Sorry about the delay in getting back to you. As I mentioned in my previous email, things are a bit hectic for me at the moment. My parents are here visiting from Canada, and I am in the middle of building an eight-meter fence wall out of concrete blocks.
Concerning Canada, I left the country when I was thirty, and with the exception of the two years I spent there around the time my son was born, I haven't lived in the "northern gulag", as you call it, for about twenty years. Still, I'm pretty up-to-date about the degeneration and decline of the nation as I speak to my father via Skype every week. All I can say is I sort of saw the writing on the wall just before I left for good. Still, I couldn't have predicted the extent of the terrible things that have transpired since.
Things in Hungary are a bit better I suppose, but Hungary is a part of the European Union and the West. This means it is embroiled in the "globohomo" agenda, however reluctantly.
I don't hold out much hope for Orbán. He and his government showed their true colors when they stomped on us quite hard over here during the birdemic. The propaganda and restrictions were as relentless and intense as they were anywhere else. I lost a well-paying job in Austria for refusing the peck and nearly lost my job in Hungary for the same reason. Now, the birdemic has been conveniently forgotten by most people. As if it never happened.
I don't know what to tell you beyond that I see this time as a period of "things coming to a point." The evil and corruption that permeates all institutions, organizations, and, sadly, most individuals in the West has become clearer and sharper, to the point of being undeniable. In many ways, everything has become black and white. There are no grey areas left, which entails that choices need to be made regarding which side people want to be on.
I am extremely pessimistic when it comes to anything involving governments, institutions, companies, organizations, etc. Though I respect your motivation to protest, I don't believe such protests will have much of an effect.
The sad truth is that most people appear to welcome being enslaved by the totalitarians, and until that changes I don't hold out much hope.
The only slim hope I do have is that the powers-that-should-not-be are not nearly as intelligent or competent as they make themselves out to be. With any luck, they'll mess up their totalitarianism in grand style and collapse their system into nothingness.
Of course, such an outcome would likely also mean the deaths of hundreds of millions, perhaps even billions.
I have found reprieve and positive motivation in the spiritual -- not in organized religion -- but within a solitary form of Christianity. I mention this because I have come to the conclusion that all of what we are experiencing now ultimately stems from negative spiritual aims emanating from the highest of places -- or lowest, depending on your perspective.