the Roma with a fictional genetically engineered drug. That was inspired by my investigation for The Times into an actual decades-long, state-run campaign to stop Gypsy women having children. I travelled to a small village in eastern Slovakia where Gypsy women had been sterilised without their consent. In Europe, in 2003, I found levels of poverty and deprivation usually seen in the developing world and an officially sanctioned policy of apartheid. The Slovak half of the village was clean and tidy, its spacious houses built of brick and concrete and painted white. The Roma were confined to draughty hovels of wood and earth, which they built themselves, on the outskirts. They had no heating, electricity, gas, water or even sewage.

Inside one of the hovels we met Zita. She was 23 and illiterate. Like almost all Roma women, she dreamt of a large family. For Roma, the family is of supreme importance, the axle on which their world turns. Zita had given birth to her second child, a daughter, by Caesarean section. Still groggy, she was presented with a piece of paper to sign by a nurse. She told us: “They gave me a paper to sign, but I don’t know what it said because I cannot read or write. I was in pain after the operation. My signature is three crosses and I signed with that. After the operation, a nurse came and explained that I will not have any more children. I felt very bad. I started to cry.”

Activists believe that hundreds of Romany women were coercively sterilised during the communist regime and its aftermath. They were subjected to segregation in wards, waiting rooms, toilets, washing and dining facilities. They were often verbally or physically abused and were denied access to their medical records. Their hospital files were often stamped with an “R”. Zita’s husband, Krystian, said: “They think that the Roma are devils and they can do what they want with us.” The last documented case took place in 2007, according to Ostalinda Maya Ovalle, of the European Roma Rights Centre, based in Budapest. Not a single woman has yet been compensated.

Much of the support for the far Right is a protest vote: against incompetent governments, widespread corruption and the continuing economic influence of old communist elites, reborn as democrats with better suits and their fingers in the European Union subsidies till. It’s easy to sidestep political institutions when they have little popular support. Jobbik benefited from a fury at the government that makes the anger in Britain over MPs’ expenses seems genteel. It dates back to September 2006, when Ferenc Gyurcsány, the former prime minister, admitted that the Government had been consistently lying about the economy.

Hungary was convulsed by a week of violent protests and riots, the worst instability since the failed 1956 uprising. The police were either incompetent or brutal, failing to control the violence or clubbing protesters senseless. Protesters occupied Kossuth Square in front of Parliament, camping out and cooking great pots of goulash. A minority were extremists, but most were just normal people, furious at a political class of former communists that for years have enriched themselves and impoverished the country.

That rage has grown louder and more vociferous, as crime rises and feelings of insecurity, especially in the countryside, strengthen. Jobbik is expert at channelling public anger, away from political institutions and on to the streets. It also has a uniformed wing, the Magyar Gárda (Hungarian Guard). Its several thousand members wear black paramilitary-style uniforms and march in formation. They target villages, protesting against “Gypsy crime”. In December 2007 the Gárda held a rally at Tatárszentgyörgy, where Robert and Robika Csorba were killed in February 2009. Gárda leaders condemned the crime and there is no evidence that its members were involved. Critics say that the Gárda’s uniforms are similar to those of the Arrow Cross, the Hungarian Nazi movement, which killed tens of thousands of Jews. Jobbik strongly denies that it is anti-Semitic and has condemned the Holocaust. “We are not against anyone, just for Hungary,” its leaders say. Their uniforms are not paramilitary, but are based on the traditional outfits of Hungarian folk dancers. Maybe, but folk dancers don’t march in military formation. An allied website — jobbik.net — carries a lengthy article explaining how Hungary is a “Jewish colony”.

The Gárda is Jobbik’s masterstroke. Anti-Roma sentiment soared after two murders allegedly carried out by groups of Roma. In October 2006, Lajos Szögi, a teacher, was driving his daughters through the village of Olaszliszka, in northern Hungary, when his car brushed against a Roma girl. He got out to check that she was all right. The girl ran away. Szögi was surrounded by a mob, including the girl’s father, mother and brother. He was beaten to death in front of his young daughters. In February, Marian Cozma, a star handball player, was stabbed to death after a fight in a nightclub in Veszprém, western Hungary. Cozma and his team-mates had gone to the rescue of a barmaid being beaten by a group of men. Two team-mates were severely injured. Such events cause widespread fury and disgust: both at the perpetrators and the failure of the police to protect ordinary citizens.

