“The world is a dangerous place to live in; not because of the people who are evil, but because of the people who don’t do anything about it.”
(Albert Einstein – refugee from Nazi Germany)

Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Nazi-Provocation in Budapest on June 16

Hungary, Budapest, 16/06/2010: Nazi Film “The eternal Jew” to be shown

Translated from Hungarian by Karl Pfeifer(1)

SYDNEY-BUDAPEST – The extreme right organisations distribute on a daily basis Nazi and arrow cross propaganda, prepared by the two Australian-Hungarian citizens brothers Gede (Sándor Gede and Tibor Gede) prepare. According to their statement at a Hungarian court in 2004, they invest the whole income of their non-profit organisation into the production of new books, films and brochures. Sándor Gede who is blind works at the Telephone exchange of the Control office for Taxes and Finance… Their enterprise becomes after a longer period again active, as one can learn from their notice, they will screen on June 16 and 17 at 18.00h the Nazi documentary film „The eternal Jew“.

The propagandists who came from Australia write about this synchronised film: „This terrifying accurate and enlightening German documentary film shows the character of world Jewry and its history, through the traditional European moral. The German campaign in Poland made it possible, that we know the Jewish people in their own nest.

The makers of this film visited in 1940 the ghetto in Lodz, so that with the collaboration of Jews and with original pictures they can show more clearly the destructive and bloodthirsty nature…“

Some intention and even provocation can be suspected, when the Gede Brothers enterprise starts only two weeks after the Orban-Government was sworn in the screening of Nazi films, which has caused before a national scandal.
(1) http://magyarorszag.ma/modules.php?name=News&file=article&sid=13447

(2) Native source: http://kitartas.mozgalom.org/hirek/gede-testverek-bemutatjak-az-orok-zsido-budapesten
"Kitartás" is part of the „Kitartás! Éljen Szálasi!” (circa: Don't give up! Szálasi hurrah!), the slogan and salute with the infamous arm-movement of the Hungarian nazi party, the  National Socialist Arrow Cross Party (hu: Nyilaspárt). The leader of it was Szálasi Ferenc. (See:  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ferenc_Sz%C3%A1lasi )

(3) The county organisation ( town Eger, county Heves) of far-right parliamentary party, Jobbikoffers the program on their homepage:  http://www.egerjobbik.hu

(4) About Gede Brothers Publisher (hu: Gede Testvérek Kiadó):
1136., Budapest, Hollán Ernő u. 37.
1385., Budapest, Pf.: 849
+36 (1) 349-4552

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