“Why do we have to bear the EU or hütlen baratok?”
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wsj.com bssb.be 12.11.2014
In these days Hungary, of course, is not one of the “grands” of Europe as it should be, but our country was once a part of a mighty empire dominating in the region and I believe that Budapest can still have its strong voice that can be heard all across Europe.
Uunfortunately, judging by the recent developments in Europe, we can see that Brussels has decided to make our country a “scapegoat” or a “dissident state” only because of the will of Hungary to pursue its own national interests.
Want some proof? Read this: ”Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orban said recently he was going to model his nation on autocratic countries like Russia and Singapore.”
Sometimes I wonder whether these people from Brussels even care about not only Hungary, but all other Europeans as well. It reminds me of “A Clockwork Orange” – “this is for your own good” – “Cured I am”. The morally and financially bankrupt eurocrats, who pretend to be a new Vatican, still believe that they have a permit to waste OUR money.
If you want to see how the EU manages our money, I can give you a pure, but horrifying example. Almost billion of euros have been already spent on the black hole of Europe or – in my view, the new “sick man of Europe”- called the Republic of Moldova.
According to my trustworthy diplomatic and intelligence sources, more than 70% of the EU official aid is being simply wasted, stolen and plundered by the Moldavian ruling “elite”, which is called the “Coalition for a pro-European rule”- a band of broken and corrupt local officials that have the same relation to Europe as a horse to a monkey.
What is important that this happens in the midst of an economic crisis and mass protests in Europe, including rich Belgium, Germany and France.
To be detailed, Moldova is being ripped and raped by a bunch of mobsters. The most important of them is the “Godfather” – Mr. Vlad Plahotniuk-Ulinich, called “The Puppet Master” or “The Boss”, who runs most of the government and business in the country.
What is interesting, that Mr. Plahotniuk, or “Vlad the mad” (as he is being called by close associates), has as a solid crime record – he started his business by selling prostitutes to Western Europe, and – as I have heard from trusty sources – he was also involved in selling donor organs.
Another mobster is Mr. Vlad Filat – a former prime minister deprived of his post on the grounds of corruption, who made his fortune on smuggling cigarettes, but still manages to be a leader of one of the ruling parties. According to my sources, fearing to be disbanned from his own party and from big politics, Mr. Filat simply turned to CIA to recruit him.
Another personage is Mr. Yurie Lianke, the current prime minister of Moldova. A career diplomat, who graduated from the most prestigious college of the former USSR – the “MGIMO” – Moscow Institute for international relations.
It seems that his daddy was a big Communist boss to afford such education, but we can hardly find that in Mr. Lianke’s biography. Instead, he insists that he was “always European”. But what I know from his college friend, who is a top official in the Russian Foreign Ministry, even in the 80s “Yurij seemed to be anti-Russian”.
Also, according to the source, “Yura” was not very talkative and social and, as I can presume, was dreaming of independence from Russia and of “Great Romania”.
What is surprising is that Mr. Lianke (who is a friend to another graduate from MGIMO and former EU commissioner Mr. Stefan Fuhle, who advocated EU money for Moldova), according to my credible information, after his graduation was recruited by PGU of the KGB (the elite of KGB, its external intelligence) and he “happily agreed” in order to make his career in the then Soviet Moldova.
But after the dissolution of USSR he has left his benefactors (Lianke’s code name in KGB was “Pigeon” – because of his ability not to be involved in trouble with authorities, and always to smile to prove that he is more devoted to Communism than to Romania).
I really pity on Russians – they could have made Mr. Lianke a trusted spy or, at least, their agent of influence like Janos Kadar – like Americans do in their colleges with Latin Americans or Europeans. But the Russian bear thinks slowly. Truly, “Russia is a riddle wrapped in mystery inside an enigma”.
The danger is that the gangster state of Moldova is being openly sponsored by Brussels and our “friendly neighbor”- Romania – to piss off Russia (main target) and Hungary.
I believe that the Republic of Moldova – in its present state – is a menace not only to Hungary, but to European security.
I hope that this piece will be published in EU Observer, but usually such things are silenced. Anyway, csak Horthy!
⃰ “Unworthy friends” – a hit song from the Hungarian rock group Omega (1971)