Sweden – The Terrorists’ Paradise The Swedish press is dominated by extreme Leftists and liberals, so Hungarians shouldn’t be surprised by their insults, Daniel Friberg, a Swedish economist based in Hungary, explained to Magyar Hirlap. According to the founder of the Swedish metapolitical think tank Motpol and the Website RightOn.net, and co-founder of the publishing… Continue reading Interview with Daniel Friberg
In a few days we publish my interview with Thierry Baudet, a great mind, so here are some quick thoughts about our discussion – with the undisguised intention of hyping up the interview for you 😉 Hele ochtend interviews met Hongaarse kranten & tv-zender Uno. pic.twitter.com/8qlJQsi7Kh — Thierry Baudet (@thierrybaudet) February 6, 2016 Mr Baudet’s… Continue reading Europe, as we know her
Now that the Swedish Twitterverse has got all tangled up in #Richegate, a clear pseudo-event, it might be useful for my Swedish readers to look into a mirror. If you, Dear Reader, belong to the Swedish mainstream, I have bad news for you, because you spent your whole Sunday being the useful idiot of people you… Continue reading What the hell is wrong with you, Sweden?
A book about the global liberal influence – Review of A jobboldal visszatér (The Real Right Returns) by Daniel Friberg Britain-based Arktos, worldwide number one publisher of right wing literature has released a book in Hungarian for the first time. Author of A jobboldal visszatér, Daniel Friberg is one of the founders of Arktos and… Continue reading Value crisis in Europe
Fellow women are always very sharp-sightedly spotting even the most cunning sexism, just to prove that one of the most popular stereotypes is actually true: we are hysterical. Really, how can we call it when they are sending negative pregnancy tests to László Kövér? Well congratulations, really. Even that would make more sense if we’d… Continue reading There’s a Problem, Girls!
Europe’s right wing, people’s party politicians, except for the radicals, are cowards, they don’t dare to represent the opinion of their own voters because of the terror of political correctness. The straight consequence of this might be that their voters will leave them, said László Kövér, Speaker of the Hungarian Parliament on Echo Tv. It’s… Continue reading The 24th Hour