Hungary understands

Pause for thought at Gates of Vienna:

Last Tuesday (March 15) was a Hungarian national holiday: the commemoration of Hungary’s independence from the Austrian Empire. Prime Minister Viktor Orbán gave a speech in the rain that day, electrifying his compatriots in the audience — and anyone else who is permitted to hear or read a translation of the speech that has not been filtered, redacted, or expurgated by the legacy media.

There was an interesting article which I now can’t find on the changes in America as well – that it is not just left v right any more or even statist v libertarian – it’s also dividing along class lines, with the Trump phenomenon a blue collar Tea Party thing.

The nice part is how many people are waking up that the elite has no interest in ever honouring promises nor making them. IDJ here is a perfect example of where Cameron is coming from. We in the sphere have been following these things for years but now the average person is awaking to the reality – hey! Watching people come to terms with the new reality is fascinating.

Trump may well be a plant, a set-up but what he’s stirred up will not have the lid put back on, except through force of stormtrooper arms.  Tiananmen Square.

It’s most certainly coming now.

6 comments for “Hungary understands

  1. Bellevue
    March 20, 2016 at 4:33 pm

    How do we get this video onto Facebook?
    It is utterly electrifying……… and thank you for sharing it with us.

  2. Judd
    March 20, 2016 at 6:12 pm

    How bad must things get here before we’re prepared to elect our own Viktor Orban as our Prime MInister.
    Have enough of our people woken finally from their cushy credit fuelled drone-life to take the first step in June?, i pray they have because our leaving could be the catalyst for the whole bloody ponzi scheme that is the EU to collapse around their ears.
    Now that would be something to rejoice.

    Judd

  3. Errol
    March 20, 2016 at 8:27 pm

    Cameron would silence this immediately. He cannot countenance such obvious truths.

    However, why hasn’t Orban invoked article 50 to leave the EU?

  4. March 20, 2016 at 8:44 pm

    There must be some local reason with Hungary. We have June 23 to get through first.

  5. Flyinthesky
    March 21, 2016 at 12:37 pm

    Now there’s a statesman, where’s ours?

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