Raw Politics in full: Hungarian campaign, Hungarian FM Szijjarto says EU wants 1 day ago   49:18

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Pablo Rodríguez
It's always the same: Something happens in Spain and they bring a Catalan separatist to talk about it
Only 2000 people in Hungary were stupid enough to swallow the left-wing pro-migration propaganda and protest :)
Mr. Szanyi' Socialist Party governed Hungary into a very deep economical crisis just before 2008, their social expenses were distributed uncontrolled and against international credits: the state debt increased from 52% to 80%. between 2002-2010.
At the next EP elections we should kick the butts of all politicians and parties supporting the muslim invasion of Europe!
Globalist Propaganda= Euronews
GoW barcelona
Freedom 4 Catalonia freedom 4 the political prisoners the activist nd civilians we only wanted to vote Jesus f***ing Christ freedom my people nd my country Catalonia!
CantStop Truth
Euronews is talking about Hungary a lot lately. More than any one else
shakir johnson
Notice how nobody cares
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Hungarian FM Szijjarto says EU wants Raw Politics in full: Hungarian campaign, 1 day ago   17:58

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Hungary's Prime Minister Viktor Orban and his government are set to continue a hardline stance towards irregular migration - even though flows of undocumented migrants into their territory have diminished to a few hundred per year. That's a key message from Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto, who spoke to FRANCE 24's Catherine Nicholson.

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