Who wins elections is becoming increasingly less important, as the victor will want to, or will have to, carry out the will of uncontrollable lobbies and companies or foreign governments, writes Polish historian and columnist Jerzy Targalski
Hungary must refuse to follow the example of the EU, which is giving up the moral and spiritual values that have traditionally bonded communities together, publicist Katalin Kondor writes in daily Magyar Hírlap
While polls are indecisive as to who would form a government in the case of early elections, the ruling camp must survive their current term together, writes Tomasz Sakiewicz, the editor-in-chief of Gazeta Polska
The racial sensitivity training from Coca-Cola, which urges workers “to be less White”, is just another sign that the West is attempting to discard White people from history, Magyar Hírlap commentator László Bogár writes
The speech delivered by US President Joe Biden at the Munich Security Conference was not exactly what the left-liberal media expected it to be, Mariann Őry writes in a commentary in daily Magyar Hírlap
The ideas of the father of the Soviet revolution, Vladimir Ilyich Lenin, are very much alive and on the verge of conquering the United States, Hungarian security policy analyst László Földi writes for Hungarian daily Magyar Nemzet.
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