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Hungarian politician, chairman of Fidesz; Prime Minister of Hungary (2010-present)

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Le Cours de l'histoire
Pourquoi Viktor Orban a-t-il déclaré : "Nous sommes tous des enfants descendant d'Attila" ?

Le Cours de l'histoire

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 3:55


durée : 00:03:55 - Le Pourquoi du comment : histoire - par : Gérard Noiriel - Et si la vérité historique était le cadet des soucis du Premier ministre de la Hongrie ?

Catholic Drive Time: Keeping you Informed & Inspired!

Today on "Catholic Drive Time": Catholic Drive Time - 877-757-9424 Date – Thursday September 29, 2022 - Saints Michael, Gabriel, and Raphael, archangels INTRO – Are Fascists back in Italy? Is Giorgia Meloni as bad as we are told? Or, even as conservative? Mr. Julio Laredo joins us. And – New Synodal Way art is fresh off the press! Let's just say... it's very revealing! Also – Hector Molina – The Sunday Gospel Quick News - More than 2 million are without power Wednesday night as a weakened Hurricane Ian batters the Florida Peninsula after making landfall hours earlier over the state's west coast as a Category 4. A 74-year-old Michigan man admitted to shooting an 84-year-old pro-life canvasser, but still is not facing charges... still NO FBI raid at his house. The Cardinal Archbishop of Utrecht, Willem Eijk, has called for the Flemish bishops of Belgium to be corrected by ecclesiastical authorities for their departure from the Church's moral and sacramental discipline with their publication of a “rite of blessing” for same-sex couples. CDT made the Tucker Carlson show - Catholic leader Mark Houck's wife Ryan-Marie described the moment 20-30 armed FBI agents showed up to their house to arrest her husband. In this interview she told Tucker Carlson: "My entire front yard, you could barely see it. It was covered in 15 cars and trucks." Coolio died... 59 Join Email list! GRNonline.com/CDT GRN to 42828 What's Concerning Us – The Synodal Way just got worse Synod Art Depicts Woman in Priestly Vestments, Person in ‘PRIDE' T-Shirt Dutch cardinal condemns Belgian bishops' same-sex ‘blessings', calls for Vatican correction Guest Seg. Mr. Julio Laredo - Giorgia Meloni Italy - The Brothers of Italy? Fascist? Like Marine LePen? Victor Orban? Is she far right? Is she moderate? Is she just playing to the base? The lowest turnout in Italy's recent history? YouTube removed a viral speech defending the family and ripping woke ideology given by incoming conservative Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni — before reversing course and reinstating the video. 2nd Guest Seg. - Hector Molina – The Sunday Gospel - Lk 17:5-10 The apostles said to the Lord, "Increase our faith." The Lord replied, "If you have faith the size of a mustard seed, you would say to this mulberry tree, 'Be uprooted and planted in the sea,' and it would obey you. "Who among you would say to your servant who has just come in from plowing or tending sheep in the field, 'Come here immediately and take your place at table'? Would he not rather say to him, 'Prepare something for me to eat. Put on your apron and wait on me while I eat and drink. You may eat and drink when I am finished'? Is he grateful to that servant because he did what was commanded? So should it be with you. When you have done all you have been commanded, say, 'We are unprofitable servants; we have done what we were obliged to do.'" Joe Social Media IG: @TheCatholicHack Twitter: @Catholic_Hack Facebook: Joe McClane YouTube: Joe McClane Rudy Social Media IG: @ydursolrac Youtube: Glad Trad Podcast Adrian Social Media IG: @ffonze Twitter: @AdrianFonze Facebook: Adrian Fonseca YouTube: Adrian Fonseca YouTube: Catholic Conversations Visit our website to learn more about us, find a local GRN radio station, a schedule of our programming and so much more. http://grnonline.com/

HABERTURK.COM
TBMM Başkanı Şentop, Macar Başbakan ile görüştü

HABERTURK.COM

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 1:34


Bir dizi temasta bulunmak üzere Macaristan'a giden TBMM Başkanı Mustafa Şentop, Macaristan Başbakanı Viktor Orban ile bir araya geldi

The Bunker
Power Hungary: How Viktor Orbán Destroyed a Democracy

The Bunker

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 29:10


How did Viktor Orbán seize total power within Hungary – and what warnings should other nations take from his actions? Doomsday Watch host Arthur Snell is joined by Zsolt Enyedi, professor of political science at the Central European University, to unpack what lessons democracies should take from the Orbán era.        “The public treated the radicalisation of debate as a political gimmick, and now we are seeing the disastrous effects.”  “Orbán is stronger than he was a year ago, and is only getting stronger.”  “Orbán put in an enormous amount of money to change how people inside and outside of Hungary think.”   Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/bunkercast Tickets to Doomsday Watch Live: https://www.tickettext.co.uk/etmejHAuba Written and presented by Arthur Snell. Lead Producer: Jacob Jarvis. Producers: Jacob Archbold, Jelena Sofronijevic and Alex Rees. Assistant producer: Kasia Tomasiewicz. Audio production by Robin Leeburn. Music: Kenny Dickinson. Group editor: Andrew Harrison. THE BUNKER is a Podmasters Production.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

ARTICOLI di Rino Cammilleri
Chi vuole distruggere Giorgia Meloni?