In an already shaky democracy, these feelings of insecurity, whether genuinely rooted or imagined, are the weakest part of the social contract between citizens and the state. In my novel, the conspiracy reintroduces the Gendarmerie, the national paramilitary police force that in 1944 forced half a million Jews on the trains to Auschwitz. The Gendarmerie was disbanded after the Second World War. Its return is now a major plank of Jobbik’s platform. Last month Jobbik caused uproar when it signed a “co-operation” agreement with the Independent Police Trade Union, a radical group with almost 5,000 members. Consider: thousands of armed public servants, responsible for law and order and public security, are now allied with a far-Right political party with its own uniformed guard. There is a whiff of the Weimar Republic here.

Across Eastern Europe, there are murderous attacks on the Roma minority, a fury with the political class, soaring poverty and unemployment, worries of economic collapse, fear that the street not parliament may be where the country’s future will be decided, and dynamic new forces of extremists driving a wedge between citizens and the state. In Hungary, Roma villagers have already formed self-defence squads to patrol their homesteads at night.

All the ingredients are in place for a long hot summer of social unrest. Disturbingly, that is not fiction, but fact.

The Budapest Protocol by Adam Lebor is published by Reportage Press at Ł11.99. To order it for Ł10.79 inc p&p call 0845 2712134 or visit www.timesonline.co.uk/booksfirst

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Hungarian Cops prepare for war against Jews

'Proud Hungarians must prepare for war against the Jews'
By Yehuda Lahav
Ha-aretz

"Given our current situation, anti-Semitism is not just our right, but it is the duty of every Hungarian homeland lover, and we must prepare for armed battle against the Jews."

This quote appeared in a newsletter published by an organization calling itself "The trade union of Hungarian police officers prepared for action".

Hungarian law allows police officers to organize in trade unions of their own. The union - by its own definition - aims to protect the professional interests of those unionized, and not to partake in political activity.

However, the law does not prevent the union from distributing a newsletter, the content of which is at the discretion of its editor, and its editor alone.

The editor of the "prepared for action" union, Judit Szima (who also serves as the secretary-general of the union) didn't see anything wrong with the content of the article quoted above. It is little wonder, given the fact that the union has signed a cooperation agreement with the radical right wing Hungarian party "Jobbik" (Movement for better Hungary) which backs and operates the extremist paramilitary movement "Hungarian Guard" and warns against the "gypsy crime" - in effect trying to terrorize Hungary's gypsy community, as well as its Jewish community or anyone else they don't like.

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Typical MSM hypocrisy. They completely ignore that it is their hostile agenda of race-replacement in every white nation that leads to unrest. "...Anyone else they don't like" - please, the jews are well known as the greatest haters, thieves, and murderers in history who will destroy without any regret those who oppose them.
 
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'Proud Hungarians must prepare for war against the Jews'

By Yehuda Lahav

"Given our current situation, anti-Semitism is not just our right, but it is the duty of every Hungarian homeland lover, and we must prepare for armed battle against the Jews."

This quote appeared in a newsletter published by an organization calling itself "The trade union of Hungarian police officers prepared for action".

Hungarian law allows police officers to organize in trade unions of their own. The union - by its own definition - aims to protect the professional interests of those unionized, and not to partake in political activity.

However, the law does not prevent the union from distributing a newsletter, the content of which is at the discretion of its editor, and its editor alone.

The editor of the "prepared for action" union, Judit Szima (who also serves as the secretary-general of the union) didn't see anything wrong with the content of the article quoted above. It is little wonder, given the fact that the union has signed a cooperation agreement with the radical right wing Hungarian party "Jobbik" (Movement for better Hungary) which backs and operates the extremist paramilitary movement "Hungarian Guard" and warns against the "gypsy crime" - in effect trying to terrorize Hungary's gypsy community, as well as its Jewish community or anyone else they don't like.

Szima is the Jobbik candidate in the upcoming election for the European Union parliament, to be held June 7.

She has been removed from her post in the police force ahead of the election, but continues to serve as the union's secretary general.
The author of the article, which focuses on the duty of every Hungarian patriot to adopt anti-Semitism, did not stop at one.

The following issue of the newsletter included another of his articles, in which he argued "I am in favor of peaceful solutions. But a peaceful solution could only be implemented if our Zionist government were to relocate to Tel Aviv, as it is them who are calling for war."

"A crumbling country, torn apart by Hungarian-Gypsy civil war, could easily be claimed by the rich Jews," the article went on to say. "That is why we should expect a Hungarian-Gypsy civil war, fomented by Jews as they rub their hands together with pleasure."

This article elicited an official complaint filed with the prosecution, arguing that it contained incitement against minority groups. The prosecution rejected the complaint, stating that it did not call for violence against Jews or Gypsies, but rather called to defend against these groups' probable attack.

