Toxic masculinity is not the problem that’s plaguing the West—it is the lack of masculinity. Having recognised this crisis, a Hungarian movement is dedicated to restoring the dignity and purpose of men, in service to families and the nation. The first part of an interview with the founder of Men’s Club about patriarchy, timeless values and the unquestionable superiority of conservative culture.
A large Prague demonstration this past Saturday sent a clear message to policymakers that the Czech people are fed up with the mistaken Russian sanctions and their devastating impact on the cost of living. Research indicates that citizens in other capitals across Europe might follow suit soon.
As the current financial, energy and food crises are destabilizing governments around the Middle East, will terrorist organizations grow bolder and more ‘apocalyptic’ in their approach, posing new terror threats to Europe?
As the UK’s largest gender clinic is being forced to shut down while it faces a giant class-action lawsuit on behalf of angry parents, the very future of medically assisted gender transition is being questioned. Douglas Murray called it three years ago.
The most recent OECD report paints a grim picture of the European economies’ imminent prospects, but thanks to the government’s strategic crisis management, Hungary is set to outperform all of its regional counterparts.
The EU Commission is considering sanctioning Turkey over its unwillingness to cut economic and political ties with Russia. But Ankara has one card up its sleeve that Brussels either forgets or simply ignores: the ability to open the migration floodgates to Europe.
The Hungarian Minister of Agriculture has recently travelled to Ukraine to help negotiate a solution for what is perhaps the greatest humanitarian crisis of our century.
Diplomatic disputes over the OECD’s global minimum tax have flared up recently after Hungary vetoed its implementation at the EU level. To be clear, Hungary is also in favour of equal burden-sharing by multinational companies, but it has serious concerns with the timing and the details of the proposed regulation.
A recent poll published by Nézőpont Institute revealed glaring differences between Central Europeans’ satisfaction with their governments. Disproving overwhelmingly negative Western press reports, Hungarians are the happiest with their government in the region.
A recent poll conducted by MCC has finally shattered Western media portrayal of Hungarians as narrow-minded, prejudiced xenophobes.
As gunfights between the human smugglers camping near Hungary’s border have become a daily occurrence, PM Orbán announced the creation of a new border patrol force ready to meet the challenge.
It seems that the louder the international left fights for Hungarian ‘democracy’, the stronger the Fidesz governments the democracy in question elects.
Ryanair’s notoriously outspoken CEO has been hurling insults at top government officials over the excess profits tax, even though Budapest had every right (and reason) to introduce it.
Matt Walsh’s new documentary called “What is a Woman?” sheds light on the contradictory nature of the transgender movement and some of the most uncomfortable truths as well as the hurtful lies around the twisted social norms of our age. A must-see.
As soon as LGBT month (formally known as June) arrived, large companies turned rainbow-coloured once again – officially to proclaim their allyship with a ‘disenfranchised’ community, but in reality only to maximize their profits with yet another marketing ploy.
Many on the left like to blame the political rights of the Hungarian diaspora for the enormous successes of Fidesz in the past elections. However, cross-border votes deciding the elections was never the case. Let us settle this debate at last, with the anniversary of the Treaty of Trianon just behind us.
‘Tradition is a set of solutions for which we have forgotten the problems,’, said Ernst Roets, in his speech at CPAC Hungary. An interview about legacy, responsibility, and the survival of the white South African community.
Henry Kissinger said Ukraine should seek peace negotiations with Russia, even if that means conceding territories. After months of Western powers pursuing the policy of shattering not only Putin’s war prospects but his whole regime, the former top official’s advice comes as a surprise. But what is the underlying logic?
While the initial European position on the Russian energy threats seemed like a unanimous ‘No’, now – without no apparent short-term alternatives – more and more countries prepare to pay in roubles which will likely create tensions with those who still refuse.
When multi-billion-dollar companies decide to play moral judges in American politics, they rarely expect lawmakers to take a real stand against it. But Florida is different – with a governor who is clearly getting ready for 2024.
Despite our every effort, classical liberalism turned out to be a dead end – at least according to several of the greatest political thinkers of our time. Are there alternatives to it, who are the people leading the change and what can be done to counter the woke’s growing influence in the West?
Despite all odds and the largest-ever effort to overturn Prime Minister Orbán, the governing Fidesz party retained its super-majority in a landslide victory, securing its fourth consecutive term as voters chose stability over uncertainty.