ARTICOLI di Rino Cammilleri

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 11:48


TESTO DELL'ARTICOLO ➜ www.bastabugie.it/it/articoli.php?id=7150CHI VUOLE DISTRUGGERE GIORGIA MELONI? di Rino CammilleriScusate se, giunto al fin della licenza, pongo una domanda alla Bertoldo: ma che votiamo a fare? Campagna elettorale al calor bianco, se in questo sito liberale pubblico una recensione culturale, ci sono lettori che sbuffano perché ho derogato dal Di Maio-Letta-Meloni-Salvini-Renzi-Calenda. A me però viene in mente il verso di Battiato, il famoso cantautore del boh: «Quante stupide galline che si azzuffano per niente».Sì, perché proprio i frequentatori di questo sito dovrebbero sapere come andrà a finire. Ok, il centrodestra vincerà (salvo saponette sotto al piede last minute). E poi? Ricordate Salvini ministro degli Interni? Due rinvii a giudizio. Due! L'ha sfangata? Buon per lui, ma la famosa immunità parlamentare serviva proprio ad evitare che un politico fosse costretto a perdere tempo prezioso in cause. L'avversario si azzoppa anche intralciandolo. Ebbene, immaginate che cosa succederà a un governo di centrodestra. Proprio chi qui mi legge dovrebbe sapere bene quale è stato il calvario di Berlusconi: li ebbe tutti addosso, interni ed esterni. Merkel, Sarkozy, spread, mercati, poteri forti, finanza internazionale, Soros, giornali, media mondiali, nani&ballerine. Perfino Veronica Ciccone, in arte (si fa per dire) Madonna, venne a cantare in Italia con un video in cui tra i grandi cattivi della storia ci aveva messo il Cavaliere, sicura di strappare l'applauso di tutti color-che-contano qui e in the world.La nostra magistratura è stata riportata all'imparzialità? No. I direttori di testata sono tornati al giornalismo puro? No. La Rai è tornata al pluralismo? No. E allora, ripeto, che votiamo a fare? Il parlamento europeo ha fatto una standing ovation in sostegno al Gay Pride vietato dalla Serbia. Ed è da mò che condanna Polonia e Ungheria per gli stessi motivi, cui si aggiunge l'aborto che in Polonia è crollato del 92% da quando il governo ha vietato quello eugenetico (il che la dice tutta).Orban viene portato a esempio di bestia nera malgrado sia stato votato da praticamente tutti gli ungheresi. I polacchi, romantici come al solito (di loro si ricorda l'eroica carica di cavalleria contro i panzer tedeschi), per odio storico contro i russi mandano armi, uomini, soldi a Zelensky, e hanno accolto mezza Ucraina quantunque non possano permetterselo economicamente. A loro, però, zero Pnrr: non sono democratici perché non consentono l'aborto a go-go e non esaltano i Gay Pride. Orban, meno romantico è più furbo, piglia il gas da Putin e non dovrà cuocere il gulash senza fuoco. Aspettiamo Madonna, nani&ballerine esibire la sua faccia coi baffetti alla Hitler.Ma guardiamoci, noi italiani: è una settimana che stiamo incollati ai funerali della regina, e chissenefrega del Britannia. I peggiori nemici del nostro benessere stanno nella City e a Wall Street, ma chi lo dice è un complottista antiamericano.Berlusconi, reo di voler difendere le ragioni del suo Paese, dovette piegarsi a far la guerra a Gheddafi, che era come tagliarsi le gambe da soli. Per dire. Ebbene, la Meloni, se vincerà lei, lo sa bene; infatti prima della campagna era andata a farsi dare la benedizione dai conservatives americani. Da qui il suo sostegno a una guerra ucraina i cui perdenti siamo noi, come sa bene. Non aveva altra scelta: chi vuol comandare in Italia deve chiedere il permesso agli americani. Ma appena si azzarderà a (cercare di) fare gli interessi nazionali, si scatenerà il solito inferno.Da qui la reiterata domanda: ma che votiamo a fare? Badate non è un invito all'astensione (che è ciò che vogliono i nostri avversari: comandare senza l'intralcio di elezioni), perché votare serve almeno a contarci e far sapere all'avversario da che parte sta il popolo. Ma prepariamoci a far scorte di valium.Nota di BastaBugie: Luca Volontè nell'articolo seguente dal titolo "Allarme europeo (in malafede) sulla Meloni" spiega perché la prospettiva di un'Italia governata dal centrodestra (a guida Fratelli d'Italia) ridesta paure strumentali agitate da media e governi europei (mentre Polonia e Ungheria si congratulano e anche la Russia è disponibile a collaborare, a certe condizioni).Ecco l'articolo completo pubblicato su La Nuova Bussola Quotidiana il 27 settembre 2022:Fascisti eredi di Mussolini, pericolosi attentatori dell'Europa... la zizzania sparsa da Letta e dalla sinistra illiberale ha attecchito. Al di là degli insulti ignoranti, si apre uno spazio da protagonista per l'Italia in Europa, nel Mediterraneo e per la pace in Ucraina. Una premessa è nota ma d'obbligo: Già Alleanza Nazionale, con la svolta di Fiuggi, aveva tagliato le proprie radici con ogni ispirazione fascista, tant'è che Pino Rauti e altri fondarono il Movimento Sociale Fiamma Tricolore. A maggior ragione, Fratelli d'Italia, nato nel 2012 e presentatosi sin dalle elezioni del 2013, non ha nulla nel suo programma e tra i suoi principi ispiratori che possa rifarsi alle esperienze fasciste, tanto meno quella di Benito Mussolini. Inoltre, Giorgia Meloni è stata eletta Presidente dei Conservatori europei (ECR) lo scorso 29 settembre 2020, non di una famiglia politica europea di "estrema destra".Non c'è alcuna buona fede nei commenti dei giornali internazionali, piuttosto livore ideologico per l'ennesima sconfitta della sinistra e della sua "supposta superiorità morale". Partiamo. AlJazeera scova commentatori allarmati del pericolo neofascista in Italia, allo stesso modo si legge della preoccupazione del fascismo di ritorno in Italia sui giornali turchi, tra i quali l'Hurriyetdaily accusa la Meloni di aver forgiato il suo partito sull'eredità del fascismo e Benito Mussolini, mentre il DailySabah si spinge sino a vedere nella Meloni un nuovo Mussolini. La Turchia teme di rivedere un'Italia che finalmente si riappropri del proprio ruolo nel Medio Oriente e nel Mediterraneo, i suoi giornali usano toni indegni.In Spagna, Francia e Germania i partiti di governo e quotidiani hanno espresso anch'essi preoccupazione per i risultati delle elezioni italiane. Il ministro degli Esteri spagnolo Jose Manuel Albares ha dichiarato che il voto italiano è stato legittimo ma ha lamentato che alcune forze politiche mirano a seguire «il modello di Putin... che è autoritario e non crede nella pluralità o nella diversità» e lanciato il malocchio sull'Italia dicendo che il «populismo finisce sempre allo stesso modo: con una catastrofe». A spalleggiare il governo Sanchez, è stato anche stavolta l'editoriale de El Pais, dove troviamo un crogiolo di accuse insulse sulla "stella fascista" che guida la Meloni e la sua idea poco femminista – perché pro-life – sulle donne. Proprio ieri, però, la ex vicepresidente del governo ed esponente socialista Carmen Calvo, ha accusato l'esecutivo di voler distruggere tutta la legislazione sull'eguaglianza femminile, dopo l'approvazione della Legge Trans. Chi è contro le donne?Peggio la Francia dove, interpellata dalla radio francese BFMTV, il primo ministro Elisabeth Borne ha detto di esser pronta, insieme alla Unione europea, a vigilare perché «ogni Stato deve essere in linea con i valori europei, sullo stato di diritto, sui diritti umani, tra i quali il rispetto del diritto all'aborto». La Borne avrebbe ben altro da fare: guida un governo di minoranza e avrà difficoltà ad approvare la "legge di bilancio", nel quale recentemente due esponenti di spicco di Verdi e dei Socialisti si sono dovuti dimettere per le accuse di violenze e tutto l'ufficio di presidenza della commissione sull'incesto, istituita dopo gli scandali della sinistra, lamenta la grave disattenzione dell'esecutivo. Più prudente il presidente Macron che, rispetta i risultati elettorali e si augura, «come vicini e amici, di continuare a lavorare insieme». Per Le Monde invece il successo della Meloni, per la prima volta dalla Marcia su Roma di Benito Mussolini, è un pericolo mortale per l'Europa, visti i risultati delle destre in Svezia e della Le Pen in Francia.In Germania, il vice-portavoce del Cancelliere Olaf Scholz, si è limitato a dire che «l'Italia è un Paese molto favorevole all'Europa, con cittadini molto favorevoli all'Europa e presumiamo che questo non cambierà». Su Der Spiegel fanno capolino le accuse all'Italia spendacciona, con i soldi europei, mentre DW dà ampio spazio a tutti coloro che legano FdI e Meloni al fascismo, Mussolini e la definiscono (come in altri quotidiani) di "estrema destra" per voler promuovere "Dio, patria e famiglia".Il brillante Eric Mamer, portavoce della Commissione EU, dice che la Commissione spera "di avere una cooperazione costruttiva con le autorità italiane", dopo la formazione del nuovo governo. Un passo avanti, dopo le volgari ingerenze della Von der Leyen descritte su La Bussola i giorni scorsi. L'"house organ" della sinistra globalista, Politico, si diletta a paragonare gli anni di Mussolini con il prossimo governo della Meloni, il The Guardian, dopo aver ospitato le farneticanti analisi di Roberto Saviano, si preoccupa per inesistenti discriminazioni verso gli Lgbtqi e la permanenza dell'Italia nella Ue.Tutti i leaders conservatori europei hanno invece espresso le congratulazioni per il successo del centrodestra e della Meloni (il polacco Mateusz Morawiecki e l'ungherese Viktor Orban in primis). Le tre superpotenze? La Cina rimane contrariata dalla dichiarazione della Meloni sul ritiro italiano dalla "Via della Seta" e il sostegno a Taiwan, gli Usa con Antony Blinken sono «pronti a lavorare con il nuovo governo», mentre dal Cremlino Dmitry Peskov dice che la Russia è pronta «ad accogliere qualsiasi forza politica che sia in grado... di dimostrare un atteggiamento più imparziale e costruttivo verso il nostro Paese». Mosca così apre ad un possibile impegno diplomatico italiano.

Accents d'Europe
Journée internationale de la liberté d'avorter: un droit fragile en Europe

Accents d'Europe

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 19:30


Inquiétude en Italie, au lendemain des législatives. Depuis la victoire de la cheffe de l'extrême droite italienne Giorgia Meloni qui peut prétendre diriger le prochain gouvernement, les femmes et les défenseurs des droits des femmes sont inquiets car le parti extrêmement conservateur que dirige Giorgia Meloni ne cache pas son opposition à la liberté d'avorter. Le reportage de Blandine Hugonnet. En Pologne comme en Hongrie, des milliers de personnes manifestent en cette Journée internationale du droit à l'avortement. Car en Hongrie, l'interruption de grossesse est autorisée depuis les années 50, jusqu'à la 12ème semaine. Mais, depuis le 15 septembre 2022 et un décret adopté par le gouvernement Orban, une femme qui veut interrompre sa grossesse devra d'abord passer une échographie avant de pouvoir avorter et écouter notamment les battements du cœur de l'embryon. Pour les associations de défense des droits des femmes, pas de doute, le régime nationaliste de Viktor Orban cherche à durcir l'accès à l'avortement. Florence Labruyère à Budapest. Disposer librement de son corps. Voilà un principe là aussi, garanti a priori par la loi au Kosovo, et ce jusqu'à 10 semaines de grossesse. Mais, dans ce tout petit pays des Balkans, la réalité est bien plus complexe. Comme en Italie, la pression morale, voire familiale, reste très forte pour qu'une femme garde son enfant. Les explications de Simon Rico. Il existe un pays en Europe où, il y a encore quelques mois, les médecins n'avaient légalement pas le droit d'informer et de communiquer sur leur pratique de l'interruption volontaire de grossesse du fait d'une loi adoptée en 1933, peu après l'arrivée d'Adolf Hitler au pouvoir. En Allemagne, cette loi a finalement été abrogée en juin 2022, mais avorter reste difficile dans ce pays très conservateur, Julien Mechaussie. Notre chronique «En un mot» s'intéresse cette semaine au «théorème de Pythagore», l'un des piliers de l'enseignement des mathématiques à l'École et toujours célébré en Grèce, Joël Bronner.

