Athena Institute Investigations

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kuruc.info

  • Original name: kuruc.info
  • Year of formation: 2005
  • Presumed No. of members: 10-15
  • Presumed seat: Budapest
  • Presumed leader(s): N/A
  • Ideology: Hungarian supremacism, racist extremism, anti-Semitism
  • Threat level: 4
  • Active/Inactive: Active


Last updated: 21. 07. 2014.

Kuruc.info is one of the most active and most significant hate groups operating in Hungary. Its main activity is the production of its propaganda publication, often referred to as a “news portal”. The hate group is continuously publishing statements – which often fit the legal criteria of hate speech – to offend the dignity of the members of the Hungarian Roma, Jewish and Homosexual communities. They also publish articles that can presumably be classified as denying the Holocaust, according to the Hungarian penal code. Furthermore, they frequently organise intimidation campaigns, in which they implicitly call on their readers to harass their targets after they have published all their contact information and personal data. Even judges, prosecutors and policemen/women have been targets of such intimidation campaigns. The “news portal”, maintained by the group, plays a major role in the propagation of the propaganda actions of other extremist groups and a parliamentary party.

In mid-July, 2014, the American authorities started prosecuting Béla Varga, who registered the kuruc.info domain when the extremist group launched its website. Now the extremist group is calling on its readers to donate money to cover Varga's expenditures during the investigation.

In mid-July, 2014, the Sixty-four Counties Youth Movement and the kuruc.info extremist groups are continuing their intimidation campaign against the staff and a participant of the Budapest Pride.

In early July, 2014, the kuruc.info extremist group, by publishing a propaganda piece titled “Dalma Dojcsák meets the „Holocaust”, or who is a moron really?” presumably committed the crime of „Publicly denying crimes committed by National Socialist and Communist regimes” sanctioned by the Hungarian Penal Code.

In early July, 2014, the Outlaws' Army, the Sixty-four Counties Youth Movement, the kuruc.info, the Hungarian National Front and other extremist groups are carrying out an aggressive hostile propaganda campaign against the LGBTQ community in relation to the Budapest Pride.

At the end of June, 2014, the kuruc.info extremist group is carrying out an aggressive hostile propaganda campaign against the LGBT community in relation to the Budapest Pride that started this weekend.

In early June, 2014, the kuruc.info extremist group is carrying out an aggressive hostile propaganda campaign against members of the LGBT and Jewish communities.

In mid-May, 2014, the kuruc.info extremist group, by publishing a propaganda piece titled “God after Auschwitz? Scandalous article in Toronyirány” presumably committed the crime of „Publicly denying crimes committed by National Socialist and Communist regimes” sanctioned by the Hungarian Penal Code. 

In early May, 2014, the kuruc.info is carrying out a hostile propaganda campaign against the LGBT community in connection to the Eurovision Song Contest.

In early May, 2014, the kuruc.info extremist group, by publishing a propaganda piece titled “Refuting the newest holo-dogma, or why “did the Hungarian state not protect its own citizens”?” presumably committed the crime of „Publicly denying crimes committed by National Socialist and Communist regimes” sanctioned by the Hungarian Penal Code.

In mid-April, 2014, the Outlaws' Army, the Hungarian National Front and the kuruc.info extremist groups published propaganda articles that hailed Hitler.

In mid-February, 2014, the kuruc.info extremist group, by publishing a propaganda piece titled “The 124 years of the myth of the six million - they've been repeating that magical number ever since, they had already been raving about the total annihilation of that many Jews in 1919” presumably committed the crime of „Publicly denying crimes committed by National Socialist and Communist regimes” sanctioned by the Hungarian Penal Code.

In early February, 2014, the kuruc.info extremist group is urging its readers to donate the one per cent of their taxes to the Sixty-four Counties Youth Movement.

In late January, 2014, the kuruc.info extremist group, by publishing a propaganda piece titled “A question for the Holocaust remembrance day: why is there an ever-growing obscurity about the gas chambers' existence?” presumably committed the crime of „Publicly denying crimes committed by National Socialist and Communist regimes” sanctioned by the Hungarian Penal Code.

In late January, 2014, the kuruc.info extremist group, by publishing a propaganda piece titled “Frenzy of the Holo-parasites, or why there's no common Hungarian-Jewish fate” presumably committed the crime of „Publicly denying crimes committed by National Socialist and Communist regimes” sanctioned by the Hungarian Penal Code.

In mid-January, 2014, the kuruc.info extremist group, by publishing a propaganda piece titled “It was victory and joy for the Jewry, but it meant defeat and tragedy for us” presumably committed the crime of „Publicly denying crimes committed by National Socialist and Communist regimes” sanctioned by the Hungarian Penal Code.

In early January, 2014, the kuruc.info extremist group, by publishing a propaganda piece titled “How to go on, and what to do with the Jews? - Hungarian Dilemmas in 1944” presumably committed the crime of „Publicly denying crimes committed by National Socialist and Communist regimes” sanctioned by the Hungarian Penal Code.

In early January, 2014, the kuruc.info extremist group is carrying out an aggressive hostile propaganda campaign against the Hungarian Roma and Jewish communities.

In mid-December, 2013, the kuruc.info extremist group has launched an aggressive intimidation and harassment campaign against a journalist and an MEP. They published their contact information and called on their readers to harass them.

In early November, 2013, the kuruc.info extremist group, by publishing a propaganda piece titled “Dr. Walther Stauffache: The Syrian crisis and the most successful propaganda-lie of all times” presumably committed the crime of „Publicly denying crimes committed by National Socialist and Communist regimes” sanctioned by the Hungarian Penal Code. 

In late October, 2013, the kuruc.info extremist group is trying to obtain money by selling stickers that attack the Jewish and Roma communities.

In mid-October, 2013, the kuruc.info extremist group, by publishing a propaganda piece titled “100 thousand dead in Auschwitz: horrendous Holocaust relativisation from the end of World War II” presumably committed the crime of „Publicly denying crimes committed by National Socialist and Communist regimes” sanctioned by the Hungarian Penal Code.

In mid-October, 2013, the kuruc.info is carrying out an aggressive hostile propaganda campign against the Roma community.

In mid-October, 2013, the kuruc.info extremist group, by publishing a propaganda piece titled “Erich Priebke's legacy: There were no gas chambers, the Nuremberg Trials were a farce, the Holocaust is fiction” presumably committed the crime of „Publicly denying crimes committed by National Socialist and Communist regimes” sanctioned by the Hungarian Penal Code. 

