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In Latest Humiliation For Brussles, Viktor Orban Wins Hungary Elections In Landslide Victory

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3 minutes ago, shindigger said:

Thats odd, because Sky news have been telling me all week, that the gap between Orban and the globalist nutjobs was set to close.

You wonder why they even bother - how many votes did they expect to influence from here? I guess it's just like a reflex reaction for them these days, something involuntary that just happens, like a fart.

1 minute ago, shindigger said:

Now THAT is a fucking brilliant idea.

Edited by blobloblob

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9 minutes ago, Zanu Bob said:

https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-04-08/latest-humiliation-brussles-viktor-orban-wins-hungary-elections-landslide-victory

In the latest embarrassment for Europe's establishment, the ostracized - by Brussels - Hungarian leader Viktor Orbán, who has waged a relentless vendetta against George Soros in the past year, just won a landslide victory in Hunary's parliamentary elections.

Orban’s ruling Fidesz party has won a sweeping, landslide victory according to preliminary results with 69% of the votes counted.

  • Fidesz with 49.5% of party-list votes, matching most pre-election opinion polls
  • Formerly far-right Jobbik second with 20% of list votes, Socialists at 11.9%
  • LMP and DK parties also poised to clear parliamentary threshold based on partial count

In other words, Orbán's Fidesz party has secured an absolute majority, and may even reach as much as a two-thirds majority of 133 seats, enough to pursue a constitutional amendment, making life for George Soros in Hungary even more unbearable.'

Cause for celebration, Organ mentioned at 2min46sec :

 

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1 hour ago, shindigger said:

Thats odd, because Sky news have been telling me all week, that the gap between Orban and the globalist nutjobs was set to close.

the So-Called BBC said precisely that on tonight's 10 o'clock news! They couldn't have got it more wrong it seems. 

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1 hour ago, The Idiocrat said:

the So-Called BBC said precisely that on tonight's 10 o'clock news! They couldn't have got it more wrong it seems. 

what a surprise that the polling companies and the legacy media try to cling onto delusions that they know best .... seems the people think differently.

 

This is going to be VERY interesting ...

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5 hours ago, JFK said:

what a surprise that the polling companies and the legacy media try to cling onto delusions that they know best .... seems the people think differently.

 

This is going to be VERY interesting ...

Still glowing after their success with placeman Macron, for while I think they were beginning to feel they had lost control of their narrative creating and king making capabilities altogether. 

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the So-Called BBC in typical sour grapes mode explains that he lost Budapest and the youth vote. 

They helpfully add

The result spells trouble ahead for civil society groups which campaign for human rights and against corruption, and for critical media.

 

Because our country isn’t riddled with corrupt practices and our media are seekers of the truth

xD

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18 minutes ago, One percent said:

the So-Called BBC in typical sour grapes mode explains that he lost Budapest and the youth vote. 

They helpfully add

The result spells trouble ahead for civil society groups which campaign for human rights and against corruption, and for critical media.

 

Because our country isn’t riddled with corrupt practices and our media are seekers of the truth

xD

Apparently Hungray's media has been accused of silencing opposition voices.

So just like the So-Called BBC and the MSM in the U.K then.

 

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Just now, Virgil Caine said:

Apparently Hungray's media has been accused of silencing opposition voices.

So just like the So-Called BBC and the MSM in the U.K then.

 

I wonder which is better at deflection and obfuscation?  

I would put my money on the So-Called BBC for that. 

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35 minutes ago, One percent said:

the So-Called BBC in typical sour grapes mode explains that he lost Budapest and the youth vote. 

They helpfully add

The result spells trouble ahead for civil society groups which campaign for human rights and against corruption, and for critical media.

 

Because our country isn’t riddled with corrupt practices and our media are seekers of the truth

xD

In the main the youth vote in most European countries is going to lean left,it really means nothing,in my youth I was a member of the Labour party and now I absolutely despise them as an adult.

You soon grow out of it when you start paying taxes unless you are in a job that is paid for by the taxpayer.

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5 hours ago, The Masked Tulip said:

In other news the Outer Hebrides will soon get its first mosque via money raised via crowd-funding.

 

3 hours ago, One percent said:

FFS I thought TMT must be joking too. Is there no safe haven? >:(

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12 hours ago, shindigger said:

'Goulash' isn't really a Hungarian dish, it's like saying 'stew' is a British dish. 

Try stuffed cabbage instead, much nicer - ('rantott kaposta') - http://www.geniuskitchen.com/recipe/hungarian-stuffed-cabbage-351761

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