TIME's Top Stories
Column: The E.U. Is Finally Standing Up to Viktor Orbán

TIME's Top Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 5:58


After years of delay, the E.U. is finally trying to stand up to Orban's anti-democratic rule in Hungary

Tagesgespräch
Peter Voegeli: Italiens steiler Schwenker nach rechts mit Meloni

Tagesgespräch

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 27:31


Ein Parlament, so rechts wie nie seit dem Zweiten Weltkrieg. Erstmals wird eine Frau Ministerpräsidentin, mit postfaschistischer Vergangenheit. Wie weiter im verschuldeten Italien, mit hoher Jugendarbeitslosigkeit und seinen grossen Problemen? Ein Sommer, so trocken wie noch nie in Italien. Grosse Teile der Ernte fallen aus. Auch politisch durchlebt das Land einen aussergewöhnlichen Sommer: Die politische Ernte fährt erstmals eine Frau ein, Giorgia Meloni mit ihrer Partei Fratelli d Italia. Ihre politische Karriere hat sie im postfaschistischen Fahrwasser gestartet. Viele ihrer Mitstreiter verehren noch heute den ehemaligen Diktator Benito Mussolini. Das Parteiemblem der Fratelli d Italia erinnert mit der Flamme an den Duce. Meloni beteuert, der Postfaschismus sei Geschichte, ein neues Parteilogo lehnt sie jedoch ab. Wer ist Giorgia Meloni? Welche Politik strebt sie an, welche Minister wird sie ernennen? Ihre beiden Wahlhelfer Silvio Berlusconi von der Forza Italia und Matteo Salvini von der Lega hat sie in den Wahlen weit hinter sich gelassen. Treten diese in die zweite Reihe oder werden sie nun zu Rivalen? Kommen sie bei der Regierungsbildung zum Handkuss oder entscheidet sich Meloni für andere Kräfte? Zu ihren Vorbildern zählt der ungarische Präsident Viktor Orban. Auch zu den rechtsnationalen Kräften in Polen pflegt Meloni enge Verbindungen. Ergibt das eine neue, EU-kritische Allianz? Peter Voegeli ist Italien-Korrespondent von SRF und früherer Deutschlandkorrespondent. Er analysiert die Wahlen in Italien – und zieht Vergleiche zum nördlichen Schweizer Nachbarn, Deutschland.

TIME's The Brief
The Jan. 6 Committee Has Done Masterful Work. Can It Stick the Landing?... and More Stories

TIME's The Brief

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 25:20


Included in this episode: 1. The Jan. 6 Committee Has Done Masterful Work. Can It Stick the Landing? 2. Column: The E.U. Is Finally Standing Up to Viktor Orbán 3. A Corporate Greenwashing Bonanza Just Descended on New York City 4. What We Know So Far About BA.2.75.2, the ‘Most Resistant' Variant to Date .

Auf den Punkt
Extreme Rechte siegt in Italien: Neuer Ärger für die EU

Auf den Punkt

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 11:43


In Italien kommt mit Georgia Meloni eine Postfaschistin an die Macht. Was bedeutet das für Europas drittgrößtes Land - und für die Europäische Union? Georgia Meloni von der “Fratelli d'Italia” hat die Parlamentswahlen in Italien mit rund 26 Prozent gewonnen. Mit Matteo Salvini von der Lega und Silvio Berlusconi von Forza Italia wird sie wohl künftig eine Regierung bilden. Sie wolle das Land einen, “auf das, was verbindet, nicht das, was trennt”, hat sie in der Wahlnacht versprochen. Und eine “Politik für alle Italiener” machen. Obwohl sie Hass gegen Minderheiten schürt. Die niedrige Wahlbeteiligung von nur 64 Prozent habe “den Rechten genützt und der Mitte-Links-Gruppe geschadet”, sagt die ehemalige SZ-Italien-Korrespondentin Andrea Bachstein. “Die Leute sind einfach frustriert gewesen.” Außerdem habe Meloni in den vergangenen zehn Jahren “konsequent Opposition gemacht”. Als einzige nennenswerte Parlamentspartei habe die "Fratelli d'Italia" nicht die große Koalition von Maria Draghi unterstützt - und sich nicht die “Hände schmutzig” gemacht. Zunächst dürfte sich die Postfaschistin den hohen Energiepreisen zuwenden – möglicherweise werde es mehr Staatszuschüsse geben. Zudem werde sie “ziemlich schnell härtere Maßnahmen beim Thema Migration einbringen”. Und eventuell werde sie sich auch schnell dem von der Sterne-Bewegung eingeführten Bürgergeld widmen, meint Bachstein. Auf die EU werde mit der neuen Regierung in Rom vor allem Ärger zukommen, ist sich die Politik-Redakteurin sicher. “ Sie hat ja nie einen Hehl daraus gemacht, dass sie Viktor Orban in Ungarn für ein großes Vorbild hält.” Weitere Nachrichten: Gasumlage vom Tisch, Neue Demonstrationen in Iran. Den Link zu Geschichte Daily, den Geschichtspodcast, der durch die Zeit reist, finden Sie hier: https://www.sueddeutsche.de/politik/sz-podcast-geschichte-daily-1.5545923 Moderation, Redaktion: Lars Langenau Redaktion: Nadja Schlüter, Tami Holderried Produktion: Benjamin Markthaler Zusätzliches Audiomaterial über Bloomberg

InterNational
Les élections italiennes changent les équilibres politiques européens

InterNational

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 3:04


durée : 00:03:04 - Géopolitique - par : Pierre  Haski  - La nette victoire de la coalition d'extrême droite et de droite menée par Giorgia Meloni change la donne en Europe. Elle avancera sans doute prudemment, mais ses idées sur l'avenir de l'UE sont plus proches de celles de Viktor Orban que d'Emmanuel Macron.

Les histoires de 28 Minutes
Graham Jones / Italie : l'extrême-droite au pouvoir ?

Les histoires de 28 Minutes

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 43:57


L'émission 28 Minutes du 26/09/2022 Au programme de l'émission du 26 septembre 2022 ⬇ Graham Jones, le “bon indien” qui affronte ses démons “L'Amérique veut que nous soyons dans un film de John Wayne. Ils veulent que nous portions des bandeaux et des pagnes et que nous tombions morts du dos des chevaux. Ce n'est pas ce que nous voulons.” Né dans l'ouest du Texas, Graham Jones est Blackfeet, descendant des tribus indigènes américaines. Romancier et nouvelliste, le genre de l'horreur est celui qu'il préfère. Dans “Un bon indien est un indien mort” (éditions Rivage), quatre amis d'enfance sont hantés par les visions du fantôme d'une caribou femelle qu'ils ont massacrée 10 ans plus tôt lors d'une partie de chasse. Si son roman dénonce la représentation des Indiens d'Amérique, il nous ramène aussi à notre condition : “Être humain, c'est avoir peur”. Graham Jones est notre invité.  Victoire de Meloni en Italie : une vague d'extrême-droite en Europe ? C'est un succès éclatant. Avec plus de 44 % des suffrages aux élections législatives, dont 26 % pour le parti Fratelli d'Italia, la coalition de droite devrait obtenir une majorité absolue au Parlement italien. Giorgia Meloni, la cheffe du parti postfasciste aux portes du pouvoir, se réclame du modèle “illibéral” du Premier ministre hongrois Viktor Orban et souhaite transformer l'Europe en “Europe des peuples”. Après la victoire de la coalition entre droite et extrême droite en Suède, l'Italie fera-t-elle imploser l'Europe ? Si pour la première fois, l'extrême droite arriverait à diriger un des pays fondateurs de l'Union européenne, qu'est-ce qui explique cette victoire ? Nos invités en débattent.  Enfin, retrouvez également les chroniques de Xavier Mauduit et d'Alix Van Pée. 28 Minutes est le magazine d'actualité d'ARTE, présenté par Elisabeth Quin du lundi au jeudi à 20h05. Renaud Dély est aux commandes de l'émission le vendredi et le samedi. Ce podcast est coproduit par KM et ARTE Radio.  Enregistrement : 26 septembre 2022 - Présentation : Elisabeth Quin - Production : KM, ARTE Radio

HABERTURK.COM
Macar Başbakan'dan Avrupa'ya eleştiri

HABERTURK.COM

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 0:39


Macaristan Başbakanı Viktor Orban, Rusya-Ukrayna Savaşı'yla ilgili, Batı'nın savaştan, ülkesinin ise barıştan yana olduğunu söyledi

Géopolitique
Les élections italiennes changent les équilibres politiques européens

Géopolitique

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 3:04


durée : 00:03:04 - Géopolitique - par : Pierre  Haski  - La nette victoire de la coalition d'extrême droite et de droite menée par Giorgia Meloni change la donne en Europe. Elle avancera sans doute prudemment, mais ses idées sur l'avenir de l'UE sont plus proches de celles de Viktor Orban que d'Emmanuel Macron.

