Saturday, 6 October 2012

Hungarians Hunt Bolsheviks

Jobbik, several patriotic organizations, including the Hungarian Guard and Kurultaj organizers held a rally this afternoon at the houses of two war criminals that still alive, Bela Biszku and György Mátsik. The two Boshevik monsters are heavily involved in the post-1956 reprisals including the murder of innocent civilians and even minors.

Biszku and Mátsik, the soul-mates of Gyurcsany, Bajnai, Kovacs and other Bolshevik traitors have no remorse and even today they don't regret what they have done. They live well on higher than average retirement pension while their victims are struggling to earn their daily bread.

About 2000 people, including Jobbik members of parliament showed up at György Mátsik's house with protest signs and flags.

In the mostly young crowd, also appeared many older people. They told that they came to the rally because their relatives were imprisoned and murdered by these monsters in the post-revolutionary reprisals.

One of the speakers of the event was Kurultaj organizer, anthropologist Zsolt András Bíró; he said we should fight even if there was no hope, but in the current situation there is hope. It is a shame that 22 years after the collapse of communism we still have to fight to bring the traitors, who murdered countless Hungarian patriots, to justice.

Jobbik deputy György Szilagyi said there are people in this country who do not accept that former Communists govern the country. Hungarians are humiliated on a daily bases while minorities and Hungarian-haters enjoy privileges even in the judiciary said the Jobbik politician. Then, he added patriot groups should join forces because only together can the traitors be defeated.

The crowd then marched to Biszku's house where MEP Krisztina Morvai, Tamas Gaudi-Nagy, Előd Novák and others joined the demonstrators.


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