It really reminds me of
After several weeks of watching idly that left-liberal/Jewish protesters dismantle the scaffolds of a construction site in the centre of Budapest each day, yesterday the Hungarian police took action at last. The newly re-elected Orbán government plans to erect a monument commemorating all victims of Hungary’s 1944 German occupation. Note the keyword “all”. It’s really time they made up their mind if they want to be discriminated as Jews or not… Besides this word, another big problem the protesters have is that the monument uses explicitly Christian symbolism (an angel)
The police officers called on the protesters to leave the site in Szabadság square and they cited the relevant sections of the law and a municipal decree issued on Monday to ensure protection to the construction site . When a group of 23 protesters refused to leave, the police carried them out of the site one by one. They were not arrested but they will have to appear in court.
Imre Mécs, a former liberal then Socialist lawmaker blamed the police for not refusing to take “a measure violating human rights”. He also insisted that “the police must not act against democracy” and he said that the protesters would appeal to the European Court of Justice.
Let us remember that he forgot to make such an appeal anywhere when police thugs of his MSZP-SZDSZ (Socialist-left-liberal) government committed lots of atrocities against protesters in 2006 like this:
Today’s news is that Prime Minister Orbán has answered an open letter concerning this new monument. He wrote that Germany is responsible for the military occupation of Hungary and also for what happened after the 19th of March, 1944. However the question of Hungary’s responsibility may be raised concerning that no resistence fight was started, Hungary did not stand up against the occupiers actively and there were too many collaborators. “we have repented our sins, we have paid damages even though what happened cannot be undone. On the other hand we cannot take responsibility for what is not due to us. There wouldn’t have been deportations without the German occupation and no cattle wagons would have left Hungary (for Auswitz), hundreds of thousands of lives wouldn’t have been lost. It’s difficult to imagine there could be an honest, trustful co-existence in the future without seeing reason in these questions.”, PM Orbán added.
Update (concerning if Archangel Gabriel belongs to Jewish or Christian symbolism):