Aftonbladet Daily
Ungern och EU:s ultimatum

Aftonbladet Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 16:14


”En hybridregim med parlamentariskt envälde” – det är vad EU-parlamentet konstaterar att Ungern har blivit. Det handlar bland annat om ett otillräckligt rättssystem, allvarliga brister i offentlig upphandling, ökad korruption, nedmonteringen av pressfrihet och inskränkta rättigheter för minoriteter. Förra söndagen röstade en majoritet av EU:s kommissionärer för att stoppa utbetalningar på 80 miljarder kronor till Ungern. Nu har premiärminister Viktor Orbán och hans parti Fidesz fram till den 19 november på sig att göra och visa upp förändringar. Kommer EU:s ultimatum att ha någon effekt? Varför agerar kommissionen först nu? Och hur ser Ungerns framtid i EU ut? Det pratar vi om i Aftonbladet Daily. Gäst: Wolfgang Hansson, utrikespolitisk kommentator på Aftonbladet. Programledare: Olivia Svenson. Kontakt: podcast@aftonbladet.se

Raport o stanie świata Dariusza Rosiaka
Raport o stanie świata - 24 września 2022

Raport o stanie świata Dariusza Rosiaka

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 129:27


Rozpoczynają się referenda w czterech obwodach zajętych przez Rosję po inwazji na Ukrainę. Zachód nie uzna wyników, ale po zakończeniu referendów Rosja będzie traktowała te tereny jak własne. Co to oznacza? Trwa również mobilizacja i wielka ucieczka mężczyzn jej podlegających. Na granicy Rosji z Finlandią wielokilometrowa kolejka, władze tego kraju zastanawiają się jak reagować na tak wielki napływ Rosjan. Łotwa i Litwa ogłosiły już, że nie będą przyjmować osób uciekających przed poborem. We Włoszech wybory powszechne. Na czele sondaży koalicja partii prawicowych, która chce bronić tradycyjnej rodziny, zablokować Włochy przed migrantami i wyprowadzić podatek liniowy. A jej liderką jest jedna z najbardziej charyzmatycznych postaci europejskiej polityki. Komisja Europejska proponuje zawieszenie wypłat około 7,5 mld euro funduszy unijnych dla Węgier w związku z podejrzeniami o korupcję w wykorzystaniu środków. Czy tym razem Viktor Orban przegra rozgrywkę z Unią? W Raporcie autor nowej książki na temat Węgier. W Iranie krwawe zamieszki po śmierci 22-letniej kobiety zatrzymanej przez tzw. policję do spraw moralności. W 80. miastach ludzie wychodzą na ulic protestując przeciwko władzy. Jak Chiny budują swoją potęgę i wpływy w Europie, również w Europie Środkowo-Wschodniej. W programie rozmowa z autorką nowej książki na ten temat. Rozkład jazdy: (2:34) Raphael Gualazzi - Follia D'Amore (6:01) Agnieszka Bryc o mobilizacji w Rosji (34:12) Ludwika Włodek o krwawych zamieszkach w Iranie (46:28) Mannarino - Le Cose Perdute (49:54) Świat z boku - Grzegorz Dobiecki o dekorowaniu śmierci (55:26) Dominik Hejj o wstrzymanych wypłatach UE dla Węgier (1:19:14) Podziękowania (1:23:59) Anna Kowalewska o wyborach we Włoszech (1:41:34) Sylwia Czubkowska o wpływach Chin w Europie (2:04:56) Do usłyszenia (2:05:31) Paolo Conte - Sparring Partner

The Europeans
The joys of the early internet

The Europeans

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 36:04


Between those of us who grew up before the internet and those who've never known a world without it, there's a generation of people who came of age *with* the web. This week we chat to the French-Moroccan journalist Marie Le Conte about 'Escape', a book that reflects on the vibrant, chaotic days of the early internet and what has changed since then. We're also talking about Viktor Orbán's money woes and why psychiatrists in Brussels are prescribing museum visits for mental health. Marie tweets at @youngvulgarian. 'Escape: How a generation shaped, destroyed and survived the internet' is out now. You can read about how Hungary's elite made a fortune from EU subsidies here. This week's Isolation Inspiration: The Politalia newsletter and 'Druk' (Another Round). Thanks for listening! If you enjoy our podcast and would like to help us keep making it, we'd love it if you'd consider chipping in a few bucks a month at patreon.com/europeanspodcast (many currencies are available). You can also help new listeners find the show by leaving us a review or giving us five stars on Spotify. 02:47 Bad (ish) Week: Hungary's billions 10:34 Good Week: Brussels' 'museum therapy' initiative 18:57 Interview: Marie Le Conte on 'Escape' and growing up on the early internet 30:18 Isolation Inspiration: The Politalia newsletter and 'Druk' ('Another Round') 32:59 Happy Ending: Happy Birthday, Spider-Man Producers: Katy Lee and Wojciech Oleksiak Music: Jim Barne and Mariska Martina This podcast is part of the Are We Europe family. Find more like-minded European podcasts at areweeurope.com/audio-family. Twitter | Instagram | hello@europeanspodcast.com

Wieder was gelernt - Ein ntv-Podcast
Warum Orban Putin den Rücken stärkt

Wieder was gelernt - Ein ntv-Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 8:59


Das EU-Bollwerk gegen Russland steht, doch ein Land versucht seit dem Kriegsbeginn in der Ukraine auszuscheren. Ungarn liefert keine Waffen an die Ukraine und droht immer wieder auch damit, die Sanktionen gegen Moskau zu blockieren. Was ist das Ziel von Ungarns Präsident Viktor Orban?Mit? Sonja Priebus, Politikwissenschaftlerin und Ungarn-Expertin an der Europa-Universität Viadrina in Frankfurt (Oder)Sie haben Fragen, Anmerkungen oder Ideen? Schreiben Sie eine E-Mail an podcasts@n-tv.deUnsere allgemeinen Datenschutzrichtlinien finden Sie unter https://datenschutz.ad-alliance.de/podcast.html

À propos
France, Suède, Italie: pourquoi l'extrême droite séduit - "À propos", le podcast du Soir

À propos

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 16:00


"À propos", c'est le podcast quotidien du Soir pour s'informer, décrypter et s'inspirer.Un bloc inédit réunissant la droite et l'extrême droite a remporté les élections en Suède. Ce weekend, les Italiens sont appelés aux urnes et la grandissime favorite du scrutin, c'est Giorgia Meloni, leader du parti conservateur et souverainiste Fratelli d'Italia. Il y a le Rassemblement National en France, le Fidesz de Viktor Orban en Hongrie... Partout à travers l'Europe, les partis de droite extrême ou radicale bombent le torse. On a demandé à Marine Buisson du service monde de passer par notre studio pour qu'elle nous explique ce qui fait le succès de ces formations politiques.Les syndicats lancent, ce mercredi, une série d'actions de mobilisation pour le pouvoir d'achat. Le point de départ, c'est la négociation de la marge salariale et la loi de 1996. On vous a expliqué ça dans notre podcast d'hier avec Pascal Lorent, journaliste du service politique. Ce matin, on s'est demandé ce que pouvait faire une ville, une administration pour aider sa population. Illustration au pôle énergie logements de la ville de Soignies. Baptiste Gillot est parti en reportage avec Eric Deffet, du service politique. "Taxer les surprofits, pratiquer la sobriété: on peut déjà commencer par là." Ce sont les conseils d'Esther Duflo, prix Nobel d'économie, pour faire face à la crise. L'économiste franco-américaine est spécialiste de la lutte contre la pauvreté. Elle a écrit plusieurs livres très pédagogiques, notamment pour expliquer la pauvreté aux enfants et à leurs parents. Le Soir l'a rencontrée pour mieux comprendre comment traverser ces temps difficiles. Un entretien que vous pouvez lire sur tous nos supports, réalisé par notre éditorialiste en chef Béatrice Delvaux. "À propos", c'est notre sélection, du lundi au vendredi dès 7 heures sur Le Soir et votre plateforme de podcasts préférée. Retrouvez tous les podcasts du journal «Le Soir» sur https://podcasts.lesoir.bePrésentation : Pierre Fagnart, Sandrine Puissant

Subversive w/Alex Kaschuta
Dan Dima - Left And Right in Eastern Europe

Subversive w/Alex Kaschuta

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 100:53


I've been looking to record this episode for a while, given that Eastern Europe is both in the news and has gotten a new reputation as a bastion of “based politics.“ To enlighten me on the subject, I brought in my friend Dan Dima, one of the most well-read people I know, especially on Romanian and Eastern European history and political philosophy. We speak about what it means to be on the left or right in a place where we recently had “communist nationalism.” We also discuss revisionism, Victor Orban as a different breed of statesman, centralization of power vs. emergence, the doctrine vs. psychology of conservatism, and much more. Dan Anton Dima is a conservative political analyst from Romania. He mostly posts his thoughts in Romanian on Facebook @dananton.dima --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/aksubversive/message

Expresso - Expresso da Manhã
Dinheiro é a única linguagem que Viktor Orbán entende

Expresso - Expresso da Manhã

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 15:25


A Hungria está acusada de pôr em causa o Estado de Direito e a lista das infrações é enorme, mas neste caso o que está a ser penalizado é a falta de legislação eficaz para controlar a corrupção na utilização de dinheiro comunitário. A sanção possível é a perda de 7,5 mil milhões de euros e, como o primeiro-ministro Viktor Orbán só conhece esta linguagem, já deu sinais de querer recuar. Neste episeódio, conversamos com Susana Frexes, correspondente do Expresso e da SIC em Bruxelas.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Grand angle
France, Suède, Italie: pourquoi les partis de droite extrême séduisent ?

