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I was surprised by how grimy and sooty Budapest was. So many of its buildings, once gorgeous, were in an advanced state of decay. This city looked better before World War II, for sure, and certainly a century ago. Since escaping Communism, Budapest is regaining its glories, though not at the same pace as Prague. There’s a peculiar local fad called ruin pubs, where hip types can drink and dance in these half wrecked buildings. Too creaky to boogie, I only glimpsed them from the outside, but they didn’t look half bad.

Antique Budapest Building.  Credit: Linh Dinh

Antique Budapest Building. Credit: Linh Dinh

Decaying Building in Budapest.  Credit: Linh Dinh

Decaying Building in Budapest. Credit: Linh Dinh

In the subway concourses, there were many homeless, and they stayed there all day. Other aimless types loitered. The underground shops offered food, drinks, magazines and flowers. Some were owned by Chinese. At street level, there were many gyro shops run by Greeks, Turks or just plain Hungarians. According to the 2011 census, 7.3% of Budapest residents were foreign-born, but most were just ethnic Hungarians arriving from Romania, Serbia and Ukraine.

Homeless person in Budapest Subway Concourse.  Credit: Linh Dinh.

Homeless person in Budapest Subway Concourse. Credit: Linh Dinh.

Before World War II, there were 200,000 Jews in Budapest and they had the largest synagogue in all of Europe. Half would be massacred by Germans and their Hungarian allies. In the countryside, a Jew’s chance of survival was even worse. Many Gypsies were also killed. Estimates of Gypsies in Hungary range from 3.1 to more than 10%. Thanks to a high birthrate, that percentage is constantly increasing.

Many of the most famous Hungarians were, well, not Hungarian, as in Magyar. Franz Liszt was German. Bela Bartok was half German and a quarter Serbian. Houdini, Robert Capa, Arthur Koestler and André Kertész were Jews.

Hungary has gotten much bad press lately because of Viktor Orban. Newsweek compared him to Mussolini, and John McCain described him as “a neo-fascist dictator getting in bed with Vladimir Putin.” When Orban became Prime Minister in 1998, he integrated Hungary into NATO so was seen as snugly in the Western camp, but with his second stint as Hungary’s leader, from 2010 to now, Orban has made some bold moves against both Brussels and Washington. What has been most highlighted and lambasted is Orban’s stance on the current refugee/illegal immigrant crisis, but some of his other decisions are even more rebellious against the hegemony of the AngloZionists, to borrow a term from the Saker.

Orban rejected the IMF’s austerity measures, increased Hungary’s oversight over its Central Bank, raised taxes for all banks and, in 2013, even kicked out the International Monetary Fund. Orban’s moves against banksters have not been foregrounded by the international press because banksters and their allies don’t want you to think too much about their rampant criminal activities.

In defiance of the AngloZionists’ effort to isolate Russia, Orban’s government agreed in 2014 to have South Stream go through Hungary. This Russian gas pipeline would also have crossed Turkey’s territorial waters, Bulgaria, Serbia, Greece, Slovenia and Austria. Though it would have benefited all of Europe, South Stream was scuttled by our global elites through pressure on Bulgaria. In contrast to Hungary’s decision, Poland has gone out of its way to avoid relying on Russian natural gas by arranging in 2006 to buy from distant Qatar. Thanks to a delay in the construction of a sea terminal, Poland still hasn’t quaffed any Qatar liquefied natural gas, though it’s already paying through its nose due to contractual obligations. Huffing the Russian stuff costs a lot less.

Besides seeking closer ties with Russia, Orban has repeatedly stressed that sanctions against Russia hurts all European countries. What he’s advocating, then, is a Europe that must look out for its own interests in defiance of the suicide diktats from the AngloZionists.

In 2011, Orban banned GMO crops from Hungary and destroyed 1,000 acres of corn planted with Monsanto seeds.

Also of note is Orban’s reaching out to Hungarians in neighboring countries. His government has provided monetary aid and even citizenship to all ethnic Hungarians (with the stipulation that one must speak the language to be naturalized). Thanks to the vindictive Treaty of Trianon after World War I, Hungary lost 71% of its land and 66% of its people. Not even Germany was truncated so ruthlessly.

Orban’s government has revoked tax-exemption status from most Hungarian religious organizations, including all versions of Muslim, Buddhist, Hindu and Baha’i, all but three Jewish synagogues, as well as many Christian orders or denominations such as Opus Dei, Benedictines, Marists, Carmelites, Mormons, Jehovah’s Witnesses, Seventh Day Adventists, Episcopalians and Methodists. The only ones to receive state recognition and support are those deemed traditional to Hungarian society.

Echoing Putin and other leaders, Orban has condemned NGOs as a fifth column. Though as a young man, Orban received a four-month scholarship from the Soros Foundation to study in Oxford, he is fingering the Budapest-born Soros as an unwelcome meddler in Hungary and the rest of Europe. Thanks for the chump change, George, but bugger off!


