February 28, 2017
Like most of the former Warsaw Pact countries, the Soviets from the 1960s on heavily curbed Jewish influence (whose abuses were the catalyst for the 1956 pogrom that wound up with the Soviets demanding many prominent Communist Party Jews resign) and allowed some degree of national identity in its satellite states like Hungary. The Berlin Wall was a barrier against the 68ers and other sex and globalism-centered Jewish cultural upheavals that were the beginning of the end (?) of the white race in France, West Germany and other Judeo-globalist American client states.
Today, NATO, the European Union and international Jews like George Soros, have spent billions of dollars looking to re-engineer the youth of Hungary by offering hyper-individualism and cushy middle class jobs doing nothing as a stick-and-carrot way to cultivate the nihilism and rootless cosmopolitanism they need in the new elites they are spawning.
Safe to say they haven’t been too successful. While Viktor Orban is heavily demonized by the international Judenpresse for his “controversial” stance on keeping millions of violent blacks and Arabs out of Hungary, he is simply a moderate expression of the will of the Hungarian people.
For this reason, an exogenous antidote is being developed, looking to exploit the age-old conflict between Hungarians and Gypsies (who have failed to integrate into society despite all types of programs inviting them).
The Gypsy and the Jew are natural allies, as both demand to retain their behaviors that they know hurt out-groups, while at the same time expecting their host population to support them. The difference is only in scope (your purse vs your bank).
Low Gypsy intelligence combined with limitless Jewish finances means this is more than a social nuisance; it is a domestic security threat and they proudly admit it.
Although she lives in the undisputed nightlife capital of Central Europe, Andi Angelip knows of only a handful of bars here where she is truly comfortable bringing a date.
Angelip, a 19-year-old student and activist for lesbian and gay rights, said she avoids “rainbow” establishments that cater only to homosexuals. Yet in a country where violent far-right activists regularly intimidate gays and lesbians, she also avoids romantic situations in mainstream clubs.
“It’s not so comfortable to be a minority in a country whose politicians preach for discrimination on a daily basis,” she told JTA last month.
Two years ago, Angelip found at least one place where she does feel comfortable: an avant-garde Jewish community center called Aurora. Since its reopening in 2014 in a poor neighborhood of Budapest, it has become one of the city’s hippest coffee bars – and a major hub for social and opposition activists fighting the policies of Hungary’s right-wing government.
Marom, the Jewish association that runs and owns Aurora as part of its outreach mission to young unaffiliated Hungarian Jews, provides office space and facilities to about a dozen non-Jewish activist groups committed to fighting these perceived trends. They include the Roma Press Center, Budapest Pride, the Migszol refugee advocacy group and the Zold Pok agency for social activism.
In addition to religious services, Marom also organizes educational activities in schools about the Holocaust, programs for street children, and cultural events like film screenings and experimental music concerts. It also hosts political discussions, such as a sold-out Jan. 30 debate on populism featuring László Majtényi, an outspoken critic of Orban.
As Schoenberger talks to a visitor, in an adjacent room three activists from the Roma Press Center hammer out a strategy for covering the landmark trial at the European Court of Human Rights on the role of Hungarian police in allowing hundreds of rioters in 2012 to attack the home of a Roma family in the village of Devecser.
The court’s Feb. 8 ruling against the police – one of hundreds of hate crimes against Roma, or gypsies, recorded annually in Hungary – was hailed by Amnesty International as a “drop of hope in a sea of fear.”
“Not only is the far right party, Jobbik, the third largest in parliament, but the ruling Fidesz party has drifter further and further in its negative attitudes towards Roma,” the group said.
The Jewish-Roma partnership at Aurora is unusual in a country where the two minorities rarely act in unison, according to Eszter Hajdu, a Hungarian filmmaker who has studied that relationship.
But for Marom, which began in 1998 as an apolitical group, the penchant for opposition activism is inescapable, according to Schoenberger.
This is partly because “most unaffiliated Jews in Hungary seem to be liberal,” he said. But ultimately, “our opposition activism owes to the government’s war on core Jewish values of tikkun olam,” a Jewish concept of “repairing the world” and helping the needy, Schoenberger said.
“We did not choose to become political,” he added. “But when the government is targeting the poor, the different, the foreign – then we have no choice.”
A visit to the website of this “Aurora” Jewish center reveals that this is more than a humble little community outreach group. The space is host to numerous international NGOs, promoting and recruiting for everything from militant homosexuality to organizing Gypsies as a political bloc, similar to how Jews use blacks in America.
Far from an organic outgrowth, the Jews of “Aurora” appear to have friends in high places. Two subtle little indicators on the bottom give a hint as to who is coordinating this subversion:
The only reason the Hungarian has to tolerate a hub expressing an explicit interest in overthrowing the democratically elected government of Orban is that they fear international repercussions from these international Jewish benefactors. But all of these fears are irrelevant if they succeed in their task of creating more divisions, more ethnic and social strife, and continue to try and weather the foundations of Hungarian society.
What would the reaction be if Russia were to open up a center full of Kremlin funded NGOs and activist groups with the explicit intent of overthrowing the government of Germany? Of France? Canada? It certainly wouldn’t be tolerance.
Orban’s government is well within its rights in raiding this organization and putting all of the ring leaders in prison. Jewish media libel, EU sanctions and threats from Merkel are meaningless in the era of Trump, who has expressed a friendly attitude towards Orban and the Hungarian people.
If the government doesn’t want to do it themselves, they should simply inform the people of Hungary, and let them picket this institute until these Jews leave the country.
In the end, the lesson stays consistent: wherever Jewish fingers find a social crack, they strike at it until it becomes a crater. Except in Israel.