Post Tagged with: "Magyar Idők"

Árpád Szakács

Viktor Orbán reportedly orders Fidesz “mujahid” Árpád Szakács to stop culture war

Our readers may recall the Magyar Idők propagandist Árpád Szakács, who launched a series of articles aimed at “exposing” the many artists, musicians and authors deemed to be liberal who have in some way received support from the current Hungarian state, claiming as well that they had an unfair advantage and were engaged in a conspiracy to indoctrinate people through […]

by · September 19, 2018 · Politics
Tomi Fluor

New targets added to Fidesz propagandist’s “Stalinist” hit list

We have covered professional Fidesz propagandist, Árpád Szakács, and his list of targets before. He is the singularly vindictive author of an on-going series of articles in the Magyar Idők daily, which aims to name and shame left-leaning or liberal artists, and then advocate for them to lose any public funding or support that they may receive. Some five-hundred Hungarian […]

by · September 2, 2018 · Politics
Árpád Szakács

Árpád Szakács — A Fidesz propagandist on a mission to terrorize Hungarian artists

Árpád Szakács has just published the twelfth installment of a series of articles in the Magyar Idők government daily entitled “Whose cultural dictatorship?”. His series aims to highlight how Hungarian public institutions and agencies are still often willing to fund cultural projects that are spearheaded by artists, authors or thinkers not associated with the ruling party or those who are […]

by · August 14, 2018 · Culture
Gergely Gulyás. Photo: hirado.hu

Fidesz vice president concerned that ruling party is unappealing to Hungarian youth

Gergely Gulyás, vice president of the ruling Fidesz party, expressed concern that the party which once limited its membership to people under the age of 35 has now lost Hungary’s youth vote. “Success is most certainly rather attractive to young people, but let me exercise self-criticism: even if Fidesz is successful, today it is not appealing enough to young people,” […]

by · June 10, 2017 · Politics