We Are Not Alone: Zsolt Bayer’s White Genocide Speech
ZSOLT Bayer, Hungarian author, journalist, publicist, is one of the founders of Fidesz, the current ruling political party of Hungary of which Prime Minister Viktor Orbán is the leader and founder. Fidesz was founded as a youthful underground anti-communist movement in the 1980s, and has grown into a well-respected and powerful conservative political force that holds unparalleled support in Hungary.
Zsolt Bayer and Viktor Orbán have been close friends for 30 years, and in mid-September 2015, a liberal left-wing George Soros-funded magazine Magyar Narancs, unveiled a tasteless and ignorant cover with Viktor Orbán wearing a Hitler mustache made out of barbed wire. Zsolt Bayer, coming to the defense of his friend, organized a rally attended by 2000 people before the offices of Magyar Narancs. He not only criticized the magazine and its supporters, but went out of his way to openly speak about that taboo reality: White genocide. He even drew attention to the Jewish professor who openly calls for an end to White people, Noel Ignatiev. He unfortunately chose to use “Nazi” as a smear word right back in the faces of his accusers and even accused them of trivializing “victims of the Holocaust” (showing a total — or pretended — misunderstanding of National Socialism and ignorance of the history of World War 2), but the speech is ground-breaking nevertheless. One also notes his reference to “hidden powers” and “pharisaic” ideas.
Observant viewers can see that the words, spoken some months ago, of Mr. Bayer — who is notorious for his sarcastic, fearless wit in his columns and blogs — are slowly being pulled into more public forums. In his own statements, Viktor Orbán himself has recently touched upon these subjects, hinting that he too is very well aware of the truth, but as a politician, must play the game.
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Source: National Vanguard correspondents