Hungary’s Illiberal Model

Must view.  Helps to better understand the fraying global realpolitik.

I am with John Fogerty and Creedence on this one,

I see a bad moon a-rising
I see trouble on the way

I hear the voice of rage and ruin

Money quote from video:

“That’s why what happens in Budapest, is unlikely to stay in Budapest.”

eMac better win the day, folks.

Few were surprised when Viktor Orbán and his nationalist Fidesz party swept to their third consecutive victory in Hungary’s election on April 8. But understanding Orbán’s success requires examining his political formula, which has influenced right-wing populists across Europe and has been echoed by many US Republicans, including President Donald Trump.

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