Last year during a match between the English and Hungarian national teams, Hungarian football fans were accused of the System's most grievous sin -- racism. Naturally, Western media exploded into a feeding frenzy. The country was unanimously branded a hotbed of racism and general not-niceness, and UEFA punished the Hungarian team by insisting it had to play a certain number of future games behind closed doors -- that is, in stadiums devoid of fans.
This year, England visited Hungary for another match, but instead of playing to an empty stadium, UEFA decided it would allow 35,000 children aged 14 or younger into the stadium to watch the game.
Before the kickoff, Team England players demonstrated their allegiance to Team Satan by ceremoniously "taking the knee" for about ten seconds. The Hungarian children in the stands greeted the virtue signalling with booing.
'I was very surprised. I thought that's why we do it, to try to educate. I think young people can only be influenced by older people.
'The atmosphere when we arrived at the stadium, there were kids lining the streets they were really friendly, they were waving when we were walking out, there were pantomime boos when the team came out to warm up, that was different with the taking of that knee.
'That felt like inherited thinking to me. And I hear that still in our stadiums as well.
'That's why we do it, that's why we continue to take that stand and we will keep doing that. On a day like today, when we haven't won the game and haven't played well enough it's probably better for me to take criticism rather than talk about that.'
'This won't stop us from doing it in the future. It's not something that will stop us.
'We hope people understand what we're trying to do and then message we're trying to create - and that won't stop.
'The majority of people take it really well and the majority of people really back us and support us in terms of what we're trying to do, and we won't stop doing that now.'
Three thoughts. First, I hope the England boss is correct. I hope the Hungarian children's behavior at the match is inherited. Moreover, I hope that sort of discernment is inheritable, too. It may provide immunity to the sort of demonic imperialism espoused by the Team England boss, his players, and their satanic overlords.
Second, the majority of people do not take this evil really well and do not back it. The comments on the YouTube videos are a testament to that.
Third, fans in the UK have also been rejecting the kneeling before games.
Anyway, British media and Western media later entered the fray by declaring that the children's booing was indeed a political statement -- one that should not be taken lightly. I personally don't believe the kids were making any sort of political statement. I believe the kids simply expressed their discernment of obvious and gratuitous evil.
As a nation, Hungary continues to stubbornly oppose anti-racism and the sexual revolution/qwerty+/trans agenda. Unfortunately, the country's leadership and a great many of its people are completely on board when it comes to the birdemic and climate change/green nonsense.
Maybe that will change when these kids become adults. One can only hope.
To close, I would like to point your attention to the interview clip below in which three shocked and horrified System apparatchiks brand Hungarian children "racist" and "not nice". It's a real piece of work.