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  • ross1948 6:24 am on December 13, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , Hungarian PM Viktor Orban, ,   

    ‘He Who Pays The Piper…?’ Guardian Goon Says No Way! 

    A typical Guardian rant by a typical Guardian pseud, railing against what Pinko ( the identity of the hack is kept from readers) defines as Hungary’s ‘hegemonic activities,’ a phrase which seems to mean requiring a modicum of sense in Magyar academic/cultural life, judging from one of the first mentioned of the scribbler’s “bete noires…”

    Victor Orban


    ….the fact that PM Viktor Orban’s government has ‘cancelled state funding for gender studies in the country’s universities…’



    ‘Gender’ in those departments is nothing to do with meaning of the word we used in Latin and Greek grammar at school but instead is pseud-talk for ‘sex,’ and those who get jobs lecturing in such departments…

    …are mostly into befuddling youngsters into thinking that what we all know – a human with a penis is male, a human without one is female – is all wrong…


    ….that you can be whatever sex you want  to be.

    ’Gender Studies’ is gibberish and should not just be defunded but excluded from all academic curricula.



    Pinko grizzles about what most of my readers would celebrate…

    ….a drive to minimise the influence of liberal ideas in Hungarian life and promote an alternative worldview – one which the prime minister used to call “illiberal democracy” and now likes to refer to as “Christian liberty”.

    Lucky Hungarians, to have a patriotic PM who champions decent values – millions of Brits today are waking up to discover that once again they have no such thing.

    At this point I have two pix reserved…


    ….either of which would justify my words.

    But for sheer arrogance, of the sort peculiar to pseudo-intellectual elites, we must look at what Pinko says is the move which he says ‘most strikingly’ appals him.

    …it was announced that the country’s theatres are also to be subjected to the constraints and demands of the new “era”. A government bill has proposed that the state should have a role in the appointment of directors in theatres which it subsidises.

    About time!

    Uppity intellectuals, there in Hungary same as wherever you live, reckon the world, or at least the tax-payer, owes them a living.

    If they had an ounce of talent, enough people would pay for tickets to see them strut their stuff. That doesn’t happen, because normal people won’t waste their money on pseud B.S.

    So they claim a right to grab all they can get from the public purse, grubby arty-farty snouts snuffling and grunting, slurping up other folks’ money.

    The good news is that Already progress is being made –  ‘the Hungarian State Opera House cancelled 15 performances of Billy Elliot last year, following a media campaign against its alleged promotion of homosexuality. ‘https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2019/dec/11/the-guardian-view-on-viktor-orban-laws-controlling-culture

    Who would want to watch a show about queers? If queers wish to do so, they should quietly hire a private venue with appropriate condition

    • Brian Vaux 6:52 pm on December 13, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Good for you.
      Hungary is an example to us all.


    • Fiona 10:42 pm on December 13, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      I have to admit I cannot dispute your bracketing of Johnson and Corbyn as leaders whose values are not what we would expect of British statesmen.


  • ross1948 5:04 pm on October 30, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Buttiglione, , , , Hungarian PM Viktor Orban, MEP inquisition, Oliver Varhelyi   

    Will Die Fuhrerin Block The Good Hungarian? 

    We recently, almost jokingly, suggested that Boris Johnson appoint as the UK’s (hopefully last-ever) Euro-Commissar somebody prpeared to put the boot into the rotten Brussels Empire ruling cabal.

    Betcha Bojo Won’t Take His Opportunity To Send A Spartan! 

    Now it seems, as so often, that Hungary’s Viktor Orban is setting a super example that Bojo, had he any cojones whatsoever, might profitably follow – though I bet the UKPM sends some anodyne twit.

    Hungary, however, has nominated this man…


    Olivér Várhelyi…who is charmingly described as ‘incredibly rude’ in the headline of Politico’s interesting story.

    It’s claimed Mr. Várhelyi has been known to shout, scream and even swear when he’s dissatisfied with bureaucrats in his office. The report goes on to say this will displease Die Fuhrerin…


    The migration crisis is like the euro crisis because the solution is for member states to cede more power to the EU, Germany’s defence minister has said.   Germany: Refugee crisis is like euro crisis


    …who not only wants to expand the powers of her Fourth Reich but simultaneously likes to be surrounded by placid pukes with an “open, inclusive and cooperative way of working that I will instil throughout the Commission, as well as in our relationships with others.”


    Image result for inclusive woke word


    Typical example, from the Sewage Community’ of stupid word-misuse!


    Aaah, ‘inclusive’ – ‘inclusion’ – ‘inclusivity’…

    As soon as we hear those insidious buzz-words, we should expect nothing good will come of their source, so let’s rejoice that Varhelyi is allegedly abrasive, a “ruthless” diplomat who has a reputation for “looking” for conflict..

    He’s also far from popular among fellow EU diplomats, showing little appetite for the give-and-take that is common in Brussels meetings.

    Translated from Eurese, that sounds like he has principles and sticks to them. And it get’s even better!

    An anonymous ‘EU diplomat’ whines thar the Hungarian “talks very badly about the European Parliament and the Commission, even in front of the Commission [officials].”

    And ‘despite being a civil servant, his reputation is that of a loyal proponent of the Hungarian leadership’s priorities.’

    But let’s not count patriots before they’re endorsed. Commission candidates are nominated by their national governments so each country has a voice in the Eurocracy’s deliberations – but if Die Fuhrerin doesn’t like them, down the chute they go.

    ...closeness to the Hungarian prime minister, a controversial figure in Brussels and across Europe due to his championing of “illiberal democracy,” is also likely to come under scrutiny if Várhelyi gets as far as the confirmation process in the European Parliament.

    And if he gets as far as that, what fate awaits him at the hands of the ideologicla bigots who today, as 15 years ago, judge nominees not on their ability so much as if they kow-tow to left-liberal prejudices.

    Who’s likely to forget Signor Buttigilione, whose nomination was vetoed for ‘admitting’ that as a Catholic, he believed in Catholic doctrines .

    ..As Buttiglione said at the time, “The new soft totalitarianism that is advancing on the left wants to have a state religion.


    It is an atheist, nihilistic religion – but it is a religion that is obligatory for all” https://www.brainyquote.com/quotes/rocco_buttiglione_374410

    We wish him well but we won’t hold our breath as the inquisition gets under way!


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