Why’s the Polish Government Pushing Pro-Ukrainian Propaganda in Hungary?

Why’s the Polish Government Pushing Pro-Ukrainian Propaganda in Hungary?

It’s very scandalous that Poland launched this campaign against Hungary, which used to be its ideological ally in the EU until the US forced its European vassals to choose between it and Russia, which prompted Warsaw to go with Washington while Budapest has done its best to balance between both Great Powers. Hungary Today reported…

Newly Re-Elected Prime Minister Orban Is Doubling Down on Hungary’s Multipolar Path

Newly Re-Elected Prime Minister Orban Is Doubling Down on Hungary’s Multipolar Path

All of these moves are very important since they show that it’s indeed possible for a country to practice principled neutrality even if they’re located smack dab in the heart of the US’ liberal-globalist ‘sphere of influence’. Orban is bravely defying the declining unipolar hegemon and its regional proxies to continue pioneering his vision of…

Orban’s Conservative-Multipolar Example Exposes Kaczynski As A Liberal-Globalist Fraud

Orban’s Conservative-Multipolar Example Exposes Kaczynski As A Liberal-Globalist Fraud

Kaczynski just became Orban’s ideological enemy. He can’t tolerate the Hungarian leader’s truly conservative-multipolar example that by virtue of its being exposes the most powerful person in Poland as a liberal-globalist fraud. That’s why he just backstabbed his supposed ally by publicly condemning him, knowing that this will burn the bridges that were built between…

Bucha, Budapest and the Multiplying Problems of Real War Criminals

Bucha, Budapest and the Multiplying Problems of Real War Criminals

Fungal President Joe Biden openly declared Russian President Vladimir Putin a “war criminal” in a recent outburst while speaking at NATO. He’s repeated this in the wake of the initial images coming out of the town of Bucha, Ukraine where an alleged massacre of civilians by Russian soldiers took place. Like many incidents similar to…

Claims that Neighboring Countries Want to Divide Ukraine Are to Justify Minorities Persecution

Claims that Neighboring Countries Want to Divide Ukraine Are to Justify Minorities Persecution

Maxim Buzhansky, a Member of the Verkhovna Rada (Ukrainian Parliament), said that several European countries have territorial claims against Ukraine. In his opinion, revanchist sentiments come from Poland, Romania and Hungary. Buzhansky emphasized that Kiev’s weakness plays into the other three countries hands and provides an opportunity to revise the history of the region. “These…