1 Julie Bindel thinks it’s Norway. Read her Standpoint essay here.
2 But Hungary’s so damned hard to beat. We received this report:
“This week, a Hungarian MP, Marton Gyongyosi called for the government to count the Jews and to make a list of them sitting in Parliament and in government. He also stated that they cause national security risk and threats. After his remarks, none of the Hungarian MPs got shocked and upset. The Speaker of the House did not mute his microphone and did not discipline him either.
Zsolt Nemeth, Deputy State Secretary: Well, Mr. Gyongyosi, I cannot support such a survey. I think the number of Jews in the Hungarian government doesn’t correlate to the conflict in the Gaza strip.”Remember, Hungary was the first country that introduced the Numerus Clausus in 1920. The policy is seen as the first Anti-Jewish Act of twentieth century Europe. Many Hungarian scientists and public figures emigrated because of the Numerus Clausus.
4 Was Kafka any good in love? Ask the guys at Open Letters Monthly.
5 One in the eye for the Hungarians – Gypsy Rose Lee read it here.
6 They’re still at it
7 This composer could soon go to prison. Check him out at Sinfini.
8 If you missed this extraordinary video, don’t. If you watch it, please donate. Watch here on Slipped Disc.