There is no good way to address populist fearmongering. The good news is that you shouldn’t do it anyway
Then it looks inevitable
Orbán will spend more on propaganda in 2020 than Trump spent on his campaign in 2016. And 2020 is not even an election year in Hungary.
And that’s just the tip of the iceberg
The equivalent of 3% of the 2019 profit of the Hungarian national railway was spent through car sharing apps on just this tiny, little piece of railway between Debrecen and Mátészalka, because commuters desperate for alternatives ditched the unreliable and painfully slow trains.
Orbán fixates on how dare they are to amass debt – instead of why they are only financed for two months of the year. Priorities.
Of course he chose to crack down on half the country that now lives under opposition mayors
The media, weirdly enough