In early October, 2013, the kuruc.info extremist group, by publishing two propaganda pieces titled “Hardcore Holoparasites do not like the government's 2014 Holo-brainwashing programme” and “Navracsics is mistaken: the Hungarian state is not resposinble for the “Holocaust”” presumably committed the crime of „Publicly denying crimes committed by National Socialist and Communist regimes” sanctioned by the Hungarian Penal Code.

In mid-September, 2013, the kuruc.info extremist group posted a “game” on their website in which one has to kill members of the Roma community (who are depicted as criminals) with a gun.

In late August, 2013, the kuruc.info extremist group is spreading hostile propaganda against the Jewish community.

In early August, 2013, the kuruc.info extremist group is spreading hostile propaganda against the Jewish community.

In early August, 2013, the kuruc.info extremist group is carrying out an aggressive hostile propaganda campaign against the Hungarian Roma community, in relation to the Ózd Municipality lowering the water pressure and shutting down common wells.

In early August, 2013, the kuruc.info extremist group, by publishing the propaganda pieces titled "Following the birth of a myth: the Roma Holocaust” and “Daily Holosensation: a guard disobeyed the order to gas the Jews in Auschwitz” presumably committed the crime of „Publicly denying crimes committed by National Socialist and Communist regimes” sanctioned by the Hungarian Penal Code. 

In late June, 2013, the kuruc.info extremist group, by publishing a propaganda piece titled “Auschwitz, the comedy – a new “extremist”, i.e. maths applying, Holo-refuting movie” presumably committed the crime of „Publicly denying crimes committed by National Socialist and Communist regimes” sanctioned by the Hungarian Penal Code.

In late June, 2013, the kuruc.info extremist group, by publishing a propaganda piece titled “The Holo-parasites are backing off: the Daily Mail exposes mendacious Holocaust remembrances” presumably committed the crime of „Publicly denying crimes committed by National Socialist and Communist regimes” sanctioned by the Hungarian Penal Code.

In mid-June, 2013, the kuruc.info extremist group, by publishing a propaganda piece titled “The story of an “authentic Auschwitz witness”: he lied about 5 million gassed, yet he was attacked by his own race-mates” presumably committed the crime of „Publicly denying crimes committed by National Socialist and Communist regimes” sanctioned by the Hungarian Penal Code.

In mid-June, 2013, the kuruc.info extremist group is advertising an aggressive anti-Roma cartoon series via a large banner.

In early June, 2013, the kuruc.info extremist group is carrying out an aggressive hostile propaganda campaign against the members of the Jewish, Roma and LGBT communities.

In early June, 2013, the kuruc.info is supporting the New Hungarian Guard and a parliamentary party via propaganda.

In early June, 2013, the kuruc.info extremist group, by publishing a propaganda piece titled “That’s how Holohistory is written: a non-Jew Holosurvivor’s unbelievable adventures in Auschwitz and Buchenwald” presumably committed the crime of „Publicly denying crimes committed by National Socialist and Communist regimes” sanctioned by the Hungarian Penal Code.

In late May, 2013, the kuruc.info extremist group, by publishing a propaganda piece titled “Steiner was lying about lamps made out of human skin and millions of dead people in Auschwitz – he doesn’t even know the official dogmas of his own kind’s myths” presumably committed the crime of „Publicly denying crimes committed by National Socialist and Communist regimes” sanctioned by the Hungarian Penal Code.

In mid-May, 2013, the kuruc.info is spreading hostile propaganda against the LGBT community and applauds the people who assaulted the participants of a gay rights march in Georgia.

In mid-May, 2013, the kuruc.info extremist group, by publishing a propaganda piece titled “According to György Konrád, the wicked Hungarians still don’t see the „removal” of the Jewry as a loss” presumably committed the crime of „Publicly denying crimes committed by National Socialist and Communist regimes” sanctioned by the Hungarian Penal Code.

In mid-May, 2013, the kuruc.info extremist group is spreading aggressive hostile propaganda against the Jewish community.

In early May, 2013, the kuruc.info is carrying out a hostile propaganda campaign against the Jewish community.

In mid-April, 2013, the kuruc.info extremist group, by publishing two propaganda pieces titled “Contradictions and impossibilities in the history of the suffering of the Hungarian Jewry” and “”The bed bug will be your death one day!” – We “commemorate the Holocaust” with a poem by Géza Alföldi” presumably committed the crime of „Publicly denying crimes committed by National Socialist and Communist regimes” sanctioned by the Hungarian Penal Code.

In mid-April, 2013, the kuruc.info extremist group is carrying out an aggressive hostile propaganda campaign against the Hungarian Jewish community.

In early April, 2013, the kuruc.info extremist group, by publishing a propaganda piece titled “Now the nearly dead guards that served in Auschwitz got into the crosshairs of the people of revenge” presumably committed the crime of „Publicly denying crimes committed by National Socialist and Communist regimes” sanctioned by the Hungarian Penal Code.

In early April, 2013, the kuruc.info extremist group is carrying out a propaganda action against the Hungarian Roma community in relation to the murder of Tamás Király fashion designer.

In early April, 2013, the kuruc.info is carrying out a hostile propaganda campaign against the Hungarian Jewish community, in relation to the banning of the „Give Gas!” propaganda action.

In early April, 2013, the kuruc.info extremist group, by publishing a propaganda piece titled “Hololie refutation from a Jew: the Germans treated them well in Auschwitz, they had great hospital care, they ate well, had coffee, many country man came back” presumably committed the crime of „Publicly denying crimes committed by National Socialist and Communist regimes” sanctioned by the Hungarian Penal Code.

In late March and early April, 2013, the kuruc.info extremist group is carrying out an aggressive hostile propaganda campaign against the Hungarian Roma and Jewish communities.

In late March, 2013, the kuruc.info extremist group has started an intimidation campaign against the president of the Jewish Religious Community of Miskolc and his family. They published all their personal information and called on their readers to harass them.

In late March, 2013, the kuruc.info extremist group is carrying out an aggressive hostile propaganda campaign against the Hungarian Jewish community.

In mid-March, 2013, the kuruc.info extremist group published an interview with László Toroczkai, leader of the Sixty-four Counties Youth Movement.

In early March, 2013, the kuruc.info is carrying out an aggressive hostile propaganda campaign against the Hungarian Roma community.

In the beginning of March, 2013, the kuruc.info extremist group is providing support for a parliamentary party’s propaganda action through an intensive advertisement campaign.

In late February 2013, the kuruc.info extremist group, by publishing a propaganda piece titled “The Holo-situation is also Becoming More Serious: Now 15-20 Million People “were killed or held captive”” presumably committed the crime of „Publicly denying crimes committed by National Socialist and Communist regimes” sanctioned by the Hungarian Penal Code.

