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Video and interview from Legio Hungaria visit


INTERNATIONAL COMRADES. A video and interview from the Nordic Resistance Movement’s visit to Legio Hungaria in Budapest.

We have spoken to Daniel from Sweden’s Nest 2, who was part of the delegation from the Nordic Resistance Movement to Legio Hungaria’s five-year anniversary celebrations.

You were just down in Hungary, meeting our comrades in Legio Hungaria. What were your initial reactions about Hungary in general and Legio Hungaria in particular?

Above all, what an underrated travel destination Hungary is, especially Budapest, both for young people and families. This is my third visit to the city and I can highly recommend it. The city is very clean by European standards and has a long, rich history. You also get a lot for your money, and it has not been affected by the migrant waves at all, as we have in the Nordics and northern Europe.

What struck me most about Legio Hungaria was not how much larger their organisation has become, but rather how positively it has developed.

A stop en route to the celebration

What differences and similarities are there between the Resistance Movement and Legio Hungaria?

The main difference is that they do not have a parliamentary branch but instead focus more on activism and communal training.

What we have in common are large activities, such as protest marches and demonstrations; however, theirs are more focused on the BLM movement and the paedo lobby, while ours are more focused on stopping the replacement of our people. They probably do not see the population replacement as a problem in Hungary yet, as their demographics have not changed like ours have.

The ceremonial exchange of flags

You also gave a speech. Can you briefly tell us what it was about?

It was about Legio Hungaria and the accomplishments they have made during their first five years.

Do you have any closing words?

It’s very interesting to meet likeminded people abroad, especially when you’re invited by another organisation, and to see the similarities and differences we have. You see that those differences are mostly manifested in another language and another culture; whereas the eternal values in life – such as the struggle against Marxism and globalism, and securing the existence of our people and a future for White children – are still ever-present in the marrow of European nationalists.

We thank Daniel for the interview and hope to see him at the speaker’s podium again soon!