Grand angle

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 6:15


Un bloc inédit réunissant la droite et l'extrême-droite a remporté les élections en Suède. Ce weekend, les Italiens sont appelés aux urnes et la grandissime favorite du scrutin, c'est Giorgia Meloni, leader du parti conservateur et souverainiste Fratelli d'Italia. Il y a le Rassemblement National en France, le Fidesz de Viktor Orban en Hongrie : partout à travers l'Europe, les partis de droite extreme ou radicale bombent le torse.  On a demandé à Marine Buisson du service monde de passer par notre studio. Pour qu'elle nous explique ce qui fait le succès de ces formations politiques.

Raport międzynarodowy
Hegemonia Victora Orbána. “Węgry są dziś ograniczoną demokracją”

Raport międzynarodowy

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 54:13


Dr Dominik Héjj politolog i ekspert w tematyce węgierskiej, tłumaczy, jakie są Węgry Victora Orbána i na czym polega fenomen węgierskiego premiera, który zajmuje to stanowisko nieprzerwanie od 12 lat. “To jest człowiek, który chciałby przywrócenia pozycji Węgier w Europie” - wyjaśnia gość Witolda Jurasza i dodaje: “Victor Orbán zakłada, że w nowym podziale geopolitycznym Rosja będzie odgrywała tak dużą rolę, że Węgry będą beneficjentem tego układu”. Zwraca przy tym uwagę, że na Węgrzech nie używa się w tym kontekście słowa “prorosyjskość”, ale “prowęgierskość”. O sposobie rządzenia Victora Orbána gość Witolda Jurasza mówi - “hegemoniczny”, a o demokracji na Węgrzech - “ograniczona”. Zdaniem dr. Héjja Unia Europejska “przespała” proces reformy sądownictwa i systemu medialnego w tym kraju. “Mam wrażenie, że teraz w pośpiechu próbuje to nadrobić, ale już się nie da. To jest nie do odczarowania” - podsumowuje. W “Raporcie międzynarodowym” o roli mediów, Ukrainie, konformizmie, korupcji i wartościach na Węgrzech. 

Der Tag - Deutschlandfunk
Der Tag - Begräbnis des Jahrhunderts

Der Tag - Deutschlandfunk

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 28:35


London ist im Ausnahmezustand. Zum Begräbnis von Queen Elisabeth II sind rund 2000 Trauergäste angereist – Staatschefs aus zahlreichen Ländern und viele Monarchen. Zigtausende Menschen in London versuchen, einen letzten Blick auf den Sarg zu bekommen und weltweit verfolgen Millionen die Prozedur im Livestream. Sandra Pfister berichtet über die Stimmung in London und den Medienhype rund um dieses Begräbnis. Außerdem: Die EU-Kommission droht Ungarn mit der Kürzung von Fördergeldern, weil das Land gegen rechtsstaatliche Prinzipien verstößt. Wird es jetzt ernst für Victor Orban? Eher nicht, glaubt unser Korrespondent Peter Kapern. Schulz, JosephineDirekter Link zur Audiodatei

Les histoires de 28 Minutes
Arestrup et Duvauchelle / Isolement hongrois

Les histoires de 28 Minutes

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 45:27


L'émission 28 Minutes du 19/09/2022 Au programme de l'émission du 19 septembre 2022 ⬇ Arestrup et Duvauchelle, deux drôles de papillons C'est l'histoire d'Albert, retraité et ancien tueur en série, qui fait appel à Adrien, un écrivain en panne d'inspiration, pour rédiger ses mémoires. C'est l'histoire d'une relation fascinante et passionnelle entre deux âmes égarées, que l'on retrouve dans la mini-série d'Olivier Abbou, “Les papillons noirs'', diffusée sur ARTE à partir du 22 septembre et déjà disponible en intégralité sur Arte.tv. C'est aussi la rencontre entre deux comédiens, Niels Arestrup et Nicolas Duvauchelle, qui jouent ensemble pour la première fois et incarnent avec brio les protagonistes de cette fiction sanglante. Ils sont les invités de 28 Minutes.  La Hongrie a-t-elle encore sa place dans l'Union européenne ? La place de la Hongrie au sein de l'Union européenne fait à nouveau débat. Le 18 septembre, Bruxelles a formulé une proposition qui suggère la suspension de 7,5 milliards d'euros de financements européens destinés à Budapest pour convaincre le pays de lutter contre la corruption et favoriser la transparence des marchés publics. Cette décision rejoint d'anciennes mises en garde à destination du gouvernement de Viktor Orban, qui n'a cessé de porter atteinte aux principes européens et à l'état de droit. Jeudi 15 septembre, le Parlement européen a par exemple adopté un rapport qui stipule que la Hongrie n'est plus une démocratie mais un “régime hybride d'autocratie électorale''. Alors que le pays est actuellement confronté à une forte inflation et une situation économique difficile, cette nouvelle menace sera-t-elle efficace ? Faut-il passer à la vitesse supérieure dans les sanctions contre Budapest ? La Hongrie a-t-elle encore sa place dans l'Europe ? On en débat.  Enfin, retrouvez également les chroniques de Xavier Mauduit et d'Alix Van Pée. 28 Minutes est le magazine d'actualité d'ARTE, présenté par Elisabeth Quin du lundi au vendredi à 20h05. Renaud Dély est aux commandes de l'émission le samedi. Ce podcast est coproduit par KM et ARTE Radio. Enregistrement : 19 septembre 2022 - Présentation : Élisabeth Quin - Production : KM, ARTE Radio

Was jetzt?
Eine Woche im Atomkraftwerk

Was jetzt?

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 10:16


Atomkraftwerke und Krieg sind keine gute Kombination. Seit Kriegsbeginn in der Ukraine steht immer wieder das größte Atomkraftwerk Europas, Saporischschja, im Fokus. Ein weiteres Atomkraftwerk, das sich im Kriegsgebiet befindet, ist das AKW Juschnoukrajinsk. ZEIT-Reporter Wolfgang Bauer hat dort eine Woche lang recherchiert und berichtet im Podcast von seiner Reise. Seit Jahren streitet sich die Europäische Union mit Ungarn um dessen Rechtsstaatlichkeit. Nun könnte die EU-Kommission den Mitgliedsländern erstmals vorschlagen, Ungarn Fördermittel aus dem gemeinsamen Haushalt zu kürzen. Grund dafür sind massive Vorwürfe wegen Korruption, Verstößen gegen die Pressefreiheit und Behinderung der Justiz. Darüber spricht Moses Fendel mit Brüssel-Korrespondent Ulrich Ladurner. Welche Mittel könnten gekürzt werden und was würde das für das Land bedeuten? Alles außer Putzen – Bastelanleitung für Drachen gesucht Moderation und Produktion: Moses Fendel Mitarbeit: Chi Nguyen und Christina Felschen Fragen, Kritik, Anregungen? Sie erreichen uns unter wasjetzt@zeit.de. Weitere Links zur Folge: Atomkraftwerke in der Ukraine: Der Störfall (https://www.zeit.de/zeit-magazin/2022/38/atomkraftwerke-ukraine-krieg-saporischschja-juschnoukrajinsk) AKW Saporischschja: Atomkraftwerk im Ausnahmezustand (https://www.zeit.de/wissen/2022-09/akw-saporischschja-ukraine-iaea-gefahr-faq) Viktor Orbán: Wo Viktor Orbán als Held empfangen wird (https://www.zeit.de/politik/ausland/2022-08/viktor-orban-cpac-2022-texas-dallas) Ungarn: Orbán baut seinen autoritären Staat aus (https://www.zeit.de/politik/ausland/2014-10/einreiseverbot-korruption-sanktion-ungarn)

Studio 9 - Deutschlandfunk Kultur
Initiative für Medienvielfalt - EU will Medien vor staatlichen Eingriffen schützen - kann das klappen?