In late February 2013, the kuruc.info extremist group, by publishing a propaganda piece titled “Holodebate: József Bálint’s Reply to András Rennek – part 4.” presumably committed the crime of „Publicly denying crimes committed by National Socialist and Communist regimes” sanctioned by the Hungarian Penal Code.

In late February, 2013, the kuruc.info extremist group is carrying out a hostile propaganda campaign against the Hungarian Jewish community.

In mid-February 2013, the kuruc.info extremist group, by publishing a propaganda piece titled “A “Survivor” who Lied about “Flaming Chimneys of the Crematoria” is going to Speak at the Next Holocaust Event” presumably committed the crime of „Publicly denying crimes committed by National Socialist and Communist regimes” sanctioned by the Hungarian Penal Code.

In mid-February, 2013, the Dunaújváros office of a parliamentary party was torched. The kuruc.info extremist group gives a conspiracy theory-like description about the perpetrator and his motives; and an organised local group (Dunaújváros National Resistance) launched a manhunt to catch the bailed perpetrator, his two alleged „Gypsy accomplices and the people who hired them”.

In mid-February, 2013, the kuruc.info extremist group published the third part of their interview with the leader of a parliamentary party, in which he said: „The [party] always opposed the anti-nationalistic actions of the international and local Jewry”.

In mid-January 2013, the kuruc.info extremist group, by publishing a propaganda piece titled “The Hololie Industry’s New Product: the Holo-hologram” presumably committed the crime of „Publicly denying crimes committed by National Socialist and Communist regimes” sanctioned by the Hungarian Penal Code.

In the beginning of February, 2013, the police discontinued the investigation against the kuruc.info. The investigation was launched last summer based on the suspicion of inciting racial hatred. Last July, the group offered a 100,000 HUF to those who can identify and publicise the personal information of the civil activists who had organised a demonstration at the flat of László Csatáry. In the following weeks the activists were harassed and threatened continuously. The Institute’s Incident Report gives further details about the case:

In mid-February, 2013, the kuruc.info published an interview with a parliamentary party’s leader. In the interview the party leader states that scrutinising the ethnic background or race of the party’s leadership is necessary. The interview also makes it clear that this politician knows the identities of the members of the extremist group.

In mid-February, 2013, the kuruc.info supports a parliamentary party’s hostile propaganda campaign against the Roma community of Miskolc. The group portrays the prevention of the foundation of a local Roma cultural centre as the “recapture” of Miskolc, whilst propagating the total segregation of the Roma community.

At the end of January, 2013, the kuruc.info extremist group, by publishing two propaganda pieces titled “”The Corruption that is a Threat to the Whole World and its Carrier the Jew” - our reader about the NSDAP’s still timely programme”and “After the Jewish Hololie Remembrance Day in Schools, Fidesz Wants a Gypsy Holo-remembrance Day” presumably committed the crime of „Publicly denying crimes committed by National Socialist and Communist regimes” sanctioned by the Hungarian Penal Code.

In late January, 2013, the kuruc.info extremist group, by publishing three propaganda pieces titled “What Ever Happened in Auschwitz on 27th January 1945?”; “Who Blew up the Crematoria in Birkenau and Why?”; “The Holocaust as the Fundamental Myth of the Zionist World Order” presumably committed the crime of „Publicly denying crimes committed by National Socialist and Communist regimes” sanctioned by the Hungarian Penal Code.

In late January 2013, the kuruc.info started publishing an anti-Roma animation series as a part of the group’s hostile propaganda campaign against the Hungarian Roma community. The series is not made by the group itself.

In mid-January 2103, the kuruc.info extremist group started another intimidation campaign against bailiffs.

In mid-January 2013, the kuruc.info extremist group, by publishing a propaganda piece titled “Holodebate: József Bálint’s Retort to András Rennek – 2nd part” presumably committed the crime of „Publicly denying crimes committed by National Socialist and Communist regimes” sanctioned by the Hungarian Penal Code.

In early January 2013, the kuruc.info extremist group published a hostile propaganda piece against the Hungarian Roma community, in which they say: “People! Be prepared that the Gypsies can lynch anyone, any time in your settlement too. Organise yourself so you can react immediately. Always have a knife on you […] Train yourselves, learn to fight, so you can protect your families. Prevent the Gypsies from moving to your neighbourhood. We do not make nice with Gypsy children and we do not brag about knowing such people. That is a sign of weakness. We favour our own kind at all times!”.

In early January 2013, the kuruc.info extremist group, by publishing a propaganda piece titled “Even Belgium cannot escape from the “Holoparasites”” presumably committed the crime of „Publicly denying crimes committed by National Socialist and Communist regimes” sanctioned by the Hungarian Penal Code.

In the Beginning of January 2013, the kuruc.info extremist group has launched an intimidation campaign against Csaba Czinkóczky, a Hungarian producer and journalist who lives in Sweden, after the Swedish TV channels had aired his film about a Hungarian parliamentary party and the New Hungarian Guard. The extremist group published all of Czinkóczky’s personal data and called on their readers to harass him.

At the end of December 2012, the kuruc.info is carrying out a hostile propaganda campaign against the Hungarian Roma community.

At the end of December 2012, the kuruc.info extremist group is spreading aggressive hostile propaganda against the Hungarian Jewish community.

In early December 2012, the kuruc.info extremist group, by publishing a propaganda piece titled “”German” Foreign Minister: “The responsibility felt by the Germans for the crimes of the Holocaust will never fade”” presumably committed the crime of „Publicly denying crimes committed by National Socialist and Communist regimes” sanctioned by the Hungarian Penal Code.

In early December 2012, the kuruc.info extremist group is spreading hostile propaganda against the Hungarian Jewish community.

In early December 2012, the kuruc.info extremist group has launched an intimidation campaign against a court bailiff.

At the beginning of December 2012, the kuruc.info extremist group is carrying out a hostile propaganda campaign against the Hungarian Jewish community.

At the end of November 2012, the kuruc.info extremist group is spreading aggressive hostile propaganda against the Hungarian Jewish community in order to support Márton Gyöngyösi, an MP of a parliamentary party.

At the end of November 2012, the kuruc.info extremist group is providing intensive support in its propaganda to Márton Gyöngyösi, an MP of a parliamentary party, who argued that it is time to „check how many Jews there are, who pose some kind of risk to the national security of Hungary”.

In late November 2012, the kuruc.info extremist group is carrying out an aggressive hostile propaganda campaign against the Hungarian Jewish community.

In late November 2012, the kuruc.info extremist group published a hostile propaganda piece, attacking the Roma and Jewish communities. According to the piece, „all Jewish or Gypsy man, woman or child” can choose from three options, „they integrate themselves and stop their parasitism, they emigrate on their own money or they will suffer by the hands of the attacked person, or attacked community.” The piece also says that the Hungarians „must start preparing themselves and start learning how to fight.

