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Hungary is taking a stand against the EU's rule and reclaiming its right to sovereignty

A member of Hungary’s Fidesz conservative party, Laszlo Kover, said,

“The EU attempts to dictate Hungary what to do will lead to the country’s withdrawal from the Union slowly and carefully.”

An initiative by the Fidesz ruling party to impose a tax on the Internet was a motive for such strong statements. Thousands of people took to streets for protest actions on Sunday, October 26 that led to disorders.
At the moment European Commissioner for the Digital Agenda Neelie Kroes urged people to take part in protest actions. Because the only entity than can impose taxes, confiscate property, and rob banks are the Brussels elites.
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“If Brussels believes that the countries can be dictated the rules of conduct, this reminds us of the USSR actions in 1956,” Hungary’s MTI news agency quoted the parliament speaker as saying.
This did not stop Brussels from encouraging even larger protests on Tuesday night, demanded that legislation imposing a tax on internet traffic be withdrawn within 48 hours.

Now that the E.U. has some regime change / coup d’état experience under it’s belt after its meddling in Ukraine, why not try their luck in Hungary as well.
Via RT:

Tens of thousands of protesters rallied in Hungary despite the government’s amendment of a controversial internet tax bill. The demonstrators say the country is turning anti-democratic and drifting away from the EU.
Since taking power in 2010, Orban’s center-right government has imposed taxes on the banking, retail, energy and telecommunications sector. The measures are designed to keep the budget deficit in check, but have hurt some foreign investors’ profits.
The PM’s Fidesz party scored a landslide victory in this month’s municipal elections, while left-wing parties performed poorly, failing to produce a joint candidate to spearhead their campaign.
The people behind the protests, however, are evidently not among Orban’s supporters, as they were demanding his ouster during the latest rally. The crowd organized by a Facebook-based social network, which appeared to be composed of well-heeled professionals, marched through central Budapest carrying slogans like “How many times do you want to skin us?”

 
References:
http://en.itar-tass.com/world/756971
http://rt.com/news/200315-hungary-internet-tax-protest/

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_I330
October 29, 2014

RT @redpilltimes: Hungary is taking a stand against the EU’s rule and reclaiming its right to sovereignty http://t.co/ROZ5zfRzNL

SDanilenkov
October 29, 2014

RT @_I330: Hungary next on the illegal “regime change” hit list?
#EU -you can try to check out anytime, but can you ever leave?
http://t.c…

Queen8Bees
October 29, 2014

RT @_I330: Hungary next on the illegal “regime change” hit list?
#EU -you can try to check out anytime, but can you ever leave?
http://t.c…

gal_gio
October 29, 2014

RT @_I330: Hungary next on the illegal “regime change” hit list?
#EU -you can try to check out anytime, but can you ever leave?
http://t.c…

PieEaterobey
October 29, 2014

RT @_I330: Hungary next on the illegal “regime change” hit list?
#EU -you can try to check out anytime, but can you ever leave?
http://t.c…

Novorossiyan
October 29, 2014

RT @_I330: Hungary next on the illegal “regime change” hit list?
#EU -you can try to check out anytime, but can you ever leave?
http://t.c…

_I330
October 29, 2014

Hungary next on the illegal “regime change” hit list?
#EU -you can try to check out anytime, but can you ever leave?
http://t.co/WNTOmsGIuX

hutchster121
October 29, 2014

Hungary is taking a stand against the EU’s rule and reclaiming its right to sovereignty – Red Pill Times http://t.co/ffT2gS0Apn

hutchster121
October 29, 2014

RT @_I330: Hungary next on the illegal “regime change” hit list?
#EU -you can try to check out anytime, but can you ever leave?
http://t.c…

krstae
October 29, 2014

RT @_I330: Hungary next on the illegal “regime change” hit list?
#EU -you can try to check out anytime, but can you ever leave?
http://t.c…

IngaZayonc
October 30, 2014

RT @redpilltimes: Hungary is taking a stand against the EU’s rule and reclaiming its right to sovereignty http://t.co/ROZ5zfRzNL

Rocky Racoon
Rocky Racoon
December 3, 2014

Clear out the NGO and any outfit funded by the US State Dept or other US entities do the same with the EU where their are not joint entities on the other side. Like custom commissions or things like that. Get them out they are the tip of the spear. Check out who owns the press and charge them with breach of trust every time they propagandize govt policy in favor of special interests to which they have ties of any sort. Take away their charter to operate. Propaganda organs are not the free press and should not be treated… Read more »

redpilltimes
redpilltimes
Reply to  Rocky Racoon
December 3, 2014

Anything with the name Soros attached to it

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