While their purpose is strictly defensive, the current approach has been described as a shift from a "posture of deterrence by tripwire to deterrence by forward defense."Continue reading
The non-parliamentary radical Mi Hazánk party held a demonstration on Sunday in the Castle District against the deployment of NATO battle groups in Hungary and measures related to Covid-19 described by party leaders as a “Covid dictatorship”.
The protesters originally intended to hold the demonstration in front of the prime minister’s office but in the end they gathered in front of the Sándor Palace, the president’s office next door.
László Toroczkai, the party’s chairman, insisted the World Health Organization (WHO) and its director-general, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, an “Ethiopian terrorist villain”, wanted to take over the world.
The coronavirus, he added, was an “artificial bioweapon used against humanity”, while the war in Ukraine served the same purpose of creating a new world order to enrich global corporations.
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