Gábor Vona strategic speech outlining Jobbik plan of action for the coming years
Gábor Vona gave a strategic speech on the 29th January, in front of two thousand of his supporters, in Budapest, outlining Jobbik policy for the coming years.
Here are some of the highlights in telegraphic style.
Vona said Fidesz forms the government, Jobbik is the opposition and the socialists are the enemy. Vona warned that the treasonous socialist party is not out yet; one has to be vigilant, because as the Fidesz popularity erodes the traitors will attempt to rebuild the party even under different name.
The European Union is nothing but a colonizing empire. The main purpose of the endless expansion of the European Union is to keep adding vassal states to the empire that can be exploited ad infinitum.
The Eastern-European countries have no chance whatsoever to change their vassal status in the empire unless they form a common front and act together.
There is a historic opportunity for these countries to form an alliance as the power centers of the world are shifting to the East.
But to come to this, first, these countries have to overcome the aftermath of Trianon. One of the ways to achieve that is to give full blown autonomy to the Hungarian communities in the neighboring countries. Alone, none of the countries have the chance to change the conditions of their present status in the European Union.
The most immediate targets of Hungarian policy should be reducing national debt, solving the problems of gypsy integration into Hungarian society and reversing the country's demographic trend.
The only way to reduce national debt is to renegotiate the terms of financial liabilities with creditors.
According to Vona, gypsy growth rate should be slowed down by replacing the current system of financial handouts with food stamps (like in the USA). Vona urges the government to set up a residential school system for gypsy children, in order to break the circle of crime among the successive generations in gypsy communities. The current high growth rate of the gypsy population is due to the fact that the majority of gypsies have been basing their livelihood on child support and welfare payments.
In the mean time, the government should boost the growth rate of Hungarians by giving generous tax incentives to couples willing to raise large families. In power, Jobbik will throw out the current tax law and introduce a three-tier system; according to this plan, average wage earners would pay 12 percent, above than average wage earners 21 and those whose yearly income is above 12 million forints 32 percent taxes. Vona also recommends setting up a system where children can contribute to their parents pension funds.
The most important thing is to face the facts and spell out the truth whatever uncomfortable it may be, because truth liberates said Vona.