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        Pro-government ‘Peace March’ on national holiday

        Thursday, March 15th, 2018

        A prominent pro-government columnist explains that he and his friends have called for a pro-government demonstration in order to save Hungary from the opposition and the threat they believe it represents to national identity. READ MORE

        Demonstrations in Budapest

        Friday, April 14th, 2017

        After the fourth anti-government demonstration in four days, commentators express strongly diverging views on their significance.  They agree, however, that the protests in Budapest are unlikely to turn into something like the ’colour revolutions’ in former Soviet republics. READ MORE

        Bayer’s Knights’ Cross still a cover story

        Wednesday, August 31st, 2016

        The leading left-wing daily devotes most of its front cover and page 3 to the case of the pugnacious pro-government columnist who received a high government award. The number of earlier recipients who have now returned their awards has now reached one hundred. A centrist author thinks Bayer’s apology has been unfairly ignored. READ MORE

        Bayer denies racism charge and predicts the demise of ‘white Christian Europe’

        Saturday, March 2nd, 2013

        Zsolt Bayer, known for his controversial statements, and often accused of racism and anti-Semitism, sums up his credo and defends himself against the charges. READ MORE

        Left and right accuse each other of stirring up hatred

        Wednesday, January 16th, 2013

        Commentators from the left and the right blame each other for polarizing and politicizing issues related to the Roma. They both believe that their opponents use the Roma for opportunistic political reasons. READ MORE

        Bayer rejects racism charge

        Wednesday, January 9th, 2013

        A leading pro-government columnist accuses left-liberal protestors of misrepresenting his position on the Roma, in the wake of the latest knife attack on two young sportsmen in a night club. His editor-in-chief and the owner of Magyar Hírlap promise to be more careful in the future. READ MORE