Studio 9 - Deutschlandfunk Kultur

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 11:00


Auch Ungarns Ministerpräsidenten Viktor Orbán würde ein Vorhaben der EU betreffen, Medien vor staatlichen Eingriffen zu schützen. "Ein sehr ambitioniertes, breit angelegtes Projekt" sei das, meint Mark Cole, wissenschaftlicher Direktor des Instituts für Europäisches Medienrecht. Mark Cole im Gespräch mit Julius Stuckewww.deutschlandfunkkultur.de, Studio 9Direkter Link zur Audiodatei

PodCast IDEG
Resumo Semanal - 16/09/2022 - Ucrânia, Putin-XI, OCX, Cáucaso, Hungria e União Europeia

PodCast IDEG

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 12:07


Salve, salve, Cacdista! Veja as notícias do Resumo Semanal IDEG (09 a 16 de setembro): - Ucrânia: Kiev retoma áreas na região de Kharkiv, no leste do país; Rússia recua; - Putin-Xi: presidentes de Rússia e China se encontram pela primeira vez desde o início do conflito na Ucrânia; - OCX: Irã assina memorando para tornar-se membro da Organização para Cooperação de Xangai; - Cáucaso: A retomada do conflito entre Armênia e Azerbaijão e o cessar-fogo mediado pela Rússia; - Hungria: Parlamento Europeu denuncia degradação de Estado de direito sob o regime de Viktor Orbán; - União Europeia: Parlamento aprova lei que restringe importação de produtos ligados ao desmatamento.

Le monde est à nous
Pour les eurodéputés, "la Hongrie n'est plus une démocratie"

Le monde est à nous

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 2:16


durée : 00:02:16 - Le monde est à nous - "La Hongrie ne peut plus être considérée comme une démocratie !" C'est ce que disent les députés européens, dans un rapport accablant sur les défaillances du pays de Viktor Orban.

America Explained
From the archive: Why does the right love Hungary?

America Explained

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 21:48


*** Check out the free https://amerex.substack.com/ (America Explained newsletter) for occasional written posts on the big issues in U.S. politics and foreign policy and no extra spam *** The American conservative movement has a strange love affair with Hungary's authoritarian leader Viktor Orban - so much so that recently the biggest annual event in conservative politics will be held in Budapest. In this episode, Andy explores the religious and cultural roots of Orban-mania, and talks about why Hungary is a poor model for the United States. Credits Host - Andy Gawthorpe

Honestly with Bari Weiss
Has Freedom Failed Us? A Debate

Honestly with Bari Weiss

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 117:20 Very Popular


If there is a headline to the past half-decade, it's this: liberal democracy is under threat across the West and populist movements are on the march. There's Brexit in the UK. There's Viktor Orbán in Hungary. There's Jair Bolsonaro in Brazil. And in the United States, of course, there's Donald Trump. So today: a debate. Should we be fighting to preserve liberalism, the system that prizes our individual rights and the very foundation upon which America was built? Or is the system itself the problem? It's a high-stakes debate—the future of America and liberal democracy—and we couldn't have two better people for this conversation: Political Science Professor and author of the book, Why Liberalism Failed, Patrick Deneen; and New York Times opinion columnist Bret Stephens. Both Bret and Patrick are what people would label “conservatives,” but there is likely more disagreement between the two of them than between the average Democrat and Republican. Bret believes the problems we see today are happening because we have lost too much of our individual freedom. Patrick, on the other hand, believes that having so much freedom has actually damaged us– that our problems are caused precisely by the system that puts individual liberty on a pedestal. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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Ryszard Czarnecki – europoseł PiS/ Poranek Wnet/ 08.09.2022 r.

Podcasty Radia Wnet / Warszawa 87,8 FM | Kraków 95,2 FM | Wrocław 96,8 FM / Białystok 103,9 FM

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 7:41


Ryszard Czarnecki stwierdza, że Polska potrzebuje pieniędzy z KPO. Ocenia, że Komisja Europejska popełnia "świństwo", że nie daje nam środków, które nam się należą. Europoseł zauważa, że premier Viktor Orbán nie rozbudzał oczekiwań Węgrów odnośnie środków z UE. Polski rząd stał się zakładnikiem własnej narracji. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/radiownet/message

History Behind News
S2E28: Who Are Hungarians? Viktor Orban's "peoples of mixed race" comment... analysis & history

History Behind News

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 64:42


Are Hungarians"peoples of mixed race"? From "forgotten barbarians" to 896; to Mongols, Ottomans and Austrians; and now! The "now" aspect of this question is quite important, because as Dr. Robert Nemes will explain in this episode, for most Hungarians now, their nation may seem rather homogenous. And as far as living memory goes, this perception may be correct. But once we dig a little deeper into history, most Hungarians, including our guest's own ancestors, are indeed "peoples of mixed race". For reasons that Dr. Nemes explains, Hungarians date their history back to 896, after which, despite some military defeats, Hungary becomes a kingdom around 1,000 CE and thrives, experiencing wealth (gold and silver mines) and health (population growth). This success continues despite the utter devastation wrought by the Mongol invasion. As Hungary recovers and even repels the second Mongol invasion, its borders reach the Adriatic. The Ottoman period is another negative and devastating period in Hungary's history. One particular reason is that their country was split into three parts, and the Austrian Habsburgs also encroach on Hungary, eventually dominating it. But the story of loss doesn't stop there. After WWI, Hungary loses more than 70% of its territory! This loss, imposed by the post-war peace agreement, continues to be relevant in Hungary's nationalistic politics today. Dr. Nemes is a professor of history at Colgate University and has been visiting Budapest since soon after the fall of the Berlin Wall… where he could see bullet-ridden buildings from the Hungarian Revolution of 1956. He is the author of The Once and Future Budapestand Another Hungary: The Nineteenth-Century Provinces in Eight Lives. He is also co-editor of Sites of European Antisemitism in the Age of Mass Politics, 1880-1918. To learn more about Dr. Nemes, you can visit his academic homepage. In this episode, we also made references to the histories of other European nations. Lucky for us, we have previously produced episodes about them as well: S2E5: Who Are Ukrainians? S2E8: Wars in Ukraine. S2E22: Finland's wars against Russia. S2E19: Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth. I hope you enjoy these episodes. Adel Host of the History Behind News podcast HIGHLIGHTS: get podcast highlights in your inbox. SUPPORT: please click here and join our other supporters in the news peeler community. Thank you.

So what you're saying is...
Former Trump Advisor: Trump Will Run in 2024. The Crazies Have Taken Over the Democrat White House.

So what you're saying is...

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2022 37:21


Joining us on the #SWYSI sofa this week is Sebastian Gorka, former Deputy Assistant to President Trump and sometime adviser to Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban. Born and educated in the United Kingdom, Mr. Gorka is now host of the popular America First show, which has a regular audience of 3.5 million people. In a wide-ranging discussion with Peter Whittle, Mr. Gorka discusses America's political divisions, Brexit, Boris Johnson and the role of the English Speaking Peoples as natural champions of Western civilisation. ---------------- SUBSCRIBE: If you are enjoying the show, please subscribe to our channel on YouTube (click the Subscribe Button underneath the video and then Click on the Bell icon next to it to make sure you Receive All Notifications) AUDIO: If you prefer Audio you can subscribe on itunes or Soundcloud. Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/user-923838732 SUPPORT/DONATE / JOIN OUR MEMBERSHIP SCHEME The NCF Channel is still very new and to continue to produce quality programming we need your support. Your donations will help ensure the channel not only continues but can grow into a major online platform challenging the cultural orthodoxies dominant in our institutions, public life and media. You can join our membership scheme or donate in a variety of ways via our website: http://www.newcultureforum.org.uk It is set up to accept one time and monthly donations. JOIN US ON SOCIAL MEDIA: Web: http://www.newcultureforum.org.uk F: https://www.facebook.com/NCultureForum/ I: https://www.instagram.com/newcultureforum/ Y: http://www.youtube.com/c/NewCultureForum T: http://www.twitter.com/NewCultureForum (@NewCultureForum)

Ahval
Erdoğan Viktor Orban'ın ipine sarıldı

Ahval

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 10:39


Ankara Rüzgarı'nda Zülfikar Doğan Türkiye'deki son gelişmeleri ele aldı.

