Tag: European Union

Where else to reduce excise duty, libsik?

We have the lowest excise duty on petrol and diesel in the EU

Where else to reduce excise duty, libsik?

The minimum excise tax set by the EU is 36 cents / liter for petrol and 35 cents / liter for diesel. Surprisingly, however, the excise tax on petrol is 34 cents / liter in Hungary and 32 cents / liter on diesel. This is because we have set the rate of excise duty in HUF, so the EUR / HUF exchange rate has no effect on the rate of the tax.

With this, Hungary collects the lowest excise tax in the EU. It is possible to squirm here to reduce the rate of excise duty, but the situation is that we are already below the minimum.

It is even fortunate that the Imperial Union will not punish Hungary for too low an excise tax. The rate of excise duty has not changed since 2010 (apart from small fluctuations).

If the VAT content had been reduced by the Government, the oil companies and gas stations would have swallowed the difference in a short time, so this would have been only a temporary solution and in the end people would have paid the same for petrol and diesel. The best solution is therefore to introduce an official price.

Pay for multis and not people! Get in with a smaller margin! They don’t have to be afraid, they don’t go bankrupt.


Tags: European Union  Tax 

The 40-year backlog due to our history cannot be covered in 10 years, but we are on a very good path!

The facts are stubborn things!

The 40-year backlog due to our history cannot be covered in 10 years, but we are on a very good path!

Hungary's GDP per capita increased from 13 thousand to 18.5 thousand dollars, which is an average improvement from 30 to 40 percent compared to the more developed countries!
The average salary in Hungary increased from 450 euros to 840 euros, wages did not reach a quarter of the wages of developed countries in 2010, now they exceed a third

We are catching up with Europe, but we have left much of the world well (read on!)

How? Here are some reasons
👉Orban “stole” the recession!
That's how we became frontrunners from army drivers!
👉Currently, 11.1 percent of people in OECD countries live in relative poverty. In Hungary, this proportion fell to a third in 11 years, from 23.4 percent to 8 percent.
👉There will be no tax increase!
Hungarian companies will continue to pay the lowest corporate tax in Europe!
👉The payment of bills does not "hurt" an average Hungarian family today, while in 2010 it hurt!
These are the facts, comrades!
ÉrtékI promised, they did! Fidesz is raising wages while cutting taxes
The left took wages while raising taxes!
👉What Fidesz undertook fulfilled! we have a million new jobs!
👉The reality is that Hungary has one of the lowest taxes on wages!
MagyarHungarian GDP will grow by 7.6 percent this year, making us third in the EU!
It also means that we have worked off the downturn of 2020 and, in fact, our economy has continued to grow!
👉IMF: Hungary will be a regional record holder this year
The Hungarian economy is rolling much faster than expected!
👉 Income taxes have been reduced by 50 percentage points since 2010!
And that's not all! Check out these 6 links too!

One of Hungary's most important goals is to catch up with half as rich in Europe, and we will see how we have succeeded in the last 10 years. Surprisingly, there are not so many countries outside Europe that are more developed than we are.

The goal of catching up
With the change of regime, the goal floated for most of us to catch up with the countries of the continent, which became rich countries after the Second World War, in terms of quality of life, especially labor income, with a similar economic and social system. This process was difficult to start, as it took several years to adapt to the world economy: the former industry, which produced non-marketable products, was downsized, and it took time for investors to produce the most advanced technologies to wait for market economy institutions to emerge.

Thus, catching up did not start until the second half of the 1990s and was still fluctuating, but since about 2014 it has switched to a very high speed, and this has not been significantly disturbed by the effects of the epidemic, as the adverse effects also affected developed countries. sometimes stronger than catching up.

GDP and frameworks
To examine the extent of catching up, we look at two numbers: GDP per capita and net average earnings. The former shows quite well the level of development of the countries as a whole, and the latter specifically the income that the labor force can achieve, and this is particularly important in the European Union (plus Switzerland and the European Economic Area), as anyone can work in any Member State.

