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Monday, February 29, 2016

Posters and now TV adverts! Shoving it in our faces!

Yes, they're shoving their dictatorship communist style illiberal democracy in our faces. They've been doing it for years.
First they took small things like the flag/rosetta and made them their own...when they should be FOR ALL Hungarians and NOT just Liberals...oh, sorry, Illiberals.
Then they put up huge billboards saying how FANTASTIC their illiberal democracy is working. You couldn't go down to the local shop without being hit in he face by these huge blue posters...here's one of many...
 
 (We save a lot in this reformed system) - rough translation
They then moved onto 'brainwashing' with these billboards about immigrants...there were a lot of different messages, this is one...

(If you come to Hungary, don't take jobs away from Hungarians!) - perfect translation

ALL these posters were paid for by TAX PAYERS money, around HUF 500m each campaign.

The small Two-tailed Dog Party retaliated with their own versions...

 (If you are the Hungarian Prime Minister, you must keep to the laws and regulations) - rough translation

The Two-tailed Dog Party even had their posters in English...You see, the dictatorship communist style illiberal democracy's billboards were in Hungarian, addressed to ALL immigrants who don't know Hungarian! So they were actually PROMOTING HATE amongst Hungarian citizens. The Two-tailed Dog Party wanted to make sure the immigrants understood.



AND NOW...(I think they did this earlier, too), we're getting TV adverts about how GREAT it all is! Yes, we're getting it our faces every hour! This is, of course, ILLEGAL...and they are AGAIN using TAX PAYERS money to promote and brainwash. This blog won't let me add a video plus I can't find one...but here's the message...
 

..errr, no.

No matter how many demonstrations there are, how many lies are debunked, how many MPs are revealed to be liers and cheats, how much corruption is found, they continue on with "Mi van?" (What's the matter?)
The sister of the President (an honourary title, 2nd ranked person in the country and loyal to the 'illiberal democracy') has now been made Head of KLIK, the adminstrative department of Education, the person who deals with all finance and documentation of schools...the teachers are now in a lot of trouble...SHARE THE NEWS....Dictatorship is ripe and alive, in the form of a communist illiberal democracy.

THE PROBLEM
A country isn't one person's plaything to give to that person's friends, family and acquaintances, it belongs to the citizens and so whoever has been elected to lead the country should LISTEN TO THE CITIZENS and NOT THEMSELVES. One's called a Dictatorship, the other a Government.



Oh, and someone read 3 pages of "Rage of Atlantis" through Amazon's KENP the other days...WOW...maybe they'll read more! Or is this the Secret Police, come to find me?

Saturday, February 27, 2016

WQ168

Another Saturday, another Iron Writer Weekend Quickie. As long as I can type, I'll keep doing them...might not be for much longer.



WQ168


200 words. Elements:Your main character must …be in transit for entire story, be running from something, die doing a good deed.

The tram bumped along its track, digging the rusting frame of the window into his shoulder. On this night he felt a hollow emptiness that was the sum of his life. He would take no more. The last tram, the last stop. A short walk to the southernest most bridge on the river. He wouldn’t miss the work, the flat, the faces he met day in day out. Running from a life that wasn’t his own.
Like his life, this tram was empty. At the next stop, a quarreling gypsy couple got on. Earlier, he would’ve got off at the next, now he didn’t care.
The noise they were making grew and the man took out a knife and slashed the girl across her arm. He saw the size of her belly: she was pregnant. The man stabbed her again and shouted more, spitting in her face.
Something got him up, something deep within. With no thought, he ran down the carriage and knocked down the man, both of them falling to the floor. In his last moments, he held the gypsy and watched the girl make her escape at the next stop. He welcomed the darkness, his pain diminishing.

Why is football so important in Hungary?

In the last few years, stadiums are sprouting up everywhere, including the infamous one in the tiny village Felcsút (which just happens to be the birthplace of the PM...http://www.nytimes.com/2014/04/04/business/international/the-village-stadium-a-symbol-of-power-for-hungarys-premier.html?_r=0).
In 2014, Ferencvárosi TC, Debreceni VSC, and Pukás Académia FC. There are more on the way.

Why is football SO important in Hungary? The football is of poor quality (though the national team FINALLY got into the European championships after decades of nothing) and no one goes to watch them play.
Billions of forints are spent on stadiums...

...Billions are diverted from other programs such as feeding the poor...


What can be SOOOO important?
Let's have a look at Ferencvárosi TC football team, they have a new stadium, AND they can donate FIVE HUGE SECURITY GUARDS to BLOCK DEMOCRACY.
(see my earlier post - remember to come back, I'm not finished yet...http://danijcaile.blogspot.hu/2016/02/the-referendum-run-please-share.html)
Using the information from here, the Hungarian Wiki, it can't be wrong, LOL...
This season, they've had 11 matches, with a total of 88,578 attendance (average 8053 per match). The problem is, they have a 23,698 capacity stadium, meaning on average, it is 66% empty (yes, I'm a glass half empty kinda guy :-)).
Mmm, let's look at the other 2014 new stadium...Debreceni VSC football team...11 matches, 33,056 attendance (3005 average) with a 20,340 capacity stadium...85% empty. WTF?! Something's not right here.
Vasas, the new team which won the 2nd division and moved up this year, announced they will receive 7.5 billion forints between 2015 and 2020.

At the moment, they have a small stadium, but their figures are a little better...but still, a TON of money for a sport. Average attendance per match: 2117 with a capacity of 4500 (53% empty).



It's all getting to look a little DODGY, this Government money, sorry, TAX PAYERS' money, going to one sport...a sport, and not some facility or service more in need, like hospitals, education, infrastructure, pensions (they already stole the private pensions), etc.
And why is FOOTBALL so important, in terms of sports? Other Hungarian sports have almost as large attendances, and in some instances, more!

http://hungaryultras.blogspot.hu/2016/02/egyeb-merkozesek-20160201-0215.html
Women's Handball  - Champions League
2016.02.05. Nagybánya - FERENCVÁROS 32-24 - 2.300 – néző
2016.02.13. FERENCVÁROS -  Rostov 29-29 - 4.000 - néző
Basketball  - NB I.
2016.02.13. ZALAEGERSZEG - Falco Szombathely 84-49 - 2.400 – néző
2016.02.10. -SOPRON - Körmend 61-80 -2.000 – néző
Women's Basketball  - EuroCup
2016.02.04. DIÓSGYŐR - Nymburk 77-50 - 1.800 – néző
Women's Volleyball -  Hungarian Cup [Final]
2016.02.12. Békéscsaba - Vasas Budapest 3-0 - 1.800 - néző (Érden)
 

Something is SOOOOO DODGY.
Can you smell that? That's the smell of CORRUPTION on a VERY LARGE scale. 
And what's being done about? Nothing. Because you can't. Democracy has been suspended here.