What you have, then, is a nationalist leader, and in Europe, we haven’t seen one in a long while who’s so unapologetic without sounding shrill. In his speeches and interviews, Orban explains himself quite clearly and candidly. To Die Weltwoche, a Swiss newspaper, Orban said in November of 2015, “There are terms and concepts which for a long time could not be uttered, but which are once again beginning to form part of public discourse. For example, ‘borders’—are they good or bad? We can once again say that they have their good sides. Or ‘nation’: this word can once again be used in a positive sense. “Christianity”: most European leaders – including myself – are advised not to use this word too frequently, because most Europeans no longer feel Christian. Now, however, this word is once again returning to political debates. Or ‘pride,’ as in ‘the pride of a nation’: once again it has become a legitimate expression. A positive consequence of the migration crisis is that once again we are attempting to talk openly about our continent’s identity—more freely than in the past two decades.”

The refugee/illegal immigration crisis has also exposed the impotence of the European Union, “This negative impression over the EU’s helplessness already existed before the migration crisis. The citizens of Europe saw it during the financial crisis and the crisis over Greece. They criticized their politicians for not being able to find a way out of the financial crisis. The stagnation of our national economies is still evident […] European citizens are convinced that their leaders are not effective. The migration crisis has, however, created a new impression. This is not related to effectiveness, but to democracy.”

With citizens having no inputs, and most European leaders unable to make decisions in their nation’s interests, one is left to wonder who are behind all this mayhem? Orban, “It is hard to shake off this thought. We were debating for months, but the outcome was always the same: ‘Let the people in.’ And on top of this, in the first few months, for some reason no one was able to say out loud that this is an issue of the utmost importance for Europe. For months it was first regarded as a humanitarian issue, and then as a technical problem as to where the refugees should be settled and how they should be distributed. No one raised the question of whether the essence of the matter is more about our existence, our cultural identity and our way of life. I do not know for certain what is actually happening, and I do not want to blame anyone; but the suspicion arises that none of this is happening by chance. I am not brave enough to publicly talk about this as a certainty; the suspicion inevitably emerges, however, that there is some kind of master plan behind this.”

The same elites who’ve weakened, if not destroyed, countries in the Middle East, North Africa, Europe and elsewhere have done so to the United States itself, and it has all been executed by design, for it’s easier to rule and rob prostrated and confused populations. The master plan is to reduce citizens of whatever nation to disposable cogs that must compete for the lowest wages and be chained to lifelong debts, as dished out by criminal banks. In the United States, farcical elections are held with sustained fanfare to give an increasingly angry populace an illusion of political participation. Whoever is propped up as “President,” the military banking complex, Anglo Zionists or American Empire, call them what you will, will continue their rampage worldwide while eviscerating their host nation.

Is there an alternative? Orban sees the world as having changed radically since the 2008 financial crisis, and there’s no recovery, in his view. Though guarded in his statements, he’s prepping Hungary for life beyond the collapse of both Washington and the European Union. In the meantime, Orban is straddling East and West. In August of 2014, Hungary was caught sending about 80 T-72 tanks to the Ukraine. Dumped for just $8,500 a piece, it hardly seems worth it to antagonize Russia. The Pentagon has also announced it will send heavy weapons and tanks to Hungary. Perhaps Orban will use these new tanks to retake the TransCarpathian as Ukraine weakens even further.

Joining NATO in 1999, Hungary participated in the embargo of Yugoslavia, and for the American wars on Afghanistan and Iraq, it sent 360 then 300 troops, respectively. After aiding the American Empire, Hungary is dodging the consequence by rejecting legitimate refugees. Orban was disingenuous, then, when he claimed, “We did not destroy the countries from which migrants are coming. We did not bomb anyone. We did not invite anyone here. And now those who dropped the bombs and sent out invitations want to settle them here. Is this fair?” Orban has evolved from a US-groomed protégé to a critic of Uncle Sam. He has matured.

It’s interesting that in all former Communist countries, citizens have rejected any globalist vision, as embraced by the left, to elect nationalist governments. American politicians also speak of defending the nation’s interests, but it’s only so much hot air from jerking puppets. With sane, intelligent voices drown out by incessant garbage, there’s no composure or wisdom in the public discourse. Instead, we get slogans or loutish insults. We dwell in a mad mental universe. In his 2013 Presidential Address, Vladimir Putin stated:

“Today, many nations are revising their moral values and ethical norms, eroding ethnic traditions and differences between peoples and cultures. Society is now required not only to recognize everyone’s right to the freedom of consciousness, political views and privacy, but also to accept without question the equality of good and evil, strange as it seems, concepts that are opposite in meaning. This destruction of traditional values from above not only leads to negative consequences for society, but is also essentially anti-democratic, since it is carried out on the basis of abstract, speculative ideas, contrary to the will of the majority, which does not accept the changes occurring or the proposed revision of values.

We know that there are more and more people in the world who support our position on defending traditional values that have made up the spiritual and moral foundation of civilization in every nation for thousands of years: the values of traditional families, real human life, including religious life, not just material existence but also spirituality, the values of humanism and global diversity.

