The incident happened in Budapest on July 13 at 11 am. The three men, unknown to those residing in the flat, banged and hit the door. Seeing that they cannot break the door, they tried to pick the lock and get inside.
According to telex.hu, that was the point when the police arrived, and the perpetrators fled in a van. Based on a Facebook post reporting about the events, the three men left anti-LGBTQ fliers at the door and in the staircase.
Police said that after they received the first call from those inside the rented flat (two flatmates, the girlfriend of one of them, and her 2-year-old son), they
arrived in just four minutes.
After talking with those inside, they initiated a legal procedure against unknown perpetrators because of the altercation. Currently, they are trying to find the plate number of the van the perpetrators left in, hvg.hu reported.
According to Tamás, one of the victims, who wrote the story in a Facebook post, the police officers were very professional and nice.
they advised the residents to take their rainbow flag inside from the balcony for their safety.
Based on their Facebook post, they are very thankful to the police but disappointed at the same time because they are the ones who have to flinch and take the flag inside.
As we reported before, in June, PM Viktor Orbán said that non-liberal democrats [like him], see the sexual education of children as the right of the parent, and “without their consent, neither the state, nor political parties, NGOs, or
rainbow activists can play a role,”
the prime minister said. Orbán said that today, “rainbow countries have the right to move beyond the binary social arrangement based on man-woman and mother-father relations”. “They used to be like that, but deliberately and by elevating their intentions to the level of state policy, they have moved to another dimension,” he said. “Whether it is better to live in a binary or a rainbow world and why is a question on which both sides argue their own opinion. Everyone has one’s own truth,” Orbán said.
Orbán accused Brussels of abusing its power and “forcing on us what we don’t want”. “Our children and their upbringing is all about their freedom,” he said. He called the European Commission’s standpoint on the matter “shameful” and he accused it of “legal hooliganism”.
Source: telex.hu, hvg.hu