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  • ross1948 18:17 on April 30, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Ágnes Kunhalmi, , , , hypoc, Imre Magy, Kadar, Mindszenty, MSZP, , , ,   

    Hungary’s Red Agnes – Self-Induced Amnesia? 


    Last week we saw several thousand sore losers raging in Budapest’s streets against the result of the recent election there.

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    Presumably, logically, many of them were ‘activists’ from the Soros-funded ‘NGOs,’ desperate to hang onto the foreign subsidies they depend on to continue their blatantly political agitation.

    The woman in the photo below is a vocal critic of Viktor Orban, the man whom Hungarians have just given an overwhelming parliamentary majority.

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    Hasil gambar untuk agnes kunhalmi

    Agnes Kunhalmi


    No sooner was her MZSP party trounced than she put pen to paper on April 11th, issuing a dire prophecy.

    Ágnes Kunhalmi (MSZP): A hard world is coming to Hungary

    She was given the space to write her grim, apocalyptic warning, by a leftist rag called the Budapest Beacon, where you can read a wide variety of liberal and leftist whining.

    Red Agnes seems to be there, as often as not.

    I call her Red Agnes because her party, which nowadays likes to call itself ‘Socialist,’ is in fact simply the rebranded quisling party…

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    …which collaborated with Soviet occupation forces to keep Hungarians in servitude for forty plus years, from 1947, and through 1956, when the brave Magyars rose in revolt…

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    Budapest 1956

    …until the restoration of democracy in 1989.

    History, yes, and a period I’ve talked about before, as, too, is the sly way these communist hypocrites re-invented themselves as ‘democratic socialists.’

    Not just in Hungary of course, but all over East/Central Europe, one of the most bare-faced being Die Linke, The Left Party, in Germany.

    A great pity these vermin were not hunted down, all of them, and put to death as prominent Nazis were after WW2.

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    However, that’s just plain good sense, but water under the bridge.

    We hear their heirs holding forth about how their ‘new’ parties are different, reformed and no longer in love with the hate that characterises marxism.

    ‘We’ve turned our backs on totalitarianism. That’s the past, we’re the present,” the socialists‘ siren song goes, but let’s seek the truth, and Red Agnes is, perhaps inadvertently, a handy source.

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    Ágnes Kunhalmi: Socialism is over, the walls are in our heads!

    She wrote that in August 2015 

    My name is Ágnes Kunhalmi.  I was born in Hungary in the small town of Kiskunmajsa.  I’m very proud that by the age of 30, I became the president of the Budapest chapter of the largest opposition party… I myself chose the Hungarian Socialist Party (MSZP).

    It then turns into a real fun read, not only her opinions but in the actual words she chooses to express them, like this –

     Everyone should know that in the 1980s, before the system change, the school system was a lot more free.  

    Historical note – what RedAgnes delicately describes as ‘THE SYSTEM CHANGE’ is more accurately defined as liberation. Prior to 1989, Hungary was a one-party marxist state.

    The ‘school system’ had for years taught twisted history…

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    …heroes of the resistance like Cardinal Mindszenty were not lionised but either air-brushed out of lessons or vilified.

    Imre Nagy, captured after duped in 1956, then brutally murdered by the Communists…

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    Gambar terkait

    Imre Nagy statue, Budapest

    Lest We Forget! Hungary’s Blood-Red October Still Echos! 

    …had to wait till after the liberation before his remains were re-buried with full honours and a statue erected reverently in Budapest.

    Red Agnes’ historical perspective is incredibly skewed.

    After the Second World War the peoples and states of Europe came together by giving up a part of their sovereignty…

    Is this red propagandist telling us that Hungary is not in Europe?

    Or Poland, or the Czechs or all those other brave nations who did not ‘come together’ but were reduced to slave states by the rapist butchers of Red Army?

    Giving up part of their sovereignty?

    Every iota of their sovereignty was ripped away from them by the Kremlin and the local collaborationist secret police…

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    AVO secret police scum, cornered by freedom fighters

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    One strung-up AVO traitor!

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    … who, in Hungary, happily, got a little of what was coming to them in 1956.

    The AVO served the USSR.

    Now Agnes warms to the EUSSR.

    Let us not view this challenge as a threat, but as a new opportunity that will also bring about changes in ourselves.  It will involve the European people and ourselves stepping out of our comfort zone. 

    Ágnes Kunhalmi: Socialism is over, the walls are in our heads!

    Red Agnes’ ripping yarn!

    …fear that continued economic decline would lead to social upheaval is usually given as the main reason for the regime’s decision to negotiate with the opposition, and a prime pressure that caused the fall of communism in Hungary.   End of communism in Hungary (1989) – Wikipedia

     So, a confession?

    The Reds’ hand-over of power to the people was hardly a sign of any change of heart, merely an example of bowing to the inevitable?

    …a lot of people in Europe and the western world believed that Hungary would prosper after the system change.  That we were the happiest barrack in the Eastern bloc. 

    Vague whisper of reality, that reference to barracks, a nation held down, denied freedoms by force.

