Skip to comments.Crusade against Hungary (by liberals)
Posted on 03/05/2012 5:00:30 AM PST by Erik Latranyi
In stark contrast to the Lefts timidity in the face of actual authoritarian regimes such as China and Russia, the liberal medias treatment of Hungary has aggressively crossed the line. Paul Krugman of the New York Times sounded the alarm after Hungarys conservative Fidesz-KDNP alliance won 68 percent of the seats in Parliament in the 2010 elections. He foresaw a post-Soviet re-establishment of authoritarian rule in Hungary. The British Guardian fell into line, describing Hungarys new prime minister, Viktor Orbán, as an autocratic leader. The Washington Post, not to be outdone, compared Hungary to Belarus and Putins Russia. Not long after, and with great satisfaction, Hungarian émigré professor Charles Gati announced in an op-ed in the Times that Hungary is no longer a Western-style democracy. Having been drummed out of the West by left-wing editorialists, Hungary became fair game for the next phase of the liberal crusade: U.S. intervention. Slander has turned into absurd policy prescriptions, intent on destroying one of the most electorally effective center-right parties in Europe.
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In return, liberals worldwide are advocating the overthrow of a democratically elected government.
The left is far worse than the right in trying to impose the US on other countries around the world and is also far more authoritarian in censoring and sanctioning anyone who doesn’t agree with them.
Hungary falls into trap accepting Islam as a religion for the first time as 5 Buddhist & 2 Muslim orgs unite to form separate umbrella organizations for their religion with no other role than to deal with government bureaucracy.
Stupidity should be painful . . .in this case, it just may prove to be excruciating.
Thanks for posting this article.