Where is democracy and rule of law most prominent, Budapest or Brussels? ‘What a question!’ would be the response of both the mainstream media and the majority of EU MEPs. After all, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has been demonised for years and like his anti-globalist neighbour Belarus President Lukashenko portrayed by the gutter Press as a dictator. Our comparison makes it clear that the facts show just the opposite.
Dubbed ‘The Charm Cannon of Orbán’ by Dutch media, Hungarian Justice Minister Judit Varga is also an accomplished violin player and she is not afraid about displaying her skills in public. On Sunday, she posted on Facebook a short video of her playing the violin at the opening of an art exhibition in Fertőd, Western Hungary, near the Austrian border.
The Visegrád Four (Hungary, Slovakia, the Czech Republic and Poland) are interested in each other’s success, stability and rise, said Zsolt Németh, head of the Hungarian Parliament’s foreign affairs committee.
‘I do not know why one should meddle in the laws of the Hungarians,’ says Babiš about Hungary’s law banning promotion of LGBT in school.
After the Hungarian football teams refused to take the knee to the LGBT lobby, UEFA has punished the Hungarian national football team. The team, one of the best in Europe will be obliged to play three home matches in front of empty stands, one of them conditionally.
After nearly fifty years in the red, Hungary’s net external financial position could finally show a positive balance as early as 2024, Finance Minister Mihály Varga said in a Facebook post.
BELGRADE (Sputnik) – The retreating coronavirus pandemic may soon be replaced by another crisis in Europe as the current situation in Afghanistan risks reigniting uncontrollable waves of migration, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said on Thursday.
After the Hungarian Parliament passed a bill on paedophilia, one of the elements of which is the prohibition of sexual propaganda aimed at minors, the globalist opinion system is stirring up emotions with unprecedented brutality, economist László Bogár writes in a column in daily Magyar Hírlap.
THE SIGNIFICANCE of the four Central European States is that Visegrád would be the 17th largest economy in the world, with twice the growth of the EU, and most people in the EU work in the region after Germany.
Hungary awarded first price in short Documentary „Genozid in Engerau“ („Népirtás Pozsonyligetfalun“)
Hungary awarded first price in short Documentary FW: Auch im Namen der Eltern, Dank an Ungarn für den Film „Genozid in Engerau“ („Népirtás Pozsonyligetfalun“).
It is extremely important that suppressed Atrocities committed by the “Allies” are being exposed to the world.