MTVA whistleblowers describe ready-made articles coming down the line, dictatorial editors and the complete lack of editorial independence.
The party would have the same requirements placed on the “Russian propaganda” channel as the Hungarian government has put on foreign-funded NGOs.
U.S. Department of State is about to give away USD 700,000 to increase citizens’ access to objective information in Hungary’s countryside.
To the best of our knowledge, Jobbik is the first opposition party to try this tactic.
According to a recent survey by pollster Medián, the government’s propaganda has been effective in convincing citizens to fear Soros and immigrants.
Residents of Őcsény resorted to violence against a guesthouse owner who sought to provide accommodation to refugee women and children.