Democracy Paradox
Laura Gamboa on Opposition Strategies to Resist Democratic Erosion

Democracy Paradox

Play Episode Play 43 sec Highlight Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 40:39 Transcription Available


There's always another set of elections. So, let's set up for elections. Let's figure out how to mobilize people. Let's figure out how to engage them and answer the question, ‘Why they elected this person? What did we miss? What do we need to build? Which kind of program.' I think using the streets is great, but definitely you need training… A lot of training.This is a long-term effort. It's not about calling you on Facebook for a demonstration and that's it.Laura GamboaSupport Democracy Paradox on Patreon for bonus episodes, ad free episodes and exclusive updates and information. Preorder Laura Gamboa's new book Resisting Backsliding: Opposition Strategies against the Erosion of Democracy here. A full transcript is available at www.democracyparadox.com.Laura Gamboa is an Assistant Professor of Political Science at the University of Utah. She is the author of the forthcoming book Resisting Backsliding: Opposition Strategies against the Erosion of Democracy.Key HighlightsIntroduction - 0:47Uribe was a Threat to Democracy - 3:11Opposition Strategies in Colombia - 14:20Opposition Strategies in Venezuela - 17:53How Often do Aspiring Autocrats Get Elected - 27:03Final Advice for Democratic Oppositions - 34:02Key LinksLearn more about Laura Gamboa"The Peace Process and Colombia's Elections" by Laura Gambia in the Journal of DemocracyResisting Backsliding: Opposition Strategies against the Erosion of Democracy by Laura GamboaDemocracy Paradox PodcastKim Lane Scheppele on Hungary, Viktor Orbán, and its Democratic DeclineCaitlin Andrews-Lee on Charismatic Movements and Personalistic LeadersMore Episodes from the PodcastMore InformationDemocracy GroupApes of the State created all MusicEmail the show at jkempf@democracyparadox.comFollow on Twitter @DemParadox100 Books on DemocracySmart Passive Income PodcastWeekly interviews, strategy, and advice for building your online business the smart way.Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifySupport the show

Ricochet Podcast
Fishing Expedition

Ricochet Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 68:03


Since our plans to hide away forever at a remote Minnesotan lake house were dashed – on account of James not having one for us – we decided instead to jump on into the mucky swamp that's swallowed up our institutions. At least we have Eli Lake (who, as you'll hear, knows everybody) to tour us through the law enforcement agencies who've undermined their standing with the public... in order to get the guy who they blame for undermining the public's trust. Also, the hosts chat some about the former rep from Wyoming; a Florida judge who hopes to stop Gov. DeSantis from stopping the woke; plus Rob had lunch with Viktor Orbán! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Ricochet Podcast
Fishing Expedition

Ricochet Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 68:41


Since our plans to hide away forever at a remote Minnesotan lake house were dashed – on account of James not having one for us – we decided instead to jump on into the mucky swamp that's swallowed up our institutions. At least we have Eli Lake (who, as you'll hear, knows everybody) to tour us through the law enforcement agencies who've undermined their standing with the public in order to get the guy who they blame for undermining the public's trust in them... Also, the hosts chat some about the former rep from Wyoming; a Florida judge who hopes to stop Gov. DeSantis from stopping the woke; Lileks is seeing a resurgence of masking; plus, Rob had lunch with Viktor Orbán! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed
Young Americans: Hungary, Texas (#97)

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 29:18


USA Today Opinion Fellow (and native Texan) Chris Schlak joins the show to discuss his experience at CPAC Dallas, which featured, among other things, a speech from Hungarian prime minister Viktor Orban, 2020 election trutherism, and January 6 performance art.

David Feldman Show
Republicans Call America A Christian Nation, Episode 1361

David Feldman Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 391:54


David takes a close look at how Republicans at CPAC and Turning Points this month openly embraced Christian Nationalism. Topics: Liz Cheney; Sarah Palin going to Congress?; Rudy targeted by Georgia prosecutor;  What is Quiet Quitting?; Trump's passport was taken; Shooting at Six Flags; Drug violence in Tijuana;  00:02:35 2016 Donald Trump promising to protect classified material 00:06:00 Rudy''s lawyers say he is the subject of a criminal invesitgation in George 00:06:28 Senator Lindsey Graham told to testify before Georgia Grand jury looking into election fraud 00:06:55 Gunman opens fire at Six Flags Great America 00:07:45 Las Vegas airport shuts down on reports of shots fired 00:08:13 Record rain in Las Vegas results in two deaths 00:08:37 Drug cartels in Mexico turn violent, what's the story with rival gangs? 00:10:11 What is the Jalisco New Generation drug cartel? 00:10:31 Polio is back, baby! 00:17:29 Sarah Palin might go to Congress after tomorrow 00:20:31 Liz Cheney is expected to lose tomorrow 00:21:53 How exactly January 6th is on the ballot this year, and why you should worry 00:26:19 Trump supporters once again believe what they're told and turn violent 00:27:08 Law Enforcement receives uptick in threats after last week's Mar a Lago raid 00:29:14 Domestic Far Right wing terrorists are our biggest security threat 00:31:52 Fox's Steve Doocy getting spooked by all this talk about violence 00:37:54 Trump, despite what Republicans say, is no supporter of cops 00:39:50 Can Trump declassify those boxes retroactively? 00:42:35 John Bolton, Trump's national security advisor, says Trump's lying 00:45:14 Now they're using The Nixon Defense 00:49:08 Charlie Kirk from Turning Points is angry 00:58:59 Republicans openly saying America is a Christian nation 01:12:21 Eric Metaxas is a Yale educated Christian who calls for violence 01:12:56 Republicans embrace Viktor Orban's racist and Anti-Semitic vision for the world 01:26:22 Republicans are weaponizing America's truly insane to destroy participatory democracy 01:27:27 "USA of Distraction" written and performed by Professor MIKE STEINEL 01:33:36 PASCAL ROBERT, co-host of the "This Is Revolution Podcast" 02:06:12 "Ain't No Chairs" written and performed by Professor MIKE STEINEL 02:09:33 Comedy Writer DAVE SIRUS 02:44:49 Stump the Humps with Quizmaster DAN FRANKENBERGER 03:00:07 "I'm On My Way" written and performed by Professor MIKE STEINEL 03:03:26 Dr. HARRIET FRAAD  03:31:24 Professor ADNAN HUSAIN 04:08:00 PETER B. COLLINS 04:45:17 Professor MARY ANNE CUMMINGS 05:24:33 Professor MIKE STEINEL 05:58:29 "The Gentle Lady From Casper' written and performed by Professor Mike Steinel 06:05:09 "Something Died In My Garage" written and performed by Professor Mike Steinel 06:25:07 "Turtle" written and performed by Professor Mike Steinel We livestream here on YouTube every Monday and Thursday starting at 5:00 PM Eastern and go until 11:00 PM. Please join us!  Take us wherever you go by subscribing to this show as a podcast! Here's how: https://davidfeldmanshow.com/how-to-listen/ And Subscribe to this channel. SUPPORT INDEPENDENT MEDIA: https://www.paypal.com/biz/fund?id=PDTFTUJCCV3EW More David @ http://www.DavidFeldmanShow.com Get Social With David: Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/davidfeldmancomedy?ref=hl Twitter: https://twitter.com/David_Feldman_ iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/david-feldman-show/id321997239

The Holy Post
Episode 521: Flirting with Fascism & Can Christians Be Patriots? with Richard Mouw

The Holy Post

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 91:27 Very Popular


For centuries Americans have valued their liberty, but a growing number of conservatives are now saying cherished values like the freedom of speech, religion, and the press have allowed progressive beliefs to destroy the culture. In response, some Republicans and conservative Christian thinkers argue it's time to abandon these failed American ideals and copy the fascist, illiberal strategies of leaders like Hungary's Victor Orban to stop immigration, fight wokism, and to ensure the government supports Christian beliefs. Then, a new article about the separation of families at the Southern border brings Phil to tears, and he pleads with evangelicals to not allow Trump near the presidency again. Skye interviews Dr. Richard Mouw about his new book, “How to Be a Patriotic Christian: Love of Country as Love of Neighbor.” They discuss godly versus idolatrous forms of patriotism, what the Bible says about the proper role of government, and debate whether churches should display flags and sing patriotic hymns.  Bonus Patreon news story - https://www.patreon.com/posts/70304989 News Segment 0:00 - Intro 3:38 - "How the American Right Fell in Love with Hungary" 39:22 - Trump administration's family separation policy 54:24 - With God Daily https://withgoddaily.com/ Interview with Richard Mouw "How to Be a Patriotic Christian: Love of Country as Love of Neighbor" - https://amzn.to/3QdVR9E 55:48 - Interview intro 57:10 - Talking with evangelicals about patriotism 59:27 - Defining Christian nationalism 01:01:07 - Healthy patriotism and familial language 1:04:26 - Romans 13 and governmental authority 1:17:49 - Patriotic symbols in worship services 1:30:59 - Credits Other articles/resources mentioned:"How the American Right Fell in Love with Hungary" (The NYT Magazine)-https://www.nytimes.com/2021/10/19/magazine/viktor-orban-rod-dreher.html" The Secret History of Family Separation" (The Atlantic) - https://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2022/09/trump-administration-family-separation-policy-immigration/670604/ Holy Post website: https://www.holypost.com/ Holy Post Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/holypost The Holy Post is supported by our listeners. We may earn affiliate commissions through links listed here. As an Amazon Associate, we earn from qualifying purchases.

Pod Save the World
The FBI raids Mar-a-Lago

Pod Save the World

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 82:22 Very Popular


Tommy and Ben cover the national security implications of the FBI raid on Mar-a-Lago, Israel bombs targets in Gaza, good news about the Iran deal and climate change, a historic first for the Marine Corps, Trump and his generals, Viktor Orban attends fascist CPAC Coachella, and a verdict for Brittney Griner. Then Tommy talks with podcaster Emily Y. Wu about Speaker Pelosi's visit to Taiwan and the Chinese response.

