Hungarian extremist expelled from Serbia

Gyorgy Gyula Zagyva, the head of a Hungarian extremist group calling itself Youth Movement 64 Counties, has been prohibited entry into Serbia for two years.

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  1. Does anyone notice how the racism seems to make comebacks whenever the economy is in the toilet? Some ignorant, or just plain mean,people need someone else to blame for their problems andthey pick on people who they perceive to be weaker then they.

    Its a shame that these people don't realize that they have more in common with other vulnerable people.
    (marKo, 27 March 2009 19:40)
  2. Now they can protest all they like on their side of the border.
    (Canadian, 27 March 2009 16:15)

    See, that's precisely what I don't want. I want to see them receiving free food and lodging for a while, no mercy. We, who supposed to enjoy the freedom and democracy on either side of the border are in trouble, they can loot the city and burn the cars at will - and no real consequence.

    Besides a "ban" from Serbia cannot be enforced on the practice.
    (Ataman, 27 March 2009 17:48)
  3. Sad news. Like in Hungary, in Serbia, too - their own or "imported" nazi pigs can get away with basically nothing. One will receive bigger problem with the judge for parking/traffic violation in the downtown of Budapest than for burning and looting the downtown of Budapest.

    "64 Counties" has a lot of experience on that area.

    Anyway, to MUP: thanks, but no thanks. Next time please don't send him back. If you know a place where he can have free food and lodging for few years - put him there and let him enjoy. And don't forget his colleague Toroczkai either...
    (Ataman, 27 March 2009 17:43)
  4. Good riddance to bad elements.
    Now they can protest all they like on their side of the border.
    (Canadian, 27 March 2009 16:15)

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