Of course, this is a conservative position. But speaking in the words of Nikolai Berdyaev, the point of conservatism is not that it prevents movement forward and upward, but that it prevents movement backward and downward, into chaotic darkness and a return to a primitive state.

In recent years, we have seen how attempts to push supposedly more progressive development models onto other nations actually resulted in regression, barbarity and extensive bloodshed. This happened in many Middle Eastern and North African countries. This dramatic situation unfolded in Syria.”


These “progressive development models” are nothing but dignified cloaks to hide barbaric imperialism. The USSR worked the same way. Having never been subjugated and humiliated, Americans have only dished out, and not experienced, “chaotic darkness and a return to a primitive state,” but the elites that have destroyed so many lives worldwide are also working against us Americans, so a future of terror and degradation will be our lot unless we can muster up the collective will to challenge our criminal overlords. Sniping at each other, there’s no dialogue here, much less unity. It doesn’t look promising.

Linh Dinh is the author of two books of stories, five of poems, and a novel, Love Like Hate. He’s tracking our deteriorating socialscape through his frequently updated photo blog, Postcards from the End of America.

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  1. Wally [AKA "BobbyBeGood"] says: • Website

    “Before World War II, there were 200,000 Jews in Budapest and they had the largest synagogue in all of Europe. Half would be massacred by Germans and their Hungarian allies. In the countryside, a Jew’s chance of survival was even worse. Many Gypsies were also killed.”

    Pure Zionist propaganda nonsense. There’s no proof whatsoever for such ludicrous claims of ‘massacre’.

    The ‘6M & gas chambers’ are scientifically impossible frauds.
    see the ‘holocaust’ scam debunked here:
    No name calling, level playing field debate here:

    The ‘holocaust’ storyline is one of the most easily debunked narratives ever contrived. That is why those who question it are arrested and persecuted. That is why violent, racist, & privileged Jewish supremacists demand censorship. What sort of truth is it that crushes the freedom to seek the truth? Real truth needs no protection from scrutiny.

    • Replies: @Andrew E. Mathis
  2. Kiza says:

    You know, prof. Dinh, I am truly disappointed that Victor Orban has not received the honorary title of Hitler, which the Anglo-Zionists give out generously to all foreign leaders who defend the interests of their nations against the Anglo-Zionists. Right now, it is a veritable badge of honor to be called Hitler. So far Orban has only deserved a lukewarm characterization by the senator McInsane: “a neo-fascist dictator getting in bed with Vladimir Putin”. This is a major injustice because this Hitler is operating under even more difficult conditions than Putin, since Hungary is already a member of the EU and Russia never wants to be.

    It is also a huge irony that he would have never deserved this respectful honorary title when he brought Hungary into EU and NATO, then only after he realized that the Hungarian are being shafted by the rulers of the World and started defending the Hungarians. BTW, Just like Putin in Russia, Orban happens to be hugely popular in Hungary.

  3. enkidu says:

    While I like to read your texts, the part about Hungary losing so much territory and people is somewhat misleading. First, if one would look at the map of pre-WWI Europe, then one would clearly see that Austrian part of Austro-Hungarian Empire lost as much territory as Hungarian, too with many Austrians/Germans outside in Czechoslovakia, Poland, Yugoslavia and Hungary itself. But majority of the territory lost by Magyars and Austrians was inhabitated by other peoples – that is the difference between Germany or Bulgaria and Austro-Hungarian Empire.
    Moreover, especially those living in Hungarian part were subjugated in the last, say 50 years, to strong and increasing magyarization [which was also aimed albeit more mildly at Germans living in Hungary], which was already influencing the statistics, so the census of 1910 is not the best to evaluate how many ethnic Hungarians/Magyars became minorities abroad. This was so strong, that on the eve of WWI even primary schools [not to mention secondary schools or universities] were not in other languages but Hungarian, except for the youngest children.

    • Agree: Pseudonymic Handle
    • Replies: @Thirdeye
  4. Yevardian says:

    So Linh Dinh is referring to the ‘Anglozionists’ too now. My objection isn’t so much ideological as the fact that the term just sounds stupid. ‘Zionism’ as a term is so vague as to be meaningless, past a sense of ‘Jews whom I dislike’ what does it mean? What connection does Soroş’ funding of FEMEN have to do with Israeli land-grabbing for example? Does anyone think these Globalists have loyalty to any country or group?

    This article had some good nuggets but overall was somewhat disappointing. Linh Dinh is at his best when writing personal impressions and recounting anecdotes; there are enough broad geopolitical scribblings here.

    People want to know whether the migrants are still flooding there, how Westernised the average Magyar is, or how seriously stuff like Jobbik is taken. There was little of that other than some token comments about the homeless and gypsies, something that could be said of any eastern European country.

