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Gábor Vona had a lecture at Lomonosov University in Russia
Gábor Vona had a lecture at Lomonosov University
Last week Gábor Vona visited Moscow on an invitation. He was invited by a professor of Lomonosov University, Prof. Alexandr Dugin, to present a lecture on the topic of "Russia and Europe".
Prof. Dugin is the former geopolitical advisor of President Putin and now he advises the Speaker of the Duma, the Russian Parliament. Gábor Vona met several leading politicians and had negotiations with them about the important issues of Hungarian-Russian relations. He met Ivan Dmitriyevich Grachov, the president of the Russian Parliament's energy policy committee and Vasiliy Tarasyuk, the vice-president of the same committee, who is also the vice-president of the Russian-Hungarian friendship group. He also spoke with Leonid Ivanovich Kalashnikov, the vice-president of the foreign affairs committee; two government MPs Yevgeniy Fedorov and Anton Vasilyevich Romanov as well as Alexei Anatolyevich Starikov, the vice-president of the Russian gas-industry association.
America: Europe's deformed offspring
The main topics of the discussions were the economic relations of the two countries, the potential Hungarian export and the crisis of the Union - Gábor Vona states in his post. After these meetings he held his presentation at the sociology department of Lomonosov University. The lecture was attended by approximately fifty students and teachers.
In his lecture, he referred to America as the deformed offspring of Europe and the EU as the traitor of our continent. In his view, Russia represents Europe much better than either of the two above, as it preserves its traditions and does not follow the culture of money and the masses. He said that the US could survive by looting and exploiting North America, and this life without traditions and culture was spread to Europe. In his view, Europe has become the servant and a sort of member state of the US, and their economies are so intertwined that a US bankruptcy would bring down Europe as well.
Professor Alexandr Dugin and Gábor Vona
Gábor Vona warned in his lecture that many believed deep integration to be the only solution for the crisis but it would mean that the countries would lose their independence. Regarding the connection between the two entities, the party president said that the modern age saw a sick Europe invading the New World to alleviate its own problems, while now it is a sick America invading Europe to alleviate its own crisis.
There is no Europe without values and national thinking
The president says that countries must not give up their own history and national values, this is the only way to think in Europe. In Gábor Vona's view, Russia's role would be to counterbalance Americanisation. He said that the EU's promises were nothing but lies, we were not given more freedom, instead, they took our markets and factories, while store shelves were filled with cast-off Western products.
According to Vona, Hungary must decide within a few years whether to stay with the EU, join a forming Eurasian Union or try to remain independent. One thing is certain - added the party president -, the first path is not an option for us, we have no future there. Instead, we must give way to transcendent values and quit the matrix of global capitalism.
Gábor Vona, Ivan Dmitriyevich Grachov, Béla Kovács
Russia sees through Western media
The party president writes that he received a lot of questions from the audience and another invitation from the organisers. Gábor Vona also says that his Moscow visit is a major breakthrough as it became clear that Russian leaders consider Jobbik as a partner. They said that they were following the media coverage about the party, but they did not consider it relevant for understanding it since they knew how the media operates. They aim to maintain good relations with all parties that enjoy the trust of the Hungarian people so they pay close attention to the rise of Jobbik as well - writes Gábor Vona.
He states that they focus on the foreign policy of the given party, and they do not want to interfere with our domestic policy. "One more step forward..." - concludes the post by the president of Jobbik.