Thursday, October 25, 2012

Leftist gathering (Milla)

This is the left-wing demonstration that occurred on October 23, 2012. It was organized by Milla, "One Million for The Freedom of Press in Hungary". The main speaker of the gathering was Bajnai Gordon who is the former prime minister of Hungary. He was a part of the Hungarian Socialist Party (MSZP) and replaced the disgraced former socialist Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsány back in 2009. The official estimate of the people that attended this rally was around 30,000 people. Left-wing media sources in Hungary and foreign mainstream media were claiming 50,000 to 100,000 people in the attempt of maximizing the presence of the left-wing.

Some of the leftist speakers at this rally called Hungary's conservative Prime Minister Orbán Viktor a fascist and tyrant, the usual leftist rant. Orbán Viktor is hardly an undemocratic tyrant or fascist. The Hungarian left hates Orbán because he is taking Hungary back to its conservative Christian roots, where it rightfully belongs. It should be noted that the majority of the people who support the left-wing parties, especially the socialists, are retirees that lived well under the old communist system in Hungary. You can see that a majority of people at the rally this this video were over the age of 60.

The socialist party in Hungary is pro-globalist, meaning that they would sell out Hungary to foreign interests. They are also very pro-European Union. Globalism is the new communism of the 21st century and it is clear that these people have a lot in common with the globalist movement.

One thing that was observed at the Milla gathering is the lack of Hungarian flags. Leftists are often known to be the least patriotic and faithful to their country in any society. Several European Union flags were observed in the crowd at this rally indicating where the left-wing's true allegiance lies. It is amazing that that Milla calls themsleves "One Million for The Freedom of Press in Hungary", but they can only muster around 30,000 for a rally or gathering.