We discussed the future chances of conservatism, the possible political role of Christianity, and how the ‘rainbow culture’ in Germany uses Hungary as an antipole, a perceived enemy, to forge an identity for itself.
With the decline of football hooliganism, UEFA has set the elimination of discrimination on its flag, both on the football field and in the stands but the system they have developed does not seem to be working consistently.
If the Basic Law is considered illegitimate, then the law which determines the electoral order on the basis of this Basic Law is also illegitimate. The conclusion that can be drawn is simple: the participation in parliament of political forces with a simple a majority is also illegitimate.
If leftist media platforms are so progressive, and lament the small proportion of females in the Hungarian parliament and the alleged sad state of women’s equity in Hungary, how come they treat female politicians the way they do and why do they have so few female journalists?
The rainbow-coloured stadium row in Germany is as if the entire country have decided in unison to condemn Hungary for its new law and are trying to shove their opinions down the throat of the whole world.
The Hungarian government does not link pedophilia to issues of sexuality and gender because it wants to criminalize LGBT people in the eyes of the public, but rather because protecting children does not end with stopping sex offenders.
Despite the ambivalent fate of the Jewry of Europe—to put it mildly—from pogroms and blood libels to cooperation and integration from moral and cultural aspects Judaism cannot be separated from Christianity in shaping Europe’s identity.
The problem for conservatives with books like Wonderland Belongs to Everyone is that they retroactively try to change the essential meaning, moral lessons and model-creating qualities of classical children’s tales.
According to an article published by the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association in 2012, ‘the Internet, cellphones, social media, clothing style shifts, music videos and tween/teen movies have impacted the hypersexualization of our children today.’