The Visegrád region is currently
We take into account the estimated data for 2021 in terms of GDP per capita, as last year's data would be very distorted due to the impact of the epidemic. We look at the data in dollars, after this statistical practice for the time being, and we will compare earnings in euros.
According to current estimates, this year’s growth will be high after last year’s downturn, bringing per capita GDP to just over $ 18,000.
According to the latest IMF estimate for October, the Hungarian GDP figure is $ 18,500. Of the Visegrad countries, Slovakia is $ 21,400 ahead of us, the Czech Republic $ 22,900 ahead of us, while Poland is $ 17,300 behind us.

Current ratios
The data for the group of developed countries that can be set as targets for catching up are between 45 and 50 thousand (France and Belgium 45, Germany 46, Austria a little more than 48 thousand dollars).
There are higher figures, but in many cases the tax haven effect is distorted (Ireland, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Luxembourg).
As can be seen, we are currently at 37-41% of the level of the ideal group of countries, but part of this is due to the relative undervaluation of the forint, ie the difference in price levels. Data on PPPs are used to eliminate this, but it is almost impossible to calculate them precisely: it is extremely difficult to assess, or even compare, the price level and average cost of living in each country.

Plenty of 10 years of catching up
As for the 10-year development: in 2010 the GDP per capita in Hungary was $ 13,000, while in Germany it was $ 42,000, in Austria it was $ 47,000, in Belgium it was $ 44,000 and in France it was $ 40.5,000.
Thus, at that time the Hungarian GDP reached only 27-32 percent of the mentioned group of countries, which has now increased to 37-41 percent, rounded slightly from 30 to 40 percent on average.

Good place in the world
What is really interesting, however, is that while Hungary's GDP grew from $ 13,000 to $ 18.5,000, there are fewer countries in most non-European countries, but there are several countries where there has been a straightforward decline (of course, there is an exchange rate effect).
The point is that Hungary's GDP has grown compared to most of the world's middle-income countries, and the interesting situation is that although we are relatively backward in the European Union, there are not many countries on other continents that have a higher per capita GDP than ours. .
Excluding oil countries, city-states, and small states with populations well below one million, only the U.S., Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, South Korea, Israel, and Taiwan (if considered a separate country, de facto, but China’s own only 8 countries.

European pull
This shows that, on average, Europe is by far the richest of the many continents, as we are still lagging behind, but we have already overtaken much of the world. It also indicates that the main driver of our rapid development is the driving force of the richer countries in Europe, so far we have avoided the trap of moderate development, where many Asian and Latin American countries are stuck.

Income catching up
Finally, let’s look at the most perceptible data, the catching-up.
The average domestic salary, excluding public works and taking into account family benefits, is roughly EUR 840 net at the current exchange rate. In the case of the previously examined target group, France, Belgium, Germany and Austria, the amount is between 2300-2600 euros, so the domestic level is 32-36 percent of it, on average a little more than a third.
10 years ago, the average net Hungarian salary was roughly 450 euros, while in France it was around 2,000 euros and in Germany around 2,100 euros. Thus, the Hungarian data is 21.5-22 percent of these, compared to which today's 32-36 percent is a very spectacular improvement. In other words, the level did not reach a quarter then, it now exceeds a third.

It can go on
Of course, this may still seem small in itself, and it is probably this difference, and partly the labor shortage it causes, may be the driving force behind the rapid rise in domestic wages in the coming years, ie further catching up.


Tags: Economy  European Union 

Orbán “stole” the recession!

That's how we became frontrunners from army drivers!

Orbán “stole” the recession!

Orbán handled the crisis so badly that Hungarian economic growth came second in the EU. He who says otherwise lies. He who says we have not managed to overtake is also lying. And the one who says a change of direction is also lying.

We are all on the podium!
The economic growth
Investment rate
Wage growth
Tax reduction
Family support
Reducing the proportion of those in need
Tax exemption for young people
Family tax refund
Retirement premium, 13th month pension

Here are the details!

This was not always the case! Let's see the numbers!

️Add MORE!
Readers of 444 and Telex should know this too!


Tags: Economy  European Union 

The growth of the Hungarian economy is the 2nd best in the EU!

