Klára Dobrev's grandfather personally supervised the conceptual trial of Imre Nagy and his associates, and then in 1958 he was the one who proudly announced the fact of execution in Parliament.
“There is really no more vile, disbelieving figure than Gyurcsány! Please have someone finally take the keyboard away from him!
Just today, on the day of the heroes of 1956, Imre Nagy is remembered in a trembling voice, and again he does not reveal every detail of the truth ...
🔴Reminder! This is what Gyurcsány did with the participants of the commemoration in 2006: Here (video): You can see what the police without the identification marks did on the instructions of the leader of the "democratic" coalition.
For example, he forgets that Klára Dobrev's grandfather, Antal Apró, personally supervised the conceptual trial of Imre Nagy and his colleagues, and then in 1958 it was Apró who proudly announced the fact of execution in Parliament, stating that "legitimate satisfaction and the counter-revolution was a worthy revenge. ”
Ferenc's tear-soaked eyes may have been obscured by the smallness that Klára's grandfather received the majority of a villa in Rózsadomb as a gift for his participation in the retaliation, in recognition of his merits, based on the decision of the Central Committee of the Hungarian Socialist People's Party.
»You are our hero. Be blessed! ”Writes Gyurcsány.
And how much more honest it would have been like this:
»Thanks to Imre fork! Feri «
Of course, just the usual, toasting pace from the Dobrev Clan ... ”
🔴Anyone who is not yet disabled on the "Democratic" side of the "Democratic" leader of the "Democratic" Coalition should write to him in a comment what he thinks about it:
STOMACH TURNER WHICH IS WORKED BY DK
GYURCSÁNY would EXTEND THE MEMORY OF IMRE THE GREAT
It was still conceivable, but now it is quite certain that all of Ferenc Gyurcsány's connection to reality was lost.
Another glorious proof of this is the post of former Prime Minister published on 23 October, in which he finally shared with us the great secret as to why the Democratic Coalition was founded on the day of Remembrance of the 1956 Revolution.
If perhaps this had not become clear to us so far for some mysterious reason: the party certainly sees Imre Nagy as a kind of role model and they want to pass on his legacy. The Gyurcsánys are "on the side of Imre Nagy".
Anyway, you could congratulate on this if you had, say, amnesia, but that’s not the case. It is quite a stomach that Gyurcsány began his political career as a patron of the garrison who executed the now-martyred prime minister, and it is Ferenc Gyurcsány who speaks of honesty, openness and speaks of morality, or even morality, or corruption. He mentions 23 - during his prime ministerial office, police responded to the peaceful commemoration of the Fidesz Astoria with tear gas grenades, vipers, sword blades, eye-shots and horseback riding.
I have not understood since then why he did not retire from public life to his villa in Szeplőhegy, where he might be able to find his dissertation in the meantime, or join the Demszky family, or go to a villa in Croatia to relax with Niedermüller and Ágnes Vadai. In our opinion, it would be good not only for them, but also for Hungarian public life, if the deputies who only harm this country left.
Of course, we have no illusions that the former socialist prime minister and his team will one day apologize for their anti-domestic and anti-national political activities, the more than scandalous autumn speech or the unqualified manifestations with which many, many millions of Hungarians - cross-border, Christian, conservative or just middle-class people - they left sore wounds in their souls. “Memory is not for itself.
With the power of confrontation, it helps you choose between good and evil. ” This was not said by us, but by Ferenc Gyurcsány himself on October 23, 2008. Well, then let’s recall a thing or two from the past and confront it!
First of all, we would still quietly note that the Gyurcsánys can be considered a lot of things, but they are in no way similar to the 1956 heroes. And the fact that Imre Nagy is “on his side,” well, is certainly questionable in the knowledge that, say, the Imre Nagy Society is distancing itself from everyone who played a decisive role in the defeat of the 1956 revolution or a leading, paid party and KISZ functionary in the decades of Cadarism. volt.
It is also worth recalling that, despite the protests of the local leaders of the MSZP, they were only able to erect a memorial plaque to Imre Nagy in Debrecen at the site of the temporary government's operation in 1944–45.
You may recall how shocked it was in 1994 when Gyula Horn, the then prime minister, wreathed on plot 301 with Erzsébet Nagy, the daughter of the martyred prime minister. It is known for his role in the suppression of the “counter-revolution”, for which even Imre Nagy was awarded a medal of merit during the Kádár government, which sent him to his death. Of course, Gyula Horn justified this at the time by saying that he considered the activities of the army units to be work for the restoration of law and order, which he is also proud of.
And here we should remember for a moment the beating of the merchant János Gál and the peasant Lajos Gál, which the puffins did in the name of restoring the legal order in Hajdú-Bihar county.
We do not forget that when the statue of Imre Nagy was inaugurated in the Martyrs' Square, the site was surrounded by a cordon, in addition to which they could be imprisoned and dragged after the revolution, while inside the representatives of the MSZP and the SZDSZ.
But inside the cordon also stood the chief prosecutor of Kálmán Györgyi, who almost constantly obstructed the prosecution of the commanders of the '56 murderous gunfire. Obviously by accident. And it is probably also the work of chance that the memory of Imre Nagy, precisely those of his relatives, followers and descendants, who settled him to death, settled on him almost unnoticed.
Do we still remember that in the beautifully renovated Imre Nagy memorial house, Ferenc Gyurcsány was received with special attention by his grandson Antal Apró, Klára Dobrev?
He calls Ferenc Gyurcsány, who in indignantly stated in 1988 that his father is right-wing because he still considers it a revolution, calls it fifty-six, the counter-revolution.
The man who was one of the deniers of the revolution in 1988 and before, and who still lives in the Tiny Villa and who is a member of the political baggage who insulted the revolution until 1989, the memory of the Prime Minister, was received with special respect. .
At Imre Nagy's funeral, Tibor Zimányi put it this way: where there are martyrs, there are also murderers. The murderers have spiritual heirs who became murderers in memory of the revolution.
So let's see what happened: these communist offspring recognized that they could forge classy political capital from 1956, they even made a law about the historical role of Imre Nagy.
It is an exciting addition that before and perhaps since then, János Kádár has not been condemned in a single word, nor has the bloody retaliation been condemned. It is heartbreaking and bloodthirsty for me that the memory of 1956 is “celebrated” by those who have insulted the revolution for decades.
Let us not forget how Imre Nagy and his companions were murdered, let us not forget, because we cannot forget how they interned families in Romania and humiliated people, ruined lives.
And those who call themselves Hungarian, but enter into communion with the political heirs of the oppressors of the time, despise the memory of the fifty-six heroes. I would also like to make Gyurcsányék aware that Imre Nagy is a martyr of the nation and not an expropriated commodity. Especially not by those who executed him and his followers, imprisoned him, persecuted him.
It was also shocking when Népszabadság published a picture that shows János Kádár and Imre Nagy together, and it was not really clear for what purpose this was done. Although it was not denied even then: it was János Kádár who executed Imre Nagy.
You can feel why, knowing all this, we consider it a terrible impossibility for the Democratic Coalition, led by Gyurcsány, to be on the side of Imre Nagy.
Today it is slowly history, but we recall again in this artificial sea of lies and political chaos, which is mainly due to the MSZP and the DK: it was not Ferenc Gyurcsány's throat that was pressed into the throat by the police of the party state. They did not want to brutally push Ferenc Gyurcsány into a police car.
Both happened to Viktor Orbán in June 1988, on the 30th anniversary of the execution of Imre Nagy. There is undeniably a big difference, and fortunately voters also sense how big it is.