Jobbik in Hungary
Jobbik’s spokesman Ádám Mirkóczki said that Hungary needed a Constitutional amendment to clearly exclude the option of letting migrants in Hungary
Fidesz may have received their new media ethics manual from North Korea to guide them how to treat journalists who don’t work for the government’s lackey media
Why did rhetorically so anti-Communist Fidesz rely on a Communist collaborator to run its favourite charity service?
The Communist dictatorship’s former pets are still part of the system to this day, having highly-paid jobs near the power and enjoying the protection of the political elite
Jobbik Movement for a Better Hungary protests against the visit and disrespectful memorial service of the Russian motorcycle club called the Night Wolves
Workers demand European wage union
In his Wednesday speech in Parliament, Gábor Vona reacted to the events taking place last weekend and early this week
Last year brought countless cases of animal abuse, which clearly proves that the current legislation on animal protection is outdated
According to Gábor Vona, if we really need to send a message to Brussels, it should say that we ask for equal wages instead of migrants
"They have obviously deceived all those who believed that the government was trying to protect the country"
Jobbik’s spokesman Ádám Mirkóczki was Olga Kálmán’s guest in HírTV’s “Egyenesen” (”Straight Talk”) show
Jobbik launches new outdoor media campaign