What’s the story with Hungary? It’s a really big one yet one that’s receiving amazingly little media coverage. For a start they’ve taken a lot of pain and paid off the usurious IMF loan, but have gone further and told that organisation to get the hell out of their country. They’re now talking of issuing a new debt-free currency and possibly even leaving the EU. The Government there has made it plain that they want to get permanently out of the clutches of the Rothschild central banksters.
Given the dearth of MSM information I reactivated contact with some former colleagues from Hungary. So I’m admitting straight off that I might be getting a biased take. However, all three made very similar assessments, apart from their opinion of PM Victor Orban. So here’s a summary.The previous Socialist Government was utterly disastrous, sold out the country to ‘international bankers’. That government was ‘full of Jews and Israelis’ who plundered local companies. The ‘Socialist’ Government was all set for a massive privatisation programme of state assets with the usual suspects set to get massively rich a la the oligarchs under Yeltsin. The schools were packed with ‘liberals’ who trashed traditional learning in favour of the PC multicultural claptrap which is destroying the West today. A little like what Bela Kun and Georg Lukacs inflicted on that country in earlier times. Little surprise then that uber-reptile Tony Blair was one of the Government’s strongest foreign supporters.
The current Public Prosecutor is now putting the three previous Prime Ministers on trial, a la Iceland, for the criminal amount of debt into which they plunged the country. The Government has in addition restructured the Board of the Central Bank (Hungarians for Hungary in charge), defining marriage as only between a man and a woman and the family unit as being comprised of husband wife and their children. Even though endorsed by the overwhelming majority of the electorate the EU, for some reason, deemed these moves ‘undemocratic’. Whatever else they are they’re not undemocratic.Unbelievably, a member of the Jobbik Party stoof up in Parliament and said "I think it's high time the government made a survey of how many persons of Jewish origin are residing in Hungary, especially of those who are members of Parliament and serve in public office in the government because they pose national security risk to Hungary.”
Oh dear. Apparently Jobbik’s popularity leapt after this announcement. One correspondent told me that Jews are more unpopular in Hungary than in any other European country.While some say the country is thriving after these moves others disagree. They say the VAT rate at 27% is too high, that skilled people are fleeing the country, that the dependency ratio is too high. Also that Orban is a complete chameleon who changes his colour on a purely opportunistic basis. Seems he used to first a young Communist, then a liberal, then a conservative before landing the current patriotic nationalist gig. It's also claimed that he corruptly diverts Government business to his favourite large conglomerates.
Be that as it may the Hungarians, in casting the money changers out of the temple, introducing their own debt-free currency and aggressively reacting against Jewish machinations are doing what nobody has done since a certain Mr. A Hitler during the thirties. And that’s the surprising thing. I would have assumed that the proverbial ton of bricks would have descended on them and they’d have been whipped into line pronto. For sure, the EU cancelled a whole range of development projects and the interest on existing loans has been jacked up. But if anything the EU’s position seems to have softened in the intervening time and there has been no call for boycotts. Compare that to Germany in the thirties, or currently the war on Golden Dawn in Greece (which remains just an opposition party).Interesting, is it not? I just can’t believe that the international powers that be will let this go. Maybe they’ll work in a less direct and slower way. Either way developments in Hungary are most interesting. Watch this space.