Bruno Gollnisch: Trianon is unjust - Speech on Jobbik’s October 23 commemoration

Internationally recognized, prestigious politician on Jobbik’s 56 event



Bruno Gollnisch, MEP of the strongest French radical party, the Front National and president of the Alliance of European National Movements delivered a speech on Jobbik’s October 23 commemoration.


Bruno Gollnisch MEP of the French Front National steps to the microphone in the midst of laud “Down with Trianon” scansion and he shouts his greeting in Hungarian “Adjon az Isten!” (God give us!) Budapest set an example in heroism when it rebelled against the dictatorship of the Soviet Union.  “Today the same people set an example in resistance against the euro-global union” – he says, then adds that the Hungarian nation which has given so many heroes, saints and martyrs to the world should not be instructed from Brussels. The French politician - causing great surprise for the crowd- calls the Treaty of Trianon “unjust and shameful” and shout “Nem, nem, soha! (No, no never) to the people. In his farewell he wishes for all the patriots of the world to rebel together with Hungary and to protect the freedom of nations.


Speech by Bruno Gollnisch in French


„Adjon az Isten!


Chers amis de la Hongrie libre!


C’est magnifique d’être aujourd’hui avec vous, si nombreux, dans cette belle cité de Budapest qui donna au monde entier un exemple d’héroïsme.


Je salue vos efforts aujourd’hui, ceux du mouvement Jobbik, de votre président Gábor Vona, de mes amis Krisztina Morvai, Zoltán Balczó e Béla Kovács, pour défendre votre dignité et votre indépendance.


Car, comme l’a rappelé Jean-Marie Le Pen, la diversité et l’égalité de nos nations est un héritage essentiel de notre civilisation européenne.


En 1956, le peuple hongrois s’est soulevé contre la dictature de l’Union Soviétique Socialiste. Aujourd’hui il donne l’exemple de la résistance à l’Union Soviétique Euro-mondialiste!


L’Union Européenne impose l’ouverture á tous les flux de marchandises, de personnes et de capitaux. Importations de marchandises fabriqués á vil prix qui ruinent nos entreprises. Immigration massive qui submerge nos peuples. Capitaux étrangers qui s’approprient notre patrimoine.


Vous avez le droit de choisir un autre destin.


Vous avez le droit de faire référence á votre héritage spirituel chrétien dans le préambule de votre constitution.


La nation hongroise qui a donné au monde tant de héros, de saints, de martyrs de la liberté, n’a pas d’ordres á recevoir de Bruxelles!


Et je m’écrie avec Petőfi:   Talpra, magyar!  (Debout, Magyars!)


Votre présence montre que, si l’injuste et affreux traité de Trianon a dépecé la Hongrie, il n’a pas tué le courage des Hongrois!


Avec vous les patriotes du monde entier se dressent pour défendre la liberté de leurs nations.


Nous n’accepterons jamais la destruction de nos identités.


Nem, nem, soha!       (Non, non, jamais!)


Patriotes de tous les pays, unissez-vous!”


 


Speech by Bruno Gollnisch


“Adjon az Isten! (God give us!)


My dear Hungarian friends!


It is wonderful to be here with you today in Budapest in this beautiful city which has set an example to the whole world in heroism.


I welcome your, the Jobbik for a Better Hungary Movement, President Gábor Vona and my friends, Krisztina Morva, Zoltán Balczó and Béla Kovács’s efforts trying to protect your dignity and independence.


As Jean-Marie Le Pen suggested the diversity and equality of the nations is a significant legacy of the European civilization.


In 1956 the Hungarian nation rebelled against the dictatorship of the Soviet Union. Today the same people set an example in resistance against the euro-global union.


The European Union imposes for everyone the intemperate flow of goods, people and the capital, the import of such goods, which are produced with an iniquitously low cost and which destroy our enterprises, the mass emigration which absorbs our people and the foreign capital which appropriates our assets.


You do have the right to choose another destiny!


You do have the right to refer to your Christian heritage in the preamble of your constitution!


The Hungarian nation which has given so many heroes, saints and martyrs to the world should not be instructed from Brussels!


And as Petőfi said, so do I: Talpra Magyar! (Rise up, Hungarians!)


Your presence is the evidence that although the unjust and shameful Treaty of Trianon disjointed Hungary it could not extinguish the courage of the Hungarians.


All the patriots of the world rebelled together with you in order to protect the freedom of our nations.


We will never accept the destruction of our own identity.


Nem, nem, soha! (No, no, never)


Patriots of the world unite! ”


 


Budapest - 23 October, 2012