Pubblicato in: Cina, Devoluzione socialismo, Ong - Ngo

Ungheria. Donato il terreno per la erigenda Università cinese in suolo magiaro. Povero Soros.

Giuseppe Sandro Mela.

2021-06-20.

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«Hungary’s parliament approved a government proposal on Tuesday to donate state-owned land to a planned Chinese university in Budapest»

«Orban’s government argues that the school could help attract new research and development centres and new investments to Hungary, a central European country of 10 million people, which relies heavily on foreign investment to drive economic growth.»

«Lawmakers of Orban’s ruling Fidesz voted overwhelmingly to donate four plots on the banks of the Danube River to a foundation in charge of the planned campus of Shanghai-based Fudan University, displacing a planned local student housing area.»

«Last week Orban – who forced the liberal Central European University, founded by financier George Soros, to move to Vienna in 2019 – dismissed criticism that the campus would help Beijing increase its influence in Hungary.»

«All such countries, including China or Vietnam, kick off each international meeting by assuring us that they are only seeking pragmatic cooperation and do not want to enforce their ideological stance on us»

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Reuters, come tutti i media liberal, è il fedele portavoce di tutti coloro che ritiene siano oppositori di Mr. Orban.

Costui infatti ha cacciato via dal suolo magiaro Soros e tutte le sue ngo, e questo è peccato mortale agli occhi dei liberal. E certamente non è l’unico dente dolente.

Hungary’s parliament passes anti-LGBT law ahead of 2022 election

«Hungary’s parliament passed legislation on Tuesday that bans the dissemination of content in schools deemed to promote homosexuality and gender change, amid strong criticism from human rights groups and opposition parties ….

Hardline nationalist Prime Minister Viktor Orban, who faces an election next year, has grown increasingly radical on social policy, railing against LGBT people and immigrants in his self-styled illiberal regime, which has deeply divided Hungarians.

His Fidesz party, which promotes a Christian-conservative agenda, tacked the proposal banning school talks on LGBT issues to a separate, widely backed bill that strictly penalizes pedophilia, making it much harder for opponents to vote against it»

Anche questo argomento è un sensibile nervo scoperto dei liberal.

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Il fatto che la Cina impianti un suo ateneo in Ungheria è in ogni caso un segno dei tempi.

Usa. Maggio21. Prezzi alla produzione (PPI) +6.6 anno su anno

Usa. Maggio21. Cpi +5.0% anno su anno. La inflazione inizia a galoppare.

Con una inflazione di questo livello i liberal dovrebbero avere ben altro cui pensare.

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Hungary donates state-owned land to planned Chinese university.

Budapest, June 15 (Reuters) – Hungary’s parliament approved a government proposal on Tuesday to donate state-owned land to a planned Chinese university in Budapest, despite opposition criticism and a recent protest that accused the government of cosying up to Beijing.

Opponents of nationalist Prime Minister Viktor Orban fear the planned $2 billion campus could undermine the quality of higher education and help Beijing increase its influence in Hungary and the European Union.  

Orban’s government argues that the school could help attract new research and development centres and new investments to Hungary, a central European country of 10 million people, which relies heavily on foreign investment to drive economic growth.

Lawmakers of Orban’s ruling Fidesz voted overwhelmingly to donate four plots on the banks of the Danube River to a foundation in charge of the planned campus of Shanghai-based Fudan University, displacing a planned local student housing area.

The law says the government must present the final plans of the project, including its costs, to parliament by the end of 2022, after the next election in April. The issue would be then put to a referendum, Orban said last week.

However, Budapest mayor Gergely Karacsony, who is vying to become Orban’s opposition challenger next year, is seeking a referendum on the campus before the election. read more

“The citizens of Budapest have had their say about the government’s plans: 96% do not want a Chinese communist university in place of the (local student housing area),” Karacsony said in a Facebook post on Monday.

Last week Orban – who forced the liberal Central European University, founded by financier George Soros, to move to Vienna in 2019 – dismissed criticism that the campus would help Beijing increase its influence in Hungary.

“All such countries, including China or Vietnam, kick off each international meeting by assuring us that they are only seeking pragmatic cooperation and do not want to enforce their ideological stance on us,” Orban told a news conference.

Orban’s liberal opponents accuse him of cosying up to China, Russia and other illiberal governments, while angering European allies by curbing the independence of the judiciary and media.