"We don't want communism and we don't want socialism"
A quote from Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban at the Fidesz campaign rally at Heroes' Square in Budapest on the weekend. Hungarians from all over the country attended the rally, even ethnic Hungarians from neighbouring countries attended. Organizers said that 400 buses full of supporters came into Budapest for the rally. Viktor Orban appealed for his supporters and voters to give him 4 more years in office. The Hungarian general election is on April 6, 2014. Recent polls show that Orban has nothing to fear and that he will get another majority government.
Editor's note: Orban got it correct all right! Hungarians don't want communism or socialism. Both are un-Hungarian as they come. Hungary for most of her history was a conservative nation and society. Communism and socialism were forced on the Hungarian people and nation by external forces. The majority of communist and socialist supporters in Hungary weren't even ethnically Magyar (Hungarian) when it was established in Hungary.
The huge show of support for the conservative Fidesz party indicates that Hungarians have turned they backs on left-wing politics and political parties. It is a fact that hardline communism will never return to Hungary again. Hungarian voters must make sure that left-wing socialism also never rears its ugly head again. Lies, mismanagement and corruption in the left-wing ranks have turned off many Hungarian voters in the last decade.