Written by Daniel Kacsoh
The one-hour secondary shame is only heightened by the Momentum president’s subsequent explanation.
And it all started so well. Újbalos-up-and-coming-trendy YouTube channel with the vagabund of opposition street activism tamed into a modern media worker. It’s not some evil “propaganda show,” but a truly independent-objective platform, a place where real questions are asked, editing is not hand-driven, and the common goal is soldered together, namely anti-Orbán. It's all so cool it's opposition!
At least in the mind of Momentum leader András Fekete-Győr, such thoughts may have swirled when he sat in the studio of Mártonék Gulyás.
Then it became / instead of the cheerful Fidesz-shaming
fluttering, “I don’t know the answer to that,” arguments that degenerate into self-contradiction, and sayings like “I think I was sixteen in 2006”.
In summary, the one-hour interview did not draw the figure of a future prime minister, even though the chemistry worked, there was sympathy, everyone here wanted good. But if something doesn’t go, it doesn’t go in vain, forced.
Obviously, the comment flow that can be read below a particular media content is not a representative measure of degree, in fact, but in this case it is definitely instructive to take a look at the posts. Here are a spit or two of gold:
“I don’t want to be prime minister. It seems terribly uninformed. ”
"Like a recent graduate in a first job interview."
"Starting with pre-selection with such abilities is a perfect refutation of the statement in the interview that he has self-reflection."
"It was so hard it would have even been taken off the pornhub."
And yet you’re a bunch of similar, destructive remarks.
Probably Fekete-Győr also felt that this did not work out very well, and he managed to walk into (again) one of his allies, the MSZP, but it was now incidental, in any case he was forced to explain . However, with this only he dug even deeper into the communication pit, the solar cell operating as a nuclear power plant would no longer be able to bring back from this gap the party leader fighting for the Felcsuti lawsuit.
“Many of you write that heaven and earth is the original, uncut Partisan interview, and the cropped version that came out yesterday. This is partly because, unfortunately, the social, economic and political values, ideas and program points that I represent as the Prime Minister's candidate of the Momentum Movement are hardly worthy of the cut material, ”Fekete-Győr wrote on Facebook. Let's note right away with some Horngábor edge: no, András, it wasn't written!
It does not matter. When someone is able to apologize at all, and even blame the interviewer, within twenty-four hours, after such a performance, which even causes secondary sympathizers from potential sympathizers, it is hardly suitable for any political role. Let's not even talk about the function of public power! You will obviously not see this for yourself, but we can still state from this:
András Fekete-Győr, who wants to put the rule of law in brackets, has made himself out with this performance.
However, the explanatory statement contains another interesting detail that only reinforces the conclusion just made: “Fortunately, the original, authentic, uncut interview can also be listened to (or watched) on Spotify (and as a Partisan patron in video format). Even if those who want to take part in the pre-selection want to make your decisions based on a real, complete picture. ”
That is, if we understand correctly, the president of the Momentum stabs not only the Márton Gulyás as some offended preschooler, but also those who are not demanding enough, curious, thorough enough to be satisfied with a one-hour stuttering Fegyőr. Anyone who wants to take part in the pre-selection (meaning democratically-minded and sufficiently opposition-committed) will also go for the uncut version, ie a total of half a day to get to know the fuller spectrum of the hystee's ideas. If he doesn't, he doesn't even deserve to vote for Mr. President. Item.
It was enough for me to have sixty minutes of this suffering, or more accurately, so I wouldn’t warp into such self-torture, but I’m sure no one else will really.
Who would have thought anyway? Márton Gulyás, who threw paint at the Presidential Palace, could "close" the career of the first man of Momentum, who exploded with the mowing of the Budapest Olympics. From here, there isn't much going back to the ring, so this production comes together with a bucket of cold water, a roaring baby girl and a horse. Destroyer!