Saturday, 13 March 2010

March 15th National Holiday In Hungary

March 15th is the Hungarian national holiday when the people commemorate the Revolution and the War of Independence against the Austrian-Habsburg rule in 1848-49. This is an important historical day for Hungarians.

While Small Voice wishes Hungary and its beautiful people a well deserved national holiday, it also considers it significant to remind brothers and sisters to restrict their movements as some disgruntled youths called skin head often use this wonderful day to perpetrate their violence ideology against foreigners, especially dark-skin people.  

Please avoid places like Bláha Lujzer tér, Kobáyan Kispet metro area, Boráros tér and other strategic points in down town.

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