“[…] if we look at what remains if you strip away these hated delineations that we have listed: non-Hungarians, others, migrants, Roma, I don’t know what, then there is this frightening formation left in the middle: white, Christian, heterosexual men – and there are of course (some) women among them. That’s the family concept. And this is terrible, because if we look at what comprises so-called white nationalists all over the world, well, that's it. And I tell you this quietly.”
Unfortunately, such declarations have become par for the course in most of the West. They are such a common and ubiquitous part of what constitutes 'discourse' in Western countries that they barely raise any eyebrows at all. The few eyebrows these sorts of statements do manage to raise in the West are swiftly attacked with the usual accusations of racism, right-wingery, white supremacism, and so forth. More often than not, the raised eyebrows submit to the accusations by meekly settling back onto their respective superciliary arches.
Contrary to the West, Niedermüller's statement raised a lot of eyebrows here in Hungary. Surprisingly, these raised eyebrows have essentially ostracized Niedermüller and have decided to organize an official protest against him. Many others have begun demanding his resignation.
If this little episode illustrates anything superficially, it is this - Hungary, and several other Central and Eastern European nations are not as far gone as the West - at least not yet.
But what struck me most about Niedermüller's remark was the utter clarity of the message it contained. This seemingly flippant, offhand little statement contains everything you need to know about the true nature of the conflict being waged in the West. Niedermüller's utterance is, in essence, what it all boils down to in the end.
And what it all boils down to is spirit and souls.
I imagine some will be unable to discern any spiritual implications from Niedermüller's words, but those grounded in Reality will certainly recognize the invisible demonic fingerprints marking each expressed thought.