October 23 – Mi Hazank leader: Global opening against globalisation needed
Communism, he said, was shape-shifting and “stronger than ever”. Internationalism, all about “destroying nations and enslaving peoples” was “even more potent”, he added.
“This, like the international financial system, a parasite on the world, must be brushed away,” he said.
Toroczkai said the world was fast-changing and this entailed the “shocking loss of Hungarianness and the peoples of the northern civilisation”. But historical experiences had endowed Hungarians with the greatest wisdom in a crisis, he added.
He said the unipolar world dominated by the US “seems to be ending”. “We must do everything we can to prevent this process from leading to another world war; this would bring even greater destruction than the previous two.”