This was not always the case! Let's see the numbers!

The growth of the Hungarian economy is the 2nd best in the EU!

In 2009, the Hungarian economy performed well below the EU average. This was the result of the sacrificial work of the left's "expert government."
At present, however, Hungary's economic growth is well above the EU average, and Hungary's GDP growth is the second best in the EU! And this is the result of the "regime" of Fidesz!

We like the Fidesz government better!

According to the European Commission, there will be a 7.4 percent increase in Hungary this year. (data and authentic source in the article below)
This year's III. According to quarterly data, the Hungarian economy grew by 6.1 percent
This year's II. According to quarterly data, the performance of the economy increased by 17.9 percent and by 2.7 percent compared to the first quarter! That was an absolute record!
So it was with unemployment. In 2009, Hungary was well below the EU average and is now well above it.

Latest data (Eurostat):https://bit.ly/3DlFLnP
Data for 2009 (Eurostat):https://bit.ly/3kGiplK

Tags: Economy  European Union 

Poland is in trouble, migratory pressure is increasing

Lithuania is building not only a fence, but WALL on the border! Have you heard of blackmail, dictatorship, withdrawal, sanctions, Article 7 proceedings? We neither!

Poland is in trouble, migratory pressure is increasing

Also built or is building a fence: Greece, Bulgaria, Estonia, Latvia, Spain, Slovenia, Lithuania, Denmark, Serbia, Poland!

"As long as I am the Prime Minister, the fence will stand," said Viktor Orbán in 2017! How right he was! He was threatened, blackmailed, likened to dictators because of the border lock, called that of a xenophobia and many other things, and then, beautifully, in silence, everyone followed suit. Here are some examples:

The British government is building a fence for £ 44m
A 5 meter high fence is being built on the Greco-Turkish border
Lithuania is building a fence on the Belarusian border
Slovenia is building a fence on the Croatian border
Serbia is building a fence on the Macedonian border
Denmark is building a fence on the Danish-German border

Where are the Sargentini reports, the Article 7 proceedings, where are the criticisms of NGOs, the expiration articles of the sham media, the outbursts of liberal MEPs? Hmm? Or can they, but not us? How is that, "comrades"?

Meanwhile, on the Polish-Belarusian border:
It was a mistake to interfere in the internal affairs of other countries!
Both Brussels and Poland are responsible for this situation!

THANK YOU to Prime Minister Viktor Orbán for defending and defending Hungary!
Special thanks to Minister Péter Szijjártó for this statement (video)

Meanwhile, today’s reality: Migratory pressure is growing, with police cracking down on 860 border guards over the weekend. Since the beginning of the year, more than 60,000 illegal migrants have tried to escape the fence! 60 THOUSANDS!
That's how a patriot speaks!
"As long as we rule, an illegal immigrant cannot set foot in Hungary." Thank you, Minister.


Viktor Orbán: As long as I am the prime minister, the fence will stand
The disgusting article of Népszabadság, which has since ceased to exist: The article was published in Népszabadság, June 18, 2015.
Lithuania builds not only a fence, but WALL on the border!

Tags: Abroad  European Union 

It was a mistake to interfere in the internal affairs of other countries!

Both Brussels and Poland are responsible for this situation!

It was a mistake to interfere in the internal affairs of other countries!

They were looking for enemies instead of partners!

Let’s put it at the beginning: the primary and biggest mistake was that Washington, along with Brussels, supported and funded a series of crimes called “Arab Spring” (in our opinion), interfering in the internal affairs of a number of sovereign countries.

They did not care about the traditions that had developed over the centuries, their customs, the organization of the given states, they tried to force their own worldviews and "democratic" ideas on them. We know what has resulted from this arrogant policy: wars, poverty, conflicts that have persisted ever since, and, of course, mass migration.

Can people whose country has been demolished by the EU and the US be blamed? We don't think so. From their point of view, the approach is that if you have taken our country, we will take you now. Of course, this is not how it works, Hungary immediately, the other countries later, but perhaps now everyone has realized that migration must be stopped, the fences are being built one after the other. Those who are guilty of mass migration are the people and organizations that fund, transport and organize this whole invasion.

