EU tells the Half-truth
On Sunday morning, May 17, 2018, Hungary's ambassador to Spain, Enikö Györi, was a guest at "Shalom," a broadcast by Televisión Española Internacional. She told how the Budapest government fights anti-Semitism in schools, universities and the media.
An exhibition of photographs of Holocaust victims in Hungary is currently being organised by the Hungarian Embassy in Spain. There will also be feature films about the Holocaust, a presentation of books by Jewish writers translated from Hungarian into Spanish, and many other activities will be organized there.
weeks ago, the Polish ambassador, Marzenna Adamczyk, was a guest at 'Shalom',
and the programme had the same objective: the Holocaust, the fight against
anti-Semitism, and anti-Zionism.
Both embassies also work closely with the Embassy of Israel in Madrid led by Alon Bar. All three diplomats speak excellent Spanish and their accents are charming! I assume that Spanish is the mother tongue of the Israeli ambassador because he speaks Spanish with an Argentinen accent. A huge number of Jews left Argentina during the fascist, anti-Semitic military dictatorship of Jorge Rafael Videla, 1976-1981.
their freedom in Spain and others emigrated to Israel.
What makes me angry is that the EU has launched a slander campaign in Brussels against Hungary and Poland and accuses their governments of 'Nazism and fascism' because they are putting a stop to unbridled immigration.
TVE Internacional can only be received by satellite. Every day my aversion to Angela Merkel (Germany), Macron (France), and to the EU, Juncker and Frans Timmermans, increases. It remains to be seen whether Mark Rutte cries with the wolves in the forest. In any case, it was a positive sign that he was sitting next to Sebastian Kurz, Austrian Chancellor, at the traditional New Year's Eve conference in Vienna last January and that he hopefully spoke to him extensively about the new, realistic policy of the Austrian Government and that he learned something from it.
On 8 June Chancellor Sebastian Kurz announced the closure of seven mosques and the expulsion of 60 imams in order to prevent the emergence of a so-called Islamic 'Parallelgeselschaft', a separate society within Austrian society. The further cutbacks in the social allowances paid to asylum seekers in Austria are also justified: no mobile phones, money for cigarettes, etc.
Also read the article in The New Republic of October 28, 2014
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This text first published on the Internet on 17 June, 2018.
Added on 26 October, 2018
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