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In Hungary, The Ultrafascist Jobbik Party Sowing Terror Among Minorities And Foreigners.

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  1. punkmar77

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    The Ultrafascist Jobbik Party Sowing Terror Among Minorities And Foreigners In Hungary.
    The militias are chasing Roma

    "We are afraid, because the extremists will attack us and insult us. They have organized demonstrations against us and demand our expulsion from the towns where they live. Our life in Hungary has always been hard, but has worsened in recent months." Who thus expressed is a young gypsy who Viktor call because, for security reasons, prefers to hide his name.

    In a telephone conversation, said Viktor Gyöngyöspata living in a town of about 2,400 inhabitants situated in northern Hungary, where more than 400 Roma. His situation, he says, "has worsened" since the far-right party Jobbik got 17% of the vote and 47 deputies and became the third force in the last parliamentary elections a year ago.

    "We are afraid, because we attack and insult us," says a young gypsy

    Jobbik (Movement for a Better Hungary), founded in 2003, is led by Gábor Vona, a Semitic heritage that reflects the ideology of the Nazis and Hungarian fascists and that has made the rejection of the Gypsies and foreigners in one of its main objectives politicians. Uniformed members and supporters of this party have been deployed by various peoples of northern Hungary to require Roma to leave their homes.

    Vona extremists fanning tensions against Gypsies and, in some cases, local authorities turn a blind eye. Moreover, according to a local media, some mayors in northern Hungary, have called these militias to control security in the streets and keep Roma at bay.

    János Farkas, the patriarch of the gypsy community of Gyöngyöspata, told a local newspaper: "We are afraid. I can not forget those men in uniform and black boots [Jobbik fans] who marched through the streets of the neighborhood where we live chanting military. " Most of these violent men are former members of Magyar Garda (Hungarian Guard), an illegal paramilitary group that is inspired by the aesthetics and ideology of Arrow Cross, the Hungarian fascist party before World War II.
    Bandidos Army

    In Gyöngyöspata, racist extremists called Jovoért Polgáror Szebb Egyesület (Association of civilian patrols for a better future). Other factions such as the Sentinel Army and the Army of the Bandidos, who sow fear among Hungarian Gypsies.

    The ultras and the population that supports them justify the harassment of Gypsies, saying that "we must defend ourselves from committing theft." János Farkas says extremists "make our lives impossible, they insult and humiliate us. The State does nothing and the local police appease aggressors." "We have come to say that we wisely to get away from Hungary, because otherwise they would kill us," laments Viktor.

    Even the town mayors resort to violent right wing militias controlling the streets.

    Jobbik leader Gábor Vona, was in Gyöngyöspata and met with local authorities, who gave thanks for the security work done by their militias.

    The right-wing government of Viktor Orban has been obliged to substitute in some populations to local police officers moved from Budapest and other cities. Jobbik not think our guard down, and recently organized a demonstration in Hejoszalonta, about 180 kilometers from Budapest to protest against "Gypsy crime." A part of the local elite headed by the director of public school said the ultras, while the mayor, Jozsef Anderko, expressed solidarity with the gypsies, along with militants human Proderecho


    El partido Jobbik siembra el miedo entre los extranjeros
    Las milicias van a la caza de los gitanos
    El partido ultra Jobbik siembra el terror entre las minorías y los extranjeros

    "Estamos asustados, porque los extremistas nos agreden y nos insultan. Han organizado manifestaciones contra nosotros y exigen nuestra expulsión de los pueblos donde vivimos. Nuestra vida en Hungría siempre ha sido dura, pero ha empeorado en los últimos meses". Quien así se expresa es un joven gitano al que llamaremos Viktor, porque, por razones de seguridad, prefiere ocultar su nombre.

    En conversación telefónica, Viktor explica que vive en Gyöngyöspata, un pueblo de unos 2.400 habitantes situado en el norte de Hungría donde residen más de 400 gitanos. Su situación, según explica, "ha empeorado" desde que el partido ultraderechista Jobbik consiguió el 17% de los votos y 47 diputados y se convirtió en la tercera fuerza parlamentaria en las pasadas elecciones legislativas, hace un año.

    "Estamos asustados, porque nos agreden y nos insultan", dice un joven gitano

    Jobbik (Movimiento para una Hungría Mejor), fundado en 2003, está liderado por Gábor Vona, un antisemita que recoge el legado ideológico de los fascistas y nazis húngaros y que ha convertido el rechazo a los gitanos y los extranjeros en uno de sus principales objetivos políticos. Militantes y simpatizantes uniformados de este partido se han desplegado por diversos pueblos del norte de Hungría para exigir a los gitanos que abandonen sus lugares de residencia.

    Los extremistas de Vona atizan las tensiones contra los gitanos y, en algunos casos, las autoridades locales hacen la vista gorda. Es más, según revela un medio de comunicación local, algunos alcaldes del norte de Hungría han llamado a estas milicias para que controlaran la seguridad en sus calles y mantuvieran a raya a los gitanos.

