Unsurprisingly, such terms as “Orbánism” or “illiberalism”, as heralded by the Hungarian prime minister, have become buzzwords and points of reference for many journalists, politicians and other opinion shapers socialized in the European political culture.
The EU’s operation has always been characterized by a certain kind of lumbering bureaucracy when it comes to making hard decisions. In recent years however, the community has more and more frequently suffered serious losses due to its indecision.
We can safely say that Hungary has not been the country of unexpected political turns during the thirty years since the collapse of communism.
Hungary’s capital has been hosting more and more bizarre political meetings, thanks to the increasing international isolation and drifting to the far-right of Viktor Orbán’s Fidesz party.

Welcome

Dear Friends,

Allow me to proudly present our website where you can read the latest information on the activities of Jobbik Movement for a Better Hungary. Three decades have passed since Hungary stepped on the path of European integration. Back then we were dreaming about becoming a member of a successful community resting on solid foundations. However, our continent is now nearly torn apart by conflicting interests. Today’s European Union is characterized by crises while Hungary echoes with the ideological disputes of the past. What we aim for Europe is to once again become a fair continent that shows solidarity and respects its Christian values the way it was envisioned by the founding fathers of European integration. As for Hungary, we want it to become a free, democratic and competitive country, just as we wished for at the time when Communism collapsed. Come with us!

Best regards,

Márton Gyöngyösi

News

Jobbik in EU What is Orbánism and what is not Orbánism? – Thoughts on preventing the inflation of terminology – The Weekly 68
Unsurprisingly, such terms as “Orbánism” or “illiberalism”, as heralded by the Hungarian prime minister, have become buz
Jobbik in EU The EU is forced to act – How long can we let our common norms be questioned? – The Weekly 67
The EU’s operation has always been characterized by a certain kind of lumbering bureaucracy when it comes to making hard
Jobbik in EU Hungary primaries: Opposition takes the initiative – The Weekly 66
We can safely say that Hungary has not been the country of unexpected political turns during the thirty years since the
Jobbik in EU Budapest Demographic Summit – Life in an alternate reality – The Weekly 65
Hungary’s capital has been hosting more and more bizarre political meetings, thanks to the increasing international isol

Himnusz - National Anthem

Isten, áldd meg a magyart,
Jó kedvvel, bőséggel,
Nyújts feléje védő kart,
Ha küzd ellenséggel;
Bal sors akit régen tép,
Hozz rá víg esztendőt,
Megbűnhődte már e nép
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