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Even a video was posted on the Internet about the hardcore porn shown on the information screens of the House of Terror Museum, Budapest. It seems that the information system of the institution was hacked.

According to Blikk, the person who made the video realised last summer that strange sounds were coming from the screens placed in front of the museum’s entrance. He was walking home with his friends, but he stopped immediately and captured the events with his phone. Of course, he did not know whether somebody intentionally put the erotic content on the screens or if it was just an accident. Workers of the House of Terror Museum did not know either whether their system was hacked or not, Blikk reported.

In 2017, somebody threw paint on the Wall of Heroes placed along the museum’s facade commemorating the people who sacrificed their lives for the freedom of Hungary.

“Smearing the images of the victims is an unacceptable and disgusting act.

Nothing can justify the desecration of the memory of our heroes,” ruling Fidesz party then said. Reacting to Fidesz’s statement, the Socialist Party condemned the “Fidesz-state’s dictatorial ways and ideas,” saying that the youths who threw paint on a building that symbolises repressive power were expressing their opinions in the spirit of freedom of speech.

The incident was similar to Fidesz politicians’ actions ten years ago to dismantle a fence surrounding the parliament. At the time, the people involved were not punished because their action took place within the bounds of a rule-governed state, the Socialists said in a statement. “Fidesz’s dismantling of the rule of law and besmirching of public offices and institutions in their [Fidesz-colour] orange ideology is unacceptable and repellent,” the statement said.

According to terrorhaza.hu, the museum – the only one of its kind – is a monument to the memory of those held captive, tortured, and killed in the building. The Museum, while presenting the horrors in a tangible way, also intends to make people understand that the sacrifice for freedom was not in vain. Ultimately, the fight against the two cruellest systems of the 20th century ended with the victory of the forces of freedom and independence.

Source: blikk.hu

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  1. That lousy ( very rude staff, poor presentation, illogical displays ) machine of Fidesz propaganda, founded and run by a Fidesz professional History-manipulator, is by far the most overrated “museum” in Budapest.

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