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    • Ronald
    • 21.04.10 | 14:54 (IDT)

    That was the funniest comment I have heard in a long time. You cannot be serious to say that the Communist's did more harm to the people of Hungary then Hitler did to the Jewish People? First off after WW2 Hungary was by far one of the best living countries in the Eastern Block. The "Jewish" people you know the ones who survived WW2 and ran as East as possible to get away from the Nazi's, Ultra-Crazy Ukrainians and Ultra-Crazy Hungarians who fought against the Soviet Union! Well we and another 4-5 Million Jews ended up living in the Soviet Union during Communism, Please do not think that Hungary lived worse during Communism then the Soviet Union did, You want to talk about Communism well you guys were not controlled by Stalin all you needed to do was purchase goods from the Soviet Union, Yes, Communism was and is a very bad economic system as everyone can tell. But, Don't you ever compare Communism to Nazism, I guess Hungary lived better during the rule of the Nazi's then Communist

    from the article: Analysis / Hungary free speech leaves room for Nazi songs
    First published 12:45 21.04.10 | Last updated 16:42 21.04.10
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