After World War 1, which saw the allied powers win the war, the axis states of Germany, Ottoman Turkey, and the Austro-Hungarian Empire, were partitioned. Hungary lost around 75% of its pre-war territory and the country fell into serious political instability after the war.
In March 1919, due to a coalition of communists and socialists coming to power, the Hungarian Soviet Republic was established and the leader was the Jewish communist activist Bela Kun. He tried to seek a formal military alliance with Vladimir Lenin’s regime in Moscow, but due to the fact they were fighting the Russian civil war, Bela Kun was left on his own.
The regime would nationalize just about everything in the parts of the country where they had solid authority and a policy of cultural terrorism would begin to destroy the Hungarian Christian culture while going after the Hungarian churches.
The Hungarian Culture Minister, the Jewish cultural terrorist György Lukács would begin the implementation of cultural terrorism in the schools of the country. Radical sex education (in many ways very similar to what we have in the West today) program would be taught. Kids would be taught and encouraged in the lectures to have all the sex in the world, while deriding and rejecting Christian moral ethics, monogamy, and parental and church authority. Of course this led to a lot of Hungarian youth becoming rapists, thieves, murderers, and other types of criminals.
After an attempted removal of the regime in June 1919, the regime’s terror squad the “Lenin Boys” unleashed an unbelievably savage reign of terror on Hungarian Christians slaughtering hundreds of dissidents who they went after for not supporting the sadistic agenda of the regime. They were executed without trials and that angered a large portion of the Hungarian public, including those in the areas where the communist regime previously was popular.
The Hungarian Soviet Republic’s time in which to carry out the terror was not a long one though because the war with Romania was going incredibly badly. In August of 1919, Romanian troops entered the capital Budapest and the Hungarian Soviet Republic had collapsed. Bela Kun and most of his regime though made it to Vienna then to the Soviet Union.
During the whole brief existence of the Hungarian Soviet Republic, there was resistance, especially in the countryside and the leader of the resistance who would become Hungary’s leader in 1920 was Admiral Miklos Horthy, with Romanian assistance.
While the Hungarian Soviet Republic was short lived and didn’t kill as many people as other communist regimes, it remains something every Westerner should know about especially as Lukács style cultural terrorism is happening all around us.
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