In mid-November 2012, the kuruc.info continues its intensive hostile propaganda campaign against the Jewish community.

In mid-November 2012, the kuruc.info extremist group is supporting a parliamentary party’s propaganda action with an advertising campaign.

In mid-November 2012, the kuruc.info extremist group, by publishing a propaganda piece titled “Holodebate: József Bálint’s Reply to András Rennek – part 1.” presumably committed the crime of „Publicly denying crimes committed by National Socialist and Communist regimes” sanctioned by the Hungarian Penal Code.

In mid-November 2012, the kuruc.info extremist group is carrying out an aggressive hostile propaganda campaign against the Jewish community.

At the beginning of November 2012, the kuruc.info extremist group is carrying out an intensive hostile propaganda campaign against the Hungarian Jewish community.

At the beginning of November 2012, the kuruc.info extremist groups is carrying out an intensive hostile propaganda campaign against the Hungarian Roma community.

Late October, 2012, the kuruc.info group continues its hostile propaganda against the Hungarian Roma community by hailing and promoting the murder of two Slovakian Roma by a former policeman whose criminal act is portrayed as an example.

In mid-October 2012, the kuruc.info published a hostile propaganda piece, in which they argue that the Hungarian Jewish community was responsible for the country’s defeat in World War II.

In mid-October 2012, the kuruc.info extremist group is providing intensive advertising for a parliamentary party’s programme on October 23.

In mid-October 2012, the kuruc.info extremist group published a propaganda piece, in which they describe the Arrow Cross Party’s takeover as “lawful”, “positive” and “heroic”.

In the beginning of October 2012, the kuruc.info extremist group, drawing on the example of Mali, would introduce Sharia Law-like punishments against the Hungarian Roma community, i.e. cutting of feet and hands.

At the end of September 2012, the kuruc.info extremist group, by publishing a propaganda piece titled “The Mythology of the Global World Order” presumably committed the crime of „Publicly denying crimes committed by National Socialist and Communist regimes” sanctioned by the Hungarian Penal Code.

At the end of September 2012, the kuruc.info extremist group is providing intensive support for the event of a parliamentary party that is going to take place at the end of the month.

At the end of September 2012, the kuruc.info extremist group is continuing their permanent hostile propaganda campaign against the Hungarian Jewish community.

In mid-September, 2012, the kuruc.info extremist group, by publishing a propaganda piece titled “Gas Chambers were Only Used in the United States – the Mortal Struggle of the Last Executed Lasted for 18 Minutes” presumably committed the crime of „Publicly denying crimes committed by National Socialist and Communist regimes” sanctioned by the Hungarian Penal Code.

The kuruc.info extremist group is carrying out a permanent hostile propaganda campaign against the Jewish community. In mid-September, 2012, they published a propaganda piece, in which they state that „Zionists” aided the organisation and realisation of the 9/11 attacks with the help of their secret services, so they can destroy the states that oppose the „Zionist rule” for good.

In mid-September, 2012, the kuruc.info extremist group, by publishing a propaganda piece titled “Little gas chamber-absurd in the presentation of “eyewitnesses” and Holohistorians” presumably committed the crime of „Publicly denying crimes committed by National Socialist and Communist regimes” sanctioned by the Hungarian Penal Code.

In mid-September, 2012, Béla Varga states on the webpage of the kuruc.info extremist group that he is not the owner of the site.

At the beginning of September, 2012, the kuruc.info extremist group, by publishing a propaganda piece titled „ “Jewish Hungarians” ” presumably committed the crime of „Publicly denying crimes committed by National Socialist and Communist regimes” sanctioned by the Hungarian Penal Code.

In the beginning of September, 2012, the kuruc.info extremist group is supporting one of the parliamentary parties with its propaganda and by publishing advertisements and information about programmes of the party.

At the beginning of September, 2012, the fact that Béla Varga – whose role in financing the activities of the extremist group had been uncovered by the Institute in 2010 – registered the kuruc.info domain has been proven without a shadow of doubt.

At the beginning of September, 2012, the kuruc.info extremist group is carrying out a hostile propaganda campaign against the Hungarian Jewish community.

At the beginning of September, 2012, the kuruc.info extremist group is carrying out a hostile propaganda campaign against the Hungarian Roma community in relation to the „Roma guard”.

At the beginning of September, 2012, the kuruc.info extremist group is carrying out a hostile propaganda campaign against the civil protesters who demonstrated in Veszprém against the event that was held by one of the parliamentary parties. The group also called upon their readers to identify one of the protesters.

At the beginning of September, 2012, the Hungarian authorities told the media that there are ten undergoing investigations against the kuruc.info extremist group. 

At the end of August, 2012, the kuruc.info extremist group is spreading hostile propaganda against the Hungarian Jewish community, after György Dörner – the director of Újszínház – had decided not to play István Csurka’s anti-Semitic drama, 'The Sixth Coffin'.

At the end of August, 2012, the kuruc.info extremist group, by publishing a propaganda piece titled „If Everybody is a Survivor then who was Killed by Adolf Hitler” presumably committed the crime of „Publicly denying crimes committed by National Socialist and Communist regimes” sanctioned by the Hungarian Penal Code.

At the end of August, 2012, the kuruc.info extremist group is intensively attacking the Hungarian Jewish community in the form of hostile propaganda.

At the end of August, 2012, the kuruc.info extremist group is attacking the Hungarian Roma community in connection with the incidents that had happened at Cegléd.

In mid-August, 2012, the kuruc.info extremist group, by publishing a propaganda piece titled „Even the Israeli Footballers who Visited our Country Laugh at the Holohoax” presumably committed the crime of „Publicly denying crimes committed by National Socialist and Communist regimes” sanctioned by the Hungarian Penal Code.

At the beginning of August, 2012, the kuruc.info extremist group, by publishing a propaganda piece titled „Our Reader Solved the Mystery of the Holohoax” presumably committed the crime of „Publicly denying crimes committed by National Socialist and Communist regimes” sanctioned by the Hungarian Penal Code.

At the beginning of August, 2012, the kuruc.info extremist group published a hostile propaganda piece against the Hungarian Jewish community in relation to the Csatáry case and the Csanád Szegedi case.

At the beginning of August, 2012, the Hungarian National Front and the kuruc.info extremist groups are carrying out a hostile propaganda campaign against the Hungarian Jewish community.

At the beginning of August, 2012, the kuruc.info extremist group is attacking Béla Biszku, a leading ex-communist politician, and asks the readers to find out his address.