What is happening now on the Polish-Belarusian border?
We can see the result of Poland's Russophobic, irresponsible policy! It is sad that we have to write this, but our Polish friends are making a serious mistake by constantly trying to cross Russia and Belarus! The EU, with Poland at the forefront, has not recognized the outcome of the election in Belarus, presiding over the escaped housekeeper who may be hiding in Lithuania right now and who is being reveled in convoys and negotiating the future of Belarus with respect for the US president.

The reality, however, is that President Lukashenko needs to be negotiated with him, he is the one who is in his country, who has won the election, who is obedient to the armed forces, and who, in practice, is also holding the presidency. In vain was all external pressure in vain, a well-proven recipe for the color revolution - Brussels and Washington's teeth broke into Lukesenko. In the meantime, the Poles unfortunately supported the coup from their own territory, helped it with equipment, training camps and other methods.

Poland and the EU have limited themselves to not recognizing Lukashenko as president - they cannot negotiate with him now! Through Putin, they try to tell him what they think he should do. Belarus has been subject to sanctions by the EU for years, Belavia (national airline) aircraft have been banned from EU airspace, EU airlines have been banned from flying to Minsk, and NATO's military presence at the Polish and Ukrainian borders has been steadily increasing.

That's the problem!https://bit.ly/3wBsfKf
Here’s the problem: with such splendor and convoy, that escaped housekeeper is taken to Warsaw. After that, what awaits Morawiecki?https://youtu.be/CfSEVldlLcw

What did you expect from Lukashenko? Isn't it that he will continue to contain this invasion at his own expense? You don’t want to negotiate with him, but do you make fairies against him? Do you sanction, and in the meantime, wonder if he is responding to this while defending his own national interests? Do you ban his planes from the EU and wonder if he doesn't applaud it? We think it would be time for the Poles to see: it would be time to look for partners instead of enemies! If Mr Morawiecki does not like to be interfering in Polish internal affairs from Brussels, he should not interfere in the internal affairs of Belarus either! Only relations based on mutual respect and dialogue have a future, only they will lead to results.
Sanctions policy is a dead end with only losers.
We are sorry for the Poles, we are also sorry for the migrants freezing in the cold, but this modern conquest must be stopped. Not now, but now, and that's only possible together - and yes, it looks like Lukashenko will need it too!

We wish Brussels and the Poles every success in recognizing the outcome of the Belarussian elections and in the negotiations that follow. Without it, this situation will not be resolved and will unfortunately require a great deal of human and material sacrifice on the part of all parties!


PS: What we see now is not the source of the problem, it is a consequence. There would be silence on the Polish-Belarusian border if Brussels and the Poles had not pursued the policy described above. The source of the problem is a series of countries destabilized by the EU and the US, and it is up to those who caused the problem to resolve it. The solution is not to distribute migrants, but for those responsible to rebuild their homes! And one more thing: Lukashenko is considered by many to be a "dictator." Well, if we knew Viktor Orbán only on the basis of articles published in the Western "independent objective" press, that would be our opinion about him as well. Lukashenko can only be appreciated by the people of Belarus, they can choose him, they can replace him, and no one has anything to do with it!

Current conditions:https://mandiner.hu/cikk/20211110_migranshmä_atszakitottak_a_keritest_a_lengyek_hataron

Tags: Abroad  European Union 

German disaster preparedness prepares people to stop heating

This happens when demagogic politicians representing momentary political interests come to power. (Mark Zay is like that too!)

German disaster preparedness prepares people to stop heating

Video: Putin to the Germans: If they continue like this, they will be heated with wood! (German video)

What should the Germans do if there is no heating, German disaster management advises on this case in the video uploaded to the service on Twitter. In the video, an elderly woman in a coat and gloves trembles in the unheated apartment, and then the caption appears: what to do if the heating is no longer going on? In the recording, the woman then tapes the window with aluminum foil, then makes a radiator out of flower pots and candlesticks with her own hands, which is later joined by a younger couple.

There is no need to be afraid of gas shortages in Hungary!