The "prepared for action" union affair is a testament to the state of racist incitement and anti-Semitism in Hungary. It has emerged that the union boasts more than 4,000 members, some 10 percent of the total number of police officers in Hungary. It is believed that in Budapest, the capital, the numbers are higher. This is not to say that all the union members harbor the same racist views held by its primary spokespeople and leaders - in most cases members join the union simply to protect their personal rights - but the Hungarian government and justice system can't, or won't, take action to separate the union's lawful protection of policemen's rights and its detestable political activities.

For example, after the recent resignation of prime minister Ferenc Gyurcsány, one of the candidates for the post was Gyorgy Suranyi, formerly the governor of the Hungarian Central Bank, a brilliant economist, and (unfortunately) a Jew.

The extreme right Hungarian Justice and Life party published on the front page of its newsletter a picture of Suranyi's face inside a yellow star of David (reminiscent of the yellow patch from the days of Fascism) with the following caption: "Suranyi is actually the candidate backed by the elderly [Israeli President] Shimon Peres. The takeover deal announced by the Israeli leader has now reached the stage in which a Jewish Hungarian prime minister is required. The deal has been in the works for many months." (The Forum referred to the unfortunate remark made by Peres recently, when he described the success of Israel's economy by saying "we are buying out Manhattan, Poland, Hungary...")

One of the two main reasons for the Hungarian authorities' failure in the face of racism and anti-Semitism is the fact that there are many right-wing elements within the government, who secretly or outright support the racist views and refuse to battle their perpetrators seriously. The other reason is that during the regime change of the 90s, the lawmakers viewed freedom of speech and expression as an absolute priority, and to this day don't provide protection to the victims of the misuse of this freedom

http://www.haaretz.com/hasen/spages/1089550.html
 
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Typical MSM hypocrisy. They completely ignore that it is their hostile agenda of race-replacement in every white nation that leads to unrest. "...Anyone else they don't like" - please, the jews are well known as the greatest haters, thieves, and murderers in history who will destroy without any regret those who oppose them.
It is impossible to overestimate the degree to which stoopid goyim have been conditioned to see things only from the POV of the jew.
 
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Hungarian police union links to far-right party

June 14, 2009

BUDAPEST (JTA) -- A Hungarian law enforcement officers' trade union has announced a wide-ranging collaboration accord with a far-right political party.

The accord with the Jobbik party appears to be in serious breach of the country's constitution, which enshrines that the security services be apolitical. Jobbik won nearly 15 percent of the vote in last week's European Parliament elections, and the formal link between the party and union has added to the concerns among Hungarian Jewry.

The New York-based Anti-Defamation League in a letter to Hungarian Prime Minister Gordon Bajnai over the weekend expressed its deep distress over the recent developments.

The union, called Tettrekesz -- Hungarian for "ready for action” and made up of some 5,300 active police officers -- has issued anti-Semitic statements in the past. Jobbik operates a private army that occasionally has clashed with the police.

The accord is ambiguous, with the union publicly promising to advise the party in the development of its law-and-order policy, and the party vowing to incorporate the major objectives of the union in its political program.

Tibor Draskovics, the minister of public order, has directed the police to investigate. Jozsef Bence, the chief of police, has passed the case on for action to the Directorate of Public Prosecution.

Until recently Judit Szima, the secretary general of Tettrekesz, enjoyed immunity from prosecution while she occupied the fourth position on Jobbik’s list of candidates in the EU elections. But her immunity was lifted as the party captured only three seats in the new European Parliament.

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Hungarian far-right activist facing terror charges

June 21, 2009

BUDAPEST (JTA) -- Hungary arrested a far-right activist and leader of the country's neo-Nazi movement on terrorism charges.

Gyorgy Budahazy, who was charged on several counts of arson and instigation to murder, has declined to cooperate with the investigation and threatened to counter-sue the attorney general.

Hungarian investigators believe they have established a link between Budahazy and the terrorist organization Hungarian Arrows, which has claimed responsibility for several recent arson attacks. The name of the organization is a reference to the Hungarian Arrow-Cross, a Nazi military organization that murdered tens of thousands of Jews during the Holocaust.

Budahazy was present last week at the signing of collaboration accords between Jobbik, a Hungarian neo-Nazi party, and several radical rightist youth organizations.

Budahazy is believed to have established a terror unit in 2007 to spread fear among leftist politicians. Shots fired at the home of Istvan Hiller, the Socialist education minister, and an arson attack on the property of Janos Koka, a Liberal politician and the minister of commerce at the time, allegedly were intended to influence parliamentary debate on health-care reforms and the national budget.

Hungarian Arrows is blamed for these as well as three similar attacks and other incidents.

Budahazy's arrest is the fifth linked to a police raid on a house in April that uncovered an arsenal of weapons and a bomb-making factory, including several devices thought to have been intended for use on the homes of politicians.
 
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