The case of Fidesz MEP József Szájer, which ended on a gutter, was also a topic in the pro-government Hír TV’s Thursday evening Háttérkép (Wallpaper), where Zsolt Bayer’s guests were economist László Bogár and Imre Boros.
József Szájer was caught when he tried to escape from a sex party in Brussels. PM Viktor Orbán said that Szájer’s actions are incompatible with Fidesz values. The case also came to the attention of the international press.
According to hvg, Bayer started the show by saying “swallow the big hairy toad” with which he did not target Joseph Szájer but his case, that is, a homosexual orgy in Brussels, at the end of which he tried to escape from the police with ecstasy pills in his bag, unsuccessfully.
“Our smartest, most intellectual man can not be that stupid”, said Bayer. According to him, now that “we are fighting a life-and-death battle with the entire Soros network and all EU member states over the veto,” it is incomprehensible how Szájer could have been so irresponsible.
László Bognár began to explain the disintegration of our world, where there is no longer any logic and causal connection, and the veil falls. We go towards an apocalypse; every person is a timed hydrogen bomb.
Imre Boros approached it more practically, bringing up Margaret Thatcher, who “slashed her possible offspring”, as did Angela Merkel, whom he called a quality politician this time. “Jóska made this mistake,” he said, although József Szájer did not make the headlines in the world because he would have ruined his successor. Boros added that Szájer, on the other hand, took his hat and left, while on the other hand, by the anti-government party, Lajos Korózs did not give up after it turned out that he had made a video with a fake lifeguard. In the opposition, they tend to forget the past, added the former Communist secret servant. Zsolt Bayer said that:
“any form of degeneration is a downward spiral.”
He then spoke of an unnamed former friend (Bayer later stressed in his blog that this person is not a Fidesz politician) who confessed to him on a highway that he was gay, and two years later, he boasted that little boys were available in Thailand for him. József Szájer, on the other hand, is “a moral human being”. It hurts the publicist to try to challenge the whole ethos of Fidesz through it, although what matters is not what one does, but whether he preaches the good.
“Józsi struggled with the terrible demon, but he appreciated and represented the good, he just could not avoid the downward spiral,” said Bayer.
Bogár suggested that all leading politicians should undergo an aptitude test, meaning that Szájer should have been filtered out in advance for being gay. According to Bogár, it is a political risk for some “badly structured people” to take the lead. It was later discussed that the drug found in his bag must have been put in his bag by someone else.
Since the Bayer show, several opposition parties have sued Bayer’s “paedophile” friend, writes 24. Together with Jobbik and Szél Bernadett, Momentum will also turn to the authorities for the words of Zsolt Bayer on Thursday evening. Bayer identified him on his Facebook post as the current journalist of Pesti Srácok and Magyar Hang, and a former journalist of Magyar Nemzet. Jobbik writes in their statement that they no longer tolerate the tricks and support for sin by Fidesz pseudo-Christians. The Democratic Coalition expects immediate responses from the government: “how many drug addicts, paedophiles, and similar dubious figures are still lurking in their party?”
Source: hvg.hu 24.hu