Today, we will advance to Kossuth Square under a banner that reads “The two good friends – Protect Europe together!”
We will quietly demonstrate that the common fate of Poles and Hungarians has created a familial relationship between our peoples.
I have read your statement about the suspension of the Hungarian daily Népszabadság with great apprehension. In order to make myself clear, I would like to describe briefly the history of the newspaper you chose to defend.
I have read your statement about the suspension of the Hungarian daily Népszabadság with great apprehension. In order to make myself clear, I would like to describe briefly the history of the newspaper you chose to defend.read more
There is a possibility that the highest form of democracy, the referendum, will work out in Hungary. The public has shown that they are capable of taking their fate into their own hands, or indeed continuously caring for their future if necessary. Meanwhile, the political parties have, deliberately or by accident, revealed their hands.read more
After the massive success of the Civil Academy and the Intellectual Home Defence Symposium series, the Civil Union has started a new series of presentations, with the inaugural event held on 29 September 2016 at Saint Margaret High School.read more
Fateful No Votes!
We welcome the overwhelming victory wrought by true democrats
John Lukacs provided a foreword to Sir Bryan Cartledge’s The Will to Survive: A History of Hungary, which provides a comprehensive overview of the history of Hungary.read more
Food for Thought
The neoliberal elite in Brussels has strayed from the path designated by the citizens of the European Union. What they’re doing is the opposite of Mother Theresa, the symbolic representative of Christian solidarity and love. She ignored all political interests to mediate divine mercy and bring help to all corners of the world.read more