    • Replies: @xsa
    , @Art
  5. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    this linh dinh fallow really confused about his tribal ambicions.he is stating incorrectly that liszt is not Hungarian but german the name of liszt can not be more Hungarian, liszt was onehundred percent Hungarian geneticly.and german was Bela Bartok with his unicaly Hungarian name.What abot a Hungarian jews, what was jewis about them .the jews in hungary gorged themselves with inferior gentile genetics, so today they look like Europeans, with blue eyes white skin the eat Hungarian food not yidys food , speak Hungarian every aspect of they life is Hungarian. so what do they have left to claim that they are jewis, other than selfdeception. and if you realy want to slice it whu is whu Whu are the americans? the irish, the german, the French the Africans,and the so called jews with diluted genetics of a gojim. An advaice for you mr. on your neurotic jurney of becaming just remain a human beeing

  6. Renoman says:

    Bad enough to have to put up with the Gypsy’s let alone the Muslims too. A country can only stand so many free loaders. Nobody wants these people, find me someone living beside these people in Europe who wants them, I’m sure they don’t exist or if they do exist they live on the other side of town. There will be war and slaughter over this migrant crisis, White folks may look passive but don’t ever forget they are the meanest SOB’s in the valley.

    • Replies: @xsa
  7. It is instructive and refreshing to have realities about the West described by an Asian (I’m making assumptions about the name Linh Dinh) who comes off as well versed in the ways of the world.

  8. xsa says:

    Well Jobbik has like 20% of the vote and Fidesz is actually to the right of Trump so……………..

  9. xsa says:

    Well why do White Australians deserved to be wiped out by Asians just because East Asians have a few points higher IQ?

    • Replies: @Wizard of Oz
    , @Thirdeye
  10. You’re making the serious mistake of taking Putin at face value. Putin can not be trusted and actually is a fascist. He’s popular now, but so was Hitler at the same stage of the game.

    • Replies: @AndrewR
  11. gdpbull says:

    The Romanians have been the most shameless back-stabbing war profiteers in Europe. They waited until the last few months of WWI before they entered as a me-too on the side of the allies, and as a result got huge swaths of territory from Austria-Hungary, mostly ethnic Hungarian territory. Then, in WWII, they didn’t just surrender to the Soviets. They seamlessly switched sides. And after the War, they ethnically cleansed the Transylvania Austro-Germans. I actually had a Romanian friend tell me that entire ethnic German villages committed suicide. No really. When I asked if he really believed that, he looked at me with a blank stare, like it never crossed his mind that it was not true.

  12. ThereisaGod says: • Website

    Excellent article. Hungary is now an example to and a leader for Europe. Let us say the unsayable. One way or another we must bring down the criminal plutocracy that today appears to own the entire European and American political systems; the”AngloZionists”, the “Military Industrial Complex”, the “Synagogue of Satan”, the “International Jew” or whatever people decide to call them.

  13. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    I get so much out of your blog. Thank you very much Mr. Dinh.

    Grüße aus Leipzig (nach Leipzig, if you are still living here 😉

  14. Greg Bacon says: • Website

    Linh, please go back to your excellent ‘travelogues,’ that were a joy to read.

    If you’re going to delve into history, stay away from books published by those ‘Zionist’ publishing houses, as they play fast and loose with history, especially what did and what DIDN’T happen during WWII.

  15. utu says:

    {one is left to wonder who are behind all this mayhem? Orban, “It is hard to shake off this thought. We were debating for months, but the outcome was always the same: ‘Let the people in.’}

    This is the most important question. Who is wagging the dog. And why Merkel behaves as she does? Her actions do not make any sense. Orban however had info on impending crisis months before it reached its peak. They started building the fence (with Serbia) when there was no news on refugees yet. The peak of refugee flow came several months later and it occurred when Russia was officially moving to Syria. Was the faucet with refugees controlled by Erdogan to force Europeans to react to Russian intent to go to Syria? The refugees where coming in marching groups consisting in 70-80% of young men in good clothes. Who recruited and organized them in Turkey? How this recruitment was performed? Who provided maps and routes? Why Germany was the target? Who gave them money to pay the smugglers?

  16. AndrewR says:

    Lol. He can’t be trusted by whom? To do what? No one is expecting him to put non-Rus as ian interests above Russian interests. Putin has Russia’s best interests at heart since his own interests are largely tied to Russia. America’s interests are to a large extent aligned with Russia’s interests. It’s the globalists/Zionists we can’t trust since they pretend to care about the people of all countries but only care about themselves.

    • Agree: Seamus Padraig
  17. Rehmat says:

    The Newsweek is one of the top member of Israel Hasbara Committee. I bet if some day kosher Pope Francis dare to say some good words for Hizbullah, Newsweek would call Holy Sea Mussolini too.

    Budapest and Prague were both occupied by Judeo-Communists not long ago. Now Prague looks better because it’s railway station carry a statue of Sir Nicholas Winton, a Crypto Jew, who had been credited by UK’s Holocaust Industry saving 669 Jewish children.

    Budapest, on the other hand, has been accused of anti-Israel policies even though Viktor Orban had hugged and kissed Netanyahu on several occasions. Viktor Orban is also viewed as a hero by Europe’s anti-Muslim White and Jewish supremacist groups for refusing to admit Syrian Muslim refugees. Like Netanyahu, Orban too has built a fence to keep refugees out.

