The leftist actress proved this time that she does not like the conservative government, and strongly attacked Viktor Orbán and his government:
“[…] There was a big lesson because there was a “regime change” here. […] This should make some sense, but not in this context. I think it makes sense for Europe for this to happen here. The fact that this is the case here, for example, has shown Europe what it needs to do. Bad sourdough. It’s nice to be in it. […]”
According to them, artist Hernadi only trusts the European solution, and foreign assistance, if she thinks about dismissing the government. He sees the situation clearly, feels it fully, and knows that this opposition is not even worth a hole in the jar. They suffered a two-thirds defeat in the fourth consecutive election, and this is no coincidence. But there was another part of the conversation, in which he proved miraculously enlightened, even if unwittingly, by sensing why the opposition lost the election in a series of ugly ways.
He said the following in Partizan:
“[…] I was an SZDSZ voter. He didn’t win. (Hernady was referring to the 1990 elections – Editor.) I could not imagine who voted for the MDF. from? Well, I don’t know anything. “I realized that we live in a shell.”
This is the situation.