Organized Jewry is so obsessed with Muslims that anyone who tries to have some friendly relations with Muslims or Iran, is automatically declared “anti-Semite”. Hungarians have gained the top slot in its list for voting Jobbik, an anti-immigration White nationalist party that wants Hungary to be free from Jewish domination, to become country’s third largest political party.
Interestingly, Csanad Szegedi, a Jobbik leader, who earned the title of “anti-Semite” from the organized Jewry for accusing Israeli Jews of buying up the country’s land, business and politicians – admitted in 2012 that his both grandparents were Jewish.
Last year, Gabor Vona, president of Jobbik visited Turkey and called for Christian-Muslim unity against the world domination by the Zionist imperialism. Vona, a Roman Catholic, in his book ‘Born on August 20′, says: “If Islam fails, then almost all light will vanish, and there will be nothing to counter the darkness of globalism, and then history will truly end.”
In 2012, Marton Gyongyosi, deputy leader of Jobbik Party in an interview with British Israel lobby mouthpiece, the Jewish Chronicle, published February 2, said: ““Iran is an extremely peaceful country and never started a war, unlike Israel which has declared wars on anything and everybody around it.”
Last year when Budapest appointed Péter Szentmihályi Szabó its ambassador to Italy. The Organized Jewry declared him a Jew hater for blaming Jews for many Western problems.
“I don’t know, I don’t understand why they hate us so much. They live here in Hungary, they speak and write in Hungarian, but they loathe us. I really don’t understand why they stay if it is that bad here, in this welcoming country that is so foolishly patient. It is not difficult to recognize them because they are cowardly and impertinent at the same time. Money is their God, their mother tongue in which they have trusted from time immemorial. Dark circles under their eyes, flabby skin, clammy palms, cold feet, freakish smiles give them away,” wrote Szabo.
On March 1, 1920, the National Assembly under the WW I “Victors” instruction, appointed Admiral Miklos Harthy as Regent (or Governor) of Hungary. For decades, the organized Jewry had painted Harthy an “anti-Semite” for collaborating with Nazis and sending over half-a-million Hungarian Jews to the so-called “Gas Chambers”.
In November 2013, Budapest municipality unveiled a statue of Admiral Harthy in in Szabadság Tér (Freedom Place). The statue was blessed by Rev. Lóránt Hegedüs Jr, an admirer of Dr. David Irving while MP Márton Gyöngyösi praised the Admiral as the greatest Hungarian statesman of the 20th century. This made shit fly all over organized Jewry. Andras Schiff (a Zionist Jew) could not take the truth sitting down. He wrote an Op-Ed at the British Gaurdian (December 11, 2013), to teach Hungarians their true history.
“The mind boggles. Historians have taught us that the Horthy era was one of the darkest chapters of Hungarian history; this is common knowledge. His present-day glorification is scandalous. The disgraceful anti-Jewish laws, the deportation of more than half a million Jews to the death camps, sending the entire Hungarian second army to be annihilated by the Russians – all these and many other crimes are connected to him. He was one of Hitler’s closest associates and stayed loyal till the bitter end. Neither God nor the radical right can ever whitewash his name,” wrote Schiff.
A study by Eliezer M. Rabinovich, entitled “How ‘Anti-Semite’ Miklos Horthy saved the Jews of Budapest“, published this month by Jewish Moment magazine, the author claims that though Horthy did collaborated with Germany against Russia – he was able to save more than a quarter-of-million Hungarian Jews by refusing to deport them to Nazi concentration camps.
“But had he done so, an additional quarter-million Jews would have become Holocaust victims and the majority of the Budapest Jews would not have survived the war. Had he done so, the actions of the diplomats and the righteous people in the Arrow Cross government’s period would have been fruitless; there would have been no Jews left to save,” wrote Rabinovitch.
John F. Montgomery, former US ambassador to Hungary (1933-1941) described Horthy’s true place in history: ‘”This world would be a better, more decent place, if the leaders of the English-speaking nations developed a tiny part of the courage shown at that time by Admiral Horthy.”
Horthy was the only pro-Hitler European leader who survived the Nuremberg “circus”, wrote in his memoir, A Life For Hungary, that he sided with Nazi Germany based on his hatred for Communism – a very antisemitic statement.
Another “Holocaust Cookie” crumbles, I suppose!