    However, in December 2015, Viktor Orban became Mussolini after traveling all the way to Qom (Iran) to meet Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatullah Ali Khamenei. He told the Leader: “Mutual understanding’ is the basis and foundation of lasting cooperation and given the prominent and respected standing of Iran in global equations, we hope to create opportunities for bilateral cooperation at different levels through your support.”

    The World Jewish Congress has been running anti-Hungary campaign for over decade. It has accused Budapest of not doing enough to counter hatred toward country’s Jewish community. It has also condemned Hungary’s rising opposition party Jobbik of spreading hatred against Israel and establishing close links with Iran.

  18. Sean says:

    What he’s advocating, then, is a Europe that must look out for its own interests

    Hungary is doing well economically and that is largely due to it having access to the EU market. But the EU is fundamentally at odds with national sovereignty. full blown dismantling of the borderless zone – where people and trade can move without restriction between 26 countries – would cause “unforeseeable damage” to continent’s beleaguered economies, Peter Szijjarto, Hungary’s foreign minister has said.
    “If the Schengen zone is going to be demolished or destroyed, then it will cause such serious economic damage that I don’t know how Europe is going to handle it”, Mr Szijjarto told The Telegraph

    Hungary is a small poor country trying to be friends with Russia because it has oil and but access to the EU market is something Hungary won’t give up any more than Britain of Poland will. Orban likes the borders that suit him but not others (the Schengen area) even though they are designed to deconstruct national economies and states.

  19. @Wally

    Your rigid refusal to accept any reasonable person’s criteria for proof is not the same as proof not existing.

    I’m here to keep reminding you of that.

    • Replies: @Drapetomaniac
    , @Rich
  20. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    There’s a great book that reminds me of Linh Dinh’s European articles “Walking the Woods and the Water”

    The author travels, on foot, all the way from Holland to Turkey. The stuff around Slovakia, Hungary, and Romania is incredible. They all hate and resent each other, and pockets of each ethnicity reside opposing countries. There are villages where, for instance, Hungarians, Slavs and Gypsies all live .. but live completely separate lives and go to separate bars etc. Another theme is the disappearance of aristocracy in the East – all the elegant estates are rubble, or converted to depressing post-Communist institutes.

    • Replies: @Yevardian
  21. “Orban explains himself quite clearly and candidly”

    Well that’s the kiss of death coming from Linh Dinh, who recently praised Osama Bin Laden’s lucid, concise prose. You’re in good company Viktor!

  22. anon • Disclaimer says:

    I am beginning to think the fall of the iron curtain was a terrible thing for east Europe. True, it kept them in, but it also kept Muslims and all other undesirables out. The iron curtain may have been a blessing in disguise.

    • Replies: @AP
  23. Yevardian says:

    Theodore Dalrymple’s ‘Journey through Europe’ was also very good, I think it dates 2006. That seems like an eon ago now.

    Who cares who whom the Nazis killed in the end. All of Europe was killing each other at that time.
    Leaders who despise each other hug and kiss all the time, again; who cares.

  24. @Andrew E. Mathis

    What is “any reasonable person’s criteria for proof”? Reasonable, criteria, and proof are weasel words.

  25. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    Rumania should hand Transylvania back to Hungary.

  26. Art says:

    ‘Zionism’ as a term is so vague as to be meaningless, past a sense of ‘Jews whom I dislike’ what does it mean?


    Really – “Zionism” is meaningless — you might ask the Palestinians.

    Zionism has 200 nukes facing the world!

    That sentence of yours is insulting pure propaganda.


  27. Rich says:
    @Andrew E. Mathis

    The problem is that in many countries it is against the law to even search for “reasonable” proof of the massacre of Jews in WWII. Since I know of no other historical event that is illegal to question, I am forced to question this one. If it was true, why wouldn’t people be allowed to question it? Is research into Napoleon’s ill-fated invasion of Russia, illegal? Is it illegal to research and question aspects of the Russian Gulag under communism? No, something is wrong when nations feel it necessary to imprison those who question aspects of historical events.

    • Replies: @Andrew E. Mathis
  28. @Rich

    Who told you that researching the Holocaust is illegal?

    • Replies: @Rehmat
    , @Art
  29. Rehmat says:
    @Andrew E. Mathis

    So you don’t know that “questioning Zionist narrative of Holocaust” is a crime in 15 European nations plus Israel. It carries three years in jail and heavy fine.

    The first victim of this barbaric law was French philosopher Roger Garaudy (d. 2012) for authoring the book, “The Founding Myths of Israeli Politics”. He was fined $40,000 for exposing the dark history of the Zionist entity.

    • Replies: @Andrew E. Mathis
  30. AP says:

    Muslims aren’t going there now. Poland, for example, is about .1% Muslim decades after the Iron Curtain fell.

    • Replies: @anon
  31. @xsa

    What did he say that made you think of that apparently 100 per cent irrelevant response?

  32. Art says:
    @Andrew E. Mathis

    Who told you that researching the Holocaust is illegal?

    Mathis – come on – you know the truth – if you look into the “holocaust” and find the truth and say so – in many Euro countries you go to jail. Six million Jews did not die in the ovens.