    János Farkas, el patriarca de la comunidad gitana de Gyöngyöspata, declaró a un periódico local: "Estamos asustados. No puedo olvidar a esos hombres uniformados y con botas negras [los seguidores de Jobbik] que desfilaban por las calles del barrio donde vivimos entonando cantos militares". La mayoría de estos hombres violentos son antiguos miembros de Magyar Garda (Guardia húngara), un grupo paramilitar ilegal que se inspira en la estética y la ideología de Cruz Flechada, el partido fascista húngaro antes de la Segunda Guerra Mundial.
    Ejército de los Bandidos

    En Gyöngyöspata, los extremistas racistas se denominan Szebb Jovoért Polgáror Egyesulet (Asociación de patrullas civiles para un mejor porvenir). Existen otros grupúsculos como el Ejército Nacional de los Centinelas y el Ejército de los Bandidos, que siembran el miedo entre los gitanos húngaros.

    Los ultras y la población que les da apoyo justifican el acoso a los gitanos diciendo que "tenemos que defendernos de los robos que cometen". János Farkas asegura que los extremistas "nos hacen la vida imposible, nos insultan y nos humillan. El Estado no hace nada y la Policía local contemporiza con nuestros agresores". "Nos han llegado a decir que nos largáramos de Hungría, porque de lo contrario nos iban a matar", se lamenta Viktor.

    Hasta los alcaldes recurren a milicias violentas para controlar las calles

    El líder de Jobbik, Gábor Vona, estuvo en Gyöngyöspata y se entrevistó con las autoridades locales, que le dieron las gracias por la labor de seguridad llevada a cabo por sus milicias.

    El Gobierno de derecha de Viktor Orban se ha visto en la obligación de sustituir en algunas poblaciones a los policías locales por agentes trasladados desde Budapest y otras urbes. Jobbik no piensa bajar la guardia, y recientemente organizó una manifestación en Hejoszalonta, a unos 180 kilómetros de Budapest, para protestar contra "un crimen gitano". Una parte de la élite local encabezada por el director de la escuela pública se manifestó con los ultras, mientras que el alcalde, Jozsef Anderko, se solidarizó con los gitanos, junto con militantes proderechos humanos.

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  2. vAsSiLy77

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    i was already translating two articles of the budapest antifa-network about the attacks into german, but my english...

    the attacks are well organized and coordinated and there seem to be a strategy to choose more rural areas with a traditional high level of resentments against minorities - easy prey and low risk for the scum...
    the always slow reacting militia is often more than surprised and barely capable to respond, but the scum had to face some strong resistance near Budapest on more than one occasion, ambushed and driven off by antifa and leftwingers they lost a number of weapons, equipment and documents - giving evidence that the whole campaign was prepared over a long time, including recruiting paramilitaries from Croatia and elsewhere, even some german "wehrsport"-members were identified.
    their paramilitary appearance is really disturbing and something new because of the numbers of camo-wearing idiots they are able to herd together - but as always they aren't that strong and brave against firm resistance.
    the big problem in the background is the economic situation in Hungary and the conservatives' fooling around with nationalism and the pre-communist "glorious past" - the rebirth of the arrow cross movement is the best example how inspiring this yakety-yak babbling was - now some of the conservatives smell the consequence and call for a quick repression of the ultra-right - very similiar to the german colleagues after the nazi-successes in former east germany...
    there is a number of groups and organisations competeting amongst the ultra right, some populists gave sometimes quite amusing but very temporary performances - last years elections seemed to be some protest against the overall situation - jobbik didn't got much attention, so the results were a big bad surprise.
     
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    Jobbik has it's followers in my country too, but our antifa did some grafiti-action.
    I have heard they got 17% of the votes, which is unaccaptable. The same problem is happening in Finland if I'm not wrong ?

    The party's poster :
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    I still don't get the connection between Croatian and Hungarian nationalist political party. It's even stupider when you realize that Jobbik wants half of the Croatia ( see picture above) Boycott bastards ! :anti-nazi: Fuck patriotizm !
     
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    They also want a part of Serbia, Slowenia and a part from Romania after loosing it somewhere in the 15th century during the war against the Osmans - and the finn/magyar connection is even older:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hungarian_ ... n_language
    Finns and pre-hungarian Magyars were one people 4500 years ago but separated from each other during the prehistoric wandering...
    Seems to be part of the old nazi-madness: Looking for "lost brothers" everywhere...

    Finland, Croatia, Romania and Hungary collaborated with the german nazis during the war, eagerly supporting the "final solution" via ustacha, arrow cross movement and finn military/ the german war efford with contingents of "volunteers" for the eastern front and the fight against partisans on the Balkan.
    Too bad that most of their traditional organisations survived during the communist regimes - fuck them both!
     
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    Pic-googling for "jobbik party" gives some fine examples of black&white idiots marching in rank&file and wearing cosumes and funny beards - what a fucking bunch of creeps! :ecouteurs:
     
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    good news today:
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    good riddance asshole, I'm sure we will never miss you!
    http://gyongyospatasolidarity.wordpress ... %A1s+Eszes - sum moar backgrounds
     
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