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VIDEO: Former ‘Anti-Semitic Politician’ From Hungary Moves To Israel After Discovering He’s Jewish

Confusion and divide and conquer is the name of the game! The point we are trying to make here is that these articles and video prove that this NEW Neo-NAZI movement, as well as Black Lives Matter, are nothing more than fronts controlled by the Jewish Communists to create division amongst us. If these were TRUE National Socialists they would be EXPOSING these fake groups ruled from the Soviet Union and Israel. Hitler fought against Jewish Communism not against the Jews. This is a VERY EVIL game they are playing, so before you side with anyone, make sure you know how Jewish Communism WORKS! 

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“Former ‘anti-Semitic politician’ from Hungary moves to Israel after discovering he’s Jewish,” Source: independent.co.uk

A former MEP for a Hungarian far-right party is emigrating to Israel four years after he discovered he had Jewish roots.

Csanad Szegedi had been a rising star in the anti-immigration party Jobbik, which had been accused of anti-Semitism, when he admitted his grandmother was a Holocaust survivor in 2012.

Following the discovery of his family’s tragic history, the 34-year-old renounced all ties to the party and converted to Judaism.

Now he told Hebrew language newspaper Ma’ariv he is waiting to become an Israeli citizen so he contribute to the fight against anti-Semitism.

Mr. Szegedi, who had previously claimed Jewish people were “buying up the country”, said: “Israel is an amazing country, and I believe that every Jew who lives in the Diaspora seriously considers making aliya (emigrating) to Israel, at least once in his life.

“There are many more positive elements than negative elements in being a Jew, and the biggest gift for any Jew is the existence of the State of Israel.

“After the nightmares that my relatives underwent in the Holocaust, my family and I very much want to be part of the positive dream that Israel constitutes for us.”

He refused to rule out participating in Israeli politics saying he followed it “closely” and had the “political bug” but had not joined any political party yet.

He said: “Right now, I am acting in the arena that I am familiar with, Hungary and Europe, in order to raise awareness on the issue of anti-Semitism and to work for the betterment of Israel, as a sort of compensation for the past.

“However, I have a lot of years of experience in politics and I would be happy to contribute my experience to Zionist organizations in Israel as well.”

Mr. Szegedi, who was a member of Jobbik between 2006 and 2012, was reportedly also a member of the Hungarian Guard.

The group, which was banned by the courts in 2009, formed in 2007 and wore black uniforms with striped flags recalling the Arrow Cross – a pro-Nazi party which governed the country during the Second World War.

In all, an estimated 550,000 Hungarian Jews were killed during the Holocaust – most of them being sent to death camps such as Auschwitz.

Mr. Szegedi, who was raised as a Christian, spoke of his shock when he was confronted about his origins in 2010.

He initially tried to cover it up but later said he had spoken to his grandmother about her experiences and realized the Holocaust had actually happened.

He said: “It was then that it dawned on me that my grandmother really is Jewish

“I asked her how the deportations happened. She was in Auschwitz and Dachau and she was the only survivor of an extended family.”

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Please accept our apologies for somehow never mentioning that Hungary’s terrifying new “Nazi” leader is happily married to a Jew,” Source: politics.hu

With just a few days left before this year’s European Parliament balloting, it’s pretty clear that the big story of the EP election in Hungary is the strong likelihood that the right-wing Jobbik will be the only minor party to send a representative to Strasbourg. Meanwhile, much of the foreign media’s coverage of Jobbik’s rise has focused on its charismatic EP list leader, academic/layer Krisztina Morvai. Yet among all the thousands of words spilled profiling Morvai and her party – typified by this interview in last week’s Budapest Times, and this frustrated “non-interview” in the UK Telegraph – one seemingly crucial detail is always omitted: that Movai is married to a Jew who isn’t even right-wing (television reporter György Baló). What this all means I have no idea, though if there was ever a topic made for open comments, this would have to be it. Go wild, kids.

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