    You are just playing dishonest got-ya word games with us – get a life —- Art

  33. @Rehmat

    The law is a bad law, but it doesn’t outlaw “questioning the Zionist narrative.” I’m not a Zionist but I believe the standard history. Zionism has nothing to do with it.

    • Replies: @Rehmat
  34. rvg says: • Website

    Hungary should use its army to invade Transylvania and kick out the Rumanians who live there by bayonet point of necessary. Rumanians have IQs of 90 comparable to black people anyway.

    • Replies: @Yevardian
  35. rvg says:

    Ok their IQ is 95, but it is still 5 points lower than the Hungarian IQ, and Unz was advocating race replacing whites in Ivy Leagues by flooding them with Asians, like what happened in California, simply because East Asian IQ is 5 points lower than white IQ, so in Ron Unz’s view they are genetically inferior (though he does not say this out aloud, but this is implied).

  36. Yevardian says:

    Hungarians are a small minority within Transylvania at this point, though they are still granted generous levels of autonomy. Kind of dumb to argue atavistic hatreds when human-wave attacks of Mahometans are swarming across Europe.
    Romania school levels are at least 3 grades above the Anglo country I live in.

  37. I find it odd that the Southern Poverty Law Center met in Budapest to discuss strategies on combating “white supremacism”. YAWN. Yet here we have Hungary proudly displaying three prominent hallmarks of moving in a “supremacist” direction: White, Christian, Nationalism. Imagine Germany proclaiming the same thing. The press would be merciless. And certainly nobody really gives a damn what John McCain or
    ANY other American politician has to say.
    However, if the Jews of Budapest are not afraid of this ascendancy; can the Jews of Berlin be far behind?
    White, Christian, Nationalism is your friend!

  38. anon • Disclaimer says:

    “Muslims aren’t going there now.”

    For NOW sport. For NOW. Remember as late as 1960, the United Kingdom had only 50,000 Muslims. I imagine if I had told a native Brits THEN, what London, etc, would look like 55 years later (to say nothing of the Big Brother political correct tyranny that would follow), they would have thought I was mad.

    • Replies: @AP
  39. Thirdeye says:

    The territories ceded by Hungary included significant Hungarian-majority areas as well as Slovak, Romanian, etc. majority areas. Nearly as many ethnic Hungarians ended up outside Hungary’s borders as within. There was no particular logic to the borders, as they were largely determined by the areas the Romanians and the Czech Legion seized, that were simply ratified by the Treaty of Trianon. Self-determination was a principle invoked by the victors when it suited their purposes but ignored when it didn’t. And that’s not even considering the economic consequences of cleaving interdependent states along ethnic lines. It created the desired power vacuum for a while, but it impoverished everyone but the Czechs and virtually assured that Austria and Hungary would become German vassals.

    There’s got to be something delicious for Hungarians watching western Europe deal with the migrant crisis, confronting issues of national identity that those same powers used to trample on Hungary after WWI.

    • Replies: @enkidu
  40. Thirdeye says:

    I’m sure that white Australians who see the opportunity to make an individual eugenic decision regarding their own offspring, either consciously or subconsciously, aren’t complaining.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  41. Thanks, Linh Dinh for having the fairness and courage to include the comments of holocaust skeptics here. It’s more than almost any Unz blogger would do in my experience. That’s surprising in light of the overlap between and, given that David Cole is a columnist at the latter.

    • Replies: @Yevardian
  42. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    Uhm there are millions of chinese in australia, why do you favor White genocide? You people deserve to end up in an anti-tank ditch aling with the liberals.

    • Replies: @Thirdeye
    , @asdfasdf
  43. Yevardian says:
    @Jack Highlands

    Highlands, virtually every thread has a motley assortment of commentators shouting about Jews, occasionally even referencing to the article’s topic.
    I’m pretty sure syndicated columnist Giraldi here is a skeptic also.

    • Replies: @Thirdeye
  44. Rehmat says:
    @Andrew E. Mathis

    Typical lie from a profession Israeli hasbara idiot. “I’m not a Zionist, but I support Israel,” Noam Chomsky.

  45. Rehmat says:

    Hungarian Christians’ hatred toward Muslims is based on the Ottoman Sultan Suleiman ‘The Magnificent’ crushing defeat to King Louis II of Hungary at the Battle of Mohacs in 1526. In 1541 Ottoman empire incorporated the central part of the kingdom including Budapest into Ottoman empire, and ruled the Ottoman Hungary till 1699.

    Islam was introduced in Hungary over 500 years before the Ottoman invasion by Muslim traders from Khazaria. Even after 150-year Ottoman Muslim rule, Muslims remained a minority as result of Ottoman’s religious tolerance. Muslim rulers in Spain, Sicily, Greece, India, Palestine, Malta, etc. never acted like Christian Crusaders in order to convert local people to Islam by sword.

    • Replies: @Avery
    , @Anonymous
    , @schmenz
  46. Thirdeye says:

    I’m pretty sure syndicated columnist Giraldi here is a skeptic also.

