Sons conceived: sin is drying up in the souls of regime-changing governments

Fidesz cannot hold the hands of all young people in the coming decades: the Orbán regime will survive its name if it becomes self-sufficient if it succeeds in embedding the political system in a cultural era. To this end, the goal of a national conservative re-education program should be to increase the proportion of young people’s freedom and freedom from clown equality, and, of course, to weave a network of contacts and a fence of alienation. The experiment is not unsuccessful: in the Fidesz regime since 2010, the adult generation seems to perceive two different worlds. Their political divisions are above average in the region, 67 per cent are anti-migration, and 56 per cent say success requires a good government relationship. However, the situation is not hopeless, as young people are experiencing a higher proportion of problems with climate change, emigration and corruption than the general population. Elections are neither free nor fair, according to 78 percent of young people (including 20 pro-government). (Echo)

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