Friday, March 16, 2012

Köszönöm szépen/Thank you

A very big thank you to the thousands of Polish and Lithuanians who travelled to Budapest on March 15, 2012, to celebrate Hungary's national holiday (nemzeti ünnep). They also showed their support for the conservative Orban government who has come under vicious attack in the last few weeks by the European Union, pro-globalist agents and far-left organizations and individuals. Several thousand Polish supporters and a smaller number of Lithuanians showed up to give their support. Their support was also in general for Hungary as well, whose good name has been smeared by the globalist-friendly, western mainstream media. 

The Polish and Lithuanian supporters started at the castle on Buda hill and then travelled across Elizabeth bridge. They then joined up with the Hungarian pro-government supporters. The massive group then made their way to Kossuth tér (Kossuth Square) in front of the Hungarian Parliament Building to hear a speech given by Prime Minister Orban. Tomasz Sakiewicz, the editor-in-chief of Gazeta Polska, a conservative weekly in Poland, helped to organize the Polish supporters in coming to Hungary. He gave a very strong speech of Polish and Hungarian unity in front of the National Museum in Budapest.

Later on during Orban's speech in front of the Parliament building, hundreds of Polish and Lithuanian flags and support banners could be seen. One week earlier, on March 5th, 2012, the Hungarian Parliament issued a decree thanking both Polish and Lithuanian civilians and politicians for taking a supportive stance against the recent political overreaction and international criticism of recent transformations in Hungary.


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