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Duping the Financial Times into publishing fake news

In the middle of the coronavirus pandemic, voters may have faced one of the most unpleasant attempts to produce fake news by Hungary’s left-wing opposition. Of course they couldn’t fool...

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Jewish life in Budapest is enjoying a renaissance

Writer Adam LeBor has penned a compelling piece for The Financial Times where he highlights how Jewish life in Hungary is enjoying a revival, where it’s extremely safe and secure

May 21, 2019

How Fantastic

This newspaper, apparently the authoritative daily of the business world, set out to decipher Orbán’s secret with the intent of revealing to its readers Viktor Orbán’s real nature and his “illiberal democracy”.

Feb 1, 2018 - Mária Schmidt

What do globalists and communist collaborators have in common? Orbánophobia

As a sometimes vocal critic of certain EU policies and a leading figure in the move to strengthen borders, limit immigration and oppose pro-migration forces, Prime Minister Orbán has become a target of some sharp criticism. That’s to be expected, but among Prime Minister Orbán’s detractors, there is a special group on the extreme end of the spectrum that harbor an irrational fear and contempt.

Oct 26, 2017 - Zoltán Kovács

The Financial Times has become completely unhinged

Over the course of the last two weeks, the Financial Times has run no fewer than four – yes, four – articles maligning the Orbán Government for our opposition to George Soros’ pro-immigration agenda and for the usual charge of undemocratic behavior. We must have got under their skin.

Oct 4, 2017 - Zoltán Kovács