At the beginning of August, 2012, the kuruc.info extremist group advertises the programme of a parliamentary party for the 20th of August.

In mid-July, 2012, the kuruc.info extremist group continues its intimidation campaign against the activists who had held a demonstration at the flat of László Csatáry. The group offered a “finder's fee” to anybody who can identify the protesters; the personal data of several activists have already been published by the group. The sum was offered by Béla Varga, who registered the kuruc.info domain and who is deeply involved in the financing of the extremist group. In 2010, the Athena Institute uncovered the role Béla Varga plays and the illegal means that are used by the group to finance its activities.

In mid-July, 2012, the kuruc.info extremist group, by publishing a propaganda piece titled „Another “Authentic” Holostory Found by our Reader” presumably committed the crime of „Publicly denying crimes committed by National Socialist and Communist regimes” sanctioned by the Hungarian Penal Code.

In mid-July, 2012, the kuruc.info extremist group is carrying out a hostile propaganda campaign against the Hungarian Roma community.

In mid-July, 2012, the kuruc.info extremist group, in connection with the terror attack against Israeli tourists in Burgas, Bulgaria, is carrying out a hostile propaganda campaign against Israel.

In mid-July, 2012, the kuruc.info extremist group, by publishing a propaganda piece titled „The Chances of the Lawsuit against László Csatáry and the Options of the National Resistance” presumably committed the crime of „Publicly denying crimes committed by National Socialist and Communist regimes” sanctioned by the Hungarian Penal Code. 

In mid-July, 2012, the kuruc.info extremist group, as part of their hostile propaganda campaign against the activists who had held a demonstration at the flat of László Csatáry, offered a “finder's fee” to anybody who can identify the protesters; the personal data of several activists have already been published by the group. The sum was offered by Béla Varga, who registered the kuruc.info domain and who is deeply involved in the financing of the extremist group. The Athena Institute in 2010 uncovered the role Béla Varga plays and the illegal means that are used by the group to finance its activities.

In mid-July, 2012, the kuruc.info, the Hungarian National Front and the Pax Hungarica extremist groups, in connection with the murder of Kata Bándy, are carrying out a permanent hostile propaganda campaign against the Hungarian Roma community.

In mid-July, 2012, the kuruc.info extremist group, in connection with the Csatáry case, is carrying out a hostile propaganda campaign against the Hungarian Jewish community and the people who participated in the protest at the flat of László Csatáry.

In mid-July, 2012, the kuruc.info extremist group, in connection with the measures taken by the police during the Budapest Gay Pride Parade, is spreading hostile propaganda, in which they attack the authorities.

At the beginning of July, 2012, the kuruc.info extremist group published a video, which insinuates that the Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Elie Wiesel is not a Holocaust survivor.

At the beginning of July, 2012, the kuruc.info extremist group, by publishing a propaganda piece titled „Who was Mengele Actually?” presumably committed the crime of „Publicly denying crimes committed by National Socialist and Communist regimes” sanctioned by the Hungarian Penal Code.

At the beginning of July, 2012, the kuruc.info extremist group applauded the impotence of the Hungarian government in shutting down extremist sites, after the Hungarian PM, Viktor Orbán, turned to the American Congress for help against extremist webpages that operate in Hungary but that are hosted on servers located in the USA.

At the beginning of July, 2012, the kuruc.info extremist group published a video that tries to create sympathy towards the police officer who killed three, and wounded two members of the Roma minority at Ógyalla, Slovakia. Simultaneously, the propaganda video tries to put the blame on the victims.

At the beginning of July, 2012, the PM of Hungary, Viktor Orbán, asked the US Congress to help Hungary to shut down the extremist and anti-Semitic websites that operate in Hungary but that are hosted on servers located in the USA. This was in response to a letter in which fifty Congressmen asked the Hungarian government to do everything in their power to drive back groups that spread anti-Semitic views.

At the beginning of July, 2012, the kuruc.info extremist group attacked a parliamentary party for supporting the Budapest Gay Pride March.

Mid-June, 2012, the kuruc.info group carried out a propaganda activity by issuing a declaration about a confrontative action of the New Hungarian Guard that was directed against three persons near the recently established Miklós Horthy statue in Csókakő. As one of the successor of the previously banned Hungarian Guard, the New Hungarian Guard continues to organize intimidating demonstrations on several occasions. Related to this illegitimate phenomenon the Athena Institute recently published an analysis titled Domestic Extremism – A Political Analysis of Security and Violence.

Mid-June, 2012, the kuruc.info extremist group is carrying out a propaganda action by issuing a declaration about a counter protest against the demonstration organized by the „Social Remembrance, Acceptance and Activity”.

Mid-June, 2012, the kuruc.info extremist group issued a statement that the Soldiers of the Defense Force is to recruit new members nationwide.

At the end of May, 2012, the kuruc.info extremist group issued a declaration that the Sixty-four County Youth Movement held a protest for a person who is accused of damaging Jewish monuments in Budapest and inciting hatred against a community.

The kuruc.info extremist group launched a hostile campaign against Tamás Bodoky, the editor of the Hungarian atlatszo.hu investigative journalism site mid-May, 2012. The extremist group published a hoaxed ad that included the journalist's home address. After the publication, the journalist also faced scrutiny at the Károli Gáspár University where he teaches. Previously, Mr. Bodoky along with Sándor Jászberényi revealed the financial mechanism operated by the kuruc.info group in an investigation of the Athena Institute. The journalist brought charges against the group.

Mid-May, 2012, the kuruc.info extremist group issued a declaration that guard members and a parliamentary party held a protest against the government in Budapest. The demonstration was monitored by the National Police.

Early May, 2012, the Hungarian National Guard, the New Hungarian Guard, the National Protection Force Heritage and Civil Guard Association and a parliamentary party held a demonstration against „Roma crimes” in Berzék. The event was monitored by the National Police.

In 2006, the kuruc.info extremist group published personal data (incl. home address, cell phone numbers) of judges and prosecutors involved in cases related to that year’s riots. After the hostile propaganda-campaign, the Prosecution Office raised charges against the supposed leader of kuruc.info. In November, 2011, the Court dismissed all charges. At the end of April, 2012, the extremist group repeated the propaganda action with publishing names as well as a home address and a phone number.

At the end of April, 2012, the Hungarian wing of the Anonymus group attacked the websites of some groups and a parliamentary party. Later the kuruc.info extremist group published the name, home address and phone number of the supposed organizer.

Mid-April, 2012, the Hungarian National Front, the Pax Hungarica and the kuruc.info extremist groups issued propaganda declarations to commemorate the birthday of the war criminal Adolf Hitler.

