Russia Today interviewed András Bencsik, the editor-in-chief of Magyar Demokrata (Hungarian Democrat, a government-close weekly), about the ongoing war in Ukraine. Mr Bencsik called the Ukrainians “real fascists”.
According to 444.hu, the editor-in-chief of the government-close Demokrata slammed Ukraine in a 26-minute-long report of Russia Today (RT). The movie aims to criticise the anti-Russia sanctions and slam the EU’s foreign policies, but it does not mention that Russia attacked Ukraine. Since the Kremlin uses Russia Today for direct Russian propaganda, the EU limited access to the Russian news outlet, but 444.hu could watch the film.
RT sent a team to Hungary to ask “public opinion” about the EU sanctions. A businessman with Russian origins said that the sanctions harm the EU and Hungary. As a reply, the RT report summed up that the steps of the Hungarian government could be regarded as pro-Russia. But, in reality, they are only rational.
András Bencsik: Ukrainians are fascists
Former Hungarian ambassador to Moscow, Árpád Székely, praised the Paks nuclear power plant extension project done by Rosatom. András Bencsik, one of the most well-known public figures of the government-close media, talked in Russian and said Ukrainians are real fascists because unlawfulness rules the country. He added that neither the government nor the state is functioning. Before, Mr Bencsik openly said he supported the Russians in the war.
András Bencsik talks about the peace treaties of the 20th century resulting in losing millions of Hungarians and almost 230,000 square kilometres of territory. RT’s film mentions that several Hungarians believe Hungary should take back the lands they once lost to the neighbouring countries. RT did not mention, but we wrote HERE about former Russian president Dmitry Medvedev’s July message. The deputy head of the Russian Security Council said then that, provided Russia won, Hungary could claim back Transcarpathia, the Western Ukrainian region that once belonged to the Kingdom of Hungary.
Bencsik should emigrate to Russia where he can idolize Putin every day of the week along with others like Steven Seagal. In every country you can find a disgusting person like him that the fascist Russian mafia regime can utilize for propaganda purposes.