The MeidasTouch Podcast
Trump FLUSHES the GOP down the toilet as Pro-Democracy RISES

The MeidasTouch Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 55:48 Very Popular


On today's MeidasTouch Podcast, Ben and Brett are in Washington, D.C. to bring you the latest breaking updates! After a recap of Jordy's wedding, Ben and Brett discuss the historic passage of the Inflation Reduction Act passed by the Democrats, and the Republicans' sticking it one more time to diabetics by voting down a provision to cap insulin costs at $35. The brothers discuss the GOP's descent into full-blown authoritarianism, as the party welcomes Hungarian dictator Viktor Orban to their most recent CPAC event (are these like, every week now?). But having a dictator as the keynote speaker was only the beginning. CPAC featured a variety of other bizarre and fascist exhibits and speakers with the intent of destroying the rule of law and ending liberal democracy as we know it. The brothers also discuss the latest New Yorker article, which profiles Donald Trump's desire to model the military after the Nazis and the newly released photos of Trump's dumps. Ben and Brett wrap by covering the horrific abortion ban in Indiana and its implications. Thank you for listening and remember to subscribe to the MeidasTouch Podcast and give us a 5-star review! DEALS FROM OUR SPONSORS: Athletic Greens: https://athleticgreens.com/meidas Better Help: https://betterhelp.com/meidas GET MEIDAS MERCH: https://store.meidastouch.com Remember to subscribe to ALL the Meidas Media Podcasts: MeidasTouch: https://pod.link/1510240831 Legal AF: https://pod.link/1580828595 The PoliticsGirl Podcast: https://pod.link/1595408601 The Influence Continuum: https://pod.link/1603773245 Kremlin File: https://pod.link/1575837599 Mea Culpa with Michael Cohen: https://pod.link/1530639447 The Weekend Show: https://pod.link/1612691018 The Tony Michaels Podcast: https://pod.link/1561049560 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Pod Save America
"Everything's Coming Up Brandon."

Pod Save America

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 77:16 Very Popular


The Senate passes the biggest climate change legislation in history to cap off the best week of Joe Biden's presidency, Donald Trump wins the CPAC straw poll after sharing the stage with fellow autocrat Viktor Orban, and later, Lieutenant Governor Mandela Barnes joins to talk about his campaign to replace Wisconsin Senator Ron Johnson this November.

All In with Chris Hayes
Mehdi Hasan has another name for CPAC: ‘Fascism'

All In with Chris Hayes

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 41:10 Very Popular


“Today, in 2022, I'm sorry to say: The Republican playbook is the Viktor Orban playbook. And you can call that what you want – but I am going to continue to call it fascism,” says Mehdi Hasan.

The Majority Report with Sam Seder
2897 - Sinema Decides To Play Ball, And "Dark Brandon" Emerges In The White House w/ Ryan Cooper

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 60:56


It's Casual Friday! Emma hosts Ryan Cooper, managing editor at The American Prospect, to round up the week in news. Emma first discusses Sinema's role at the front and center of Biden's agenda, finally agreeing to the Manchin-Schumer “Inflation Reduction Act” provided they eliminate their carried interest tweaks, before also covering the booming employment rate, charges being brought against the officers involved in the coverup of Breonna Taylor's murder, and China's initiation of sanctions against Pelosi. Then, Ryan Cooper joins as he and Emma dive deep into an extended conversation on Sinema's role in the IRA-2022, covering the beautiful bate and switch by Chuck Schumer (almost like he's been a senator as long as I've been alive!) and Joe Manchin, getting the CHIPS act passed along the way, and forcing the GOP into digging their own grave by trying to put a stop to veteran victims of burn pits getting healthcare. Expanding on this, Cooper explores McConnell's behind-the-scenes freak-out regarding the legislative rug that was once under his feet but is no longer, before turning to the role of figures like John Stewart in putting the burn pit story front and center, and getting even organizations like Newsmax to put the GOP on the spot, particularly as the fight for abortion already had their feet held up to the fire. This brings them to the topic of the midterms, as they cover the importance of candidates like Fetterman especially as the GOP, even in the most purple of states, continues to advance their fascistic agenda of minoritarian and theocratic rule, before they wrap up the interview by tackling the tensions behind Pelosi's visit to China, and the future of American liberals' imperialist war hawkery. And in the Fun Half: Emma and the crew cover Crowder's coping with conservative cognitive dissonance (the only solution being, of course, to retreat to your prior convictions), Tucker's embarrassing attempt at taking on Jon Stewart, and Stewart's lovely response that reflects the intimacy of their relationship. They also discuss Dick Cheney passing the baton of “greatest threat to the American republic” to Donald Trump, Fox's continued infatuation with AOC, and Victor Orbán, notorious covid authoritarian, appears at CPAC to call for fewer drag queens and more Chuck Norrises. Check out Ryan's work here: https://prospect.org/topics/ryan-cooper/ Become a member at JoinTheMajorityReport.com: https://fans.fm/majority/join Subscribe to the AMQuickie newsletter here: https://am-quickie.ghost.io/ Join the Majority Report Discord! http://majoritydiscord.com/ Get all your MR merch at our store: https://shop.majorityreportradio.com/ Get the free Majority Report App!: http://majority.fm/app Check out today's sponsors: Sunset Lake CBD: sunsetlakecbd is a majority employee owned farm in Vermont, producing 100% pesticide free CBD products. Great company, great product and fans of the show! Use code Leftisbest and get 20% off at http://www.sunsetlakecbd.com. Shopify: Scaling your business is a journey of endless possibility. Shopify is here to help, with tools and resources that make it easy for any business to succeed from down the street to around the globe. Shopify powers over 1.7 million businesses - from first-sale to full-scale. Shopify gives entrepreneurs the resources once reserved for big business - so upstarts, start-ups, and established businesses alike can sell everywhere, synchronize online and in-person sales, and effortlessly stay informed. Go to https://shopify.com/majority for a FREE fourteen-day trial and get full access to Shopify's entire suite of features! Follow the Majority Report crew on Twitter: @SamSeder @EmmaVigeland @MattBinder @MattLech @BF1nn @BradKAlsop Check out Matt's show, Left Reckoning, on Youtube, and subscribe on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/leftreckoning Subscribe to Discourse Blog, a newsletter and website for progressive essays and related fun partly run by AM Quickie writer Jack Crosbie. https://discourseblog.com/ The Majority Report with Sam Seder - https://majorityreportradio.com/

The Glenn Beck Program
Why Does the Media Hate Viktor Orbán? His Right-Hand Man Takes On Smears | Guests: Balázs Orbán & Rep. Lauren Boebert | 8/4/22

The Glenn Beck Program

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 127:19 Very Popular


The American corporate media have nothing but negative things to say regarding Hungary's Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, but are the smears justified? Political Director to the Prime Minister Balázs Orbán joins to set the record straight on the media's disdain for the Hungarian politician and also share the prime minister's stance on some of the world's most pressing issues. New York and D.C. leaders are crying out over an influx of migrants into their cities, but is it comparable to what border cities are dealing with daily? Glenn compares D.C.'s budget to the border town Del Rio's budget, which proves that the actual border crisis exists in our border cities. Rep. Lauren Boebert joins to discuss the Democrats' relentless attempt to unseat her, the desperation in the lies they create, and how her political career came about. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Up First
Thursday, August 4, 2022

Up First

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 12:59 Very Popular


China held large scale live-fire military drills in six zones around Taiwan, while the US Secretary of State met with the ASEAN ministers in Cambodia. Hungary's far-right leader Viktor Orbán is scheduled to speak at a conservative conference in Texas. The Reduce Inflation Act making its way through congress could help lower prescription drug prices.

The Glenn Beck Program
Best of the Program | Guests: Balázs Orbán & Rep. Lauren Boebert | 8/4/22

The Glenn Beck Program

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 45:35 Very Popular


The American corporate media have nothing but negative things to say regarding Hungary's Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, but are the smears justified? Political Director to the Prime Minister Balázs Orbán joins to set the record straight on the media's disdain for the Hungarian politician and also share the prime minister's stance on some of the world's most pressing issues. Rep. Lauren Boebert joins to discuss the Democrats' relentless attempt to unseat her, the desperation in the lies they create, and how her political career came about. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Pod Save the World
China picks a fight with Pelosi

Pod Save the World

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 90:14 Very Popular


This week, Ben and Tommy explain why the Chinese government is freaking out about Speaker Pelosi visiting Taiwan, the latest news from Ukraine, the climate change bomb that might go off in Congo, Viktor Orban's latest racist rant, Pope Francis's trip to Canada, and why 9/11 families are doubling down on their criticism of Trump while the Saudi government plans a monument to stupidity in the desert, and much more. Then Ben talks with Zhanna Nemtsova about their new podcast Another Russia, which explores the murder of Zhanna's father and what it tells us about Russia today. Listen to Another Russia here or wherever you get your podcasts.