Mid-April, 2012, the kuruc.info group carried out a hostile propaganda campaign in a declaration advocating a protest in Budapest against the international Holocaust memorial event „The March of the Living”. Previously the Athena Institute published an inciden report about a similar propaganda action of the extremist group.

Mid-April, 2012, the kuruc.info group by publishing propaganda declarations titled „Commemorating the Holocaust through a „survivor”'s eye”, „Embarrassing questions about the Holocaust”, „The doubts about the Holocaust are ineradicable” presumably committed the crime of „Publicly denying crimes committed by National Socialist and Communist regimes” sanctioned by the Hungarian Penal Code.

Mid-April, 2012, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán declared in his interview given to the Washington Post that similarly to his predecessors he asked for the help of the United States Government to shut down the website of the kuruc.info extremist group. Previous requests were rejected by US authorities who stated that freedom of speech provisions of the US Constitution prohibit such government action.

At the end of March, 2012, the kuruc.info group issued a statement that the Soldiers of the Defense Force is to hold a military camp in Pest county.

At the end of March, 2012, the kuruc.info group by publishing a propaganda piece titled „Holocaust insanity” presumably committed the crime of „Publicly denying crimes committed by National Socialist and Communist regimes” sanctioned by the Hungarian Penal Code.

Mid-March, 2012, the kuruc.info issued an article that a counterprotest was held in Budapest against a demonstration for the Hungarian press freedom. During the counterprotest organized by an unidentified extremist group several participants were detained. The Natioal Police proved to be successful in maintaining order. 

Mid-March, 2012, the kuruc.info published a declaration that more than a hundred protesters entered the Bank Center building in Budapest with László Toroczkai, the leader of the Sixty-four County Youth Movement. The protesters intended to transmit a petition to the representative of the International Monetary Fund. The Natioal Police monitored the event from the outside of the building.

Mid-March, 2012, the kuruc.info group published a statement that members of the Hungarian National Guard took an oath on the Heroes' Square in Budapest. The members in uniform were sitting during the programme, since the National Police indicated that they would dissolve the event because of rowdyism. The members took the oath in their mind in a kneeling position. More hundred policemen monitored the event that was finally not dissolved. 

Mid-March, 2012, the kuruc.info issued a declaration that the National Protection Force Heritage and Civil Guard Association extremist group and a parliamentary party are to hold an event together in Veszprém related to the 1848 Hungarian revolution and freedom fight.

Mid-March, 2012, the kuruc.info extremist group issued a statement that the New Hungarian Guard, the Sixty-four County Youth Movement and a parliamentary party are to hold an event together in Győr related to the 1848 Hungarian revolution and freedom fight.

Mid-March, 2012, the kuruc.info promoted the Hungarian National Guard's declaration issued to continue its recruitment efforts in Pest county.

Early March, 2012, the kuruc.info extremist group promotes a parliamentary party's event related to the 1848 Hungarian revolution and freedom fight.   

Early March, 2012, the kuruc.info issued a declaration that members of the Hungarian National Guard are to take an oath on the Heroes' Square in Budapest on 17th of March. The Hungarian National Guard calls the 1848 Hungarian revolution and freedom fight as a „Breakout” in its statement.

In 2006, the kuruc.info extremist group published personal data (incl. home address, cell phone numbers) of judges and prosecutors involved in cases related to that year’s riots. After the hostile propaganda-campaign, the Prosecution Office raised charges against the supposed leader of kuruc.info. In November, 2011, the Court dismissed all charges. The extremist group repeated the propaganda operation early March, 2012, this time, they published a name list of police officers involved in 2006 year's riots.

Early-March, 2012, the kuruc.info extremist group issued an advertisement price list for potential customers to further raise its own financial resources.

Early March, 2012, György Budaházy, the leader of Hunnia movement accused of several terrorism related charges issued a declaration that he is about to hold lectures on demand via skype.

Early March, 2012, the For a Better Future Civic Guard Association, the New Hungarian Guard, the Outlaws' Army, the Soldiers of the Defense Force extremist groups and a parliamentary party are about to hold a protest in Jászjákóhalma titled „Demonstration for the public order”.  

At the end of February, 2012, the kuruc.info group by publishing a propaganda piece titled „Holocaust-lying on middle level” presumably committed the crime of „Publicly denying crimes committed by National Socialist and Communist regimes” sanctioned by the Hungarian Penal Code. 

At the end of February, 2012, the New Hungarian Guard, the Sixty-four County Youth Movement and a parliamentary party are to hold a demonstration against the government in Győr titled „It was enough”.

Mid-February, 2012, the kuruc.info group promoted propaganda „Breakout” events in relation to the „Day of Honor” on the one hand held by the Sixty-four County Youth Movement in Székesfehérvár on the other hand held by a parliamentary party in Mogyoród.

Mid-February, 2012, the kuruc.info group promotes a „Breakout tour” propaganda event to be held in relation with the 'Day of Honor" events.

Early February, 2012 the kuruc.info group advertised the „Turul shop” and „Viking shop” via internet to raise its own financial resources.

At the end of January, 2012 the kuruc.info group by publishing a propaganda piece titled „When will finally collapse the buildup of Holocaust Myth?” presumably committed the crime of „Publicly denying crimes committed by National Socialist and Communist regimes” sanctioned by the Hungarian Penal Code. On 27, January we commemorate the International Holocaust Remembrance Day designated by the United Nations

At the end of January, 2012 the New Hungarian Guard and the „For a Better” Furure Civic Guard Association is to hold a residential forum in Medgyesháza because of the „deteriorating public order circumstances”. The National Police proceeded against 24 people who were about to observe the „most problematic areas in the village”.

At the end of January, 2012 the Metropolitan Court of Budapest eased the home arrest conditions of György Budaházy, the leader of Hunnia movement accused of several terrorism related charges. György Budaházy may leave his home every day between 11:00 and 13:00, but only in a way to stay inside the administrative borders of Diósd.

Mid-January 2012, the kuruc.info group in a declaration attacked the speech of Orbán Viktor - the Hungarian Prime minister – addressed at the European Parliament and tried to put it in a negative context. The Prime minister stated that „we outlawed and eliminated the paramilitary organizations”, and the extremist group reacted the following "Orbán tried to praise himself with the measures taken against the Guard".

Mid-January 2012, László Toroczkai, the leader of the „Youth Movement” was summoned with the accusation of inciting hatred against the LGBT community through a radio program in 2008. László Toroczkai was interrogated in the same case as Györy Budaházy – extremist leader of the Hunnia movement - last week.

