According to Bence Rétvári Népszava, Hungarians cook the world at any time

According to the mayor and pre-election prime ministerial candidate, the current government has no moral sense.

“We who are here in the square know exactly what we say yes to and what we say no to,” Gergely Karácsony began his speech at the “Demonstration for the Student City, against Fidesz” in Kossuth Square. In his speech, the mayor of Budapest emphasized that they were not protesting against the Chinese people and not even against China. I simply do not want an elite university built on Chinese credit to come true. According to him, the Fudan case is about “whether Hungary can be ruled by those who see politics as domination and not as service.”

The Fudan case is the complete moral suicide of Fidesz

He added. The politician believes the Fudan University investment highlights that every word of the commune is a lie, and also reveals that nothing but themselves is sacred to them. According to Gergely Karácsony, the CÖF’s “we will not be a colony with a caption” is now very topical, and he recalled that in Fidesz they claim that they are fighting the Communists with all their might, even removing the red star from a beer brand. “Compared to that, if Fudan came, would they amend the law to have a red star on it?” he asked. “There is nothing more destructive, no more repulsive than a power that has no moral sense of itself, that serves the few instead of the majority, that serves the public interest instead of the private interest,” the mayor said. He added that it was strange to him what had become of the Bibó college students who had also protested against the Tiananmen Square massacre. These former “suta teenagers, teenagers in suits, became yachts and gave the Chinese elite university places for rural students.” Then Gergely Karácsony expressed his sincere hope that there are Fidesz voters in the crowd to whom he sent a message.

“We have no other country. Are you sure you want this, for heaven’s sake ?!”

He asked them. He then said they wanted to replace the government for the sake of Fidesz voters as well. “It is not the prime minister who has a country, but the country has a prime minister (…) we do not want to be a companion, we want to tie up in the West (…) we have to stand in front of the propaganda machine, which will beat wedges between us.” He said. In the end, he judged this government to look weaker than it actually was. He stated that “with the Fudan case, we will begin to recapture Hungary from power.” He encouraged everyone to take part in the consultation launched by the opposition and encouraged him to take part in the pre-election. “Long live Hungarian freedom, long live the Hungarian home,” concluded Gergely Karácsony. After the demonstration, the mayor told our newspaper, according to him, they could show that the people of the capital, but not even the whole Hungarian society, did not ask for Fudan University. The protesters have been able to show strength, and the consultation launched on the matter will certainly lead to this result. He stated that even if the government decides to stay in the story even after that, it not only means a moral low point for them, but also indicates that something else may be in the background.

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