Hungarians Find Glamorous Anti-Zionist Leader
September 24, 2010
(Budapest Correspondent, henrymakow.com)
Krisztina Morvai is among the very few politicians in Europe who dares to criticize Zionism.
Last year she was herself much criticized by the Hungarian Jewish organization which is a fanatic supporter of Zionism (MAZSIHISZ) because she happened to post this message to them on an online forum:
"I would be greatly pleased if those who call themselves proud Hungarian Jews played in their leisure with their tiny circumcised dicks, instead of besmirching me. Your kind of people are used to seeing all of our kind of people stand to attention and adjust to you every time you fart. Would you kindly acknowledge this is now OVER. We have raised our head up high and we shall no longer tolerate your kind of terror. We shall take back our country."
She`s a practicing Catholic with three daughters. Her ex-husband, a journalist, is a Jewish socialist. Although she supports fully the Jobbik party, she is not a member. However the party has chosen her as its nominee in the next Presidential election.
I trust her for all she has said and done in accordance with Christ`s teachings.
As for the Jobbik, until today it is in my opinion a genuinely nationalist party, harshly opposed to any form of imperialism. It stands for a family-centered Hungarian society in an independent and neutral nation-state.
Of course many try to discredit it, mainly the governing party (FIDESZ) which is a patsy of the EU (his leader was personally chosen by Soros more than twenty years ago) but also the socialist and the "liberal" parties.
Now you have also to consider this: for some years Zionism is not in good terms with the EU, mainly because the latter wants to get rid of an imperialist Israel in order to extend "peacefully" (aka with the Soros "open-society" brainwashing) the influence of the EU to the North-African Muslim societies.
So, from the point of view of the Zionist leadership, I guess it could be possibly advantageous to support secretly a nationalist party like the Jobbik.
See Krisztina Morvai tell EU the majority of Europeans are "fed up" with globalization. (Youtube)
In the UN Women's Rights Committee Morvai conducted research into what she called the "inhumane living conditions" of Palestinian women, which resulted in a complaint being filed against her by the Israeli government.  In 2006, after she was removed from her UN position, she complained that this was due to Israeli political pressure which resulted in her losing her seat and being replaced by a Hungarian Jewish woman, Andrea Pető, whom she described as "a well-known zionist activist". Pető, actually an activist of the feminist, Jewish traditionalist cultural foundation Esztertáska, did not receive the necessary votes to be confirmed to the committee.  In March 2009 the Jewish Telegraphic Agency and Jungle World quoted an undated and otherwise unreported speech in 2008 in which Morvai "advised" the "liberal-bolshevick zionists" to "start thinking of where to flee and where to hide". Morvai made a similar suggestion in a letter addressed to the editors of the weekly Élet és Irodalom. In February 2009, Morvai objected to Israel's offensive in the Gaza Strip and called it a "mass murder" and "genocide" of the Palestinian people and in an open letter to the Israeli ambassador to Hungary wrote that Israel held itself above the law and that its leaders would be imprisoned for their actions in Gaza, she continued, "The only way to talk to people like you is by assuming the style of Hamas. I wish all of you lice-infested, dirty murderers will receive Hamas' 'kisses.'"  In November 2009, Palestinian Return Centre withdrew Morvai's invitation to a London conference in support of Palestine.