    Show me where he ever said such a thing. You wouldn’t be just another manipulative Zionist asshole trying to smear Giraldi because he questions Israel, would you?

  47. Thirdeye says:

    Who people choose to reproduce with is no business of yours and there are some beautiful Euro-Asian mixes out there. My niece is one of them. If they’re the future I’m all for it.

    • Replies: @hhh
    , @anon
  48. anon • Disclaimer says:

    “Islam doesn’t convert people by the sword”

    ROTFLMAO! The truth is the opposite of what you say.

    “Muslim rulers”

    Let change “rulers” to conquerors and enslavers, sport.

  49. enkidu says:

    Nearly as many ethnic Hungarians ended up outside Hungary’s borders as within

    This is not true. 3.3 milion Hungarians (according to census 1910 which was conducted after decades of aggresive Magyarization that was succesful especially among Jews, but Slovaks and Ruthenians as well) lived in that part of Hungarian part of Austro-Hungarian Empire that was lost due to treaty of Trianon, while new Hungary had population 7.6 milion, so it was less than half and not as many. And the post-war Hungary had minorities, too (census 1920: 551,212 German (6.9%); 141,882 Slovak (1.8%); 36,858 Croatian (0.5%); 23,760 Romanian (0.3%).

    It is not easy to divide a country like Austria-Hungary along the ethnic lines. Yes, Hungarians lost much, but not as much as many say and Austria lost as much and you do not hear about that today.

    But I agree with you that from many viewpoints the dissolution of A-H was a tragedy. I am from Slovakia and I can say that from political point of view Czechoslovakia was a much better place for Slovaks or Ruthenians, Slovak language was official in Slovak part of ČSR, education in Slovak was accessible, as well better options for Ruthenians were created, even Germans had more schools in Slovak part of Czechoslovakia than before the WWI. But from economic point of view Slovakia was a market for Czech goods, while Slovak industry had problems as it was less competitive and as well barriers were created in what was before one country – industrial production in Slovakia overcome 1913-level only in 1937 when ČSR was gearing for war. And of course there was power vacuum which was one of the reasons why WWII break out, German domination here was very high – one can see it in quick destruction of Czechoslovakia.

  50. Avery says:

    You IslamoFascist anti-Christian bigot.

    Islam came 600 years after Christianity.
    Islam spread from Mecca by the sword: murders, massacres, ethnic cleansing, genocides.

    And why are you Islamist anti-Christian parasite still living in Christian Canada, while spewing your daily IslamoFascist anti-Christian hate: you don’t like Christians? Nobody is forcing you to stay in Christian Canada, you IslamoFascist parasitic bigoted Islamist parasite: go and live in your Wahhabist homeland in Mecca.
    You will be happy surrounded with Muslims like you.
    Don’t wait. Go.

    • Replies: @Rehmat
  51. hhh says:

    It is my businesses because they are destroying the white gene pool, and they deserve to be thrown out of a catapult, especially with the present demograhic situation as it is, and people like you who support them need to be napalmed or some equivalent thereof.

    • Replies: @Thirdeye
  52. hhh says:

    Hungary lost over half of its GDP in the Treaty of Trianon.

  53. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    Aren’t the Hungarian related more to the Huns-Tartary-Turkic-Bulgar-Avar – the oriental people of Steppe ie the Southern Eurasia that was invaded repeatedly by the Russia from West? Later Russia would go further north and decimate decimate the Buddhist Shaman and Muslim population of Siberia
    Siberia comes from the name Sibir Khan.

    Hungarian are more related to present day Tartar ( Crimea) and Turks of Turkey than to they are to the European.

    • Replies: @Thirdeye
    , @Yevardian
  54. hhh says:

    Hungary actually lost a large part of its population in 1919 to Serbia and slovakia, not to mention Rumania.

  55. hhh says:

    Hungary actually lost a large part of its population in 1919 to Serbia and slovakia .

  56. anon • Disclaimer says:

    So you want to have descendants that look nothing like you? That is completely and utterly inexplicable to me. I love seeing my parents and grandparents in the features of my nieces, children, grandnieces, grandchildren, etc.

  57. Thirdeye says:

    You clearly don’t understand genetics. Cross-breeding makes the gene pool more robust, not less. You know what damages the gene pool? Inbreeding. Think about that before you get your sister or your cousin pregnant.

  58. asdfasdf says:

    You don’t care about genocide in general or anyone else, so why should anyone care about you? Maybe people like you deserve to be wiped out like the abos.

    • Replies: @rvg
  59. schmenz says:

    I have had pleasant conversations with Muslims wherein we discussed, like gentlemen, the various points of history relating to the beginnings of Islam in the 7th century. The discussions were both cordial and mutually interesting and an example that a Catholic and a Muslim can speak together rationally and share historical views and facts.

    But entering into a rational conversation about Christian history with the delusional Mr Rhemat would I see be utterly impossible. Never have I seen someone so willfully blind and someone who absolutely refuses to face the historical realities as this gentleman. I can only hope that one day he will put his ridiculous ahistorical prejudices aside and at least attempt to look at the matter honestly.

