According to hvg.hu, the poster, which has been on public display in the Austrian capital, has been presented on the Facebook site of the Hungarian Two-Tailed Dog Party (a joke party). In a free translation, it means: “Thank you Austria for not to closed your border in 1956!”

As hvg.hu reported, the English-language poster on Madach ter, Budapest became a tourist attraction.

The portal Vastagbor and the Hungarian Two-Tailed Dog Party launched a community-funded counter-poster campaign after the anti-immigrant, so-called “national consultation” posters of the Government were released with messages like: “If you come to Hungary, you can’t took the Hungarians’ job”.

based on the article of hvg.hu
translated by BA

Source: http://hvg.hu

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