Are the Orbans terrified? They are launching a traveling exhibition to see who shouldn’t be voted on next year

Following the Őszödi speech given by former Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsány in 2006, a country-wide traveling exhibition entitled “Police Terror” entitled “Blooded Republic” was launched at the Civil Co-operation Forum (CÖF) – Civil Co-operation Service (NJSZ) on Saturday in Budapest. In Hungarian: from taxpayers’ money.

Zoltán Lomnici Jr., spokesman for CÖF-CÖKA, emphasized:

the exhibition was created to remind people of what happened in 2006, the suppression of peaceful demonstrations, the days that are among the darkest days in Hungarian history.

He said they came to remember the offenders who were not protected by the UN, the European Union or the press at the time.

He believed that the left still aligns with the theses of the Autumn Speech, the pillars of which are incorporated into their campaign and communication.

The spokesman drew a historical parallel between what happened in 2006 and the Soviet coup, which was “coup-like” in 1919. And this shows that left-wing aggression cannot recur and use the same tools again, he said.

Are the Orbans terrified?  They are launching a traveling exhibition to see who shouldn’t be voted on next year

The then prime minister “stimulates the most sensitive points of Hungarian public life with his constant presence.” They want to remind the Hungarian people of this – said Jr. Zoltán Lomnici.

Tamás Gaudi-Nagy, the managing director of NJSZ, believed that

the bloodiest army violence of the last fifty years took place in September and October 2006.

According to him, there is now irrefutable evidence that what happened in September and October 2006 was a series of state-organized terrorist acts carried out with the clear knowledge and consent of the political leaders at the time, and in an undeniable order, on the instructions of the police leadership. police officers without badges.

Their left-hand predecessors set an excellent example of this in the form of the Red Terror of 1919, the ÁVH nail clippings after 1945, the retaliation after 1956 and the rubber sticks of the Kádár regime.

he said.

And those who promise to restore the rule of law today and lie about the lack of the rule of law have trampled the rule of law in the mud and are still making serious lies about what happened then, he said.

He said nearly two thousand people were injured in the “police terror”, about two hundred of whom suffered serious, permanent injuries. Subsequently, only 17 police officers were convicted by the courts and only two of them were sentenced to imprisonment.

In his view, those who have committed this “disgrace” are once again coming to power, and there can be no doubt that they will use similar means again.

The stake in the 2022 parliamentary elections is also to finally start holding those political leaders to justice, Tamás Nagy Gaudi said.

Norbert Hezler, the national coordinator of CÖF-CÖKA, said at the opening:

In his speech in Őszöd, Ferenc Gyurcsány confessed that he had betrayed his country and deceived the citizens voting in the 2006 parliamentary elections, ie he won the elections by fraud.

The traveling exhibition, which was held in the trunk of a truck during a country tour, will be on display in more than 20 settlements until October 23rd.

Next to the title of the exhibition, the truck contains a quote from the Öszöd speech:

“We lied in the morning, night and evening,” or “Don’t let it happen again!” subtitle.

Among the exhibits of the exhibition are a carbine and a carbine suitable for firing tear gas grenades, a riot police uniform at that time, as well as recordings of the 2006 demonstrations and interviews with the participants on five television screens. Meanwhile, the Öszöd speech is coming from the speakers.

Source: MTI

Photo: MTI / Koszticsák Szilárd

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