Mid-January, 2012, the kuruc.info extremist group asked for participation in a protest against H.E. Iian Mor (Ambassador of Israel) in Pápa. The Ambassador is to hold a lecture titled „Israel yesterday and today”. The demonstration was initiated by the local group of a parliamentary party.

Mid-January, 2012, the kuruc.info extremist group is advertising the law firm of Mr. Tamás Nagy Gaudi, an MP of a parliamentary party as well as the 'weapons shop' of György Budaházy - leader of the Hunnia movement, accused of several terrorism-related charges.

The portal has been operational under its current name since 2006. Its predecessors were the www.kettosallampolgarsag.hu (translated as www.dualcitizenship.hu), and the consequent kuruc.hu website. The tone of the website has been determined from the beginning by racist extremism. Articles offending the dignity of the Hungarian Roma, Jewish and Homosexual communities are often published on the website, and in these readers are frequently prompted to exterminate the members of these communities.

Members of the hate group are openly denying the Holocaust, and the “relevant international literature” on the topic is organized into separate folders and published on the website. They are actively using the theory of race-based crime. On the website, folders such as “Gipsy crime” and “Jewish crime” can be found, where they are compiling crimes depicted as “racial characteristics”.

The portal played a part in coordinating the 2006 riots in Budapest, and published the names, addresses and phone numbers of the police officers and judges who were involved in the subsequent legal cases, calling upon the readers to harass them.

The people operating the website have been concealing their identities from the beginning and are using different pseudonyms. The “news portal” does not have a legal personality. Afraid of the legal consequences of their activities, they moved the servers to the United States in 2005. According to our sources the crew is composed of 3 editors and 10-15 “authors”.

In 2008 the Hungarian government contacted the authorities of the United States and – with reference to the Homeland Security Act – asked them to shut the website down. The request was rejected by the U.S. Government based on the 1st Amendment of the U.S. Constitution, addressing the freedom of speech. After this the Hungarian government informally exerted pressure on American companies which provided servers for kuruc.info. As a result the website was unavailable for a short time. It is available again since September 2008.

The kuruc.info published unverifiable data about the number of visits on the website. Since June 2010 however, Median Webaudit – Hungary's best known attendance monitoring service, widely accepted by the stakeholders of the on-line media market – is also monitoring the number of visitors. According to the data of the Webaudit, the portal is visited by 50 thousand readers every day.

In 2011, the kuruc.info hate group – according to its statement – is operating for five years. By this occasion, the extremist group announced that „by making private phone numbers of policy-makers publicly available, it has introduced a new political culture – the political culture of fear.” In this spirit, the group released on its website the private telephone number of yet another public figure – this time a deputy director of the major commercial TV channel (RTL). The group also declares that „with its »Gipsy Crime« folder, launched in 2007, it made this sensitive issue a subject of the public discourse.” The next analytical piece to be published by the Athena Institute will describe the manipulations and selective sourcing techniques used by the group to promote its agenda of racist extremism. The hate group finally states, that it „played and now plays a crucial role in unfolding the biggest fraud of world history, the lie of the Holocaust.”

The kuruc.info extremist group called for the re-establishment of a unified Hungarian Guard. The original Guard, that was once the biggest paramilitary hate group in Hungary, split to three splinter groups - the National Guard, the New Guard and the Hereditary Guard - after it was banned by the Court. Last year, the National Guard launched an effort to unify the fragmented organizations by establishing the Guard Alliance - that time, the neo-Nazi Hereditary Guard joined to the initiative. By issuing the call, the kuruc.info group supposedly committed a crime as it called for the re-establishment of an organization that was dissolved by Court order that in itself is a criminal act punishable under Hungarian law.

In December, 2010 the Athena Institute in its investigative report - 'Revolutionary' Money Factory - revealed the financial mechanism operated by the kuruc.info group. The information published raised several criminal charges, thus the Athena Institute filed charges against the group. Criminal investigations are underway.

Members of the Outlaws’ Army use the incident that took place in Gyöngyöspata – a serious clash between members of the local Roma community and the hate group during the night of April 26, 2011 - to organize a racist extremist campaign. The kurucinfo hate group is supporting their pursuit by publishing an interview with the Outlaws' leader who presented the incident as an assassination attempt against members of the hate group.

On May 20, 2011 after numerous useres reported abusive content, Facebook blocked the kurucinfo hate group’s page on the community site. For two days no content was allowed to be shared via the Facebook system that referred to the name of the extremist group.

The right-wing extremist kuruc.info, in its newly launched campaign, is presenting the extremist site operated by the group as a “professional, honest and interesting” online daily paper aiming to get new advertisers and generate revenue. As the Athena Institute reported, two weeks ago the extremist group 'promoted' a product of the Hungarian Suzuki carmaker - in a fake advertisement. The Athena Institute mapped the financial operation of the kuruc.info hate group in its previous investigate report.

After the recent incident in Gyöngyöspata, the kuruc.info group is campaigning for the attacked nominee who is running as a candidate of one of the parliamentary parties.

As part of its new extremist propaganda campaign, the group is calling for counter-protests against the Budapest Gay Pride to be held on June 18 while it is also promoting violence against law-enforcement personnel.

The extremist group is intensifying its propaganda campaign against the Budapest Pride that will take place on Saturday. The hate group – by publishing a statement of Laszlo Toroczkai, a leader of the Outlaw's Army – labels the Budapest Pride as the „enemy rally” and urges „the real patriots” to actively confront it.

The Pest Central District Court of Justice set a one million forint penalty to György Budaházy due to a damaging of a monument under Hungarian and international law protection during the riots of 2006. The controversial case fits well to ambitions of connected hate groups: the kuruc.info group in cooperation with a number of other far-right websites began an intensive fundraising campaign to get the amount of the fine by the assistence of their symphatizers.

In July, 2011 the extremist group referring to a traditional commemoration of the Jewish Community of Szekszárd claimed: “there cannot be a better program on a hot summer afternoon than commemorate the Holocaust Never Happened.”

In July, 2011 PayPal Inc had blocked the account of the kuruc.info extremist group because of its hateful, racist and anti-Semitic propaganda. The move blocked another way to channel funds for the operations of the group.

The terrorist attacks happened on July 22, 2011 in Norway are exploited by the kuruc.info extremist group to further its anti-Semitic propaganda. By manipulating facts the extremist “news portal” is trying to falsely deny the perpatrator’s far-right ideology.

Kuruc.info hate group has re-started its fundraising campaign, asking supporters to donate for “the annual fee of its server”.

On the Day of the Roma Holocaust, the extremist group published another Holocaust denying article – stating that the „Roma are welcome back to labor camp!” under a picture of the Auschwitz Death Camp. The group also denies the Roma Holocaust.

