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Counter-Currents Radio Podcast No. 185
Interview with Ferenc Almássy

231 words / 67:35

Michael Polignano, John Morgan, Ferenc Almássy

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For the fourth installment of Counter-Currents Radio Weekly, John Morgan and Michael Polignano decided to interview independent journalist Ferenc Almássy, a Hungarian citizen of primarily French and Hungarian descent who is the founder and editor of the conservative news analysis website, The Visegrad Post.

Topics include:

  • Introductions: 0:00
  • Ferenc explains the purpose and mission of The Visegrad Post: 0:22
  • A brief background of the V4: 2:30
  • The V4, the EU, and the migrant crisis: 4:38
  • Orbán’s Transylvania speech of July 22, 2017: 8:12
  • Homo sovieticus, Homo economicus, and the gap between the two Europes: 10:58
  • The strengthening of the V4 over the past 12 months: 14:33
  • Orbán’s rise to power: 15:12
  • Hungary’s economic situation: 19:03
  • The wage gap between Hungary and Germany: 24:52
  • “The red line” Hungary and other V4 countries cannot cross: 26:10
  • Fidesz, Jobbik, and Hungarian party politics: 30:33
  • Orbán’s speech and Donald Trump: 37:36
  • “Obama made it in Cairo, but Trump made it in Warsaw”: 43:10
  • Ferenc’s trip to Bosnia: 45:58
  • Unhealed wounds from the Yugoslav war: 49:20
  • How Arabs and other non-European Muslims gained a foothold in Bosnia: 51:37
  • Salafist colonies in Bosnia and their impact: 54:02
  • Ferenc’s visit to a Salafist colony in Bosnia: 57:08
  • Ferenc’s own ethnic background and his reasons for leaving his birthplace of France: 63:00



  1. Ted
    Posted July 31, 2017 at 3:40 am | Permalink

    Interesting podcast. Of particular interest is the continued story of Orban’s farstreaming and the success of more and more overt ethnic politics in Hungary (and Central/Eastern Europe as a whole).

  2. Patak
    Posted July 31, 2017 at 7:34 am | Permalink

    Good to hear someone who actually has some understanding of Bosnia. Too many people just talk nonsense while pretending to be experts on the subject.

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