Hobo poses the eerily poetic question: Where are the forbidden works? No names were mentioned, as the musician did not want to get personal.
The Kontextus YouTube channel was previously hosted by journalist Gábor Mizo, a researcher at Századvég, who also discussed a similar topic. In the context of his recently published book, “The Occupation of Culture,” he talked about the public figures who helped the left maintain power before and after the regime change. For example, about Zsuzsa Koncz, a symbol and icon of liberals and the left The veil of truth has fallen:
“[…] The Zsuzsa Koncz password scandal is very ridiculous. That's the only thing he could insist on, that it was a big mess. He lied, saying his record could not be published for years afterward. If you put him on Wikipedia, you will see that his records have been published in the following years. Zsuzsa Koncz did not bother to lie in such a way that it could not be traced in a minute. […] And the press that stands with them will not notice. […] As Ivan Buldisar's daughter-in-law and daughter-in-law, she was the dictator's mercy. We also know that he was a member of the National Peace Council, which would have been very exciting for a normal person even in the 1960s, but when he was in it in the late 1970s and early 1980s, it was pathetic. Such a man, who was in the propaganda organization of the dictatorship, talks about how he was a rebel, and that is a lie that speaks for itself. […] “