András Lovasi also sings from Gyurcsány’s sheet music


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“There’s no more fun in life”

András Lovasi, the frontman of the ensemble Kispál and Borz, felt he had to speak out against the NER, and as horrible and oppressive as this system was, he could have done so, quite in an Alpine style. Where else than in the Hungarian Sound did the musician pour his heart:

“I hope I deserve their fall. I am not thinking of an electoral defeat, but of the great work, the NER, going to the trash, as a recent author of the constitution, minden) In the end, it will not be good for those who are on top of the foam, because in these systems bad everywhere. Just like hell. ”

Of course, he did all this by moving on the ground of independence and objectivity, refraining from personalization. But a true liberal artist can have everything, there are no limits.

Lovasi even objected to the good relations that certain musicians maintain with the government, adding that these artists also prospered well in the Kádár regime.

However, the eye-catching interviewer did not ask why the only problem is that an artist is right-wing, because there are relatively few condemnatory articles and negative comments about the fact that a significant part of the actor, artist and music society has warrior left-wing views. and, say, standing guard, assuring the support of the SZFE rebels.

But nothing and no one is perfect, not even András Lovasi. He who is already there, in his words, is so fed up that he will no longer even vote for the Two-Tailed Dog party, but will take strength in himself and vote for the coalition.

Isn’t that wonderful? Like in a fairy-tale. But we haven’t just come down from the wall guard, we know exactly that Lovasi’s appearance is not a coincidence, as the liberal musician is already singing from Gyurcsány’s sheet music.

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