19 May 2014

Hungary joins the chorus on Ukraine: when it rains, it pours

Hungarian Prime Minister
It definitely doesn't look like a golden age for that country. Its fledgling government, beset by corruption, lack of funds, ruined economy and non-functioning military, seems to be an easy target for international pirates of all kinds. Recently Hungary joined the club:
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban in the first speech of his third term stated the need for autonomy and dual citizenship for Hungarians living in neighboring countries, in particular in Ukraine, informs "Ukrinform".

Speaking in parliament after taking oath the Prime Minister, Viktor Orban said : "We consider the Hungarian question as a European question. Hungarians living in the Carpathian region, have the right to dual citizenship, the rights of national communities and autonomy."

At the same time, according to the Ukrainian media, he has devoted special attention to the Transcarpathian region of Ukraine. "The position of 200,000 ethnic Hungarians living in Ukraine, attaches to this issue particular acuteness. Hungarian community there has to get dual citizenship, all rights of the national community, and it must be able to self-government. This is our clear expectations from the new Ukraine," - said Orban. At the same time the Hungarian prime minister also said that Hungary supports "the Ukrainian government in its development of a democratic state."
When the presence of this or that ethnic minority becomes a pretext for such absurd demands, the picture of peaceful and prosperous European Union (not to mention the rest of the world, particularly US of A, being infested by all kinds from day one) may easily change overnight. Just let that idea to settle in enough diseased brains.

And, speaking of diseased brains, I, as a full fledged representative of the Elders, got a few ideas too out of this case. But not now, not now...


peterthehungarian said...

As it became known that the Hungarian neo-Nazi party Jobbik is rs financed by Iran and Putin's Russia - Orban must join the choir to help with his roaring bass to the Great Leader.

SnoopyTheGoon said...

Yeah... so many nice people in this here world. I wonder whether there is enough bullets to take care of all of them...