    • Replies: @Rehmat
  60. rvg says:

    Eastern European countries like Hungary, Poland, and Slovakia should encourage white people from American, Canadian, Australian, etc., to move to their countries to make for their declines in population since the collapse of the Warsaw Pact, provided they make it over a certain IQ cutoff, say 105.

    • Replies: @Seamus Padraig
    , @Pierrej
  61. rvg says:

    After your people are gassed first?

  62. rvg says:

    Do Hungarians consider themselves White and European, given that the official platform of Jobbik is pan-Turkic Turanism and Jobbik is the largest party among the youth.

  63. AP says:

    Poland joined the EU in 2004 and so far it is about .1% Muslim, with no large increase recently either, despite the current crisis.

    Poles aren’t Brits. They don’t have colonial guilt-complexes and don’t feel obligated to right wrongs at their own expense. Same for the other eastern European peoples.

    And let the Brits, who abandoned Poland in 1939, or the Germans, who genocided Poland, lecture Poles about morality. See how far that will go to get Poland to accept significant numbers of Muslims.

    • Replies: @anon
  64. @rvg

    You may not realize that the reason why Eastern Europe’s population fell off dramatically after 1989 was because of the privatization of all their industries, leading to mass lay-offs, and forcing millions to emigrate and forestall marriage/pregnancy. In other words, there’s not much demand for labor in these countries at present, regardless of race, religion or IQ. Indeed, a number of families are able to get by because of remittances sent home by relatives working in the Western Europe, which, unfortunately, only increases unemployment and lowers standards of living in the West.

    The EU is a sad situation all the way around.

  65. Thirdeye says:

    ……the Buddhist Shaman and Muslim population of Siberia

    Please explain.

  66. Pierrej says:

    A lot of the liberals/progressives in America, Canada, and Australia have an IQ of well over 105. If these folks streamed into East/Central Europe, they would just try to implement the same self destructive policies they supported in their own countries.

    • Replies: @OutWest
  67. Yevardian says:

    People still confound ethnicity with language. A warrior elite from the Urals imposing their language on the panonnian plain does not imply wholesale population replacement. A country that speaks an Uralic language may not have more than 5-10% Uralic identifying alleles.
    Obviously Turks in Turkey look nothing like Turks in central Asia.

    Also, are you Armenian or just trolling?

  68. anon • Disclaimer says:

    I pray you are right. I am very glad to be proven wrong here, although only time will tell. As for the Brits abandoning Poland in 1939, I would blame the idiotic British government, which never should have made such an insane pledge in the first place, rather then the ordinary British people themselves.

  69. 0jr says:

    How many millions of Hungarians did the commie jews murder before,during and after ww1 to this day?

  70. OutWest says:

    Wouldn’t that be the purpose, i.e. good for America, Canada and Australia while implementing what East/Central Europe is doing anyway?

  71. Rehmat says:

    Listen JudeoFascist, who killed over 80 million people during WWI and WWII, Muslims or your ancestors?

    Who murdered over 100 million native Americans – Muslims or your criminal ancestors?

    Who killed 60 million Russians and Ukrainians – Muslims or your Jew/communist ancestors?

    Read you evil history or read Harvard historian professor Niall Ferguson’s 2006 book, “The War of the World”, and find out name of your ancestors among the world’s mass murderers.

    • Replies: @Avery
  72. Avery says:

    Get out of Christian Canada, you anti-Christian IslamoFascist bigot parasite.
    Your IslamoFascist Wahhabist Muslim kin are waiting for you with open swords in Riyadh.
    Why are you still living off of the largess of Christian Canadians, you IslamoParasite: Get OUT.

    And an idiot – that would be you – who claimed USSR and Ottoman Turkey allegedly “fought many wars” is too stupid to make statements about anything, much less WW1 or WW2, or Native Americans.

    And Muslims have murdered 100s of Billions of Christians – maybe 1000s and 1000s of Billions – in 1400 years of its existence.

  73. Rehmat says:

    Moshe – you seems to be very ignorant of the Catholic Church which was created by Roman Pagan king and his advisers Paulin Jews in 325 CE.

    A translation of Holy Qur’an in Greek by a Cardinal was presented to the Pope in 660 CE, which created a thunderstorm in the Vatican because Islam negates the very foundation of an Organized Church and Papacy.

    Since that time, the Church began the lies about the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) and Islam. As German diplomat Dr. Murad Hoffman claims that no other religious leaders have been insulted and hated by the Western Christians than the Prophet of Islam – something that still continue to this day except that the Organized Jewry has long surpassed the Church.

    Whosoever disobey the rabbis deserves death and will be punished by being boiled in hot excrement in Hell,” – Jewish Talmud, Erubin 21b.

    “How very profitable this fable of Christ has been to us through the ages,” – Pope Leo X (1521 CE) – Eric Russell Chamberlin in ‘The Bad Popes’

    • Replies: @schmenz
  74. schmenz says:

    Thank you for yet another insane comment, utterly devoid of rationality or even the faintest acquaintance with history. You, sir, are a real gem.

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