In my heart there is a special place for Hungary. I learned to love that brave and freedom loving nation in 1956 when it mortally wounded the brutal Soviet empire. Ever since I have been trying to bring international attention to the tragedy of dismemberment of the Hungarian Kingdom and worked for the formation of a Danubean Confederation, which would not only eliminate the borders that today separate Hungarians, but would also form a major power that would rebalance Europe, which today is dominated by the nations in its western half. I feel about Hungarians as a grandfather feels about his grandchildren, I am doing all I can to stop their infighting (conservatives and liberals, Jewish and non-Jewish, Hungarians around the world and in Hungary, etc.) and make them understand that they have to invest all their energies to reach the common goal of a better future of their children.

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