In contrast, Hungary's gas supply was secured after Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó signed another long-term gas purchase agreement with Russian Gazprom on September 27, which guarantees the security of Hungary's energy supply for fifteen years.

In Hungary, energy supply is a security, sovereignty and economic issue, not a political one. Homes, houses and family homes can be heated less with political resolutions, all the more with gas, and the same is true for the viability of the industry, the minister said.

Thanks to the favorable contract for Hungary, the achievements of overhead reduction can be preserved in the long run, Hungarian consumers will continue to pay one of the lowest gas prices in Europe.

It is also worth noting that while energy prices have liberalized across Europe and gas shortages are common in many EU Member States, overhead cuts in Hungary will not lead to higher prices for the population, security of natural gas supply is guaranteed by gas storage capacity and the newly concluded contract. .

The policy of the national government is an economic policy achievement that was attacked at the time, but now life has confirmed its legitimacy, Origo recalls.

Already in 2020, Hungarian consumers paid the lowest overhead costs in Europe, while previously the opposite was true. The overhead reduction ordinance came into force in January 2013, followed by a 25 per cent reduction in the price of residential electricity, gas and district heating in three steps. Meanwhile, gas prices have been released in Europe, but Hungary is not affected by these problems due to government policy.

Video: For the attention of paksophobics - Sweden has run out of electricity!
Video: Putin to Brussels: liberalized the energy market, now eat what they cooked!…
Video: Putin: "American taxpayers' money was blown away by the wind"

AiWords of the Russian President:https://youtu.be/Exhb9A8no5A
👉Video for disaster management:https://twitter.com/BBK_Bund/status/1443516558232461314
👉Fresh article:https://www.magyarhirlap.hu/kulfold/20211104-a-futes-leallasara-kesziti-fel-az-embereket-a-nemet-katasztrofavedelem
👉Details of Hungary's energy policy:https://bit.ly/3BHfb76

Tags: Abroad  European Union 

Recent Eurostat data: the Hungarian unemployment rate is much better than the EU average

Where are the bezzeg countries?

Recent Eurostat data: the Hungarian unemployment rate is much better than the EU average

Of course, we achieved all this by saying that (according to the opposition) the government did nothing :) Ok, they are still doing this "nothing" because we really like it!


Tags: European Union  Living 

Video: Putin to CNBC (Part 2)

We didn't go to Washington to do military exercises!

Video: Putin to CNBC (Part 2)
👉We didn't go to Washington to do military exercises!

Anyone who hasn't seen the first part will make up! More than 735,000 people have watched it! This was about the gas market crisis (more videos at the end of the description!)

And the new part is about who the real aggressors are!
The Western and domestic left-liberal fake news media are constantly demonizing Russia and Putin, just as they do with Viktor Orbán. It is in Hungary's national interest to build good partnerships with the Russians and with all countries in the world. We have many public projects in progress, just think of Paks II, the vaccine factory or the 1,300 railway cars produced together with the Russians, half of which are made in Dunakeszi.

Many people ask why we translate these videos into Hungarian? The answer is simple: the right-wing media does not deal with this topic, or if it does, it does so only in the form of articles, we have not yet seen a video translated into Hungarian on Facebook or Youtube. Meanwhile, the left-liberal media is demonizing Putin, and as the election approaches, they are trying to "purge" Viktor Orbán. Well, we want to avoid that!

👉Putin is not the dictator and not Russia is the enemy!
The dictators are now sitting in Brussels, and Brussels is pursuing a hostile policy towards Hungary.


More "Putin" videos:

Putin to the Germans: if they continue like this, they will be heated with wood!
Putin to Brussels: you liberalized the energy market, now eat what you cooked!
Putin to the West: The rights of a minority cannot take precedence over the rights of the majority!
Putin to the Dutch: Can you imagine this in Chechnya? Because I do not.
Putin to the Finns: We will protect our children from this!
Putin tells NBC: "US taxpayers' money has been blown away by the wind"
Putin: Those who organize provocations against Russia will be regretted.


Tags: Abroad  Economy  European Union  Videos