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    Yet nowhere is there any expression of the joy every decent Hungarian felt at the end of the dictatorship.

    That sicko phrase ‘system change‘ recurs again and again throughout Red Agnes’ diatribe,

    Comecom collapsed, the Soviet Union collapsed, and the industrial and agricultural associations that existed for forty years before the system change no longer exist.

     She witters on for paragraphs, about the educational system, but it’s when she gets to the real threats Hungary faces that the unmistakable face of cultural marxism becomes clearly visible.   

    “ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS”

    Red Agnes, like her counterparts in other countries afflicted by hordes of illegals, does not like telling it like it is.

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    Mustn’t call these violent primitives, stoning Hungary’s border, ‘illegal!’

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    … the Hungarian government created a new expression with immigrants, the “illegal immigrant”, which the law does not even recognize. 

    Oh yeah? Everybody around the world recognises the meaning of tose two words.

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    Enough?

    Read all her guff if you like, but be aware that this woman is the sort that will replace Orban, if the Sorosoids have their evil way.

     

     
    • Janni Partos 22:24 on April 30, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      You nail these ‘socialists’ very nicely, sir, and many Hungarians who came across in 1956 will be grateful .
      Mr. Orban is not an especial hero to me but he is defending our country against a cabal just as bad morally as the Soviets were.
      The MSZP are today much the same as their parents and grandparents, the old comrades in the dark days, in the zeal they show to have Hungarians told what to do by enemies in a faraway city.
      Moscow then and Brussels now are outside powers bold to interfere with how we govern and defend our country.
      Red Agnes should kneel before that statue of Imre Nagy and pray for forgiveness. He was a socialist, even a communist, but in the end he knew that his country must come first.
      In the current struggle, may Red Agnes experience a similar epiphany.

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  • ross1948 11:49 on May 20, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Atma Jaya Catholic University, , Christians martyred by Reds, , , , , , Mindszenty, , , , , Setiono Sugiharto   

    Jakarta Post’s Red Re-Hab Campaign – Enter An Atma Jaya Prof! 


    From red bogey to anti-intellectualism

    • That’s the headline in the Jakarta Post, 19th May, above an article by some geezer described as a professor at Atma Jaya University, which non-locals won’t know is the Catholic university here.
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    • communism tyranny

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    • I dare say the late and much lamented Polish Pope may, as I type, be sitting in an honoured place above, discussing the Jakarta Post with his fellow-Pole, Father Popieluszko, murdered by the Red secret police –
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    • …and perhaps with Hungary’s Cardinal Mindszenty.

      Or with the many Balkan Catholics slaughtered by the Communists there.  Vatican Recognizes 38 Albanian Christian Clergy Martyred by Communism.

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    • Catholic parents paying hefty fees for their young to attend Atma Jaya should also peruse Setiono Sugiharto’s piece, and ask what sort of stuff their kids are being exposed to.
    • That depends, of course, on whether they can understand what the hell Setiono’s rabbiting on about!
    • It’s VERY hard work grappling with a vocabulary utterly alien to normal people.  
    • …people today have become multi-literate and multi-modal, artistically blending linguistic elements with other semiotic resources and modalities such as symbols, imagery, sound and graffito to carry out successful verbal and non-verbal communication. 
    • From red bogey to anti-intellectualism – The Jakarta Post
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    • Can you imagine anyone churning out pretentious gobble-de-gook like that and expecting ordinary people, Indonesian or not, to take it seriously?

    • This geezer doesn’t seem to get it, that writing for propaganda purposes should only be done in plain English, not academic ivory tower jargon.
     
    • Danny Tebor 13:49 on May 20, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      I have been following your commendable resistance to this Jakarta Post campaign and must congratulate you on your latest chapter! Your quotations from Senor Fontova’s writings are always welcome reading.

      I too suffer a wave of nausea when I see some teenager wearing those Che Guevara tee-shirts, even although 90% of them very probably have no idea of his maniac record.
      A real shame they don’t use that picture of Cardinal Mindszenty, who unlike Guevara was both good and brave, a prisoner of conscience who, you would think, is a much better role model for the young Catholics in that Atma Jaya University.

      What is wrong with the editorial board at the Jakarta Post?
      I suppose most of them are far too young to even remember 1965 and they only have a red-rose tinted version from their parent’s generation to base their beliefs about what it was all about. Indonesia was lucky to escape PKI rule. It would have been at least as bad as what happened in Vietnam after 1975. The Post would most certainly not be publishing criticism of the government if Mr. D N Aidit had gotten control of the country.

      It makes me think they’ve picked up their bias from university teachers and so your post does answer my question.That’s what is wrong with them.
      It’s the same in our Canadian colleges, lecturers so far twisted to the left that they can hardly stand up straight.,

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    • Jango 17:11 on May 20, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      I don’t think these old PKI communists are any threat to Indonesia today, Ross. They should just be left to their own devises.
      Trying to make them say sorry as you suggest is no different from dragging 90 year old concentration camp guards into court. They can say they’re innocent all they like but whether they’re telling the truth or not, they won’t last long anyway.
      But you are right about Gramedia, they should apologise for the book burning.

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