In a recent propaganda article - titled „They are even worse than Gypsies” - the kuruc.info group claims that immigrants of Islamic faith made Norway and other Scandinavian countries „a hell” and „the situation there is the same as in Hungary with the Gypsies”. In another series of propaganda materials the extremist group states that the London riots were carried out by „niggers” whom were „defended by »niggerracedeffender« press”.

According to its own statement, the kuruc.info extremist group, after it settled with a “legitimate, long-operational public relations company registered in Hungary’, is now able to provide its “advertising partners” with invoices. “Everything is 100% legal.” (Details of the financial operation set up by the extremist group were revealed by a previous Athena Institute investigation.)

In the heated domestic political debates surrounding former PM Gyurcsany’s prosecution, the kurucinfo group also took a stand mid-September. Under the title ‘Another Transport of Jews’ the extremist group listed public figures who signed a petition. After marking prominent intellectuals - among them Zoltán Fleck, Ágnes Heller, Zoltán Sz. Bíró, István Vágó, Lajos Parti Nagy - ‘Jews’, the group added: ‘the list may be helpful in the future.’

The kurucinfo group is campaigning for one of the parliamentary parties. As part of this effort, the extremist group is assisting the party by promoting recordings of events organized by the party and speeches of its representatives in the Parliament.

The extremist group is promoting the 2006 Fall riots in Budapest by publishing interviews with participants and other propaganda material. The group portrays the riots as a ‘moral revolution’ while its propaganda campaign aims to present violent acts as “the first significant revolution in the XXI. century”.

After a member of the Outlaw’s Army attacked a member of a parliamentary party, the kuruc.info group launched a propaganda campaign aiming to discredit the Army. The kuruc.info that regularly supports one of the parties in the Parliament, now released articles claiming that the Outlaw’s Army ‘regularly attacks Hungarians’.

In a statement released early October, 2011, the Hereditary Hungarian Guard commenting on the Tyirityan-Novak incident - during which the leader of the Outlaw’s Army assaulted the member of the parliament - said that “the political capital of Novak is generated by the kuruc.info, where he often publishes under a female pseudonym. [...] As far as we know, there were cases when Novak pressured the party leadership by threatening them with the kuruc.info.” According to the Hereditary Guard, a possible abolishment of the Outlaw’s Army would be “a huge loss for the radical movement, for all those who see the Army as the self-defense force of the nation.”

The kuruc.info group, in an effort titled “Give your pre-election ballot to Gabor Vona!” is actively engaged in the campaign of one of the parliamentary parties aiding its candidate in the II. district of Budapest who is running for a parliamentary mandate.

The kuruc.info group launched another effort to broaden the reach of its propaganda: the website maintained by the extremist organization is available on cell phone platforms from October, 2011.

Late October, 2011, the kuruc.info extremist group renewed its “manhunt” against law-enforcement personnel. The group republished - and amended - personal information, including pictures, phone numbers, home address, date of birth, etc. as well as data on alleged spouses of 18 former or current police officers allegedly involved in illegal acts while on duty during the 2006 Budapest riots. The extremist group also offered a 100 000 forints (333 EUR) reward for those providing missing personal data. The hostile propaganda campaign aiming to demoralize law enforcement personnel is clearly against Hungarian law.

György Budaházy, a leading extremist figure accused by Hungarian authorities with several charges including terrorism, was released from prison in September, 2011. Late October, the kuruc.info group published a propaganda piece written by Budaházy that “argues” for the establishment of a “Gypsy country” and the forced expulsion of all Roma Hungarians there. It is noteworthy that the propaganda article is framed to make an impression that it is part of a legitimate/mainstream political discourse - while it simply revive the worst policies of the XX. century (forced expulsion, “population swaps”, etc).

In 2006, the extremist group published personal data (incl. home address, cell phone numbers) of judges and prosecutors involved in cases related to that year’s riots. After the hostile propaganda-campaign, the Prosecution Office raised charges against the supposed leader of kuruc.info. In November, 2011, the Court dismissed all charges against Balázs M. As the Athena Institute reported, the extremist group repeated the propaganda operation late October, 2011; this time, they published profile photos, phone numbers, home addresses, etc of 18 police officers. After this incident, the National Bureau of Investigations was ordered to launch a new investigation.

Mid-November, 2011, after an interim election held in Budapest’s 2nd district, the kuruc.info group - that continues to support a parliamentary party by promoting its activities - under the title “Jobbik busted” concludes that “in last year’s national elections Jobbik finished second and only the capital pushed back our forces” while now “the main reason of defeat is that Jobbik positions just cannot be sold in Judapest.”

Reacting to news concerning Germany’s far-right extremist serial killings, the kuruc.info group denounces Germany’s Federal Interior Minister - and his country - in a statement titled “Even now they don’t fight immigrant-criminals.” The Hungarian extremist group regards the serial killer cell as ‘national radicals’ - legitimizing their acts. (Previously, the Athena Institute published a piece analyzing the German developments in broader European context.)

Mid-November, 2011, the kuruc.info group republished an article of the national daily Népszabadság - covering increased immigration of Hungarian Roma to Canada - under the title “Thousands of Roma are departing for Canada - we will be glad to carry their bags!” The article is part of a broader hostile propaganda campaign against the Hungarian Roma community.

Confronted with developments that are in conflict with their actual narratives, extremist groups tend to develop conspiracy theories. Mid-November, 2011, the kuruc.info group suggests that the serial killings that shook Germany in recent weeks cannot happen without active intelligence involvement. The extremist group goes further by drawing a parallel with the Roma serial killing case of 2008-2009 stating that Hungarian authorities may have been involved directly as their goal was to legitimize the subsequent ban on the Hungarian Guard. They argue that the same might happen in Germany: that authorities were involved in the killing spree to prepare a ban on NPD.

Furthering its anti-gay extremist propaganda, the kuruc.info group released a piece early December, 2011, introducing the new Belgian government: "Belgium has a new government - but the PM is a faggot".

Reader: “What is the point of the Hungarian political elite? Trigger a civil war? How long does it take to change the government? Three years more? As a soldier who took an oath I must make a vow: next time, witnessing racist attack committed by Roma, I will intervene. I swear on my honor, on the land and on the Hungarians, I will commit things that I haven’t done before! I don’t even care about the consequences!” Kuruc.info: “You should take the relevant advice of the National Police: »no dead body, no murder«”.

(Kuruc.info hate group comments on a reader’s letter, March 2011.)

„They deserve bullets, not rights."

(Caption of a photo of members of the Hungarian Roma community, December 2006.)

„A green card for every 10 dead gypsies.”

(Slogan on the website)

„Holo-Lie Files”

(A folder on the website containing materials on Holocaust denial)