We are flying blind now
Orbán’s reaction to the 2019 local election defeat became clear early on: revenge and punishment of renitent cities. And the pandemic lent him an excuse. The worst hit city, and the one getting the full force of Orbán’s wrath, is Budapest.
A village of 3900 people received EU funds equivalent of half of Budapest’s annual budget (population 1.7 million) as a gift for loyalty to Orbán.
And attacking doctors is an odd way to fix healthcare
Attacking healthcare is an odd way to fix it
It will be missed because of Orbán.
“I feel like I win when I lose”
A few years without EU cash would be a relief for democracy
Just take December 2020. The month started with the political appointee at the helm of Petőfi Literary Museum publishing a combative editorial calling George Soros the “liberal Führer” whose “liber-aryan followers worship him more subserviently than Hitler’s did Hitler”. He called Europe “George Soros’ gas chamber”.
What was Janez Janša thinking?
Squeezing out foreign-owned retail chains is in the ten-year-plan of the government